Transfer rankings: Where the top 10 players are going next

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Hours after the 2024 NCAA tournament field was announced, every team in the country had to quickly turn its focus to next season. The transfer window for men’s basketball opened March 18, and almost 300 players went in on the first day. By the time the portal closed, more than 2,000 players had entered.

It’s a different year for transfers, too. The two-time transfer rule is out the window — everyone is eligible to play immediately — the NIL landscape continues to grow, and this will be the final offseason impacted by the “COVID year.” Student-athletes earned an extra year of eligibility because of COVID-19’s impact on the 2020-21 season, but next season will be the fifth year for those players.

The transfer window also closed for all players May 1. The next deadline to watch will be May 29: the last date for any player in the NBA draft, who also retained his college eligibility, to decide whether to return for another year.

Bookmark this page for the top players in the portal — and where they commit — ahead of the 2024-25 season. More updates, including visits and outlooks for teams and players as they enter and exit the portal, can be found in our transfer tracker.

Last updated: May 20, 2024


1. Kadary Richmond, 6-6, PG, Sr., Seton Hall Pirates
COMMITTED TO ST. JOHN’S
Richmond is a difficult matchup due to his size and ability to play through contact. The first-team All-Big East guard averaged 15.7 points, 7.0 rebounds and 5.1 assists. Went for 21 points, 13 boards and five assists in the NIT title game.


2. Oumar Ballo, 7-0, C, Sr., Arizona Wildcats
COMMITTED TO INDIANA
A two-time first-team All-Pac-12 selection, Ballo has been dominant for the past two seasons. He averaged 14.2 points and 8.6 boards in 2022-23 and 12.9 points and 10.1 rebounds last season. He ranks in the top 10 nationally in field goal percentage.


3. Johnell Davis, 6-4, SG, Sr., Florida Atlantic Owls
COMMITTED TO ARKANSAS
One of the most explosive players in the country, Davis shared AAC player of the year honors one year after helping lead FAU to the Final Four. Averaged 18.2 points and shot 41.4% from 3-point range. Went for 35 and 9 against Arizona.


4. AJ Storr, 6-7, SG, Soph., Wisconsin Badgers
COMMITTED TO KANSAS
Started his career at St. John’s but left after one season for Wisconsin, where he broke out and had a second-team All-Big Ten season. Averaged 16.8 points and 3.9 boards, saving his best performances for the Big Ten tournament.


5. Norchad Omier, 6-7, PF, Jr., Miami Hurricanes
COMMITTED TO BAYLOR
Omier has averaged a double-double in each of his four seasons in college, including 17.0 points and 10.0 rebounds in 2023-24. He’s a two-time All-ACC selection who started his career at Arkansas State.


6. Great Osobor, 6-8, PF, Jr., Utah State Aggies
COMMITTED TO WASHINGTON
Osobor was one of the biggest breakout stars nationally this past season, following Danny Sprinkle to Utah State and winning Mountain West player of the year honors after coming off the bench at Montana State. Averaged 17.7 points and 9.0 boards.


7. Tucker DeVries, 6-7, SG, Jr., Drake Bulldogs
COMMITTED TO WEST VIRGINIA
The two-time Missouri Valley player of the year, DeVries is following his father to West Virginia. Averaged 21.6 points this past season, adding in 6.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists and shooting 36.3% from 3.


8. Cam Christie, 6-6, SG, Fr., Minnesota Golden Gophers

Christie could opt to keep his name in the NBA draft, projecting as an early-second-round pick. The smooth freshman averaged 11.4 points and shot better than 39% from 3.


9. Robbie Avila, 6-10, C, Soph., Indiana State Sycamores
COMMITTED TO SAINT LOUIS
One of the biggest breakout stars in all of college basketball, Avila was a first-team All-Missouri Valley selection after averaging 17.4 points, 6.6 rebounds and 4.1 assists this past season. Shot 39.4% from 3-point range. Potentially following former Sycamores coach Josh Schertz to Saint Louis.


10. Clifford Omoruyi, 6-11, C, Sr., Rutgers Scarlet Knights
COMMITTED TO ALABAMA
Among the truly elite post defenders in college basketball. Omoruyi was named to the Big Ten’s All-Defensive team after averaging 10.4 points, 8.4 rebounds and 2.9 blocks for one of the best defenses in the country.


11. Coleman Hawkins, 6-10, PF, Sr., Illinois Fighting Illini

Hawkins had the best season of his career as a senior, averaging 12.1 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.7 assists. He shot 36.9% from 3 while also showing some defensive versatility. Honorable mention All-Big Ten.


