South Bend (IN) -- News broke a couple of weeks ago that Notre Dame sophomore guard D.J. Harvey had entered the transfer portal - but was open to a possible return.
Now, it seems both sides have moved on.
At Mike Brey's Tip Off for Heart event Wednesday, the Irish men's basketball coach said that Harvey has not taken part in spring work outs with the team, and said they are both going their separate ways.
"We've moved in different directions," Brey said. "I think he feels he needs to reinvent himself, and we support that, and so I think he's pretty far down that road. We wish him the best. I think every year you sit down and you kind of talk about roles for the next season, and his was probably going to change a little bit, and to his credit, he wanted to reinvent and I certainly get that. I think he has a lot of options, I'm not sure what they are right now, but he gave us two great years, and in our profession now, there's always moving parts."
Harvey averaged 10.7 ppg and 4.2 rpg over 29 games last season. He played in 19 games as a true freshman, averaging 5.8 points in 18.2 minutes per game, before a knee injury ended his season.
Brey said they are looking at several transfers, including some grad transfers, to add to the program.