Dayton, OH — Nebraska guard and former Xenia star Samari Curtis announced on Friday that he will be leaving the basketball program. So far this season, Curtis has played in 8 games, averaging about 6 minutes and 1 point in each game. He was originally committed to the University of Cincinnati before head coach Mick Cronin left for UCLA. He than decommitted on May 2nd, and had offers from schools like Virginia Tech and others before committing to Nebraska on May 15th. Curtis has not said yet where he will be playing next season, but the former three-star recruit should be a hot player on the transfer market right now. He averaged 30 points a game at Xenia where he became the best to ever play there.