Former Tennessee standout Admiral Schofield has recently signed on to continue his basketball career with the Orlando Magic.

The Magic signed Schofield to a 10-day contract using an injury hardship exception from the NBA, league sources confirmed to the Orlando Sentinel, meaning he can play out the rest of the regular season.

The 6-foot-5, 241-pound Schofield averaged 10.1 points and 5.7 rebounds in 14 games for the Greensboro Swarm — Charlotte’s affiliate — during the NBA G League season in the Disney bubble. He shot 38.2 percent overall and 22.7 percent from the 3-point line.

Schofield, 24, played four years at Tennessee before the 76ers drafted him in the second round in 2019. He was then traded to the Wizards in a package that also included Jonathon Simmons. Schofield appeared in 33 games — with two starts — during his rookie season in 20190-20, when he averaged 3.0 points and 1.4 rebounds in 11.8 minutes.

At Tennessee, Schofield finished his career ranked seventh in program history in 3-pointers made (184) and career 3-point field-goal percentage (.387); he also ranked 14th in rebounds (704) and 16th in scoring (1,570). As a senior, he ranked fifth in the SEC in scoring (16.5 ppg) and field-goal percentage (.474).

He was traded to the Thunder in November 2020 and wound up being waived before the season started.