Walker Kessler is on the move again.

The former Auburn star, who was drafted by the Memphis Grizzlies, was traded from Memphis to Minnesota in exchange for the 19th pick plus a future second-rounder to the Grizzlies for the 22nd and 29th selections. Now, according to a report from ESPN NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, Kessler is on the move to the Utah Jazz, along with 4 first-round draft picks, in exchange for Rudy Gobert.

The move could change Kessler’s plans to honor a family member who had local ties.

Kessler was expected to wear No. 31 with the Timberwolves, which was the same jersey number his grandfather, Jay Kessler, wore while playing for the University of Minnesota in the early 1960s.

Kessler is a 7-footer originally from Newnan, Georgia who started his college career at North Carolina. He then transferred to Auburn and developed into the best shot-blocker in college basketball and dynamic frontcourt combination with Jabari Smith.

Kessler received the Naismith and NABC National Defensive Player of the Year honors and named a third-team All-American after he averaged 11.4 points, 8.1 rebounds and 4.5 blocks in 26 minutes per game. He led Auburn to an SEC regular-season championship, and won first-team all-conference and defensive player of the year recognition along the way.