As a freshman, he played averaged 1.8 points and 1.7 rebounds over 23 games, averaging 5.2 minutes per game.
"He will be in a good situation for himself in that he will be with (Seattle U. coach) Cameron Dollar, who was on staff at Washington when Clarence signed with us," UW coach Lorenzo Romar said in a UW press release. "We'll still get to follow him and we wish him well."
When Trent signed with UW, Romar had said he would instantly become the most athletic player on the team. However, he never found a regular spot in the rotation with Romar sometimes citing Trent's need to get a better understanding of the system.
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Trent also practiced with the UW football team for about a week this spring before dropping out and saying he would once again devote full attention to basketball.
He follows guard Elston Turner in announcing his decision to transfer this off-season. Their departures create to scholarship openings at UW.
Two Tacoma player remain among the Huskies: guards Isaiah Thomas and Abdul Gaddy.
Here's the release from GoHuskies.com.