Senior Pitt forward Terrell Brown has entered the transfer portal, according to multiple media reports. Brown was the lone four-year senior on Pitt’s roster in 2020-21, having come to the program in 2018 under Kevin Stallings.
A 6-foot-10 forward, Brown is a proficient shot-blocker and averaged 1.5 blocks per game over his four-year career at Pitt. He also averaged 3.6 rebounds and 4.6 points per game while spending all three seasons as a key part of Pitt’s interior rotation. Brown played 118 games and made 46 starts with the Panthers.
Brown had seen a reduction of playing time in 2020-21 after the emergence of Abdoul Karim Coulibaly as another quality post option. Because of the blanket NCAA eligibility waiver for the 2020-21 season, Brown has one season of eligibility remaining.
If he uses that season of eligibility at an institution other than Pitt, he will count against that team’s 13-man scholarship limit. He would not have counted against Pitt’s limit, had he stayed with the Panthers.
Brown’s departure was not unexpected, as he was the lone player to participate in Pitt’s senior day ceremony before the team’s final regular-season home game. Brown is the fourth player to leave Pitt since the start of the 2020-21 season, joining point guard Xavier Johnson, shooting guard Gerald Drumgoole and wing Au’Diese Toney.