12. JT Toppin, 6-9, PF, Fr., New Mexico Lobos

One of the biggest freshman surprises this past season, Toppin averaged 12.4 points, 9.1 rebounds and 1.9 blocks. Was named second-team All-Mountain West and won the league’s Freshman of the Year award.


13. Jonas Aidoo, 6-11, C, Jr., Tennessee Volunteers
COMMITTED TO ARKANSAS
Aidoo started 36 games for the Volunteers this past season, averaging 11.4 points and 7.3 rebounds and earning second-team All-SEC honors. He struggled late in the NCAA tournament, but he brings mobility and all-defensive-team credentials.


14. Jamir Watkins, 6-7, SF, Jr., Florida State Seminoles

Watkins is also going through the NBA draft process. He excelled in his first season after transferring to Florida State from VCU, averaging 15.6 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.8 assists. Had 34 against Virginia Tech in the ACC tournament.


15. Jeremy Roach, 6-2, PG, Sr., Duke Blue Devils
COMMITTED TO BAYLOR
Roach is one of the most experienced — and winningest — point guards in the portal. He earned third-team All-ACC honors this season after hitting career highs in points (14.0 PPG), assists (3.3 APG) and 3-point shooting (42.9%).


16. Jaylen Wells, 6-8, SF, Jr., Washington State Cougars

Arguably the best NBA prospect in the portal, Wells was quietly one of the best newcomers in the country last season after transferring in from Sonoma State. Averaged 12.6 points and shot 41.7% from 3.


17. Jaxson Robinson, 6-7, SG, Sr., BYU Cougars

The Big 12 Sixth Man of the Year, Robinson really hit his stride under Mark Pope this past season, averaging 14.2 points and shooting 35.4% from 3. One of the best NBA prospects in the portal.


18. Wooga Poplar, 6-5, SG, Jr., Miami Hurricanes

Poplar had NBA buzz entering his junior year but was inconsistent down the stretch after a stellar first half of the season. Averaged 13.1 points and 4.8 rebounds, shooting 38.5% from 3-point range.


19. Myles Rice, 6-3, G, Fr., Washington State Cougars
COMMITTED TO INDIANA
One of the best freshmen in the country, Rice averaged 14.8 points, 3.1 rebounds and 3.8 assists. He won Pac-12 freshman of the year and was also named first-team All-Pac-12.


20. Kanaan Carlyle, 6-3, G, Fr., Stanford Cardinal
COMMITTED TO INDIANA
A top-50 recruit coming out of high school, Carlyle averaged 11.5 points for the Cardinal. Had 31 points against Washington State and 28 against Arizona, though he slowed a bit down the stretch.


21. Pop Isaacs, 6-2, PG, Soph., Texas Tech Red Raiders
COMMITTED TO CREIGHTON
Isaacs carried the Texas Tech offense on occasion, including games of 32 points and 22 points against BYU. He was a third-team All-Big 12 selection, averaging 15.8 points and 3.5 assists.


22. Rylan Griffen, 6-6, SG, Soph., Alabama Crimson Tide
COMMITTED TO KANSAS
One of the best shooters in the portal, Griffen averaged 11.2 points and shot better than 39% from 3 this past season. He then connected on more than 48% of his 3-point attempts in the NCAA tournament and scored 19 points against North Carolina.


23. Tyrese Hunter, 6-0, PG, Jr., Texas Longhorns
COMMITTED TO MEMPHIS
Started 106 games in three seasons at Texas and Iowa State, averaging double figures in all three campaigns. Had the best season of his career in 2023-24, putting up 11.1 points on 45.2% shooting.


24. Terrence Edwards Jr., 6-6, SG, Jr., James Madison Dukes
COMMITTED TO LOUISVILLE
Edwards’ smooth offensive game was on display in JMU’s first-round upset of Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament, which followed him earning Sun Belt player of the year. Averaged 17.2 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.4 assists.


25. Zeke Mayo, 6-4, G, Jr., South Dakota State Jackrabbits
COMMITTED TO KANSAS
A highly productive player at South Dakota State for multiple years, Mayo won Summit League player of the year after averaging 18.8 points, 5.7 rebounds, 3.5 assists and shooting 39.1% from 3-point range.


26. Sean Pedulla, 6-1, G, Jr., Virginia Tech Hokies
COMMITTED TO OLE MISS
The Oklahoma native has been one of the best guards in the ACC over the past two seasons, earning third-team all-conference honors this past season. He averaged 16.4 points and 4.6 assists, both career highs.


27. Deivon Smith, 6-0, PG, Sr., Utah Utes
COMMITTED TO ST. JOHN’S
Smith is looking for his fourth school after coming off the best season of his career. He averaged 13.3 points, 6.3 rebounds and 7.1 assists, shooting 40.8% from 3-point range.


