BETHANY, Okla. —Former Kansas and Memphis guard C.J. Henry has transferred to Southern Nazarene University of the NAIA.
The suburban Oklahoma City school announced today that Henry was one of three players transferring to SNU from Division I schools.
Henry was the New York Yankees' first-round pick in the 2005 draft but returned to playing basketball after three years and signed with Memphis. He redshirted one season there before transferring to Kansas, where he averaged 3.1 points in limited playing time alongside brother Xavier (ZA'-vee-ay) Henry.
Xavier Henry was the Memphis Grizzlies' first-round NBA draft pick this year but has yet to sign.
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Southern Nazarene says C.J. Henry will have three years of eligibility remaining. The Crimson Storm also added transfers Horace McGloster from Houston and Milos Milosevic from Valparaiso.