The Top College Basketball Transfers for 2022-23

Stadium’s Jeff Goodman reveals the top transfers in college basketball — with each selection featuring a scouting breakdown from an anonymous hoops insider.

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1) Kendric Davis, 6-0, 180, G, Jr., SMU – MEMPHIS
The Numbers: 19.4 ppg, 4.4 apg, 3.8 rpg, 37% 3-pointers (77-207)
The Scout: “Lightning-fast point guard with incredible change of speed. Elite in pick and roll as both a scorer and facilitator. He is a three-level scorer, with terrific finishing over and around help-defense. While he is a very capable three-point shooter, it can get inconsistent at times. Will need to continue to push his range back for the next level.”

2) Nijel Pack, 6-0, 180, G, Soph., Kansas State – MIAMI
The Numbers: 17.4 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 2.2 apg, 44% 3-pointers (95-218)
The Scout: “He’s one of the best shooters/scorers in the country. Dangerous with or without the ball, he can spot-up, run off screens, and do it on his own off the bounce. Also, an underrated playmaker and decision-maker.”

3) Tyrese Hunter, 6-0, 180, PG, Fr., Iowa State – TEXAS
The Numbers: 11.0 ppg, 4.9 apg, 27% 3-pointers
The Scout: “The kid can do everything right now except shoot it from deep. He can run a team, makes guys around him better and also gets into the lane. Can push it in transition, makes good decisions and is only going to get better.”

4) Kevin McCullar, 6-6, 210, G, Jr., Texas Tech – KANSAS
The Numbers: 10.1 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 3.1 apg
The Scout: “He doesn’t blow you away with anything, but he just does everything well. He can play the point, he can score when he needs to. He defends and just wins.”

5) Malachi Smith, 6-4, 205, G, Soph., Chattanooga – GONZAGA
The Numbers: 19.9 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 3.0 apg, 41% 3-pointers
The Scout: “Efficient scorer. Good size that can get to the basket and has good touch around the rim. Very good shooter from the perimeter and great rebounder from the guard spot.”

6) Johni Broome, 6-10, 235, PF, Fr., Morehead State – AUBURN
The Numbers: 16.8 ppg, 10.5 rpg, 3.9 bpg
The Scout: “Great touch around the basket. Terrific footwork. Can really pass out of the double team. Can defend multiple positions and erases shots at the rim. Has to work on scoring while facing up away from the basket, and extend his range.”

7) Pete Nance, 6-10, 225, PF, Sr., Northwestern – NORTH CAROLINA
The Numbers: 14.6 ppg, 6.5 rpg
The Scout: “Legit 6-10 with a 7-3 wingspan. Has become a very good 3-point shooter with his feet set. Very good IQ and excellent passer, can protect the rim. Best as a 5-out center. Doesn’t love contact, limited defender and struggles laterally.”

8) Baylor Scheierman, 6-6, 205, G, Soph, South Dakota State – CREIGHTON
The Numbers: 16.2 ppg, 7.8 rpg, 4.5 apg, 47% 3-pointers
The Scout: “Elite shooter, elite passer, has great size and can also get to the basket and make plays for himself and his teammates. The one weakness?  Defense. But he can do everything else.”

9) KJ Williams, 6-10, 245, PF, Jr., Murray State – LSU
The Numbers: 18.0 ppg, 8.4 rpg
The Scout: “Good ability to play inside and out. Has a traditional game back to the basket, but does a great job spacing the court as well. Improvement on guarding in space on the perimeter will be key for his future at the next level.”

10) Terrence Shannon Jr., 6-6, 215, SG, Jr., Texas Tech – ILLINOIS
The Numbers: 10.4 ppg, 38% 3-pointers (33-86)
The Scout: “Strong and athletic. Good size. Very good in the open floor, gets to the rim with his left hand and can really finish. Catch and shoot, has a one-two dribble pull-up.”

11) David Jones, 6-6, 195, F, Soph., DePaul – ST. JOHN’S
The Numbers: 14.5 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 30% 3-pointers (35-118)
The Scout: “Explosive player who can get hot from deep, hard to guard with his size and speed when getting downhill. Can be impulsive resulting in turnovers and poor shot selection.”

12) Brandon Murray, 6-5, 215, SF, Fr., LSU – GEORGETOWN
The Numbers: 10.0 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 34% 3-pointers (40-119)
The Scout: “Great motor and communicator, which makes him one of the better all-around defenders in college basketball on and off the ball. Big shot-maker who is at his best finishing in transition. As he continues to develop, his all-around offensive game and work ethic will help him become one of the top two-way players in America.”

