Sophomore guard Kedrick Flomo is considering transferring after conflicting medical reports from his doctors at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the Murray State medical team.
Flomo had emergency heart surgery in November after doctors found he had a failing heart valve. He said the doctors who preformed his surgery at Vanderbilt University Medical Center cleared him April 11.
“I’m just exploring other options right now,” Flomo told The News Tuesday night. “And whatever I feel like is best for me, then that’s what I am going to do, if it’s staying at school or playing basketball somewhere else.”
Flomo was granted his full release Tuesday and said he is 100 percent cleared to play basketball next season, just not for Murray State.
For more details, pick up The News on Thursday.