28. D.J. Wagner, 6-4, PG, Fr., Kentucky Wildcats

A former top-five recruit, Wagner averaged 9.9 points and 3.3 assists, but he struggled over the final month of the season after a couple of 20-point efforts early in the campaign. Has high-level playmaking potential.


29. Aidan Mahaney, 6-3, G, Soph., Saint Mary’s Gaels
COMMITTED TO UCONN
Averaged 13.9 points in each of his two seasons with the Gaels, earning first-team All-WCC honors in both campaigns. Burst onto the scene with 18 points in an incredible overtime performance against Gonzaga as a freshman.


30. Tramon Mark, 6-6, SG, Jr., Arkansas Razorbacks
COMMITTED TO TEXAS
Mark was one of the bright spots during Arkansas’ poor season, arriving from Houston and becoming the team’s go-to guy offensively. He averaged 16.2 points and shot a career-best 36.4% from 3.


31. Andrej Stojakovic, 6-7, SF, Fr., Stanford Cardinal
COMMITTED TO CAL
The son of Peja Stojakovic, he was a McDonald’s All American in the 2023 class. Stojakovic had three double-figure-scoring outings in his first four games and scored 20 against USC. Averaged 7.8 points.


32. Jordan Pope, 6-2, G, Soph., Oregon State Beavers
COMMITTED TO TEXAS
One of several Oregon State players to enter the portal, but Pope is the best of the group. He was an honorable mention Pac-12 pick after averaging 17.6 points, 3.4 assists and shooting 37.1% from 3.


33. Javon Small, 6-3, PG, Jr., Oklahoma State Cowboys
COMMITTED TO WEST VIRGINIA
Small was a productive combo guard at both East Carolina and Oklahoma State. He averaged 15.1 points, 4.7 rebounds and 4.1 assists this past season with the Cowboys, shooting a career-best 37.4% from 3-point range.


34. Javian McCollum, 6-2, G, Jr., Oklahoma Sooners
COMMITTED TO GEORGIA TECH
McCollum started his career with two seasons at Siena, but he didn’t skip a beat at Oklahoma, averaging 13.3 points and 3.4 assists this past season. Earned an all-conference honorable mention.


35. Arthur Kaluma, 6-7, F, Jr., Kansas State Wildcats

Kaluma left Creighton last spring and landed at Kansas State, where he was named honorable mention All-Big 12 after averaging 14.4 points and 7.0 rebounds while shooting 34.5% from 3 — all career highs.


36. Tony Perkins, 6-4, PG, Sr., Iowa Hawkeyes
COMMITTED TO MISSOURI
One of the more underrated point guards in the country, Perkins was a second-team All-Big Ten pick after averaging 14.0 points, 4.4 rebounds and 4.6 assists.


37. Dre Davis, 6-6, SG, Sr., Seton Hall Pirates
COMMITTED TO OLE MISS
Davis was an integral part of Seton Hall’s run to an NIT title, scoring 18 points in the championship game against Indiana State. The former Louisville transfer averaged 15.0 points and 5.9 rebounds this past season for Shaheen Holloway.


38. Kylan Boswell, 6-2, PG, Soph., Arizona Wildcats
COMMITTED TO ILLINOIS
Boswell was the starting point guard on a team that won the Pac-12 title and earned a 2-seed in the NCAA tournament. The Champaign, Illinois, native averaged 9.6 points and 3.6 assists, shooting nearly 38% from 3-point range.


39. Max Shulga, 6-4, G, Sr., VCU Rams
COMMITTED TO VILLANOVA
Shulga drew heavy interest from a slew of high-level programs almost immediately after entering the portal. The first-team All-Atlantic 10 selection averaged 14.0 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.6 assists, shooting 41.5% from 3.


40. Mark Mitchell, 6-9, PF, Soph., Duke Blue Devils
COMMITTED TO MISSOURI
Mitchell has started 67 games in two seasons at Duke, averaging 11.6 points and 5.9 rebounds this past season. Had a 10-game stretch in conference play in which he tallied four 20-point games, including three double-doubles.


41. Dillon Mitchell, 6-8, PF, Soph., Texas Longhorns
COMMITTED TO CINCINNATI
Mitchell offers plenty of intrigue as a versatile frontcourt player with length and athleticism. Took a big step forward as a sophomore, averaging 9.6 points and 7.5 rebounds and shooting 58.5% from the field.


42. Chaz Lanier, 6-4, SG, Jr., North Florida Ospreys

A big-time shot-maker who went from averaging 4.5 points as a junior to 19.7 as a senior, Lanier earned first-team All-ASUN honors this past season. Shot 44% from 3-point range.


