UConn big man will use his extra year of eligibility at another school

Josh Carlton, one of the final remaining holdovers from the Kevin Ollie era at UConn, has decided that he will use his fifth year of eligibility at another school. The news was first reported by the Hartford Courant. Carlton was greatly improved in his time under Dan Hurley, but saw his minutes drop this season, as the Huskies brought in more talent in recent recruiting classes. He averaged nine points per game as a sophomore in 2019 and 7.8 points and 6.1 rebounds as a junior last season. This year he was limited to just 3.5 points per game though. He will have one year of eligibility remaining.