Kevin Porter Jr. got here to USC as this system’s high recruit within the 2018 class, however his Trojans profession could also be over after solely seven video games.
USC coach Andy Enfield told the Los Angeles Times on Sunday that Porter has been suspended indefinitely for “conduct points” and will by no means play for this system once more.
“We’ll reevaluate his future with this system this week,” Enfield mentioned. “It’s very disappointing. We’d like all our gamers to be wholesome and accessible. The very last thing you wish to do as a head coach is droop any of your gamers, however when there’s conduct points, we’ve got no alternative.”
Porter opened the season wanting like a possible lottery decide scoring 12 or extra factors in his first 5 video games. He has solely appeared in two of USC’s subsequent 12 contests for a wide range of causes.
Porter is the second Trojans participant to be suspended indefinitely this season becoming a member of Jordan Usher, who additionally had an undisclosed conduct challenge and later introduced he’ll switch to Georgia Tech.
USC (9-8) performs its subsequent sport Saturday towards crosstown rival UCLA (10-7), which is limping by a tumultuous season of its personal after firing Steve Alford final month.