Last week former Camden star Aaron Bradshaw announced he was entering the transfer portal following John Calipari's decision to leave Kentucky for Arkansas.

Bradshaw announced on Monday that he was heading to Ohio State, now Bradshaw's teammate at both Kentucky and Camden, D.J Wagner is entering the portal.

Bradshaw averaged 4.9 points and 3.3 rebounds, while shooting 57.6% from the field.

Wagner averaged 9.9 points, 1.9 rebounds, and 3.3 assists during his only season at Kentucky, being named to the All-Southeastern Conference Freshman Team.

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The son of former No. 6 overall NBA Draft pick, Dajuan Wagner and grandson of Milt Wagner, was a standout at Camden High where he was named the Gatorade New Jersey Player of the Year for three straight seasons.

Wagner's father also played for Calipari at the University of Memphis, so joining him at Arkansas could be a possibility.  According to reports, he could also enter the NBA Draft or return to Kentucky to play for new head coach Mark Pope, who he plans to meet with.

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