43. Dug McDaniel, 5-11, PG, Soph., Michigan Wolverines
COMMITTED TO KANSAS STATE
Took a big step forward this past season, averaging 16.3 points and 4.7 assists despite serving a six-game suspension. Started 52 games in two seasons with the Wolverines.


44. Tarris Reed Jr., 6-10, PF, Soph., Michigan Wolverines
COMMITTED TO UCONN
Reed was one of the most sought-after bigs in the portal. He was a top-40 recruit in the 2022 class and averaged 9.0 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.4 blocks this past season.


45. Brandon Garrison, 6-11, C, Fr., Oklahoma State Cowboys
COMMITTED TO KENTUCKY
Garrison is a former McDonald’s All American and top-50 recruit who started 29 games as a freshman in Stillwater. Averaged 7.5 points and 5.3 rebounds.


46. Vladislav Goldin, 7-1, C, Jr., Florida Atlantic Owls
COMMITTED TO MICHIGAN
Goldin finished the season on a tear, averaging 19.5 points and 7.2 boards over his final 11 games and earning second-team All-AAC honors. Has proven himself in games against high-major competition over the past two seasons.


47. Koby Brea, 6-6, SG, Jr., Dayton Flyers
COMMITTED TO KENTUCKY
Arguably the best shooter in the country this past season, shooting 49.8% from 3-point range on more than six attempts per game. Came off the bench in 29 of 33 games, but still averaged 11.1 points.


48. Danny Wolf, 7-0, C, Soph., Yale Bulldogs
COMMITTED TO MICHIGAN
Wolf had been a rumored portal name for a few weeks, and there’s good reason: The 7-footer was a first-team All-Ivy selection who put up 14.1 points, 9.7 rebounds and 1.3 blocks while shooting nearly 35% from deep.


49. Chris Youngblood, 6-4, SG, Sr., South Florida Bulls
COMMITTED TO ALABAMA
Youngblood followed Amir Abdur-Rahim from Kennesaw State to South Florida then shared AAC player of the year honors in his lone season in the league. Averaged 15.3 points and shot 41.6% from 3.


50. Desmond Claude, 6-6, G, Soph., Xavier Musketeers
COMMITTED TO USC
Claude won the Big East Most Improved Player of the Year award after jumping from 4.7 PPG as a freshman to 16.6 as a sophomore. He has great size and possesses a high ceiling — he just needs to become a better perimeter shooter.


51. Trazarien White, 6-7, SF, Jr., UNC Wilmington Seahawks
COMMITTED TO TCU
Immediately becomes one of the most dangerous wing scorers in the portal. He has great size, shot 39% from 3-point range and averaged 19.8 points and 6.8 rebounds en route to first-team All-CAA honors. Had 27 and 10 at Kentucky.


52. Achor Achor, 6-9, PF, Jr., Samford Bulldogs
COMMITTED TO KANSAS STATE
One of the final entries before the deadline, Achor was a first-team All-SoCon selection after averaging 16.1 points and 6.1 rebounds. He also dominated Kansas in the NCAA tournament, going for 23 and 8.


53. Chibuzo Agbo, 6-7, SF, Sr., Boise State Broncos
COMMITTED TO USC
Agbo brings size and shooting ability after making 41% of his 3-point attempts this past season. He averaged 13.7 points and 5.1 rebounds, scoring 17 points against Colorado in the NCAA tournament.


54. JP Pegues, 6-1, PG, Jr., Furman Paladins
COMMITTED TO AUBURN
Was arguably the best player in the SoCon this past season, earning first-team all-conference honors after averaging 18.4 points and 4.8 assists, while shooting better than 36% from 3.


55. Michael Ajayi, 6-7, SF, Jr., Pepperdine Waves
COMMITTED TO GONZAGA
The first-team All-WCC performer averaged 17.2 points and 9.9 rebounds, shooting 47% from 3-point range. Held his own against better competition, including 31 and 12 against UNLV.


56. PJ Haggerty, 6-3, G, Fr., Tulsa Golden Hurricane
COMMITTED TO MEMPHIS
The nation’s leading freshman scorer this past season, Haggerty won AAC rookie of the year honors and was also named third-team All-AAC. Put up 21.2 points, 5.5 rebounds and 3.8 assists.


57. Malik Mack, 6-1, PG, Fr., Harvard Crimson
COMMITTED TO GEORGETOWN
Mack averaged 20.1 points through the first 10 games of the season before being sidelined with mononucleosis. Still averaged 17.2 points and 4.8 assists on the season, winning Ivy League rookie of the year.


