LSU reportedly loses key guard to NCAA transfer portal
LSU didn’t have the year it wanted in Matt McMahon’s first season at the helm of the program.
The Tigers finished last in the SEC men’s basketball standings, going 2-16 in SEC play and 14-19 overall.
Now as the Tigers enter the offseason, players will have some big decisions to make. Some will enter the transfer portal and others will return to Baton Rouge. According to a report this week, guard Justice Hill will opt to enter his name into the transfer portal ahead of the 2023-24 season:
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LSU guard Justice Hill plans to enter the transfer portal per source
He averaged 5.6 points, 1.6 rebounds, & 2.7 assists per game
Before LSU he made the First Team All-OVC at Murray State in 2022 with 13 points & 5 assists per game @TheAthletic pic.twitter.com/BoWUTE2YMq
— Tobias Bass (@tobias_bass) March 22, 2023
Hill played in 30 games for LSU in 2022-23, starting 17 of them. He averaged 5.6 points, 2.7 assists and 1.6 rebounds per contest.
Hill played for 2 seasons under McMahon at Murray State before heading to LSU this past year. He was a first-team all-OVC player at Murray State in 2021-22.