USC’s Katin Reinhardt to seek graduate transfer
USC senior guard Katin Reinhardt will seek a graduate transfer to play for a different program, he announced Monday.
“I just want to thank the Trojan family for an amazing last few years!” he wrote on Twitter. “I will graduate and transfer to continue my graduate degree.”
Reinhardt started in over half of the Trojans games last season and averaged 11.4 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 26.9 minutes per game.
USC will add three guards next season, bringing in Shaqquan Aaron from Louisville to accompany recruits Jonah Matthews and De’Anthony Melton.
With his announcement, Reinhardt becomes the third USC player to transfer over the past week. Sophomore forward Malik Martin and junior forward Darion Clark also announced they are leaving the Trojans.