Michigan confirmed the news later this afternoon.
“Kam is a wonderful young man with the potential to mature into a fine college player,” John Beilein said in a statement. “We have enjoyed coaching him over the past two years and wish him nothing but the best.”
“I honestly don’t think I could have had a more quality life experience than I did in Ann Arbor,” said Chatman. “I am incredibly grateful for my two years at Michigan. I would like to thank Coach Beilein and his entire staff for taking a chance on a small town kid out of Portland. I know my experience has inspired others as I will take all of my lessons learned to continue my pursuit of becoming the best man and player I can. Go Blue!”
Chatman averaged 2.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game for his career and hit a buzzer-beating three-pointer that helped push Michigan into the NCAA Tournament.
Michigan now has two open scholarships on next year’s roster, see our full scholarship breakdown here.