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Former USC Trojans guard Katin Reinhardt will join Marquette as a graduate transfer.

By SI Wire
April 10, 2016

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Former USC Trojans guard Katin Reinhardt will join Marquette as a graduate transfer, he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

“I really believe in what coach (Steve Wojciechowski) has at that program right now and the tradition there and the basketball culture and just everything about it is just fantastic,” Reinhardt said.

"Coach Stan Johnson, the assistant coach, has been recruiting me since I think my freshman year of high school. My freshman year of high school he offered me my first scholarship, so I've known him for a while. ... I'm really excited about the fans out there, too. I know basketball culture is huge and the fan base for Marquette is amazing, the student section. I'm just excited to see that whole process and have those people behind us this year."

Reinhardt will be able to play for Marquette immediately after graduating from USC in May.

He originally committed to UNLV out of high school, but transferred to the Trojans after his freshman season. He averaged 11.9 points per game in two seasons with USC. 

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