Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: MAC

1. Emoni Bates– Eastern Michigan (Memphis) Eastern Michigan is getting a very skilled basketball player in Emoni Bates who should’ve technically been Class of 2022 in the first place. Bates was the best player in high school at one point before having a rough freshman season, but the talent is still there. Bates is easilyContinue reading “Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: MAC”

Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: Sun Belt

1. Kevin Samuel– South Alabama (Florida Gulf Coast) After 3 very productive seasons at TCU, Kevin Samuel opted to transfer to FGCU last season where again he had a very productive year. Samuel ranks among the best in the nation in field goal percentage never having a season below 62% and he’s also a menaceContinue reading “Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: Sun Belt”

Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: SWAC

1. Shaun Doss Jr.– UAPB (SIUE) UAPB got a boomerang transfer in Shaun Doss Jr, who spent three years at UAPB to start his college career. He was a SWAC All-Conference first team member in 2020-21. Doss averaged 12 points and 5.2 rebounds per game last season at SIUE. 2. T.J. Madlock– Alabama State (SouthContinue reading “Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: SWAC”

Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: Pac 12

1. Courtney Ramey– Arizona (Texas) Arizona struck gold in the portal landing Texas transfer Courtney Ramey. Ramey averaged 9.4PPG and 3.5RPG last season. He is also a very capable shooter from beyond the arc. The best aspect of Ramey’s game is his on-ball defense as he was seen by many as the best defender inContinue reading “Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: Pac 12”

Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: WAC

1. Xavier Pinson– New Mexico State (LSU) New Mexico State got a high major talent this offseason in Xavier Pinson, who played his last four years in the SEC. Pinson was third in the SEC in assist rate last season. He has been a valuable high major player on both sides of the ball andContinue reading “Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: WAC”

Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: Big South

1. Bryan Antoine– Radford (Villanova) Radford got a huge transfer addition this offseason in Bryan Antoine from Villanova. Antoine was never fully healthy at Villanova, but was a 5-star and McDonald’s All-American in high school. If he can finally get to 100%, his athleticism and skill level will dominate the conference. 2. Walyn Napper– LongwoodContinue reading “Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: Big South”

Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: ACC

1. Nijel Pack– Miami (Kansas State) Nijel Pack was one of the top transfers to enter the portal this offseason. Pack, who was first team All-Big 12, averaged 17.4 points per game. He was also one of the best shooters in the country, connecting on 43.6% of his 7.5 3-point attempts per game. 2. PeteContinue reading “Top 10 Transfers 2022-23: ACC”

Colorado secures the commitment of Ethan Wright

Princeton transfer Ethan Wright has committed to Colorado. He averaged 14.7 points and 6.9 rebounds on the Tigers, who won the Ivy League regular season title. He also shot the ball at nearly a 40% clip from deep. Due to the pandemic, there was no Ivy League season in 2020-21, but Wright did not thinkContinue reading “Colorado secures the commitment of Ethan Wright”

Tennessee Tech lands experienced guard Tyrone Perry

Tyrone Perry, a 6’2″ transfer guard from Lafayette has committed to Tennessee Tech. Perry averaged 11.9 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists this year for the Leopards. Being a grad transfer, Perry had a different experience being recruited than originally out of high school. “This time was very stressful, I’m not gonna lie,” Perry said.Continue reading “Tennessee Tech lands experienced guard Tyrone Perry”

D2 Player of the Year Sekou Sylla Updates Transfer Interest

Sekou Sylla, the D2 player of the year, has garnered a bunch of interest since entering the portal. The 6′ 5″ forward of the 38-1 Nova Southeastern Sharks. This season, Sylla averaged 22.4PPG and 10.4RPG which is an incredible stat line at any level. Prior to Nova Southeastern, Sylla played for College of Saint RoseContinue reading “D2 Player of the Year Sekou Sylla Updates Transfer Interest”