13) Norchad Omier, 6-7, 232, PF, Fr., Arkansas State – MIAMI
The Numbers: 17.9 ppg, 12.2 rpg
The Scout: “Elite athleticism, strength and explosiveness with a very high-octane motor that makes him one of the best rebounders and finishers in all of college basketball. He improved his back-to-the-basket game and ability to make jump shots to 17-19 feet from his first to his second year in college. Considering he has only played organized basketball for three years, his basketball IQ, in-game feel and passing ability will only continue to improve with experience.”

14) Fardaws Aimaq, 6-11, 245, PF, RS Soph., Utah Valley – TEXAS TECH
The Numbers: 18.9 ppg, 13.6 rpg, 44% 3-pointers (20-46)
The Scout: “Great footwork and patience around the basket. Does a great job of reading the ball off the rim. Has to work on passing and seeing cutters.”

15) Mark Sears, 6-1, 185, PG, Soph., Ohio – ALABAMA
The Numbers: 19.7 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 4.1 apg, 41% 3-pointers (60-147)
The Scout: “Wired to score and very shifty getting into the lane. Great knack of getting to the free throw line. He’s a small guard that struggled against high-major athletes. Not a great team defender.”

16) Tristen Newton, 6-5, 190, SG, Soph., East Carolina – UCONN
The Numbers: 17.7 ppg, 5.0 apg, 4.8 rpg, 33% 3-pointers (48-144)
The Scout: “Elite offensive talent. Can pass and shoot at a high level. Must focus more on guarding. When he gains more strength, he will be lethal.”

17) Kyle Lofton, 6-3, 185, G, Sr., St. Bonaventure – FLORIDA
The Numbers: 12.8 ppg, 5.9 apg
The Scout: “He’s a terrific point guard because he does everything. Not a great shooter, but he’s a terrific defender who runs the team and gets everyone the ball where they need it.”

18) Andre Curbelo, 6-1, 175, PG, Soph., Illinois – ST. JOHN’S
The Numbers: 7.5 ppg, 3.2 apg, 18% 3-pointers (6-34)
The Scout: “He’s obviously a guy who can make the home-run play. His court vision is off the charts, but he still hasn’t become a reliable shooter and also struggles to make the easy play. He’ll have to become more consistent wherever he goes.”

19) Isiaih Mosley, 6-5, 195, G, Jr., Missouri State – MISSOURI
The Numbers: 20.4 ppg, 6.2 rpg
The Scout: “Mosley can really shoot it, and was a big-time scorer at our level. But I’m not sure he’s more than a good piece at the high-major level. Also, he’s not a very good defender.”

20) Will Richard, 6-5, 195, SG, Fr., Belmont – FLORIDA
The Numbers: 12.1 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 33% 3-pointers (47-144)
The Scout: “Good spot-up three-point shooter and rebounder on both ends. Good competitor who makes a lot of plays with natural ability and instinct. Needs to improve ball handling, shot selection and guarding one-on-one on the perimeter.”

21) Bryce Hopkins, 6-6, 220, F, Fr., Kentucky – PROVIDENCE
The Numbers: 2.1 ppg, 1.4 rpg
The Scout: “He didn’t get much time at Kentucky, but he’s talented. Was a top-50 recruit, and should have played more as a freshman for Cal. A little undersized and in-between positions, but he’s versatile, tough and can be an impact guy somewhere else.”

22) Osun Osunniyi, 6-10, 220, F, Sr., St. Bonaventure – IOWA STATE
The Numbers: 11.3 ppg, 7.5 rpg
The Scout: “He’s just a guy who can rebound, block shots and also score some around the basket. Does a lot of the dirty work.”

23) Jahmir Young, 6-1, 185, G, Jr., Charlotte – MARYLAND
The Numbers: 19.6 ppg, 5.9 rpg. 3.7 apg
The Scout: “Scores at all three levels. Improved as a decision-maker and playmaker over the last couple years. Needs continued growth as a playmaking point guard, and needs to improve [his] short mid-range floaters around the rim. Controls his matchup on the defensive end on a consistent basis.”

24) Emoni Bates, 6-9, 190, SF, Fr., Memphis – EASTERN MICHIGAN

The Numbers: 9.7 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 33% 3-pointers (25-76)
The Scout: “Came in with so much hype and struggled for much of the season. The talent is there, but he needs to get stronger and also needs to learn how to make better decisions. He also needs to take pride on the defensive end.”

