College Basketball’s Top 101 Transfers for 2021

    Our Jeff Goodman ranks them from one to 101.

    August 21, 2021

    We’ve seen a record-setting number of transfers this year. Some of it is attributed to a new one-time transfer rule in which players transferring for the first time no longer have to sit out, but the spike was also fueled by a rash of seniors who entered the portal after being given another year of eligibility by the NCAA.

    Here are the top 101 transfers that hit the portal this year, with each ranking including an anonymous quote from a coach who either worked with or played against the respective player.

    [RELATED: College Basketball’s 2021 Transfer List]

    1) Marcus Carr, 6-2, 195, G, Jr., Minnesota – TEXAS
    Stats: 19.4 ppg, 4.9 apg, 4.0 rpg
    “Tough, aggressive point guard who loves to play in attack mode. Difficult to stop in pick and roll due to his physicality and downhill mindset towards the rim — draws fouls at high rate. Capable of making the right reads and making winning plays on or off the ball. Can take and make very difficult shots, and has shown an eagerness to have the ball in his hands down the stretch and make big shots. Needs to grow in shot selection, and his off-the-ball defense. Instead of always making big plays, he needs to focus on making the next ‘right’ play.”

    2) Tre Mitchell, 6-9, 240, C, Soph., UMass – TEXAS
    Stats: 18.8 ppg, 7.2 rpg
    “Great footwork and hands, unreal feel around the basket. Shoots threes and can really pass. Needs to improve his ability to guard pick and rolls — and with moving his feet. Also needs to evolve into an elite-level rebounder.”

    3) Remy Martin, 6-0, 175, G, Sr., Arizona State – KANSAS
    Stats: 19.1 ppg, 3.7 apg, 35% 3-pointers
    “High-volume scorer who doesn’t show away from the big moment. Really special in transition. Not a pass-first point guard and has trouble with length and size. Streaky 3-point shooter.”

    4) Quincy Guerrier, 6-7, 220, F, Soph., Syracuse – OREGON
    Stats: 13.7 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 31% 3-pointers
    “Big-time matchup problem because of his strength and size. Versatile forward who rebounds at a high level. Needs to become more of a consistent shooter.”

    5) Walker Kessler, 7-1, 245, PF, Fr., North Carolina – AUBURN
    Stats: 4.4 ppg, 3.2 rpg
    “Long, good athlete, runs the floor well, capable shot blocker, defends the pick and roll well. Needs to get tougher around the basket. Wants to be a stretch five that will need to show that he can hit threes consistently.”

    6) James Akinjo, 6-1, 185, PG, Jr., Arizona – BAYLOR
    Stats: 15.6 ppg, 5.4 apg, 41% 3-pointers
    “Strong with the ball, has it on a string, low turnover guy. Will use his physicality to wear down a defense. Really improved his perimeter shooting and made it a weapon. Defensively, [he] can get after guys. Sometimes plays too much 1-on-1 and doesn’t realize it’s a five-man game. Struggles to finish from two and at the rim. Not an explosive vertical athlete, so he relies on tough twos and that can affect his percentage.”

    7) Timmy Allen, 6-6, 200, F, Jr., Utah – TEXAS
    Stats: 17.2 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 3.9 apg, 27% 3-pointers
    “Competitive, physical scorer but not a shooter. Smart and [a] high-IQ [player]. Not much of an athlete, but loves his craft and finds a way.”

    8) Marreon Jackson, 6-1, 200, G, Sr., Toledo – ARIZONA STATE
    Stats: 18.1 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 5.9 apg, 35% 3-pointers
    “He’s a big-game player who loves the moment. Going to take and make the big shot when you need him to. If he can clean up turnovers and make better decisions with the ball, he has a chance to be one of the best point guards in the country.”

    9) Adam Miller, 6-3, 180, G, Fr., Illinois – LSU
    Stats: 8.3 PPG, 34% 3-pointers
    “Can score on all three levels. Good shooter with a quick release and range. Grew as a defender over the course of his freshman season. Solid in ball screens, but an area to continue to grow in. Just an okay athlete, speed and verticality wise. Not a great handler. Needs to rebound better, create for others and also get to the line more.”

