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Sapp to transfer
"T.J. is a fine young man who has had some positive moments in his time at Clemson," Brownell said. "He is well-liked by our coaching staff and players, and will certainly be missed. I respect his decision and appreciate his efforts during his time here. We wish him the best in his search for a basketball program that better meets his needs."
The 6-foot-3 Sapp appeared in 37 games in two seasons at Clemson, with 16 starts. He played 588 minutes and scored 132 points. He had a career-high 13 on two occasions as a freshman, first in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge at Iowa, and then in a home win over East Tennessee State. He averaged 3.6 points per game this season in 15.1 minutes per contest.
"I formed a brotherhood with my teammates, so this was a tough decision for me," Sapp said. "I love and appreciate everything about Clemson. Coach Brownell is a tremendous guy, and I appreciate everything he's taught me. He definitely made me a better player, and I can honestly say I am stronger and wiser due to my experiences at Clemson. I'll never forget all of the coaches who taught me so much during my time here."
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