25) Trevon Brazile, 6-9, 215, F, Fr., Missouri – ARKANSAS
The Numbers: 6.6 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 33% 3-pointers (11-33)
The Scout: “Elite athlete. Very good rebounder that plays hard on both ends of the court. Ability to step out and make threes. High ceiling.”

26) Jake Stephens, 6-11, 265, C, Sr., VMI – CHATTANOOGA
The Numbers: 19.6 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 2.0 bpg, 49% 3-pointers (74-151)
The Scout: “Very skilled big. Can really shoot the ball at a high level. Extremely long with 7’9″ wingspan. Very good passer and decision-maker for a center. [He] improved [his] post game, but can grow in this area. Needs to get more explosive and stronger.”

27) Courtney Ramey, 6-3, 185, G, Sr., Texas – ARIZONA
The Numbers: 9.4 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 35% 3-pointers (49-140)
The Scout: “Off-guard that can make shots, catch and shoot threes. Good pull-up shot to his right hand in one-on-one situations. Can defend when locked in. Better than-advertised athlete.”

28) Matthew Mayer, 6-9, 225, F, Sr., Baylor – ILLINOIS
The Numbers: 9.8 ppg, 5.0 rpg
The Scout: “He’s long and skilled, but just has never realized his potential. He shows glimpses, but just hasn’t consistently put it all together. But his versatility is intriguing.”

29) Souley Boum, 6-3, 160, G, Jr., UTEP – XAVIER
The Numbers: 19.8 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 2.9 apg, 37% 3-pointers (64-174)
The Scout: “He can really, really score, and his shot selection improved this year. He’s not a great passer, and can be a volume guy, but he can put the ball in the basket. He’s more of an undersized 2, and his size could be an issue at the high-major level.”

30) Dawson Garcia, 6-11, 230, F, Soph., North Carolina – MINNESOTA
The Numbers: 9.0 ppg, 5.5 rpg
The Scout: “He’s a versatile forward that just didn’t fit at North Carolina. I know he said he left to be closer to family, but I think there was more to it than just that. Garcia was more productive as a freshman, but was just a piece in Chapel Hill.

31) Jalen Bridges, 6-7, 220, F, RS Soph., West Virginia – BAYLOR
The Numbers: 8.4 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 33% 3-pointers (37-114)
The Scout: “Great catch and shoot guy, underrated rebounder. Needs to get in better shape, and play with a purpose. Tends to float, and let the game come to him. To get to the next level he needs to develop a nasty/bulldog mentality.”

32) Terry Roberts, 6-3, 180, G, Jr., Bradley – GEORGIA
The Numbers: 14.5 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 4.1 apg, 35% 3-pointers (40-116)
The Scout: “Big guard, great at getting downhill, is a very explosive player. Shoots the three well, so you have to play him honest. Was turnover prone and could get rattled at times, must learn to keep composure better.”

33) Grant Sherfield, 6-2, 190, G, Jr., Nevada – OKLAHOMA
The Numbers: 19.1 ppg, 6.4 apg, 4.2 rpg, 33% 3-pointers (45-135)
The Scout: “He does everything on the court. He’s a lead guard who can score from all three levels, can make his teammates better and also rebounds his position. Can be an impact guy just about anywhere.”

34) Noah Carter, 6-6, 230, F, Soph., Northern Iowa – MISSOURI
The Numbers: 15.0 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 30% 3-pointers (40-134)
The Scout: “Noah is a gifted offensive player with the ability to attack mismatches. He saw the most success posting smaller guards when defenses switched. Has great touch. Will need to work on his defensive footwork and speed to play the wing position. Can shoot, even though he only knocked in 29 percent of his threes this season.”

35) Manny Bates, 6-11, 230, PF, Jr., NC State – BUTLER
The Numbers: 9.8 ppg, 5.9 rpg (2020-21)
The Scout: “Excellent rim protector. Great timing when it comes to blocking shots and keeping the ball in play. High-percentage scorer who does not need or demand high-volume touches on offense. Not a great rebounder outside of his area. Somewhat foul prone when he has to play defense with his back to the basket. [There are] also questions about durability since he had surgery to repair both shoulders during his college years.”

36) Antonio Reeves, 6-6, 185, G, Jr., Illinois State – KENTUCKY
The Numbers: 20.1 ppg, 39% 3-pointers (76-195)
The Scout: “High-level ball skill and quickness for his size. Shot-maker with great touch. Needs to get stronger and add weight. Can play the 1 and the 2.”