    10) Qudus Wahab, 6-11, 240, C, Soph., Georgetown – MARYLAND
    Stats: 12.7 ppg, 8.2 rpg, 1.6 bpg
    “Can score with his back to the basket in traffic, good shot-blocker and runs the floor well for someone his size. Can also face up and make the 17-foot jump shot. Needs to work on passing out of double teams, defending ball screens at the point of attack and the recovery to his man. Although his court awareness has improved, it is still a little behind.”

    11) Caleb Mills, 6-3, 180, G, Soph., Houston – FLORIDA STATE
    Stats (2019-20): 13.2 ppg, 37% 3-pointers
    “Elite bucket-getter at all three levels, and a monster in isolations. Really good at denying wings. Needs to improve his ability to play well in a system, and struggles to defend strong downhill guards.”

    12) Kevin Obanor, 6-8, 225, PF, Jr., Oral Roberts – TEXAS TECH
    Stats: 18.7 ppg, 9.6 rpg, 46% 3-pointers
    “He’s a skilled forward who can shoot the ball from the perimeter, can score around the basket and also rebounds at a high level. He also did it for a team that didn’t just get to the NCAA tourney, but won when it mattered most.”

    13) Dylan Disu, 6-9, 220, PF, Soph., Vanderbilt – TEXAS
    Stats: 15.0 ppg, 9.2 rpg, 37% 3-pointers
    “Versatile and long front-court player, plays with an edge, competitive, rebounds really well, chases balls and attacks 50/50 rebounds. Has the ability to stretch the defense as a shooter, pick-and-pop threat. Fast and active, finds scores [by] running the rim or on cuts. Valuable defender because of versatility to guard fours and fives and still rebound at a high level.”

    14) Dawson Garcia, 6-11, 230, PF, Fr., Marquette – NORTH CAROLINA
    Stats: 13.0 ppg, 6.6 rpg
    “Had a terrific freshman season and was a big-time recruit coming into Marquette. Can step out and make shots from deep, but is also more than capable of scoring around the basket. Can also be effective on the glass.”

    15) Garrison Brooks, 6-10, 240, C, Sr., North Carolina – MISSISSIPPI STATE
    Stats: 10.2 ppg, 6.9 rpg
    “Good post and pick and roll defender. Smart, good mid-range shooter, solid rebounder, capable low-post scorer. Not the best athlete, struggled with great athletes [and] mobile four-men. Poor free throw shooter.”

    16) Kellan Grady, 6-5, 205, SG, Sr., Davidson – KENTUCKY
    Stats: 17.1 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 38% 3-pointers
    “Really crafty finisher, excellent cutter off the ball and was a big shot-taker at Davidson — wanted to take it. Also didn’t play a lot in ball screens at Davidson. Improved defensively, guarded the best player on the opposing team. Not super-fast twitch or explosive, not extremely physical.”

    17) Sahvir Wheeler, 5-10, 180, PG, Soph., Georgia – KENTUCKY
    Stats: 14.0 ppg, 7.4 apg, 23% 3-pointers
    “Can really handle the ball, is very quick and can finish layups in traffic against bigger players. Needs to cut down his turnovers and also has to be able to make open threes. Has to be able to make defenses pay when they play off him.”

    18) Jayden Gardner, 6-7, 235, F, Jr., East Carolina – VIRGINIA
    Stats: 18.3 ppg, 8.3 rpg
    “Very confident scorer, an effective face-up offensive player from 18-feet and in. To make his offensive arsenal more complete, he needs to extend his range to become a viable threat from three. Like a lot of scoring-minded players, must commit more on the defensive end.”

    19) Oscar Tshiebwe, 6-9, 260, C, Soph., West Virginia – KENTUCKY
    Stats: 8.5 ppg, 7.8 rpg
    “High motor, energy guy. Good rebounder, scores on drop-offs and offensive rebounds. Limited with his offensive game. Has a tough time finishing over size.”

