Texas basketball transfer portal departures, where are they now?

What happened to the 16 Texas players that left the program via the transfer portal since 2021?
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The Longhorns signed former four-star guard recruit Rowan Brumbaugh from Northfield Mount Hermon High School on the east coast as part of a talented and deep 2022 guard class. Brumbaugh signed with a 2022 Texas class that ranked fourth nationally in the 247Sports Composite and featured two five-star recruits in forward Dillon Mitchell and guard Arterio Morris.

Beard and staff redshirted Brumbaugh to develop during his true freshman campaign in 2022-23.

After Beard was fired by Texas, Brumbaugh joined the Georgetown Hoyas via the transfer portal. Brumbaugh emerged as a legitimate two-way guard for Georgetown last season, averaging over eight points per game and three assists over 20 starts and 31 games.

Arterio Morris, G

Dallas native guard Arterio Morris was supposed to be a star for the Longhorns' backcourt. He was part of a star-studded 2022 recruiting class for the Longhorns that featured two five-star recruits, along with Mitchell.

Morris was one of the highest-rated recruits in Texas basketball history, ranking as the ninth best prospect in the 247Sports Composite all-time. He was a reserve guard in Texas's backcourt rotation during the 2022-23 season.

Despite getting in the rotation down the stretch for Terry and the Longhorns as a true freshman in 2022-23, Morris left for the Kansas Jayhawks via the portal last spring. Morris was supposed to be a big part of Kansas's backcourt rotation in 2023-24.

But Morris was dismissed from the Jayhawks team after a reported (per ESPN) rape charge and arrest in late September 2023.

Morris is looking for another shot to make a team as he entered the portal for the second time in as many years this spring.