Arizona State’s season came to an end last weekend in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Offseason arrivals from players like Warren Washington and Devan Cambridge helped coach Bobby Hurley turn in a 23-win season.

Washington and Cambridge were major factors in the frontcourt for ASU. Washington was part of seven of Hurley’s 10 most-used lineups. Cambridge was part of four of those 10, with Alonzo Gaffney the primary replacement at the 4 spot in the lineup.

That left little room for sophomore big man Enoch Boakye. And on Tuesday, it was reported that Boakye plans to enter the transfer portal.

The 6-foot-10, 240-pound sophomore from Canada saw limited playing time during his two years with the Sun Devils. He made appearances in 19 games this season, averaging just 3.2 minutes a game.

Last year, Boakye started three times and played an average of 12 minutes a night while appearing in 31 games overall. In his three starts, he averaged 15 minutes but took just six total shots and scored only two points.

In the industry-generated 247 Composite, Boakye was a 4-star recruit out of high school and the 31st overall prospect in the class. He chose ASU over Michigan State — where he was once committed — UCLA, Gonzaga, Texas Tech, and Arizona, among others.