Quentin Diboundje was a freshman on this year’s Tennessee men’s basketball team. He didn’t receive the hype that Kennedy Chandler, Zakai Zeigler or Brandon Huntley-Hatfield did, but he still saw some playing time throughout the year.

Still, recently, Diboundje decided to explore his transfer options, and it appears he has found a new home.

As you can see below, the 6-5 guard took to Twitter to announce that he was committing to East Carolina for the 2022-23 season:

https://twitter.com/qdiboundje/status/1512904969137053698

Diboundje appeared in 7 games for the Vols this past season, averaging 1.7 points and 1.1 rebounds per contest.

We’ll see how the former 3-star recruit fares at East Carolina this upcoming season.

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