    20) Earl Timberlake, 6-6, 215, SG, Fr., Miami – MEMPHIS
    Stats: 9.3 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 29% 3-pointers
    “Powerful body, unselfish player, can make plays in pick and roll for himself and others. Strong finisher, willing defender. Really needs to improve his perimeter shot.”

    21) De’Vion Harmon, 6-2, 200, G, Soph., Oklahoma – OREGON
    Stats: 12.9 ppg, 33% 3-pointers
    “Can finish in the paint, plays hard and is a tremendous on-ball defender. Not a true point guard, thinks ‘score’ too often. Above-average athlete, needs to work on his understanding of time-and-score situations.”

    22) Matt Bradley, 6-4, 220, SG, Jr., California – SAN DIEGO STATE
    Stats: 18.0 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 36% 3-pointers
    “He can score, is a volume shot-taker, but is not afraid to take big shots. Had the green light at Cal and they created scoring opportunities in a variety of ways for him. Very turnover prone and an average defender.”

    23) Christian Bishop, 6-7, 220, PF, Jr., Creighton – TEXAS
    Stats: 11.0 ppg, 6.4 rpg
    “Mobile, athletic, good ball-screen and dive guy. Finishes above the rim, efficient offensive player, elite ball-screen ‘D’ guy. Has to improve his perimeter shot.”

    24) DeVante’ Jones, 6-1, 200, PG, Jr., Coastal Carolina – MICHIGAN
    Stats: 19.3 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 37% 3-pointers
    “Tough and really competes. Scores, but has good instincts and vision. I think he’ll be more of a complete point guard with more talent around him. Can be a really good piece on a winning high-major team. Has an old-man game, and doesn’t get sped up. Elite floater with a slow release on his 3-point shot, but he can make them.”

    25) Tyson Walker, 6-0, 160, PG, Soph., Northeastern – MICHIGAN STATE
    Stats: 18.8 ppg, 4.8 apg, 35% 3-pointers
    “Undersized guard, jet-quick, ultra-competitive and a magician with the ball in his hands. Gets wherever he wants off the bounce, and is elite in ball screens. Equally good at scoring or creating for others. Has an extremely high IQ. Can get a little banged up at times due to his size. Can be a very disruptive defender, gets a lot of steals with quick hands and feet, but is small and can struggle at times with bigger matchups.”

    26) Jalen Pickett, 6-4, 200, PG, Jr., Siena – PENN STATE
    Stats: 12.9 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 4.8 apg, 36% 3-pointers
    “High basketball IQ, has good bounce and can also shoot threes off the bounce and has a nice turnaround in the paint. Struggles with length and athleticism, and also finishing at the rim. Also needs to improve his ability to communicate.”

    27) Bryce Thompson, 6-5, 190, SG, Fr., Kansas – OKLAHOMA STATE
    Stats: 4.6 ppg, 22% 3-pointers
    “Tough, competitive and can make shots from mid-range. Good on-ball defender. Needs to improve his shot from three and doesn’t have a great handle. Good work ethic and high-character.”

    28) Emanuel Miller, 6-7, 210, F, Soph., Texas A&M – TCU
    Stats: 16.2 ppg, 8.2 rpg
    “Can be an elite-level rebounder. Great defensive versatility. Straight-line driver who can play through contact, and gets fouled at a high rate. Needs to improve his ability to shoot on the perimeter.”

    29) Justin Powell, 6-6, 205, G, Fr., Auburn – TENNESSEE
    Stats: 11.7 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 4.7 apg, 44% 3-pointers
    “Excellent 3-point shooter, can score in bunches. His size gives him the ability to see over the defense in ball screens and on penetration, making him a high-level facilitator. Size and nose for the ball make him a good rebounder for a PG. Defensively, he can’t keep his matchup in front, and shies away from contact and physicality. Offensively, he struggles to finish around the rim and is turnover prone when there’s ball pressure.”

    30) Marcus Williams, 6-2, 180, G, Fr., Wyoming – TEXAS A&M
    Stats: 14.8 ppg, 4.3 apg, 33% 3-pointers
    “Shifty, quick and explosive with the ball. Really good vision and feel, and has an ability to get to spots and score. Can pass and see it at a high level, but needs to pass more than score for his team to excel. Needs to shoot more consistent from three. Loses interest and is a defensive liability.”

