Ranking the Best Transfers in College Basketball This Offseason

Transfers have become, over the last handful of years, a major component of recruiting. We’re approaching 800 total transfers for this year.

Think about this: Texas Tech wouldn’t have reached the Final Four without transfers Matt Mooney (South Dakota) and Tariq Owens (St. John’s). Brandon Clarke came to Gonzaga after two years at San Jose State and was one of the best players in the country this season. North Carolina’s top player this season was Cameron Johnson, who came after starting his college career at Pitt.

We’ll give you the top grad transfers and also the top sit-out guys with a brief description of their game provided by a coach who has either coached them or gone up against them. The school lists were provided by the players (and in many instances, they are a list of the schools who have reached out to them).

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GRAD TRANSFERS

1) Kerry Blackshear Jr., 6-10, 250, PF, Virginia Tech
Stats: 14.9 ppg, 7.5 rpg
Scout’s take: “Skilled post player that you can run offense through. He can score with his back to the basket, at the elbow or extend to beyond the 3-point line. Extremely high basketball IQ, can rebound in his area, has a mean streak and toughness about him.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO FLORIDA

2) Chris Clarke, 6-6, 205, SF, Virginia Tech
Stats: 8.2 ppg, 6.3 rpg (2017-18)
Scout’s take: “Quick-twitch athlete, big-time motor with a high basketball IQ. Can play and also guard multiple positions.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO TEXAS TECH

3) Nate Sestina, 6-9, 245, PF, Bucknell
Stats: 15.8 ppg, 8.5 rpg, 38% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Very good catch-and-shoot guy. Makes 3s and stretches the floor. Shoots turnaround jumper in post. Physical and strong, good position rebounder and uses strength. Goes after misses. Solid low-post defender, average footspeed guarding on the perimeter.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO KENTUCKY

4) Shakur Juiston, 6-7, 220, PF, UNLV
Stats: 10.8 ppg, 8.8 rpg
Scout’s take: “He’s a banger, a phenomenal rebounder. Quick twitch. He can finish around the rim and step out to mid-range.”
Schools: Seton Hall, Oregon,  Grand Canyon

5) Lamarr Kimble, 6-0, 185, G, Saint Joseph’s
Stats: 15.6 ppg, 2.8 apg
Scout’s take: “Will give Louisville a veteran backcourt presence with his ability to score and also make teammates better.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO LOUISVILLE

6) Admon Gilder, 6-4, 200, G, Texas A&M
Stats: 12.3 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 40% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Big-time kid, relentless work ethic. He was one of the best defensive players in the SEC over the last three seasons and has already scored over 1,000 points in his career.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO GONZAGA

7) Justin Pierce, 6-7, 215, F, William & Mary
Stats: 14.9 ppg, 8.9 rpg, 4.1 apg
Scout’s take: “Long, skilled and athletic hybrid forward who is a stat stuffer. Excellent cutter, passes it well, needs to get stronger.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NORTH CAROLINA

8) Lamont West, 6-8, 225, PF, West Virginia
Stats: 11.1 ppg, 4.1 rpg
Scout’s take: “Good size. Best at the 4. Can really make 3s.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO MISSOURI STATE

9) Anthony Mathis, 6-3, 180, SG, New Mexico
Stats: 14.4 ppg, 42% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Elite, elite shooter. A little soft, but can really stroke it from deep.” 
Schools: COMMITTED TO OREGON

10) Christian Keeling, 6-4, 175, G, Charleston Southern
Stats: 18.7 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 38% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Elite scorer from 3 and mid-range. Very, very good shooter off the catch-and-bounce. Creative to get his spots. Long and good athlete for his size. Good finisher at the rim, but trusts his jump shot more. Defends.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NORTH CAROLINA

12) Jake Toolson, 6-5, 205, SG, Utah Valley
Stats: 15.8 ppg, 46% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “He shoots the crap out of the ball. Can really space the floor.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO BYU

12) James “Beetle” Bolden, 6-0, 170, G, West Virginia
Stats: 12.2 ppg
Scout’s take: “He has to be a 2. Good rhythm shooter, but needs to be in a system where he can catch and shoot.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO ALABAMA

