Kentucky's Brad Calipari, son of coach John Calipari, entered the transfer portal on Thursday morning, sources told ESPN.
The school has not released a statement regarding Calipari's decision.
Calipari made 15 appearances as a freshman and 12 appearances as a sophomore before redshirting last season. As a high school player, Calipari was a starting guard at the MacDuffie School (Massachusetts), averaging 15.3 points and shooting 47 percent from 3-point range as a senior.
According to his Kentucky bio, Calipari was on track to graduate in three years and would therefore be eligible to play immediately as a graduate transfer -- likely with two years of eligibility remaining.
In March, John Calipari hinted at a potential transfer for his son.
"He redshirted because he's going to have two years to play if he chooses to," Calipari told Jim Rome. "He can go to another school, a smaller school where he'll play more."
But Calipari also added, "I think he'll stay here."