    31) Liam Robbins, 7-0, 235, C, Jr., Minnesota – VANDERBILT
    Stats: 11.7 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 2.7 bpg
    “Has some great tools for a player with his size. Can run the floor rim to rim very well. Great hands and footwork, with an excellent first step [while] attacking the rim in the face-up game. Brings great space to the offense with his 3-point shooting ability and passing. Also great with blocking and changing shots on the defensive end. Doesn’t just love to post the low block back to the basket and his development there would optimize mismatches [that] a talent like him creates. Has a propensity to foul.”

    32) Chris Lykes, 5-7, 160, PG, Sr., Miami – ARKANSAS
    Stats: 15.5 ppg, 5.5 apg
    “Explosive offensive player, especially in transition. Really a two-guard in a small point guard body. Shoots it from deep, can use drag pick and rolls in transition for threes. High-level shooter off the bounce, can really leverage speed in open court. Will defend ball hard full court — when engaged. His size makes it very difficult for him to switch. Non-factor off the ball defensively, has a hard time making plays for others in half-court situations. Not a great finisher.”

    33) Boogie Ellis, 6-3, 180, G, Soph., Memphis – USC
    Stats: 10.2 ppg, 39% 3-pointers
    “Athletic scoring guard who shot the ball well from deep this past season. Can make shots off the dribble, can get to the basket and needs to work on his decision-making and also ability to finish.”

    34) Noah Locke, 6-3, 200, SG, Jr., Florida – LOUISVILLE
    Stats: 10.6 ppg, 40% 3-pointers
    “Great shot-maker off the dribble or catch. Crafty one- to two-dribble pull-up in the mid-range area. Excels in hunting shots in transition. Two glaring weaknesses are finishing around the rim and pick and roll reads.”

    35) Myreon Jones, 6-3, 180, G, Jr., Penn State – FLORIDA
    Stats: 15.3 ppg, 40% 3-pointers
    “Explosive scorer with tremendous range from three. Has the ability to score in bunches and make difficult shots. Fantastic mid-range game. Very high basketball IQ. Needs to get stronger in order to finish around the rim. Not a bad finisher but not an elite finisher either. Needs to be tougher in ball-screen action on the defensive end and also in rebounding.”

    36) Xavier Pinson, 6-2, 170, PG, Jr., Missouri – LSU
    Stats: 13.6 ppg, 34% 3-pointers
    “Tough, quick guard who does most of his damage getting into the lane. Streaky shooter. Needs to become a better defender and also has to work on running the team.”

    37) Fatts Russell, 5-10, 165, PG, Sr., Rhode Island – MARYLAND
    Stats: 14.7 ppg, 4.5 apg, 4.5 rpg
    “Natural elite scorer in a number of ways, who loves the big moment and the big game. I just worry about his size in the Big Ten.”

    38) Tanner Groves, 6-9, 235, PF, Jr., Eastern Washington – OKLAHOMA
    Stats: 17.2 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 35% 3-pointers
    “High-level offensive player who can shoot it, post up and finish around the rim. Loves using angles and sealing inside for finishes. Solid passer who can get sped up at times if teams are physical with him. Solid with ball-screen defense and moves his feet well.”

    39) Xavier Johnson, 6-3, 200, G, Jr., Pittsburgh – INDIANA
    Stats: 14.2 ppg, 5.7 apg, 32% 3-pointers
    “Big-time speed, [very] competitive. Good size, athletic ability and strength. Can get into the paint off ball screens and does a good job pushing the ball in transition. Can create for others, will play physical — takes charges and makes free throws. Can play too fast, which leads to bad decisions and can get lost on defense at times. His competitiveness gets the best of him at times, which also can lead to him playing 1-on-1.”

    40) Jacob Young, 6-2, 185, G, Sr., Rutgers – OREGON
    Stats: 14.1 ppg, 3.4 apg, 37% 3-pointers
    “Good athlete, can shoot it from deep and also get to the basket and finish. Needs to improve decision-making. Small.”