13) Jason Carter, 6-8, 230, PF, Ohio
Stats: 16.5 ppg, 6.7 rpg
Scout’s take: “Could be a starter for sure at Xavier and a double-figure scoring guy.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO XAVIER (may have two years of eligibility)

14) Jayce Johnson, 7-0, 235, C, Utah
Stats: 7.1 ppg, 7.7 rpg
Scout’s take: “Tough, physical and athletic. Great offensive rebounder. Above-the-rim finisher.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO MARQUETTE

15) Jimmy Whitt, 6-3, 175, G, SMU
Stats: 12.3 ppg
Scout’s take: “Can get to the basket and score, and also rebounds well — but can’t really shoot it.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO ARKANSAS

16) Jahaad Proctor, 6-3, 215, G, High Point
Stats: 19.5 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 3.3 apg
Scout’s take: “Physical, smart, can put you on his hip and keep you there. Gets to the free throw line. Three-level scorer. Streaky 3-point shooter with deep range. Average athlete.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO PURDUE

17) Luwane Pipkins, 5-11, 180, PG, UMass
Stats: 16.0 ppg, 5.2 apg
Scout’s take: “He’s capable of getting hot and making five or six shots from deep, but he can also shoot you out of a game. Streaky and also needs to improve his decision-making.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO PROVIDENCE

18) Joey Brunk, 6-11, 230, C, Butler
Stats: 7.6 ppg, 3.6 rpg
Scout’s take: “Big, strong post player who plays hard as hell. Can score in the paint and is a great team guy.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO INDIANA

19) K.J. Feagin, 6-1, 190, PG, Santa Clara
Stats: 17.5 PPG, 4.0 APG (207-18)
Scout’s take: “Phenomenal decision-maker off a ball screen, good step-in 3-point shooter, shot it really well his sophomore year when he didn’t carry the load. Needs to work on finishing, getting to foul line and defending at a higher level.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO SAN DIEGO STATE

20) Tevin Mack, 6-6, 225, SF, Alabama
Stats: 9.0 ppg
Scout’s take: “He’s a solid piece, and looks the part. Average shooter who has good size and can finish around the basket.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO CLEMSON

21) Camron Justice, 6-3, 180, SG, IUPUI
Stats: 18.6 ppg, 3.2 rpg, 35% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Skilled and crafty veteran guard who is a confident and aggressive scorer. Has some combo ability, but is most effective playing off the ball. Has deep range.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO WESTERN KENTUCKY

22) Jaevin Cumberland, 6-3, 185, SG, Oakland
Stats: 17.2 ppg, 3.5 apg, 40% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Big-time shooter with deep range. Most effective as a catch and shoot guy. Hunts 3’s. He will play off his shot fake for 1-2 dribble pull ups or straight line drives but he’s not a great finisher at the rim. Moves well without the ball and sprints off screens aggressive to score.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO CINCINNATI

23) Max Hazzard, 5-10, 170, G, UC Irvine
Stats: 12.5 ppg, 39% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Driller. Shoots from deep. Had big game against Kansas State in the NCAA tourney.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO ARIZONA

24) Terrell Allen, 6-3, 185, PG, UCF
Stats: 6.7 ppg, 4.3 apg
Scout’s take: “Tough kid, pass-first facilitator. Improved as a perimeter shooter. Great speed, terrific defender.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO GEORGETOWN

25) T.J. Holyfield, 6-8, 230, PF, Stephen F. Austin
Stats: 12.9 ppg, 5.9 rpg, 41% 3-pointers (2017-18)
Scout’s take: “TJ is the ideal new-age 4-man. He has the ability to score with his back to the basket using outstanding footwork and use of his body. Plus, he can stretch defenses as a trailer and is a major threat to pick and pop or slip to the hoop.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO TEXAS TECH

26) Isaiah Moss, 6-5, 200, SG, Iowa
Stats: 9.2 ppg, 42% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Good size and can really shoot it from deep. Can be a floor spacer, and a valuable one.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO KANSAS

