On Tuesday, Pitt forward Dan Oladapo entered the transfer portal after playing just one season for Pitt.
Oladapo played 15 games for Pitt this season, and started four. The former Oakland standout transferred in last summer, but could not quite carve out a big role for Pitt, especially towards the end of the season. On the year, he hit 20 of his 25 field goal attempts, an impressive 80% mark.
The senior also grabbed 29 rebounds this season in his lone year with the Panthers. After playing two years for Oakland and one year for Pitt, Oladapo will only have one year of eligibility remaining.
Pitt now has five open scholarships for next season, as forward Mo Gueye does not have any eligibility left, and Chris Payton, Noah Collier, and Onyebuchi Ezeakudo have all entered the transfer portal. With the departures of Gueye, Payton, Collier, and Oladapo, Pitt is severely thin in its front court, with John Hugley and Max Amadasun being the only bigs left on the roster.