More Nebraska basketball turnover occurred on Tuesday. Center Eduardo Andre entered the transfer portal per multiple media reports.
Andre averaged 3.1 points and 3.2 rebounds per game, averaging 11.5 minutes per contest. Several of his numbers went up in the 2021-22 season. Free throw percentage, rebounds, and blocks were all categories where he saw increases.
His best game this past season came against Iowa on February 13. In 12 minutes of play, he went four-of-five from the field and made both of his free throws. He also tallied two rebounds and two assists.
Nebraska basketball has a center on the way in Blaise Keita. It is possible that Andre saw reduced playing time in his future. With all of the moves that have occurred within the Nebraska basketball program over the past couple of days, more roster changes look to be on the way. Nebraska basketball fans have already seen several of the past couple of days.
Andre improved his game over the past two seasons with Nebraska basketball. Particularly when it came to inside scoring, that is something he worked on. He allowed the Huskers to have a presence in the paint, and showed flashes of his athleticism. If he can continue to work on his inside game, he could be a formidable presence for the rest of his collegiate career.
As the roster-shuffling for Nebraska basketball continues, Andre will have to find a new home. With three seasons of eligibility remaining, he has a chance to continue his growth. He established a solid baseline at Nebraska. For him, is going to be about continuing that growth and making the most of his opportunities.