27) Haanif Cheatham, 6-5, 195, G, Florida Gulf Coast
Stats: 13.2 ppg, 4.8 rpg
Scout’s take: “Playmaking wing. Slasher with very good vision in pick-and-roll. Straight-line driver to rim. Can be elite defender when he wants to be.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NEBRASKA

28) Kareem South, 6-2, 185, G, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
Stats: 13.8 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 37% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Makes tough shots, can score at all three levels, streaky at times and an average defender.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO CAL

29) Daniel Utomi, 6-6, 215, PF, Akron
Stats: 14.2 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 37% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “He’s a 4-man with some 3-man skills. Elite shooter with size. More of a straight-line one or two-dribble guy. Good team defender.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO USC

30) Pat Andree, 6-8, 225, F, Lehigh
Stats: 12.9 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 42% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Elite catch and shoot with deep range at a legit 6-foot-7. Good passer if a team values passing, limited off the bounce. Can stretch the defense, but limited on defense.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NC STATE

31) Derrik Smits, 7-1, 240, C, Valparaiso
Stats: 12.2 ppg, 5.7 rpg
Scout’s take: “Huge, very skilled, posts hard. Scores with his back to the basket. Good passer when doubled. Rebounds at both ends. Needs to improve defensively.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO BUTLER

32) Alihan Demir, 6-9, 230, PF, Drexel
Stats: 14.8 ppg, 6.4 rpg
Scout’s take: “Skilled back-to-the-basket player who can score in the paint.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO MINNESOTA

33) Keith Stone, 6-8, 240, PF, Florida
Stats: 6.1 ppg, 3.9 rpg
Scout’s take: “Versatile pick-and-pop 4-man that can also defend multiple positions. Doesn’t finish well inside the paint, but is a threat stretching the floor.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO MIAMI

34) Jeantal Cylla, 6-7, 215, F, UNC Wilmington
Stats: 13.7 ppg, 4.6 rpg
Scout’s take: “Face-up 4-man. Range to 3. Runs court. Ability to finish off the bounce.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO ARKANSAS

35) Curtis Jones, 6-4, 190, SG, Oklahoma State
Stats: 8.1 ppg
Scout’s take: “Highly-touted, but didn’t do much at Indiana and was solid in a brief stint at Oklahoma State. Can score it, but needs to become more efficient and a better shooter.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO PENN STATE

36) Kelvin Jones, 6-11, 230, C, Idaho State
Stats: 9.9 ppg, 5.6 rpg
Scout’s take: “High-upside guy with his size. Skilled and can play at a high-major.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO CREIGHTON

37) Matt Milon, 6-5, 190, SG, William & Mary
Stats: 13.0 ppg, 40% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Left-handed sniper with range. Strong and does not need much time or space.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO UCF

38) Ryan Woolridge, 6-3, 175, PG, North Texas
Stats: 11.7 ppg, 5.9 rpg, 4.8 apg
Scout’s take: “Elite speed, great defender both on and off the ball. He finds the open guy and is a good finisher.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO GONZAGA

39) Matt Ryan, 6-8, 210, SF, Vanderbilt
Stats: 8.1 ppg
Scout’s take: “Has size and can really shoot the ball. He can be a key piece for a team.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO CHATTANOOGA

40) Dazon Ingram, 6-5, 210, G, Alabama
Stats: 7.1 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 2.6 apg
Scout’s take: “Big, long, strong athletic guard that needs to become a more consistent perimeter shooter. Can become a dynamic defender.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO UCF

41) Akwasi Yeboah, 6-6, 235, SF, Stony Book
Stats: 16.7 ppg, 7.7 rpg
Scout’s take: “Strong, can rebound, good scorer on the block and can really shoot it from deep.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO RUTGERS

42) Quinton Adlesh, 6-0, 195, G, Columbia
Stats: 13.5 ppg, 2.6 rpg, 2.5 apg, 37% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “High-level shooter, quick release that you will have to guard tightly at the next level. Makes up for limited athleticism with passionate will to compete.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO USC

43) Donnell Gresham Jr., 6-1, 200, PG, Northeastern
Stats: 9.7 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 3.1 apg, 38% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Steady combo who defends. Strong and heady, makes 3s and will be reliable for a high-major program.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO GEORGIA

