The line to leave the Longhorns basketball program has been so crowded this spring that it’s a wonder nobody got hurt trying to squeeze through the door.
Guard Julien Lewis is the latest to bolt. Lewis, a sophomore guard last season, will transfer to another school, a team spokesman said Tuesday. Lewis was granted a release in April, but he took some time to make a decision, the spokesman said.
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With Julien Lewis’ departure, only forward Jonathan Holmes remains from Longhorns coach Rick Barnes’ six-player recruiting class that began the 2011-2012 season as freshmen.
Jaylen Bond: transferring to be closer to his home in Philadelphia.
Sterling Gibbs: transferred to Seton Hall after his freshman season.
Jonathan Holmes: remains with the Longhorns.
Julien Lewis: will transfer.
Myck Kabongo: has entered NBA draft.
Sheldon McClellan: will transfer.