"Anrio and I met about his future, both academically and athletically, and we believe it is in his best interest to look into potential opportunities that may exist closer to home," Self said of the Seattle native. "Anrio is a very talented kid. We've enjoyed him being here. He was a good teammate and I know frustration can set in when you don't play a lot, but he kept a good attitude and we should all support him in whatever decision he makes. I know our staff is 100 percent in support of him doing what's best for his life."