Kendal Coleman, a veteran forward at LSU, has reportedly decided to enter the transfer portal after one season at LSU, according to On3 Sports.

Coleman transferred to LSU a year ago from Northwestern State where he averaged a double-double and earned first-team All-Southland Conference honors. He was also named to the All-Defensive team. With the Tigers, he appeared in 21 games, and averaged 8.1 minutes, 2.3 points and 2.1 rebounds. He shot 19-of-35 (54.3%) from the field.

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Coleman overall has played in 80 total games in his college career, with 30 starts.

LSU struggled this season and finished the year 14-19, including 1-1 in the SEC Tournament under first-year coach Matt McMahon. The Tigers were the No. 14 and final seed in the conference tournament.

They knocked off Georgia in the first round but fell to Vanderbilt in the second round.