Forward Tevin Glass, who played one season at Wichita State, will transfer to East Tennessee State and play for former Shockers assistant Steve Forbes.
Glass, in a text message, said that he plans to sign with East Tennessee State. He will sit out the 2015-16 season and play his final season of eligibility in 2016-17.
Glass (6-foot-7) averaged 2.1 points and 1.1 rebounds in 19 games for the Shockers. He had his best stretch in late January and early February, when he averaged 4.6 points over a five-game span. By March, however, his playing time diminished and he did not appear in the NCAA Tournament.
Glass, from Milton (Ga.) High, played for Forbes as a freshman at Northwest Florida State College and averaged 6.4 points and 4.9 rebounds. As a sophomore, he averaged 12.0 points and 5.8 rebounds and earned All-Panhandle Conference honors. Forbes spent two seasons as an assistant at WSU before taking the job at East Tennessee State in March.
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Glass is the final departure from last season’s team to find a new school. Guard Ria’n Holland will be a sophomore at Indian Hills (Iowa) Community College and guard Corey Henderson Jr., also a sophomore, is transferring to Blinn (Texas) College. Guard Jared Walker, a walk-on, will remain at WSU and focus on school.