On Friday, Pitt big Max Amadasun entered the transfer portal after playing a limited role in a two-year stint with the Panthers.
Amadasun, a Dublin, Ireland native, played in just 11 games in his Pitt career, seeing his minutes decrease from three per game as a freshman to 1.3 per game this season. He scored a total of four points in his career with the Panthers.
According to 247 Sports, Amadasun entered Pitt as the No. 252 prospect in the nation, and a top-50 center in the class of 2020. This season, he scored two points in Pitt’s loss to Vanderbilt. While Amadasun did not quite show the talent that was needed as an ACC five, he was known as one of the hardest-working players on the team.
With Amadasun, Noah Collier, Dan Oladapo, Ithiel Horton, Onye Ezeakudo entering the portal and Mo Gueye running out of eligibility, Pitt now has seven open scholarships available for next season and six scholarship players currently rostered. The front court is down to essentially just John Hugley, who announced he will be returning to Pitt weeks ago.
Amadasun’s entry to the portal was first reported by Jamie Shaw of On3.