According into InsideUSC, former USC guard/forward Katin Reinhardt is considering UTEP along with UConn and Xavier.
Reinhardt, 6'6, 220 pounds, announced his transfer from USC earlier in the week, and is immediately eligible for the 2016-17 season.
Originally signing with UNLV out of high school, Reinhardt transferred to USC for the 2013-14 season after averaging 10.1 points, and handing out 86 assists as a freshman at UNLV.
He averaged 12.5 points per game his sophomore year, and first year at Southern Cal, and averaged 11.4 points per game this past season helping the Trojans to an NCAA Tournament appearance.
A former 4-star recruit from Santa Ana, California, he's known for this 3-point shooting abilities, he can also provide another perimeter play maker for next season, and reportedly has a long standing relationship with Tim Floyd and Bob Cantu.
In addition to the Reinhardt news, UTEP also offered JUCO guard Kris Clyburn who played for Billy Gillispie at Ranger College. Clyburn was the North Texas Junior College Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year, and a second team all-conference selection this past season.
The 6'6 Michigan native will have 3-years of eligibility and has also picked up offers from SMU, Houston, and Boise State.