Killeya-Jones played in 49 games at Kentucky in his freshman and sophomore seasons.
Killeya-Jones announced he would transfer to North Carolina State after leaving the University of Kentucky, where he spent a lot of time on the bench in two seasons.
Killeya-Jones chose NC State over fellow ACC schools North Carolina, Pittsburgh and Wake Forest, among others.
Jones, a former 5-star recruit from Chapel Hill, played two seasons at United Kingdom; he will redshirt next year, and have two years of eligibility remaining after the 2018-19 season.
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Killeya-Jones should have the inside track as the starting center for NC State ahead of the 2019-20 season.
"The past 2 years at Kentucky have been an wonderful journey and I want to thank all of my coaches, teammates, and fans who made it all possible", Killeya-Jones wrote on April 9. Last season, Killeya-Jones averaged 13.7 minutes per game, scoring 3.3 points per game and pulling down an average of 2.9 rebounds. Killeya-Jones was ranked among the top 25 players in the country by ESPN in his 2016 recruiting class, and should bring length and skill to a Wolfpack team that lost 7-foot center Omer Yurtseven this offseason.
It's a move that brings the Chapel Hill, N.C., native closer to home.