Wichita State lost two more role players to transfer on Tuesday as Paul Sullentrop of the Wichita Eagle reported that junior forward Tevin Glass and redshirt freshman guard Ria’n Holland are leaving the program.
Neither Glass nor Holland were major contributors for the Shockers this past season, but they join freshman guard Corey Henderson Jr. in leaving the program to transfer this offseason.
The 6-foot-8 Glass transferred from Northwest Florida State Junior College and averaged 2.1 points and 1.1 rebounds per game in his only season with the Shockers. A 6-foot-0 guard, Holland averaged 1.9 points per game during 27 appearances on the season.
The loss of the three transfers for Wichita State means that they have one more scholarship to give before the 2014-15 season. The Shockers have Kansas transfer Conner Frankamp joining the active roster next season while they bring in a four-man recruiting class of point guard Tyrone Taylor, shooting guard Landry Shamet, small forward Markis McDuffie and power forward Eric Hamilton.