37) Ricky Council IV, 6-6, 205, G, Soph., Wichita State – ARKANSAS
The Numbers: 12.0 ppg, 5.4 rpg
The Scout: “He’s an athletic wing who has a quick first step and can get to the basket, but will need to become a better perimeter shooter.”

38) Jalen Graham, 6-9, 220, PF, Jr., Arizona State – ARKANSAS
The Numbers: 9.9 ppg, 4.6 rpg
The Scout: “Excellent touch from 15 feet and in. Great footwork with an assortment of moves on the interior. Comfortable playing away from the hoop in DHO’s and pick and pop. Needs improvement on shooting range. Rotating shot blocker, but inconsistent defensively, especially away from the basket.”

39) Ben Vander Plas, 6-8, 230, F, Sr., Ohio – VIRGINIA
The Numbers: 14.2 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 3.1 apg, 34% 3-pointers (67-198)
The Scout: “Inside/out threat. Extremely versatile forward. Very good passer. Struggles guarding on the perimeter. Streaky shooter from 3.”

40) Sean McNeil, 6-3, 210, G, Sr., West Virginia – OHIO STATE
The Numbers: 12.2 ppg, 37% 3-pointers (57-155)
The Scout: “Shooter, shooter, shooter. McNeil can really stroke it, and has deep, deep range. That’s his biggest asset.”

41) Jaelin Llewellyn, 6-2, 185, G, Sr., Princeton – MICHIGAN
The Numbers: 15.7 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 39% 3-pointers (64-166)
The Scout: “Fast and athletic, has no trouble getting into the lane. Makes shots off the catch and off the dribble. Very good on-ball defender. Will need to improve decision-making and finishing in the paint at next level.”

42) Dominick Welch, 6-5, 205, G, Sr., St. Bonaventure – ALABAMA
The Numbers: 12.3 ppg, 6.0 rpg
The Scout: “He’s a big, strong wing who can put it on the floor and also can shoot it from long range. Welch is a good all-around player who can also defend multiple positions.”

43) Keion Brooks, 6-7, 210, F, Jr., Kentucky – WASHINGTON
The Numbers: 10.8 ppg, 4.4 rpg
The Scout: “He’s a guy who has improved, and showed the ability to score around the basket and in the mid-range, but he’s not able to step out and make shots from the perimeter. Good piece who could thrive somewhere else.”

44) Tyreke Key, 6-3, 205, G, Sr., Indiana State – TENNESSEE
The Numbers: 17.2 ppg, 5.3 rpg (2020-21)
The Scout: “Natural-born scorer, scores at will. Hits open shots, hits tough shots, gets to the rim, gets fouled.”

45) Jacob Grandison, 6-6, 210, SG, Sr., Illinois – DUKE
The Numbers: 9.6 ppg, 41% 3-pointers
The Scout: “Has size and can shoot it. That’s what he’ll bring to the table. That, and experience.”

46) Efton Reid, 7-0, 240, C, Fr., LSU – GONZAGA
The Numbers: 6.3 ppg, 4.3 rpg, 25% 3-pointers (5-20)
The Scout: “Extremely skilled for his size. Needs to get stronger, but has NBA potential due to his size and skill level. Below-the-rim athlete.”

47) Xavier Pinson, 6-2, 165, G, Sr., LSU – NEW MEXICO STATE
The Numbers: 9.8 ppg, 4.8 apg, 24% 3-pointers (24-99)
The Scout: “He was terrific before he got hurt last year. Still has to be more efficient, but definitely showed strides as a point guard.”

48) Eric Gaines, 6-2, 150, PG, Soph., LSU – UAB
The Numbers: 9.0 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 2.9 apg, 25% 3-pointers (20-80)
The Scout: “Great defender, one of the best in the country — both on and off the ball. A menace on that end. His offensive game needs some work. He needs to become a better decision-maker and also needs to become a better perimeter shooter.”

49) Brandon Huntley-Hatfield, 6-10, 245, PF, Fr., Tennessee – LOUISVILLE
The Numbers: 3.9 ppg
The Scout: “Huge build and some skill. Good passer, solid ball handler, with good length. Has to want to play around the rim more as he really just wants to shoot pull-ups and threes. Needs to be tougher around the rim.”

50) Alex Fudge, 6-8, 185, F, Fr., LSU – FLORIDA
The Numbers: 3.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg
The Scout: “His upside is through the roof. NBA athlete, but needs to work harder off the court and also has to learn the game and think the game more.”

