Cam’Ron Fletcher has made his transfer decision.

After just one season with Kentucky, Fletcher announced he will continue his playing career at Florida State. Back in early March, Fletcher announced his decision to enter the NCAA transfer portal after his freshman season with the Wildcats.

During his lone season in Lexington, Fletcher averaged 1.7 points and 1.7 rebounds per game after appearing in nine games.

Here is Fletcher’s bio listed on the Kentucky school website:


Freshman: Entered the transfer portal after the season … Appeared in nine games and made one start … Scored 15 points, logged 15 boards, had five steals and three assists … Led the team in steals in two games … Saw a minute of action in the Southeastern Conference Tournament game against Mississippi State … Scored on a dunk and added a pair of rebounds in the regular-season finale against South Carolina … Recorded a career-high two steals and two rebounds vs. No. 22/21 North Carolina … Tallied four points and hauled in a career-high six rebounds against Richmond in his lone start … Scored a career-best nine points and added three assists and a steal in 17 minutes in a do-everything performance against Morehead State.