Malone participated in 11 games this season logging an average of 25-minutes per outing.
He was also the second leading scorer with 11.7 points a game, while adding 3.4 rebounds, and nailing 44 percent of his three point attempts.
His career high came during the second game of the season where he poured in 28-points, and four rebounds in a 79-68 loss to Samford.
Head coach Tony Barbee commented on the sophomore leaving the program by saying "He just felt it wasn't the right fit, and I agree."
Malone had offers from programs like Cincinatti, LSU, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Xavier. All those programs are familiar with Malone as a player, and could have a possibility of landing the 6-foot-5 guard.
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