44) Derryck Thornton, 6-3, 195, PG, USC
Stats:7.7 ppg, 4.3 apg
Scout’s take: “Solid point guard with experience. Has learned how to make better decisions over the years.” 
Schools: COMMITTED TO BOSTON COLLEGE

45) Dominik Olejniczak, 7-0, 260, C, Ole Miss
Stats: 5.3 ppg, 3.0 rpg
Scout’s take: “Big and strong. Tough kid, but struggles against length.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO FLORIDA STATE

46) K.J. Lawson, 6-8, 210, F, Kansas
Stats: 3.1 ppg, 2.0 rpg
Scout’s take: “He’s a tweener forward and belongs down a level. Plays hard, but isn’t overly skilled.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO TULANE

47) Edric Dennis, 6-0, 190, G, UT Arlington
Stats: 14.3 ppg, 4.5 rpg
Scout’s take: “Competitive, resilient. Hired gunner. Can get hot quick.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO TCU

48) Matej Kavas, 6-8, 200, SG, Seattle
Stats: 10.3 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 46% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “One of the elite shooters in the country, but needs to improve his speed and defense.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NEBRASKA

49) Deng Geu, 6-8, 215, F, North Dakota State
Stats: 9.6 ppg, 4.9 rpg
Scout’s take: “Long, athletic and talented in space. Questionable feel and decision-making.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NORTH TEXAS

T50) Bryce Moore, 6-2, 195, SG, Western Michigan
Stats: 6.8 ppg, 39% 3-pointers (2017-18)
Scout’s take: “Undersized 2. Poor man’s Carsen Edwards. Good shooter, moves well without the ball.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO XAVIER

T50) Jonathan Laurent, 6-6, 215, SF, UMass
Stats: 9.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg
Scout’s take: “Got good size and the ability to shoot the ball from deep. Decent rebounder for his size, also.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO OKLAHOMA STATE

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SIT OUT GUYS

1) Quentin Grimes, 6-5, 210, G, Fr., Kansas
Stats: 8.4 ppg
Scout’s take: “Doesn’t do anything exceptional, but does everything well. Good size, and will need to work on his shot in his year off.”
Schools: Houston, Texas A&M

2) Sam Hauser, 6-8, 225, PF, Jr., Marquette
Stats: 14.9 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 40% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Elite shooter who has a great feel for the game. Can post smaller guys and has a good turnaround jumper on the block. Can struggle at times to guard athletic wings but is a smart defender.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO VIRGINIA

3) David Jenkins, 6-2, 200, SG, Soph., South Dakota State
Stats: 19.7 ppg, 45% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “David is a dynamic scorer that makes challenging shots at such an efficient level. He just needs to improve on the defensive end.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO UNLV

4) R.J. Cole, 6-1, 185, PG, Soph., Howard
Stats: 21.4 ppg, 6.4 apg, 4.1 rpg, 39% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Dynamic all-around guard who can dominate the game by scoring, passing and on defense. Was terrific — and the scary part is he can get a lot better.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO UCONN

5) Joey Hauser, 6-9, 230, F, Fr., Marquette
Stats: 9.7 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 43% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Good off-the-block post player. Good shooter. More catch-and-shoot than his brother, who can make shots on the move. Needs to get stronger and more physical.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO MICHIGAN STATE

6) Anthony Duruji, 6-7, 215, F, Soph., Louisiana Tech
Stats: 12.2 ppg, 6.2 rpg
Scout’s take: “Freak athlete. Strong, competitive, really good shooter with feet set. 6-foot-7, high upside. No-brainer high-major.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO FLORIDA

7) Caleb Daniels, 6-4, 205, SG, Soph., Tulane
Stats: 16.9 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 3.3 apg
Scout’s take: “Physically strong, athletic wing. Shoots with NBA range, excellent downhill player who is extremely competitive. NBA potential. Effective in post area. Matchup problem.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO VILLANOVA