58. Trey Townsend, 6-6, PF, Jr., Oakland Golden Grizzlies
COMMITTED TO ARIZONA
The Horizon League player of the year was dominant in the paint, and not just against league competition. He had 28 points against Xavier, 19 points and 10 rebounds against Illinois, 30 and 13 against NC State, and 17 and 12 against Kentucky. Also went for 38 in the Horizon title game.


59. Aaron Bradshaw, 7-1, C, Fr., Kentucky Wildcats
COMMITTED TO OHIO STATE
A top-10 prospect in the 2023 class, Bradshaw missed the offseason and the first month of this past season due to a foot injury. Showed flashes of his potential before his role diminished. Averaged 4.9 points and 3.3 rebounds.


60. Meechie Johnson, 6-2, G, Jr., South Carolina Gamecocks
COMMITTED TO OHIO STATE
Johnson is heading back to where his college career started, in Columbus. He didn’t do much in his first two seasons at Ohio State, but he went to South Carolina and averaged 12.7 points and 14.1 points in the past two seasons.


61. Adou Thiero, 6-8, PF, Soph., Kentucky Wildcats
COMMITTED TO ARKANSAS
A projected first-round pick in the 2025 NBA draft, Thiero brings an intriguing mix of physicality and two-way ability. Started 19 games and scored 7.2 points.


62. Zvonimir Ivisic, 7-2, C, Fr., Kentucky Wildcats
COMMITTED TO ARKANSAS
“Big Z” had an incredible debut against Georgia, finishing with 13 points, 5 boards and 3 blocks in 16 minutes. Saw inconsistent minutes after that, ultimately averaging 5.5 points in 15 games. Wasn’t cleared until mid-January.


63. Otega Oweh, 6-5, SG, Soph., Oklahoma Sooners
COMMITTED TO KENTUCKY
Oweh made huge strides as a sophomore, jumping from 4.8 points and 25% 3-point shooting to 11.4 points and 37.7% 3-point shooting. He started 28 games for the Sooners in 2023-24.


64. Cade Tyson, 6-7, SG, Soph., Belmont Bruins
COMMITTED TO NORTH CAROLINA
The younger brother of Denver Nuggets forward Hunter Tyson, Cade was a second-team All-Missouri Valley selection after averaging 16.2 points and shooting 46.5% from 3-point range.


65. Roddy Gayle Jr., 6-4, SG, Soph., Ohio State Buckeyes
COMMITTED TO MICHIGAN
Gayle was pegged by many to have a breakout sophomore season, and he did just that, jumping from 4.6 points to 13.5 points while also dishing out 3.1 assists. Had 32 points in a win over West Virginia.


66. TJ Bamba, 6-5, SG, Sr., Villanova Wildcats
COMMITTED TO OREGON
Bamba arrived at Villanova last spring after averaging 15.8 points at Washington State in 2022-23. Had 23 points against St. John’s and 24 against Marquette but was a complementary piece for the Wildcats. He averaged 10.1 points.


67. Chucky Hepburn, 6-2, PG, Jr., Wisconsin Badgers
COMMITTED TO LOUISVILLE
This one felt like a gut punch for the Badgers, especially after AJ Storr and Connor Essegian left. Hepburn averaged 9.2 points and 3.9 assists this past season but started 103 games over three years under Greg Gard.


68. Ven-Allen Lubin, 6-8, F, Soph., Vanderbilt Commodores

A former top-75 prospect in the 2022 class, Lubin averaged 12.3 points and 6.3 rebounds this past season. Finished the season on a tear, putting up 16.2 points and 7.7 rebounds over his final nine games, including 46 points and 21 boards in his final two games at Vanderbilt.


69. Milos Uzan, 6-4, PG, Soph., Oklahoma Sooners
COMMITTED TO HOUSTON
Uzan earned all-freshman honors in 2022-23 and was better this past season, averaging 9.0 points, 3.4 rebounds and 4.3 assists for the Sooners. Made 34% of his 3-pointers over two campaigns.


70. Kobe Johnson, 6-6, SG, Jr., USC Trojans
COMMITTED TO UCLA
The Trojans didn’t live up to expectations, but Johnson is a versatile player who should have plenty of suitors. Averaged 10.9 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.3 assists.


71. Aden Holloway, 6-1, PG, Fr., Auburn Tigers
COMMITTED TO ALABAMA
A former five-star recruit and McDonald’s All American, Holloway’s shooting struggles meant he had an inconsistent role as a freshman. Averaged 7.3 points and 2.7 assists but shot 31.8% from the field.