    41) CJ Fredrick, 6-3, 195, SG, Soph., Iowa – KENTUCKY
    Stats: 7.5 ppg, 47% 3-pointers
    “Offensively, he is a mistake-free player, 3.5 to 1 assist to turnover ratio. Excellent shot-fake ability to get in lane, and better creating for other people than for himself. Excellent 3-point shooter with deep range,[he’s] better catch and shoot than off-dribble. Average ball handler, doesn’t get to the rim effectively, passes up shots when open too often. Not always ready to shoot coming off screens. Better than average defender, tends to leak out instead of rebounding.”

    42) Nimari Burnett, 6-4, 190, G, Fr., Texas Tech – ALABAMA
    Stats: 5.3 ppg, 17% 3-pointers
    “He’s got a confidence and a swagger, but he needs time to mature. Not overly quick. Has a feel for the game, knows how to play. But he needs to tighten up his handle, and make shots.”

    43) Devin Askew, 6-3, 200, PG, Fr., Kentucky – TEXAS
    Stats: 6.5 ppg, 2.9 apg, 28% 3-pointers
    “Competitive, wants to win, great teammate. He doesn’t have that burst, but he’s a big, strong, solid player who needs to have offensive weapons around him.”

    44) K.D. Johnson, 6-1, 190, G, Fr., Georgia – AUBURN
    Stats: 13.5 ppg, 39% 3-pointers
    “Big, strong guard who came off the bench, but scored in a variety of ways. Can shoot it from deep, can put it on the floor and can finish around the hoop.”

    45) Paul Atkinson, 6-10, 220, PF, Jr., Yale – NOTRE DAME
    Stats: 17.6 ppg, 7.3 rpg
    “Can really score. Post game is high level, has excellent touch on his jump hook, can make it with either hand and has a ton of moves in the post with excellent footwork. Much stronger than he looks. Needs to improve his outside shooting, but showed flashes of that, too. Very unselfish, a skilled passer and smart, physical defender.”

    46) Stanley Umude, 6-6, 210, SG, Sr., South Dakota – ARKANSAS
    Stats: 21.6 ppg, 7.0 rpg
    “Very talented offensive player. Has ability to take over games at that end. Great mid-range game. Always the best athlete on the floor in the Summit League — SEC will be a jump. Mismatch problem offensively. Needs to find a way to impact the game when the ball isn’t in his hands. Has to improve on the defensive end.”

    47) Myles Johnson, 6-11, 255, C, Jr., Rutgers – UCLA
    Stats: 8.0 ppg, 8.5 rpg, 2.4 bpg
    “Great defender that uses his length to create havoc on defense. He’s a good low-post 1-on-1 scorer with great hands. Very good offensive rebounder, very good passer with a high basketball IQ. Free throw shooting was a problem for him, and he doesn’t really take jump shots — even though he can make them when he’s feeling confident.”

    48) Kadary Richmond, 6-5, 180, G, Fr., Syracuse – SETON HALL
    Stats: 6.3 ppg, 3.1 apg, 33% 3-pointers
    “Versatile guard with good size who has an extremely high ceiling. Showed the ability to make his teammates better, and should become a more effective scorer at Seton Hall.”

    49) DJ Jeffries, 6-7, 215, F, Soph., Memphis – MISSISSIPPI STATE
    Stats: 9.9 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 35% 3-pointers
    “Versatile forward who plays extremely hard on the defensive end of the floor. Needs to improve his decision-making and his shot selection. Struggled from the line, and that’ll be something he has to work on.”

    50) Rocket Watts, 6-2, 185, G, Soph., Michigan State – MISSISSIPPI STATE
    Stats: 7.7 ppg, 2.7 apg, 25% 3-pointers
    “Speed and quickness. Ability to score in bunches against elite competition. Has shown that he can score at all three levels, and that he can be an elite lockdown defender. Needs to improve his passing accuracy. Shooting has become increasingly streaky. Jumper reliant and needs to get to the line more.”