8) Eugene Omoruyi, 6-7, 235, SF, Jr., Rutgers
Stats: 13.8 ppg, 7.2 rpg
Scout’s take: “He was the leading scorer and rebounder for a Big Ten team. Great size, he’s strong and can really defend.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO OREGON

9) Jahvon Quinerly, 6-1, 175, PG, Fr., Villanova
Stats: 3.3 ppg
Scout’s take: “Talented kid, but just didn’t buy into Jay Wright and the system. Looked lost. Expectations were way too high, but as much as anything, he just needs to want to be coached.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO ALABAMA

10) Justice Sueing, 6-7, 215, SF, Soph., California
Stats: 14.3 ppg, 6.0 rpg
Scout’s take: “He’s got an unbelievable ability to score and is an athlete. Just needs to work on his motor, but he’s a big-time scorer who can help a high-major program.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO OHIO STATE

11) Jordan Brown, 6-11, 210, PF, Fr., Nevada
Stats: 3.0 ppg, 2.1 rpg
Scout’s take: “Very skilled on offense. Does things on offense you can’t teach. Defensively, he needs to improve.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO ARIZONA

12) Joel Ntambwe, 6-9, 210, F, Fr., UNLV
Stats: 11.8 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 39% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Really talented offensive player. He hit the wall towards the end of the season, but he’s a 4-man with good ball skills.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO TEXAS TECH

13) Bubba Parham, 5-11, 160, G, Fr., VMI
Stats: 21.4 ppg, 40% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “He’s a badass. Cat-quick combo guard who can score 40. Elite in ball screens, deep range and can really pass.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO GEORGIA TECH

14) Takal Molson, 6-5, 205, G, Soph., Canisius
Stats: 16.9 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 37% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Good-sized wing, very strong, excellent rebounder for a wing. Not a consistent shooter, but will get better. Tough to guard with smaller guards.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO SETON HALL

15) Kevin Easley, 6-6, 220, SF, Fr., Chattanooga
Stats: 14.2 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 40% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Skilled, scoring-minded face-up 4-man that can face and also play with his back to the basket. Can really score it. Good offensive rebounder and has a nose for the ball.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO TCU

16) Eric Williams, 6-6, 205, SG, Soph., Duquesne
Stats: 14.0 ppg, 7.6 rpg
Scout’s take: “Terrific rebounder — especially on the offensive end. Good athlete who plays hard, but needs to improve his handle and passing.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO OREGON

17) Cormac Ryan,6-5, 190, SG, Fr., Stanford
Stats: 8.7 ppg
Scout’s take: “Good size, knows how to play and can score in a variety of ways. After a year sitting out, he’ll be an all-league guy wherever he goes.”
Schools: N/A

18) Jaylen Fisher, 6-2, 195, PG, Jr., TCU
Stats: 12.1 ppg, 2.7 apg, 44% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “He came out of high school as a big-time recruit, but the injuries have caught up with him. Still a really good perimeter shooter, but he’s not the same player physically and mentally. If he gets closer to 100 percent, can really help someone.”
Schools: N/A

19) D.J. Harvey, 6-6, 225, SG, Soph., Notre Dame
Stats: 10.7 ppg, 4.2 rpg
Scout’s take: “Talented mid-range shooter who needs to become more consistent with his 3-point shot.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO VANDERBILT

20) Adam Flagler, 6-3, 170, SG, Fr., Presbyterian
Stats: 15.9 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 39% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Can score at all three levels — and can really shoot it. Good IQ, high character. Has to develop some more explosiveness and athleticism in some areas, especially defensively.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO BAYLOR

21) Noah Horchler, 6-8, 219, F, Jr., North Florida
Stats: 16.0 ppg, 9.3 rpg
Scout’s take: “Super-skilled post. Makes plays off pick-and-pop or slipping screens. Jump hook in the post, can step out and make 3s, good on the glass.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO PROVIDENCE

22) Antwann Jones, 6-6, 205, SG, Fr., Memphis
Stats: 4.7 ppg, 3.0 rpg
Scout’s take: “Strong wing. Tough, athletic, competes hard. Can get to the rim and finish through contact. Very good in the open court. Can guard multiple positions and get on the glass.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO CREIGHTON

