Report: UNLV lands another transfer

UNLV, which went to the NCAA tournament behind the efforts of transfers such as Tre'Von Willis, Chace Stanback and Derrick Jasper, is reportedly adding to its collection of players looking for second chances.

According to the Las Vegas Sun, the Rebels have picked up a commitment from former UCLA forward Mike Moser, who was once named Oregon's Mr. Basketball, but played limited minutes with the Bruins.

The 6-foot-8 forward joins Stanback as former UCLA players who transferred out as freshmen and with three years of eligibility left.

"The way the season worked out for me this year, I feel it is necessary for me personally to make a move somewhere else so I can play," Moser said in a statement upon transferring after averaging only 4.7 minutes per game.

By the time Moser becomes eligible, Willis and Jasper are among those who are expected to depart, giving way to a new someone to shine under the bright lights of Las Vegas.