    51) Pelle Larsson, 6-5, 210, G, Fr., Utah – ARIZONA
    Stats: 8.2 ppg, 2.8 apg, 46% 3-pointers
    “Big, strong guard. Measurables consistent with NBA guards. Shot it extremely well last season from deep. Can play both backcourt spots. Athletic, wants to guard anybody.”

    52) Armaan Franklin, 6-4, 195, SG, Soph., Indiana – VIRGINIA
    Stats: 11.4 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 42% 3-pointers
    “Made as big of a jump as any guard in the Big Ten last year. Streaky, but very confident shooter. Underrated defender. Can guard both on and off the ball. Has great stamina. Rarely gets tired. Good athlete. Has to continue to improve his decision-making — when to shoot/drive and when to pass. His assist rate should be higher.”

    53) Rasir Bolton, 6-3, 185, SG, Jr., Iowa State – GONZAGA
    Stats: 15.5 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 3.9 apg, 31% 3-pointers
    “Has good burst, gets to the rim, and can score. Possesses a high IQ. He’s very turnover prone, doesn’t shoot it well, is more of a scoring guard and needs to become a better defender.”

    54) Darryl Morsell, 6-5, 200, SG, Sr., Maryland – MARQUETTE
    Stats: 9.0 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 26% 3-pointers
    “One of the best defenders in the country, can really move his feet laterally and has good upper body and lower body strength. Very versatile on defense. Plays with emotion on the floor, heart and soul on the defensive end, makes winning plays. Really good finisher around the rim. Explosive two-foot jumper, sneaky athletic. Quick, powerful straight-line driver. Does not have a consistent shot from three, has trouble creating his own shot on offense and tries to make the home-run play.”

    55) Brady Manek, 6-9, 230, PF, Sr., Oklahoma – NORTH CAROLINA
    Stats: 10.8 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 38% 3-pointers
    “Versatile. Great pick-and-pop stretch guy who is a very smart player. Durable and has a knack for making big plays. Doesn’t really post up for a big man. Needs to improve his handle and also his mental toughness.”

    56) Au’Diese Toney, 6-6, 210, SG, Jr., Pittsburgh – ARKANSAS
    Stats: 14.4 ppg, 5.9 rpg, 34% 3-pointers
    “Good athlete and [has] strength. Physical defender, willing rebounder on both ends. Finishes plays above the rim in transition. Willing to guard the opponent’s best player. Competitive. Straight-line driver — [to the] left. Doesn’t create a shot off the dribble, sometimes too casual with the ball, which leads to turnovers. Can get lost at times on defense, better 1-on-1 than team defender.”

    57) Toumani Camara, 6-8, 220, PF, Soph., Georgia – DAYTON
    Stats: 12.8 ppg, 7.7 rpg
    “Very athletic. Good shot blocker for his size, very good rim runner, very good post defender. Best at 15-feet and in. He’s a four-/five-man who wants to be a three-man. Below-average outside shooter who needs to improve his passing.”

    58) Kyler Edwards, 6-4, 195, G, Jr., Texas Tech – HOUSTON
    Stats: 10.1 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 42% 3-pointers
    “Has a skillset. The question is can he handle adversity? He’s not overly quick, not a breakdown guy but got enough of a handle and experience. Needs to keep it simple. Move the ball and make open shots. Doesn’t need to be a 1-on-1 guy. Can be a good defender, but needs to do it more.”

    59) Matt Cross, 6-7, 225, F, Fr., Miami – LOUISVILLE
    Stats: 6.9 ppg, 40% 3-pointers
    “Tough kid who can really shoot it from deep, and rebounds well for his size and position. Needs to improve his ability to create off the bounce.”

    60) Jay Heath, 6-3, 175, SG, Soph., Boston College – ARIZONA STATE
    Stats: 14.5 ppg, 35% 3-pointers
    “Extremely consistent and competitive. Can score points in a hurry and from all over the court. Shot close to 40 percent from three while using his slashing abilities … to do damage in the paint.”

    61) David Jenkins Jr., 6-2, 195, SG, Jr., UNLV – UTAH
    Stats: 14.8 ppg, 41% 3-pointers
    “Elite shot-maker who loves the big stage. Can score points in bunches. Defensively, he needs to improve in his effort and awareness to not hurt his team.”