51) Justice Hill, 6-0, 170, G, Soph., Murray State – LSU
The Numbers: 13.4 ppg, 5.1 apg, 36% 3-pointers (63-176)
The Scout: “Really quick, competitive guard. Really improved his shooting this past season. Became more of a floor general than a scoring point guard. Being consistent vocally will be key in the SEC.”

52) Cam Spencer, 6-4, 205, SG, Jr., Loyola Maryland – RUTGERS
The Numbers: 18.9 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 3.2 apg, 35% 3-pointers (59-167)
The Scout: “Great catch and shoot player. Excellent at using fakes to get his shot off. Very effective in the pick and roll creating for himself and others. Smart defensive player, but lateral quickness and guarding one-on-one can make him a liability.”

53) Desmond Cambridge, 6-4, 180, SG, Sr., Nevada – ARIZONA STATE
The Numbers: 16.2 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 37% 3-pointers (87-235)
The Scout: “High-level athlete. Tremendous passion for the game. Improved his shooting percentages through better shot selection the last three seasons.

54) Michael Jones, 6-5, 210, SG, Jr., Davidson – STANFORD
The Numbers: 11.8 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 42% 3-pointers (69-164)
The Scout: “Very good shooter that can get it off quick and get his feet set on the move in every way imaginable. A smart cutter and has developed an ability to score off the bounce with runners and floaters. Surprisingly versatile defender with a 7-plus-foot wingspan that can allow him to hang with superior athletes. Not very dynamic in terms of playmaking ability — so [he’s] a guy who would thrive in a system that uses him in a lot of off-the-ball actions and less on the ball.”

55) Jaylon Tyson, 6-6, 185, SF, Fr., Texas – TEXAS TECH
The Numbers: 1.8 ppg (8 games at Texas)
The Scout: “Former top recruit who didn’t last long at Texas because he wasn’t going to play much. Good size, and just one of those guys that will wind up doing a little bit of everything for Mark Adams.”

56) Noah Williams, 6-5, 195, G, Jr., Washington State – WASHINGTON
The Numbers: 9.5 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 26% 3-pointers (27-103)
The Scout: “Had a terrific sophomore season with a few big-time scoring performances, but didn’t take the next step this past year. Inconsistent shooter, but can get into the lane and make things happen. Needs to become more consistent overall.”

57) Jermaine Couisnard, 6-4, 210, G, Jr., South Carolina – OREGON
The Numbers: 12.0 ppg, 32% 3-pointers (40-124)
The Scout: “Good size and strength for his position, really good paint toucher. When balanced, he is a really good finisher at the rim. When he has time and space, he’s a threat beyond the three. Needs to take care of the ball better, has a tendency to turn it over.”

58) Emmanuel Akot, 6-8, 210, SG, Sr., Boise State – MEMPHIS
The Numbers: 10.6 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 2.8 apg, 39% 3-pointers (55-142)
The Scout: “Big, strong, athletic wing who defends and played some point this past season. His perimeter shot really improved — but he brings a team versatility.”

59) Tanner Holden, 6-6, 185, G, Jr., Wright State – OHIO STATE
The Numbers: 20.1 ppg, 7.1 rpg, 34% 3-pointers (14-41)
The Scout: “Strong, physical guard that can really score the ball. Elite scorer in transition and lives at the free throw line. His shooting can improve, although he shot a decent percentage from three in limited attempts. Needs to become a more engaged defender.”

60) Landers Nolley II, 6-7, 210, SG, Jr., Memphis – CINCINNATI
The Numbers: 9.8 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 34% 3-pointers (37-110)
The Scout: “Excellent shooter. Can put the ball on the floor. Needs to improve his finishing at the rim. Solid on-ball defender. Can improve his rebounding and weak-side defense.”

61) D’Moi Hodge, 6-4, 180, G, Sr., Cleveland State – MISSOURI
The Numbers: 15.4 ppg, 34% 3-pointers (61-181)
The Scout: “Excellent shooter from deep with a quick release. Great at cutting off the ball. Sneaky athlete that defensively can get in passing lanes for easy steals. Needs to work on his ball-handling in order for him to be able to create his own shot off the bounce.”

62) Elijah Harkless, 6-3, 195, G, Sr., Oklahoma – UNLV
The Numbers: 10.0 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 32% 3-pointers (32-99)
The Scout: “Very tough on-ball defender. Plays with chip on his shoulder. Needs to work on his off-the-ball defense. Streaky scorer who can get it rolling. Has to do better job of taking care of the ball.”

