Another Stony Brook University graduate has gone pro.

Earlier this week, the Sacramento Kings’ G League affiliate, the Stockton Kings, added former SBU guard Uchenna Iroegbu to its 16-man training camp roster.

Iroegbu joins forward Jameel Warney as two Stony Brook alums playing in the G League this season.

The 22-year-old Iroegbu, who is from Sacramento, made the team following a local tryout, according to a press release.

The 6-foot-1 baller played two seasons with the College of Southern Idaho — a community college — before transferring and spending his final two seasons with the Seawolves.

During his time with Stony Brook, Iroegbu played in all 64 games, averaging 6.6 points and 2.2 rebounds.

After completing his degree in May, Iroegbu joined his two brothers, Chuks and Ikenna, as Division I college-basketball graduates.

“Three D1 athletes and three college grads, I guess my parents must be doing something right,” Iroegbu wrote on Instagram in May. “Stony Brook you’re forever in my heart.”

The Stockton Kings season opener is home Friday, Nov. 2, against the Oklahoma City Blue at 7 p.m.

Top: Uchenna Iroegbu shooting a layup for Stony Brook in a game against rival Albany. (Credit: Stony Brook Athletics)