As the off-season hits upon the Indiana University basketball program, sophomore Clifton Moore has announced his intention to depart the program to seek out additional opportunities at a different university.
The 6’10” front court player from Ambler, Pennsylvania has had a career total of just 105 minutes and 25 points. He has played in 24 games as a Hoosier.
Clifton is the first transfer for Indiana since guard Curtis Jones left the program midway through last season. He has landed at Oklahoma State. Archie Miller and the Indiana program did not provide any transfer restrictions for Jones at the time. It is not uncommon for Power 5 schools to put at least a restriction that the player cannot transfer to another school within their conference.
Here is the updated scholarship chart. Indiana has an additional scholarship for 2019 opened up as a result.