72. Ryan Conwell, 6-4, SG, Soph., Indiana State Sycamores
COMMITTED TO XAVIER
The newcomer of the year in the Missouri Valley and a second-team all-conference selection, Conwell can really shoot. Made 40% of his perimeter attempts on seven attempts per game, while averaging 16.3 points and 5.8 rebounds.


73. Lamont Butler, 6-2, G, Sr., San Diego State Aztecs
COMMITTED TO KENTUCKY
Butler was the hero of the 2023 NCAA tournament, hitting the game-winner to send San Diego State to the title game against UConn. Earned Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year honors this past season while averaging 9.4 points and 3.0 assists.


74. Miles Kelly, 6-6, SG, Jr., Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Kelly had a breakout sophomore season in 2022-23, jumping from 4.5 points per game to 14.4 points, and kept it going as a junior, putting up 13.9 points and 5.5 rebounds. He has shot 35% from 3 for his career.


75. Mikeal Brown-Jones, 6-8, SF, Sr., UNC Greensboro Spartans
COMMITTED TO OLE MISS
Brown-Jones spent the first two seasons of his career at VCU but broke out after arriving at UNCG. Averaged 18.9 points and 7.5 rebounds this past season, earning first-team All-SoCon honors.


76. Frankie Fidler, 6-7, SF, Jr., Omaha Mavericks
COMMITTED TO MICHIGAN STATE
A two-time all-league selection, Fidler is a big-time offensive player. Averaged 20.1 points and 6.3 rebounds this past season, shot nearly 36% from 3. Was a first-team pick after second-team honors as a sophomore.


77. Darlinstone Dubar, 6-8, SF, Jr., Hofstra Pride
COMMITTED TO TENNESSEE
Given his size and ability to make shots from the perimeter, Dubar will be sought after. Averaged 17.8 points and 6.8 rebounds, making 40% of his 3s. Had 24 and 8 against Duke.


78. Trevon Brazile, 6-10, PF, Soph., Arkansas Razorbacks

Brazile tore his right ACL in December 2022, which impacted his time at Arkansas. But his ceiling is tremendously high as a skilled forward who has averaged 8.3 points and shot 35.4% from 3 in his career.


79. Malik Dia, 6-9, PF, Soph., Belmont Bruins
COMMITTED TO OLE MISS
Dia started his career at Vanderbilt but broke out after going to Belmont. Went from averaging 2.6 points to 16.9 points with the Bruins — despite averaging just 23.2 minutes.


80. Tyler Bilodeau, 6-9, PF, Soph., Oregon State Beavers
COMMITTED TO UCLA
Bilodeau was a surprise breakout performer during his sophomore season, averaging 14.3 points and 5.7 rebounds — while also making 30 3s. Was dominant late, averaging 17.8 points in his final eight games of the season.


81. Amari Williams, 6-10, PF, Sr., Drexel Dragons
COMMITTED TO KENTUCKY
One of the best interior defenders in the portal, Williams earned first-team All-CAA honors and was named CAA Defensive player of the year after averaging 12.2 points, 7.8 boards and 1.8 blocks.


82. Alijah Martin, 6-2, SG, Jr., Florida Atlantic Owls
COMMITTED TO FLORIDA
One of the heroes of FAU’s 2023 Final Four run, Martin was a three-time all-conference selection under Dusty May. Averaged 13.1 points and 5.9 rebounds this past season and had 25 points against Texas A&M in November.


83. A.J. Hoggard, 6-4, PG, Sr., Michigan State Spartans
COMMITTED TO VANDERBILT
Hoggard earned honorable mention All-Big Ten honors the past two seasons. He averaged 10.7 points and 5.2 assists in 2023-24 and 12.9 points and 5.9 assists in 2022-23.


84. Ja’Kobi Gillespie, 6-1, PG, Soph., Belmont Bruins
COMMITTED TO MARYLAND
Gillespie is an adept playmaker, averaging 17.2 points and 4.2 assists with terrific efficiency. He shot nearly 39% from 3-point range and a ridiculous 66.3% from inside the arc.


85. Josh Cohen, 6-10, PF, Sr., Massachusetts Minutemen
COMMITTED TO USC
Cohen finds himself in the transfer rankings for a second time. He was a first-team All-Atlantic 10 selection this past season after averaging 15.9 points and 6.8 rebounds. Shared NEC player of the year honors in 2022-23 after a dominant season at St. Francis (Pa.).


86. Keyshawn Hall, 6-7, SF, Soph., George Mason Patriots
COMMITTED TO UCF
A second-team All-Atlantic 10 pick, Hall had a breakout sophomore campaign for new coach Tony Skinn. He averaged 16.6 points and 8.1 rebounds, including five 20-10 outings.