23) Thomas Allen, 6-1, 185, SG, Soph., Nebraska
Stats: 8.7 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 2.0 apg
Scout’s take: “2-guard who shoots it well. Crafty off the bounce. Average defender.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NC STATE

24) Khavon Moore, 6-7, 215, SF, Fr., Texas Tech
Stats: Did not play as a freshman
Scout’s take: “Talented and versatile wing who does a little bit of everything.” 
Schools: COMMITTED TO CLEMSON

25) Rasir Bolton, 6-2, 180, G, Fr., Penn State
Stats: 11.6 ppg
Scout’s take: “Guard who can score in a variety of ways. Shoots it well from deep, but can also get to the basket.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO IOWA STATE

26) Darius McNeill, 6-3, 180, G, Soph., California
Stats: 11.0 ppg
Scout’s take: “Athletic combo guard that can play some point. Streaky shooter, but very good slashing in transition. Great quickness and anticipation on defense.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO SMU

27) Seventh Woods, 6-2, 185, G, Jr., North Carolina
Stats: 2.5 ppg
Scout’s take: “Super-athletic, but just wasn’t able to make it at North Carolina. He’s a combo guard who needs to play in transition to excel.” 
Schools: COMMITTED TO SOUTH CAROLINA

28) Jared Bynum, 5-10, 175, PG, Fr., Saint Joseph’s
Stats: 11.3 ppg, 4.5 apg, 3.6 rpg
Scout’s take: “He’s small but super crafty. If his jumper improves, he could be very, very good.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO PROVIDENCE

29) Nick Honor, 5-10, 190, G, Fr., Fordham
Stats: 15.3 ppg, 3.0 apg
Scout’s take: “Undersized, but stocky and sturdy. Changes speeds well and can stop on a dime. He could pull anytime, anywhere, without a second thought or hesitation. Increasing his percentages and numbers inside the three-point line will be important for him going forward.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO CLEMSON

30) Keve Aluma, 6-9, 230, PF, Soph., Wofford
Stats: 6.9 ppg, 6.8 rpg
Scout’s take: “Long and talented big man who stepped up and played big in the NCAA tourney. With a year sitting out, he could be a major factor for a high-major program.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO VIRGINIA TECH

31) Jemarl Baker, 6-4, 190, SG, RS Fr., Kentucky
Stats: 2.3 ppg
Scout’s take: “Utility guard who can stretch the defense and can make plays off the catch as well as create for teammates when he drives.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO ARIZONA

32) Chase Audige, 6-4, 190, SG, Fr., William & Mary
Stats: 9.6 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 2.4 apg, 37% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Long, athletic and can really guard. Really improved his jump shot from high school. Love his upside.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NORTHWESTERN

33) J’Raan Brooks, 6-9, 220, PF, Fr., USC
Stats: 2.0 ppg, 1.3 rpg
Scout’s take: “Skilled face-up 4-man who can make mid-range jump shots at a high rate and can also stretch the defense to the 3-point line.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO WASHINGTON

34) Desmond Cambridge, 6-4, 180, SG, Soph., Brown
Stats: 15.7 ppg, 3.8 rpg
Scout’s take: “Explosive athlete who can really fill it up. Streaky shooter and questionable shot selection does lead to low efficiency. Impacts the game at both ends with his length, athleticism and motor.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NEVADA

35) Jaedon Ledee, 6-9, 230, PF, Fr., Ohio State
Stats: 3.0 ppg, 1.7 rpg
Scout’s take: “Strong, physical, undersized post. Good mid-range jump shot and able to really draw fouls.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO TCU

36) Maurice Calloo, 6-9, 225, PF, Fr., Oklahoma State
Stats: 2.5 ppg, 1.6 rpg
Scout’s take: “Really talented offensively. Great size for a combo forward. Struggled shooting early, but has a good stroke. Needs to compete consistently.”
Schools: Nebraska (visited), UNLV, Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, Oregon, Cal, Vanderbilt

37) Terry Nolan, 6-2, 180, SG, Soph., George Washington
Stats: 10.6 ppg, 4.6 rpg
Scout’s take: “Guards multiple positions and rebounds well. Makes catch and shoot 3s. Needs to work on his handle and shot selection.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO BRADLEY