63) Devin Carter, 6-3, 190, G, Fr., South Carolina – PROVIDENCE
The Numbers: 9.0 ppg, 27% 3-pointers (16-60)
The Scout: “Downhill driver, tremendous going to his right. Excels in the open court. Needs to improve going left and needs to improve his jump shot beyond the three-point line. Pretty good on-ball defender, good rebounder for his position.”

64) KC Ndefo, 6-7, 195, F, Sr., Saint Peter’s – SETON HALL
The Numbers: 10.5 ppg, 6.1 rpg
The Scout: “He doesn’t shoot it great, but he’s a guy who plays hard, can score around the basket and from mid-range and also is a big-time shot-blocker.”

65) Umoja Gibson, 6-1, 170, G, Sr., Oklahoma – DEPAUL
The Numbers: 13.3 ppg
The Scout: “He’s an experienced guard who can really shoot the ball from deep. That’s his biggest asset – shooting. Can get to the line, but needs to do it more.”

66) De’Vion Harmon, 6-2, 200, G, Jr., Oregon – TEXAS TECH
The Numbers: 10.8 ppg
The Scout: “Streaky shooter, but he’s wired to put the ball in the basket. Small, but strong and can get to the basket and finish.”

67) Donald Carey, 6-5, 190, G, Sr., Georgetown – MARYLAND
The Numbers: 13.5 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 2.9 apg
The Scout: “Carey can really shoot it, but he’s also capable of finishing around the hoop. He’s a guy who has bounced around a bit, but he can definitely help a high-major – he just can’t be the guy for a winning team.”

68) DJ Burns, 6-9, 275, C, Jr., Winthrop – NC STATE
The Numbers: 15.0 ppg
The Scout: “He’s a big man who can score around the basket, but he needs to become a better rebounder. That’s an area that’s already an issue for him, and if he goes high-major, it’ll be even tougher.” 

69) Ali Ali, 6-8, 195, F, Jr., Akron – BUTLER
The Numbers: 13.9 ppg, 41% 3-pointers (48-118)
The Scout: “Very skilled, great feel and really high basketball IQ. Good three-point shooter, but prefers to post mismatches. Good team defender that can defend multiple positions. Doesn’t rebound for his size and tends to struggle with like-size and more physical matchups.”

70) Qudus Wahab, 6-11, 240, C, Jr., Maryland – GEORGETOWN
The Numbers: 7.7 ppg, 5.6 rpg
The Scout: “Big man whose biggest strength is his ability to alter shots. Was far more effective at Georgetown, but the culture at Maryland may have played a part in his struggle. He needs to go somewhere that fits him and what he does.”

71) Tyree Appleby, 6-1, 165, G, Sr., Florida – WAKE FOREST
The Numbers: 10.9 ppg, 3.7 apg, 34% 3-pointers (65-190)
The Scout: “Fearless shot-maker that can really create for himself and others. When he’s on, he’s one of the better guards in the SEC. Not a true point guard, can be careless — bordering on reckless at times with his decision-making. Would be better suited off the ball as a scorer versus running a team.”

72) Femi Odukale, 6-5, 185, G, Soph., Pittsburgh – SETON HALL

The Numbers: 10.8 ppg, 3.4 apg, 33% 3-pointers (30-91)
The Scout: “Great size for a point guard, has a knack for getting by people off the dribble. Needs to become a more consistent jump shooter.”

73) Frankie Collins, 6-1, 185, PG, Fr., MichiganARIZONA STATE
The Numbers: 2.8 ppg, 1.4 apg
The Scout: “He didn’t play a ton, but is athletic, quick and can make people around him better. Size may be a little bit of an issue, but I think he’s a guy who will be a quality PG when given the opportunity.”

74) Dexter Dennis, 6-5, 210, G, Jr., Wichita State – TEXAS A&M
The Numbers: 8.4 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 30% 3-pointers (35-118)
The Scout: “Elite defender. SEC-level athlete. Needs to be a more consistent shooter. Can make an open three. Two-dribble pull-up guy.”

75) Morris Udeze, 6-8, 245, PF, Jr., Wichita State – NEW MEXICO
The Numbers: 10.2 ppg, 6.1 rpg
The Scout: “Really runs the floor well. Good, quick scorer with his back to the basket. Can face up and drive. Gets fouled. Makes free throws. Defensively, he’s foul prone. Needs to be a better rebounder. Good IQ.”

