Jenkins granted release from SDSU

Trenton Abrego, Sports Reporter

Per his Twitter account, David Jenkins Jr. has been granted his release by South Dakota State.

In his tweet, Jenkins explained that despite getting his release granted – it’s not a guarantee that he will be leaving Brookings.

During his sophomore season, Jenkins started all 32 games he played in and averaged 19.7 points per game.

Jenkins isn’t the first South Dakota State basketball player to announce his plans to leave or re-open his recruitment.

Ryan Krueger, a guard from New London, Wisconsin, announced his plans to transfer last week. Caleb Grill, the highest recruit in men’s basketball history (3 stars) also announced his plans to re-open recruitment on Twitter.