AUSTIN (KXAN) - Texas' leading scorer Sheldon McClellan has elected to transfer, the University of Texas officially announced on Thursday.
ESPN first reported late Wednesday that the sophomore guard was leaving. A Texas official confirmed the news later in the night.
McClellan averaged 13.5 ppg as a sophomore but was in and out of Rick Barnes' doghouse all season.
"I want to thank everyone who supported me while at The University of Texas," McClellan said in a statement. "I enjoyed my time at Texas. I just need a change of venue."
He was shuffled in out of the starting lineup for much of the season, and in games at TCU and Iowa State he played only one minute.
McClellan was rated as a 4-star recruit by Rivals.com coming out of Houston's Bellaire High School in 2011.
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