76) Dre Davis, 6-5, 220, G, Jr., Louisville – SETON HALL
The Numbers: 7.4 ppg, 21% 3-pointers (11-53)
The Scout: “Tough, physical wing. Has some skill off the bounce. Really comfortable and effective in the post with back to basket. Can move his feet and use his length defensively. Has shot it poorly from deep so far in his career. Not an elite athlete.”

77) Ryan Young, 6-10, 240, C, Jr., Northwestern – DUKE
The Numbers: 9.0 ppg, 4.2 rpg
The Scout: “Great low-post scorer with excellent footwork and post moves. Is very skilled and can be a featured player offensively. Has to continue to develop strength in his lower base.”

78) Jarod Lucas, 6-4, 195, G, Jr., Oregon State – NEVADA
The Numbers: 13.5 ppg, 39% 3-pointers (73-189)
The Scout: “Deep range from three. Can score off the bounce. Excellent free throw shooter. Needs to create more for others.”

79) Keeshawn Barthelemy, 6-2, 170, G, Soph., Colorado – OREGON
The Numbers: 11.1 ppg, 35% 3-pointers (43-124)
The Scout: “Really explosive in the open court. Fast. Can go by you AND can shoot it. Manipulates and reads ball screens well. Lacks willingness to make tough plays.”

80) Al-Amir Dawes, 6-2, 185, G, Jr., Clemson – SETON HALL
The Numbers: 11.3 ppg, 40% 3-pointers (84-211)
The Scout: “Scoring guard. Very good shooter — both catch and shoot, and off the bounce.
Tenacious on-ball defender. Has courage and has made big shots in big moments. Decision-making in paint and off-ball awareness at both ends are improvement areas for him.”

81) Erik Stevenson, 6-3, 200, G, Sr., South Carolina – WEST VIRGINIA
The Numbers: 11.6 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 33% 3-pointers (60-180)
The Scout: “He’s bounced around a good amount, but he can put the ball in the basket. Can be a high-volume guy, but he’s able to score from all three levels.”

82) Sam Griesel, 6-6, 215, SG, Jr., North Dakota State – NEBRASKA
The Numbers: 14.3 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 38% 3-pointers (22-58)
The Scout: “Big guard that uses his body well. Outside shot has improved greatly. Good athlete, but not a great one. Tremendous offensive rebounder, just has a knack for finding the ball. Needs to get better handling the ball against pressure, especially at a higher level.”

83) Dae Dae Grant, 6-2, 180, G, Jr., Miami (OH) – DUQUESNE
The Numbers: 17.5 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 4.1 apg, 34% 3-pointers (70-204)
The Scout: “Versatile scorer. Excellent three-point shooter. Effective in ball screen. Good vision and passer. Has to work on quickness and ability to finish at the rim.”

84) Nahiem Alleyne, 6-4, 195, G, Jr., Virginia Tech – UCONN
The Numbers: 9.6 ppg, 38% 3-pointers (62-166)
The Scout: “Great catch and shoot, and one- or two-dribble pull-up guy. Very good individual and team defender. Limited off-the-dribble creating.”

85) Andre Kelly, 6-9, 255, PF, Sr., Cal – UCSB
The Numbers: 13.4 ppg, 8.4 rpg
The Scout: “His biggest strength is his ability to score on the block. He has great hands and finishes well around the rim. Although he is undersized as a 5, he rebounds at a good rate but is slow laterally and at times struggles to defend his position.”

86) Meechie Johnson, 6-2, 175, G, Soph., Ohio St. – SOUTH CAROLINA
The Numbers: 4.4 ppg, 32% 3-pointers (27-84)
The Scout: “He’s talented, but I’m not sure what he really is. He’s not a point and doesn’t shoot it well enough to be a 2. He’ll need to work on either his decision-making or his perimeter shot, because right now he’s a backup guard for a tourney team.”

87) Franck Kepnang, 6-11, 225, PF, Soph., Oregon – WASHINGTON
The Numbers: 4.7 ppg, 3.1 rpg
The Scout: “He was a big-time recruit, but just didn’t get enough playing time. Can rebound and block shots, but he’s not much of a factor on the offensive end.”

88) Tre Mitchell, 6-9, 220, PF, Jr., Texas – WEST VIRGINIA
The Numbers: 8.7 ppg, 4.0 rpg
The Scout: “Was dominant in the A-10, but just a piece in the Big 12. He’s skilled, but not very athletic and that’s why he’s probably more suited to go back to the A-10 level.”

89) Eric Williams, 6-7, 200, F, Sr., OregonSAN DIEGO
The Numbers:
8.4 ppg, 4.6 rpg
The Scout: 
He’s a guy who can fill a role for a high-major program. Was solid at Oregon, but doesn’t know any one thing great. Does a bunch of things well.”