87. Elijah Hawkins, 5-11, PG, Jr., Minnesota Golden Gophers
COMMITTED TO TEXAS TECH
Hawkins’ passing ability translated well from the MEAC — where he twice earned all-conference honors — to the Big Ten, where he ranked second nationally in assists at 7.5 per game. Also averaged 9.5 points and shot better than 36% from 3.


88. Saint Thomas, 6-7, PF, Jr., Northern Colorado Bears
COMMITTED TO USC
Thomas transferred from Loyola Chicago and had one of the biggest breakout seasons nationally. He was named first-team All-Big Sky and averaged 19.7 points, 9.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists.


89. Andrew Carr, 6-10, C, Sr., Wake Forest Demon Deacons
COMMITTED TO KENTUCKY
Carr, who started his career with two seasons at Delaware, averaged 13.5 points and 6.8 rebounds while shooting 37.1% from 3-point range this past campaign. Ended his season with 31 points and 11 boards vs. Georgia.


90. Ugonna Onyenso, 7-0, C, Soph., Kentucky Wildcats

An elite shot-blocker, Onyenso led the SEC in block rate and was in the top 15 in both offensive and defensive rebounding percentage. Averaged 2.8 blocks in less than 19 minutes per game.


91. Felix Okpara, 6-11, C, Soph., Ohio State Buckeyes
COMMITTED TO TENNESSEE
Okpara has made his reputation on the defensive end of the floor, averaging 2.4 blocks in less than 24 minutes per game. But he started to perform offensively late in the season, averaging 13.7 points in three NIT games.


92. Lynn Kidd, 6-10, C, Sr., Virginia Tech Hokies
COMMITTED TO MIAMI
Kidd is onto his third ACC school — but finally enjoyed his long-anticipated breakout this past season in Blacksburg. Averaged 13.2 points and 6.5 rebounds, shooting nearly 67% from the field.


93. Brandon Huntley-Hatfield, 6-10, PF, Jr., Louisville Cardinals
COMMITTED TO NC STATE
The former five-star recruit just finished his best college season, averaging 12.9 points and 8.4 rebounds while shooting nearly 57% from the field.


94. Riley Kugel, 6-5, SG, Soph., Florida Gators
COMMITTED TO MISSISSIPPI STATE
Kugel has shown flashes of legitimate pro potential for two seasons, but he hasn’t put it together consistently. Averaged 9.2 points, including five games of 20-plus points.


95. Jalen Blackmon, 6-3, SG, Jr., Stetson Hatters
COMMITTED TO MIAMI
Blackmon is one of the best scorers in the portal. Put up 41 in the ASUN title game to lead Stetson to the NCAA tournament and was named first-team All-ASUN. Averaged 21.3 points and shot 38.1% from 3.


96. Kanye Clary, 5-11, PG, Soph., Penn State Nittany Lions
COMMITTED TO MISSISSIPPI STATE
Clary was dismissed from the program in February, but he was averaging 16.7 points and shooting nearly 38% from 3-point range for the Nittany Lions.


97. Jordan Sears, 5-11, PG, Jr., UT Martin Skyhawks
COMMITTED TO LSU
A two-time first-team All-Ohio Valley pick, Sears ranked ninth nationally in scoring at 21.6 points this past season. Also averaged 4.6 rebounds and 4.5 assists.


98. Koren Johnson, 6-2, G, Soph., Washington Huskies
COMMITTED TO LOUISVILLE
The Pac-12 sixth man of the year averaged 11.1 points and shot better than 37% from 3-point range. Performed incredibly well in five starts: 18.6 points, 51.9% from 3.


99. Khalif Battle, 6-5, SG, Sr., Arkansas Razorbacks
COMMITTED TO GONZAGA
Battle is one of the elite scorers in the portal, putting up big offensive numbers at both Temple and Arkansas. Averaged 14.8 points and shot 35.3% from 3 this past season, including a ridiculous 29.6 points over the final seven games.


100. Braeden Smith, 6-0, PG, Soph., Colgate Raiders

The Patriot League Player of the Year, Smith was an integral part of one of the most efficient mid-major offenses in the country. Averaged 12.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and 5.6 assists.

