For the second week in a row, DePaul picked up a transfer Monday afternoon when North Carolina AT&T graduate transfer Femi Olujobi announced he would become a Blue Demon. In a tweet posted on his account, Olujobi said he was ready to take on the Big East.
“Let’s terrorize the Big East,” Olujobi said. “Proud to announce I will be finishing my collegiate career at DePaul University! Honored to be a Blue Demon! LET’S EAT!”
Let’s Terrorize the Big East! Proud to announce I will be finishing my collegiate career at DePaul University! Honored to be a Blue Demon! LET’S EAT! #PURGESZN ?? pic.twitter.com/7RwBFtvEvT
— Fem Boogie™️ (@Floading_) April 30, 2018
Olujobi chose DePaul over Georgetown, Butler and Hofstra, the other schools included in his top four. He will be immediately eligible and will help fill the void left by Marin Maric and Tre’Darius McCallum who both graduated.
The Blue Demons will be the third school for Olujobi who began his career at Oakland before transferring to NCAT where he enjoying a breakout season where he averaged 16.3 points, 7.7 rebounds per game, while starting 28 games.
With the addition of Olujobi, the Blue Demons roster is now full for this upcoming season.