Coming off the news earlier in the week that Markus Howard would be joining Marquette basketball next season, the Golden Eagles continued to build their 2016 roster, as Matt Velazquez reported that USC transfer Katin Reinhardt would be headed to Milwaukee.
Source tells the @journalsentinel that Marquette has secured a commitment from grad transfer Katin Reinhardt, a 6-foot-6 G/F from USC.— Matt Velazquez (@Matt_Velazquez) April 10, 2016
This is the second time Reinhardt transferred in his college career. Originally a UNLV commit, Reinhardt left the Runnin' Rebels after his freshman season.
Reinhardt has averaged 11.4 PPG in his three seasons of college basketball. At six-foot-six, he immediately becomes one of Marquette's tallest players. Although he's technically a guard, he may see time at either forward position. He played small forward and power forward for USC last season.
Reinhardt was one of the best players in the country at not fouling this season. His 1.5 fouls committed over 40 minutes was 25th best in the nation.