Tahj Eaddy Turns Pro

USC point guard Tahj Eaddy announced today that he will not return next season and turn pro.

The decision was expected because he is 24 and needs to try his chances as a pro. Eaddy’s stock wasn’t going to rise with another year of college either.

Eaddy averaged 13.6 points per game and will always be remembered for his game-winning shot vs. UCLA.

Check out today’s USC newsletter to see a couple players that have made a big impression in spring practice so far.

3 thoughts on “Tahj Eaddy Turns Pro

  1. If we get Boogie Ellis—-we will forget Tahj Eddy very quickly. Thank you Tahj for doing a good job, and don’t blame you for going pro in this tough economy. I see a great career in the Euro leagues for you as there is plenty of money to be made there also. Please ask Sam Clancy, David Blumenthal, and Lorenzo Orr for advice all 3 of them played a long time in the European leagues.

    Come on down to the Galen Center Boogie Ellis. You will dominate in the Pac 12.

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  2. Best of luck to Tahj Eaddy & Eva Mobley in the WNBA.

    Thanks for the memory, of getting run out the building and having your asses handed to you in your last collegiate game…and further embarrassing the University of Southern California…

    LMFAO!

    DON’T LET THE DOOR HIT YOU IN THE ASS ON THE WAY OUT LOSERS’!

    AHA HA HA HA HA HA HA!

    WHAT A WASTE OF A YEAR OF HIGHER EDUCATION!

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