On Friday, former Pitt wing Ithiel Horton announced that he had committed to University of Central Florida after spending weeks in the transfer portal.
Horton played two seasons for Pitt after playing one at Delaware and sitting out his first season with the Panthers due to transfer rules. He played limited minutes this season after being suspended due to off-the-court legal troubles stemming from an incident on the South Side of Pittsburgh.
After he was reinstated, he played in 13 games and scored ten or more points in six of them. His best performance of the season came against Florida State, as he hit eight of his 16 shots, including seven three-point attempts, to lead Pitt with 25 points. Horton is a career 39% three-point shooter.
Horton now joins the Knights for his last season of college eligibility.