The Ohio State University announced yesterday that sophomore guard Jordan Sibert and sophomore forward J.D. Weatherspoon have elected to transfer. Sibert started the 2011-12 season as Ohio State’s sixth man -- coming off the bench in place of Lenzelle Smith, Jr. to provide a spark offensively. Unfortunately Sibert struggled with his shot, shooting just 30% from the field while averaging just three points a game. After seeing significant minutes through Ohio State’s first 17 games, Sibert was relegated to mop-up duty in favor of Sam Thompson shortly after conference play began."I've decided to transfer after discussing my future goals with family and my coaches," Sibert said. "I would like to find a school where I can make an impact on the court. I will miss my teammates, my coaches and the fans. I will always be a Buckeye."Weatherspoon saw very little playing time last season, only notching 10+ minutes in five of Ohio State’s most severe blowouts of the year. The high-flying forward averaged three points and and one rebound a game while shooting almost 60% during his tenure at Ohio State. "J.D. has done everything we've asked," Matta said. "I can relate to a young man's desire to play. I was in his shoes during my collegiate career. His teammates and our staff appreciate the hard work J.D. has put in to make our team better. We wish him nothing but the best."The transfers leave Ohio State with just nine scholarship players remaining on the team.
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