Next in line: Ra’Heim Moss, Toledo (OREGON); Noah Reynolds, Green Bay (TCU); Jason Edwards, North Texas (VANDERBILT); Jamal Mashburn Jr., New Mexico (TEMPLE); Cam Carter, Kansas State (LSU); Jevon Porter, Pepperdine (LOYOLA MARYMOUNT); B.J. Omot, North Dakota (CALIFORNIA); Pharrel Payne, Minnesota (TEXAS A&M); Frankie Collins, Arizona State (TCU); BJ Freeman, Milwaukee (ARIZONA STATE); Skyy Clark, Louisville (UCLA); Bronny James, USC; Posh Alexander, Butler (DAYTON); Tyrin Lawrence, Vanderbilt (GEORGIA); DJ Davis, Butler (WASHINGTON); Dante Maddox Jr., Toledo (XAVIER); Sean Stewart, Duke (OHIO STATE); Eddie Lampkin Jr., Colorado (SYRACUSE); Layden Blocker, Arkansas (DEPAUL); Bensley Joseph, Miami (PROVIDENCE); Eric Dailey, Oklahoma State (UCLA); TJ Power, Duke (VIRGINIA); Christ Essandoko, Saint Joseph’s (PROVIDENCE); Garwey Dual, Providence; Mason Gillis, Purdue (DUKE); Jordan Derkack, Merrimack (RUTGERS); Jayson Kent, Indiana State (TEXAS); Marques Warrick, Northern Kentucky (MISSOURI); Dion Brown, UMBC (BOSTON COLLEGE); Ken Evans Jr., Jackson State; Kerr Kriisa, West Virginia (KENTUCKY); Maliq Brown, Syracuse (DUKE); Wesley Cardet Jr., Chicago State (PROVIDENCE); Jamarii Thomas, Norfolk State (SOUTH CAROLINA); Rueben Chinyelu, Washington State (FLORIDA); Aly Khalifa, BYU (LOUISVILLE); Baba Miller, Florida State; Kevin “Boopie” Miller, Wake Forest (SMU); Rytis Petraitis, Air Force (CALIFORNIA); Brandon Angel, Stanford (OREGON); Tyler Cochran, Toledo (OREGON STATE); Mark Freeman, Morehead State (JAMES MADISON); Omaha Biliew, Iowa State (WAKE FOREST); Yohan Traore, UC Santa Barbara (SMU); Jhamir Brickus, La Salle (VILLANOVA); Scotty Middleton, Ohio State (SETON HALL); Jamie Kaiser Jr., Maryland (BUTLER); Gavin Griffiths, Rutgers (NEBRASKA); Joshua Jefferson, Saint Mary’s (IOWA STATE); Marcus Hill, Bowling Green (NC STATE); William Kyle III, South Dakota State (UCLA); Connor Hickman, Bradley (CINCINNATI); J’Vonne Hadley, Colorado (LOUISVILLE); Micah Peavy, TCU (GEORGETOWN); Carey Booth, Notre Dame (ILLINOIS); Freddie Dilione V, Tennessee (PENN STATE); Davonte Davis, Arkansas (OKLAHOMA STATE); Arturo Dean, FIU (OKLAHOMA STATE); Alston Mason, Missouri State (ARIZONA STATE); Terrance Williams II, Michigan (USC); Jaeden Zackery, Boston College (CLEMSON); Selton Miguel, South Florida (MARYLAND); Isaiah Swope, Indiana State (SAINT LOUIS); Kasean Pryor, South Florida (LOUISVILLE); Duke Miles, High Point (OKLAHOMA); Cedric Coward, Eastern Washington; Jacob Crews, UT-Martin (MISSOURI); Mike James, Louisville (NC STATE); Brandon Johnson, East Carolina (MIAMI); Rodney Rice, Virginia Tech (MARYLAND); Alvaro Cardenas, San José State (BOISE STATE); Jalen Leach, Fairfield (NORTHWESTERN); Marcus Foster, Furman (XAVIER); Dakota Leffew, Mount St. Mary’s (GEORGIA); Igor Milicic Jr., Charlotte (TENNESSEE); Kevin Overton, Drake (TEXAS TECH); Tre White, Louisville (ILLINOIS); Dain Dainja, Illinois (MEMPHIS); Aboubacar Traore, Long Beach State (LOUISVILLE); David Coit, Northern Illinois; Aaron Scott, North Texas (ST. JOHN’S); Ben Humrichous, Evansville (ILLINOIS); Tyler Perkins, Penn (VILLANOVA); Anthony Dell’Orso, Campbell (ARIZONA); Dontrez Styles, Georgetown (NC STATE); Matt Cross, UMass (SMU); Zhuric Phelps, SMU (TEXAS A&M); Tyler Harris, Portland (WASHINGTON); Sion James, Tulane (DUKE); Berke Buyuktuncel, UCLA; Dai Dai Ames, Kansas State (VIRGINIA); Chris Ledlum, Harvard; Lu’Cye Patterson, Charlotte (MINNESOTA)

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