Two more Nevada basketball alums have signed overseas deals in recent days.
Trey Porter, who spent his senior season at Nevada in 2018-19, has resigned with BC Rilski Sportist in Bulgaria, and D.J. Fenner, a four-year player for Nevada from 2013-17, has agreed to a pact with a Polish club.
Porter played in Hungary and Turkey before signing with BC Rilski Sportist last season, winning a championship with the club. The 6-foot-11 center averaged 10.7 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.3 blocks in 24 games last year, shooting 67.6 percent from the field. BC Rilski Sportist plays in NBL, the top tier of Bulgarian basketball.
Fenner, a 6-foot-6 wing player, originally signed with a Spanish team based on the continent of Africa last month, although that deal fell through. He is now headed to Poland to play for MKS Dbrowa Górnicza, one of 16 teams in the PLK, the highest level of Polish basketball.
Fenner played in Portugal last season and averaged 20.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.4 steals per game. He made 44.9 percent of his shots, including 39.4 percent from three. Fenner also has played in Hungary, Greece, Finland, Bosnia and Serbia during his pro career.
Among the other Wolf Pack players to sign overseas deals this offseason are Jalen Harris, Jordan Caroline and Jazz Johnson, who have all agreed to terms with Italian clubs. Harris and Caroline will play at the top level of Italian basketball while Johnson will play one level below that.