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PITTSBURGH (KDKA)– According to reports, Pitt Men’s Basketball could land a major transfer this offseason.

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Adam Zagoria of the New York Times reports that Pitt has a close eye on Villanova freshman Jahvon Quinerly, who announced that he will transfer from the school.

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“Pittsburgh will be strongly in the mix for @NovaMBB transfer Jahvon Quinerly, per sources.”

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Quinerly was a 2018 McDonald’s All-American out of Hudson Catholic High School in New Jersey. He played in 25 games with Villanova last season while averaging roughly 9 minutes and 3.2 points per game. According to Zagoria, Quinerly had troubles adjusting to the Wildcat’s system.