90) Samuell Williamson, 6-7, 210, SF, Jr., Louisville – SMU
The Numbers: 5.6 ppg, 3.7 rpg
The Scout: “Was a big-time recruit coming out of high school, but struggled in his time at Louisville. Looks the part, but just hasn’t been able to put it together. Will need to become a better shooter and a better finisher.”

91) Marcus Hammond, 6-2, 160, PG, Sr., Niagara – NOTRE DAME
The Numbers: 18.1 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 2.9 apg, 37% 3-pointers (68-184)
The Scout: “Small, but can really score. Can shoot it from deep, and is able to get into the lane and make things happen. The question is whether he can do that at a bigger league.”

92) Grant Basile, 6-9, 225, PF, Sr., Wright State – VIRGINIA TECH
The Numbers: 18.4 ppg, 8.5 rpg, 28% 3-pointers (39-138)
The Scout: “He’s a guy who can score in the paint and also rebounds at a high level, but he could struggle at the higher level. Will need to become a better shooter and also need to work on his defense.”

93) Noah Locke, 6-3, 205, G, Jr., Louisville – PROVIDENCE
The Numbers: 9.6 ppg, 34% 3-pointers (68-199)
The Scout: “He’s considered a big-time shooter, but struggled at times to make them from deep last season. But the bottom line is he’s a threat every time he touches the ball from deep.”

94) David Jenkins Jr., 6-2, 195, G, Sr., Utah – PURDUE
The Numbers: 8.5 ppg, 40% 3-pointers (53-134)
The Scout: “He’s a strong guard who can get to the basket and finish, but you have to guard him on the three-point line. Shoots it extremely well from beyond the arc.”

95) Darin Green Jr., 6-4, 185, G, Sr., UCF – FLORIDA STATE
The Numbers: 13.3 ppg, 39% 3-pointers (87-226)
The Scout: “He can really shoot it from deep. That’s what he’ll bring to the table for wherever he goes. Will be a floor-spacer.”

96) Jaren Holmes, 6-54, 210, G, Sr., St. Bonaventure – IOWA STATE
The Numbers: 13.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg
The Scout: “Highest level intangibles. Great at playing downhill. Needs to make open shots more consistently.”

97) Isaac Likekele, 6-5, 215, G, Sr., Oklahoma State – OHIO STATE
The Numbers: 7.1 ppg, 5.1 rpg
The Scout: “Strong, Physical and  Position-less. Competes at a high level.  Guards multiple positions. Struggles shooting from the perimeter. Continue work at the free throw line.”

98) Jarkel Joiner, 6-1, 180, G, Sr., Ole MissNC STATE
The Numbers: 13.2 ppg, 34% 3-pointers (35-103)
The Scout: “Has a great ability to score. He will be one of the best mid-range shooters in the ACC and no one will out work him. He needs to work on making his teammates better – Especially off ball screens and making the right reads.”

99) Jao Ituka, 6-1, 195, G, Fr., MaristWAKE FOREST
The Numbers: 15.3 ppg, 41% 3-pointers
The Scout: “Jao is a strong, physical guard who is excellent at playing downhill.  He knows how to use his body and strength to finish in the paint.”

100) Jaiden Delaire, 6-9, 215, F, Sr., Stanford – SAN DIEGO
The Numbers: 10.1 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 32% 3-pointers (21-65)
The Scout: “6-9 with great ball skills, can really score off the bounce, slashing to the rim. 7’2″ wingspan and uses his length to his advantage in many ways. Needs to continue to improve his shooting from three.”

101) Ta’lon Cooper, 6-4, 190, Jr., G, Morehead State – MINNESOTA
The Numbers: 9.1 ppg, 5.9 apg, 4.5 rpg, 33% 3-pointers (40-120)
The Scout: “High-IQ guard that can play the 1, 2 and 3 position. Great size, which allows him the ability to see the floor. A coach on the floor. Solid defender who uses length vs. lateral quickness. Has to work on finishing at the basket and improve three-point percentage.”

102) Trae Hannibal, 6-2, 220, G, Soph., Murray State – LSU
The Numbers: 9.2 ppg, 5.1 rpg
The Scout: “Bully guard who gets downhill. Tough and athletic, great ability to finish around the rim. Has to become a better shooter from three.”


• Second school in ALL CAPS is player’s new team.
• Stats listed are from 2021-22 season unless noted otherwise.

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