Vanderbilt appears to be losing a multi-year contributor to the NCAA transfer portal.

According to multiple reports, senior guard/forward Jordan Wright is looking at options to use his extra year of eligibility elsewhere.

The 6-6, 220-pound Wright played in 123 games for Vanderbilt over 4 seasons, making 73 starts. The NCAA’s COVID-19 waiver for 2020-21 allows him to play a 5th season of college basketball.

Wright’s most productive season as a Commodore came in 2020-21 when he made 36 appearances, all starts. In that season, his third on West End, he averaged 12.3 points and 6.4 rebounds over 30.5 minutes per game.

This past season, Wright played in 33 games, with 16 starts. Playing 24.4 minutes per game, Wright averaged 10.5 points on 40% field goal shooting with 5 rebounds per contest.

Over 4 years, Wright scored 1,167 points (9.5 per game) in 2,981 minutes. He logged 584 rebounds (4.7 per game), 137 steals and 34 blocks.

We’ll see what’s next for Wright. He could be a valuable pickup as a 5th-year player with starting experience in the SEC.