UNLV transfer Katin Reinhardt commits (again) to USC

For the second time in less than three years, Katin Reinhardt has committed to USC.

Back on New Year’s Eve in 2010, Reinhardt pledged to the Trojans as a high school junior. However, a few months later, Reinhardt decided to open things back up in May 2011. After choosing UNLV and averaging double-figures as a freshman, he announced over the weekend that he was transferring.

And now, Reinhardt informed Scout.com that his next stop will be USC. His father confirmed the news to CBSSports.com. 

Reinhardt took a visit to the Trojans' campus Wednesday and it sealed the deal. 

"We watched film for about 45 minutes and coach [Andy] Enfield showed me their style of play and how I would fit in," Reinhardt told the site. "He said that he doesn't want me to be pigeonholed into one thing; I would be a playmaker, and I felt very comfortable with that."

Reinhardt, a Mater Dei (Calif.) product, averaged 10.1 points and shot 35.1 percent from 3-point range last season with the Runnin’ Rebels. 

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