Breaking: Another Top Experienced Georgia Bulldogs Star Fans Favorite Star Confirm He Wants To Leave

Frank Anselem-Ibe, a transfer center from Georgia, joins Louisville
Georgia transfer Frank Anselem-Ibe has committed to the Louisville Cardinals.

Basketball coach Pat Kelsey of the University of Louisville has expanded his team’s post player lineup.

Transfer to Georgia After spending two seasons at Georgia, Frank Anselem-Ibe—who began his career at Syracuse—went through the transfer portal. With his commitment to Louisville, he joins the Cardinals as their thirteenth player.

Anselem-Ibe was once more a reserve in 2023–24, but he nevertheless gave the Bulldogs some crucial minutes. He played in 29 games, making three starts, and finished the campaign with an average of 9.1 minutes per game, 2.6 points, and 2.1 rebounds. He had a 62.8 percent field goal percentage.

Due to injury, Anselem-Ibe started the final three games of the season and averaged seven rebounds and six points.

In 2022–23, Anselem-Ibe made six starts and participated in thirty games in his debut season with the Bulldogs. With 14.6 minutes per game, he averaged 2.9 points, 3.3 rebounds, and a team-high 0.9 blocks. During the 2021–22 season, Anselem made 32 appearances for Syracuse, including six starts. In 14.2 minutes a game, he averaged 2.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 62.5 percent from the field. Moreover, Anselem grabbed 123 rebounds last season, which was fourth-most on the club, and recorded double-digit rebounds in three different games.

In2020–21, Anselem had a small role in Syracuse’s freshman class. He played 26 minutes overall in four games.

Anselem, a native of Lagos, Nigeria, attended Westlake High School in Atlanta to begin his prep school education before moving to Lincoln Academy.

Anselem completed his final year of high school at Napa, California’s Prolific Prep. Anselem scored 14 points and pulled down seven rebounds in a game against Our Savior Lutheran to help Prolific Prep advance to the 2020 Grind Session World Championship.

Prior to reclassifying to the class of 2020, Anselem was considered one of the top 100 prospects in the class of 2021.

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