    62) Jaemyn Brakefield, 6-8, 215, F, Fr., Duke – OLE MISS
    Stats: 3.5 ppg, 2.5 rpg
    “Versatile player with playmaking ability off the bounce. Has range out to the 3-point line and good court vision for a forward. Once he picks up his speed to the college game, he will have the chance to blossom. His IQ and shot-making will also need to improve.”

    63) Michael Flowers, 6-1, 190, G, Sr., South Alabama – WASHINGTON STATE
    Stats: 21.0 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 3.6 apg, 39% 3-pointers
    “Elite scorer at any level. One of the best tough shot-makers in all of college basketball. Must prove he’s not just a scoring point guard. Has to improve at making others better, and showcase his ability to incorporate playmaking into his game.”

    64) Storm Murphy, 6-0, 180, PG, Sr., Wofford – VIRGINIA TECH
    Stats: 17.8 ppg, 4.3 apg, 40% 3-pointers
    “Developed every year at Wofford. Tough, vocal, skilled leader on both sides of the floor and lives for the big moments. He’ll need more experience on ball-screen reads, and also the question will be whether he can defend bigger ACC guards on and off the ball.”

    65) Jamison Battle, 6-7, 225, F, Soph., George Washington – MINNESOTA
    Stats: 17.3 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 35% 3-pointers
    “Outstanding shooter, high IQ, excellent off screens and a good rebounder. Added the ability to get off his shot in a 1-on-1 setting. Needs to become a better defender, has to cut down on his turnovers and also work on his handle.”

    66) Zach Nutall, 6-3, 185, SG, Jr., Sam Houston State – SMU
    Stats: 19.3 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 37% 3-pointers
    “Elite scorer at all three levels. Can score with the best of any off-guard in the country. Needs to improve shot selection and become more consistent on the defensive end.”

    67) Micah Peavy, 6-7, 215, SG, Fr., Texas Tech – TCU
    Stats: 5.7 ppg, 3.1 rpg
    “Needs confidence. All the talent in the world, game comes easy to him. He won’t even look at the basket at times. Not a bad shooter — it’s not broke. Improved his free throw shooting. Could be a really good defender.”

    68) Moussa Cisse, 6-10, 220, C, Fr., Memphis – OKLAHOMA STATE
    Stats: 6.6 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 1.6 bpg
    “Elite rim protector who has the length, athleticism and incredible timing to block shots. Very good rebounder who struggles on the offensive end. He needs to improve at catching the ball, and also be able to step out and make shots from mid-range.”

    69) Henry Coleman III, 6-7, 230, F, Fr., Duke – TEXAS A&M
    Stats: 1.1 ppg, 1.4 rpg
    “Big-time energy player who plays hard and has the ability to make plays on the inside. Undersized four-man. Strong enough to mix it up with big men and finish inside. Needs to develop his ball handling and improve his stand-still outside shooting to become more of a force on the offensive end.”

    70) Phlandrous Fleming Jr., 6-4, 210, SG, Sr., Charleston Southern – FLORIDA
    Stats: 20.1 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 32% 3-pointers
    “NBA motor. Two-time first-team All-Conference and two-time Defensive Player of the Year. Terrific at anticipating on defense and a high-level rebounder. Must continue to grow as a shooter. Solid mid-range game.”

    71) Noah Gurley, 6-8, 210, F, Jr., Furman – ALABAMA
    Stats: 15.4 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 34% 3-pointers
    “Has great versatility, the ability to score in multiple ways — block, drives and perimeter — and has good length and athleticism. Needs to get stronger in his lower body, presence on the glass, and limited with his left hand.”

    72) CJ Felder, 6-7, 230, PF, Soph., Boston College – FLORIDA
    Stats: 9.7 ppg, 5.9 rpg, 31% 3-pointers
    “Emerging athletic prospect who has shown the ability to stretch the floor with the three-ball. Can attack and finish at and above the rim. Has grown on the defensive end of the floor by being an elite ACC shot-blocker and defensive rebounder.”

