So it turns out that Shaqquan Aaron is transferring out of Louisville after all, sources confirmed to NBCSports.com.
A week after Aaron, who had been rumored to be on the move, and the school announced that he would be returning, Aaron has decided that he wants to transfer elsewhere.
Scout.com was the first to report the news.
Aaron played in 22 games after sitting out the first nine dude to an issue with his NCAA ineligibility, but he averaged less than eight minutes per game. He scored 11 points in a win over Wake Forest, but managed just 18 points the rest of the season.
“He came in late, he’s got a bad body, he’s not thrilled with the weight room,” Pitino said in a press conference last month after Louisville’s season ended. “He needs a makeover.”
Aaron was a top 30 recruit from Seattle’s famed Rainier Beach program.