38) Dalano Banton, 6-8, 190, SF, Fr., Western Kentucky
Stats: 3.4 ppg, 3.0 rpg
Scout’s take: “Versatile guard who can play multiple positions. He played everything from 1 to 4. His best days are ahead of him. Poor man’s Kyle Anderson.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NEBRASKA

39) Nysier Brooks, 6-11, 240, C, Jr., Cincinnati
Stats: 8.1 ppg, 6.3 rpg
Scout’s take: “Big, strong and can really rebound. His strength is on the defensive end of the floor. Not much of a scorer.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO MIAMI

40) Teyvion Kirk, 6-4, 185, SG, Soph., Ohio
Stats: 14.1 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 2.5 apg
Scout’s take: “Scoring point/lead guard, great with floaters and mid-range scorer. Elite rebounder for his position. Posts up from point guard/2-guard spot, and has really good touch around the basket. Needs to improve his shooting and decision-making.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO COLORADO STATE

41) Victor Bailey Jr., 6-4, 180, G, Soph., Oregon
Stats: 7.4 ppg
Scout’s take: “I thought Dana Altman should have played him more. He has the size and can shoot it. I wouldn’t be surprised if he becomes a key player wherever he lands.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO TENNESSEE

42) JD Notae, 6-2, 180, G, Soph., Jacksonville
Stats: 15.5 ppg, 6.2 rpg
Scout’s take: “Erratic shooter, but can get hot and make a few in a roll. He plays bigger than his size, and that should help him at the higher level.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO ARKANSAS

43) Michael Weathers, 6-2, 180, SG, RS Soph., Oklahoma State
Stats: 9.2 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 2.1 apg
Scout’s take: “Combo guard with elite athleticism. Average shooter, but can get to the rim and finish. Can be elite defensively both on and off the ball.”
Schools: N/A

44) Isaiah Washington, 6-1, 195, PG, Soph., Minnesota
Stats: 4.3 ppg, 2.8 apg
Scout’s take: “Can break you down off the dribble and create his own shot. Has not shown he can consistently shoot the 3 or create for others. Showed flashes in some non-conference games. Struggles defensively and with effort at both ends off the ball.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO IONA

45) Marcus Shaver, 6-2, 185, G, Soph., Portland
Stats: 14.8 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 2.2 apg, 36% 3-pointers
Scout’s take: “Marcus has a natural ability to score the ball. He is so shifty and quick and impossible to keep in front of you. Defensively, he needs to keep the ball in front and use his great feet to defend without reaching and stabbing for the ball. He has a high IQ on both ends of the court.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO BOISE STATE

46) Cameron Tyson, 6-3, 185, SG, Fr., Idaho
Stats: 13.5 ppg, 43% 30-pointers
Scout’s take: “Can really, really shoot it. Elite-level shooter, but needs to work on the rest of his game.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO HOUSTON

47) Evan Gilyard, 6-0, 165, G, Soph., UTEP
Stats: 13.6 ppg, 3.1 rpg
Scout’s take: “Small, quick lefty guard. Can shoot it.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO NEW MEXICO STATE

48) Neftali Alvarez, 6-2, 165, PG, Fr., Fairfield
Stats: 11.5 ppg, 3.3 apg
Scout’s take: “Strong, solid point guard that can run a team. Better driver than shooter. Very good 15-foot stop-and-pop pull-up. Needs to work on 3-point shot.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO MERCER

49) Connor Vanover, 7-3, 225, C, Fr., California
Stats: 7.5 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 1.3 bpg
Scout’s take: “He’s a 7-foot-3 four-man who can absolutely shoot the hell out of it. Extremely skilled. Just needs to get stronger, but has the skill and ability to play at the next level.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO ARKANSAS

50) Javan Johnson, 6-7, 200, F, Soph, Troy
Stats: 10.4 ppg, 4.2 rpg
Scout’s take: “The kid has huge upside. No one knows much about him, but he will help a high-major. Has the size and skill.”
Schools: COMMITTED TO IOWA STATE

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