Former Clemson center Trey Jemison has found a new home...and it's closer to his home town.
Jemison will head to UAB. In 2019, he appeared in a career-high 30 games, averaging 8.4 minutes per contest.
Jemison averaged 1.7 points, two rebounds, and shot a career-best 47.9 percent from the floor last season. In two seasons at Clemson, he averaged 1.2 points and 1.5 rebounds per game.
He was a four-star recruit and the No. 1 player in the state of Alabama as a high school senior.
UAB basketball coach Andy Kennedy is excited about the addition of Jemison to his roster for the upcoming season.
"We are excited that Trey has chosen to return home and be a part of this program," said Kennedy in a press release. "He will immediately give us a huge presence in the paint with his abilities on both ends of the court. Trey had a tremendous high school career in this city and the two years he spent in the ACC has prepared him to make an immediate impact for Blazer basketball."