    73) Cole Swider, 6-9, 225, PF, Jr., Villanova – SYRACUSE
    Stats: 5.7 ppg, 40% 3-pointers
    “Has good size and can really shoot the ball from deep. Improved off the bounce, but still needs to improve in that area. Decent rebounder, but will need to embrace contact and mix it up even more.”

    74) Jarrod West, 5-11, 180, PG, Sr., Marshall – LOUISVILLE
    Stats: 12.5 ppg, 6.0 apg, 41% 3-pointers
    “He did it all for Marshall. Runs the team and makes quality decisions, can shoot it from deep and also defends at a high level.”

    75) Sardaar Calhoun, 6-6, 220, G, Jr., Florida State – TEXAS TECH
    Stats: 5.3 ppg, 40% 3-pointers
    “NBA body, athleticism and explosiveness. Tremendous catch-and-shoot 3-point guy. Needs to work on his handle and decision-making. Average basketball IQ. Needs to get better defensively, struggles off the ball. Good on-ball pressure.”

    76) Tre King, 6-9, 225, F, Jr., Eastern Kentucky – GEORGETOWN
    Stats: 14.9 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 34% 3-pointers
    “Excellent mid-range jump shot. Was a mismatch-five in the OVC. Needs to improve ball handling and passing to be a productive four-man in the Big East.”

    77) Brandon McKissic, 6-3, 195, G, Sr., Kansas City – FLORIDA
    Stats: 17.2 ppg, 3.7 rpg, 3.3 apg, 43% 3-pointers
    “Good size and excellent speed. Very good change of direction with his ball handling. When engaged, can really sit down and defend with his speed and physicality. Will have to learn to impact the game without the ball in his hands. Will need to work on reading the game when he does get to the paint due to the length and athleticism in the SEC.”

    78) Jordan Brown, 6-11, 235, PF, Soph., Arizona – LOUISIANA
    Stats: 9.4 ppg, 5.2 rpg
    “Great low-post scorer, can finish over either shoulder. Capable shooter to 17-feet — and developing from behind the arc. Good rebounder on both ends. Needs to work on his defense, both on the perimeter and in the post. Can get shot-happy at times and doesn’t always make the right play. Not an explosive-above-the-rim athlete.”

    79) Al Durham, 6-4, 185, SG, Sr., Indiana – PROVIDENCE
    Stats: 11.3 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 38% 3-pointers
    “Caught in between positions. Wants to be a point, but more of a secondary handler. Looks to score. Decision-making not what you want from a true point. Extremely fast in transition. Pushes the ball very hard. Very streaky shooter. Physically, not very big. Sometimes got outmuscled in the Big Ten.”

    80) Daejon Davis, 6-3, 190, G, Sr., Stanford – WASHINGTON
    Stats: 10.3 ppg, 2.9 apg, 36% 3-pointers
    “Big-time defender with incredible instincts. Has ability to get steals, take charges. Offensively, he can really get downhill but plays out of control and is turnover prone.”

    81) Wendell Green Jr., 5-11, 170, G, Fr., Eastern Kentucky – AUBURN
    Stats: 15.8 ppg, 5.0 apg, 36% 3-pointers
    “Great vision and passing ability off of ball screens. Deep range on the three-ball. Biggest question is whether he can guard night in and night out in the SEC.”

    82) Parker Stewart, 6-5, 210, G, Sr., UT Martin – INDIANA
    Stats (2019-20): 19.2 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 3.8 apg, 35% 3-pointers
    “Shot it well as a freshman at Pittsburgh, and then did everything for UT Martin while playing a lot with the ball in his hands. Has good size, and versatility. Should fill a nice role in the Big Ten.”

    83) AJ Bramah, 6-7, 210, F, Sr., Robert Morris – NEVADA
    Stats: 21.0 ppg, 10.3 rpg
    “Great athleticism and rebounder. Very good mid-range shooter. The key will be whether he works hard enough to play for Bobby Hurley and in the Pac-12.”

    84) Jordan Miller, 6-6, 200, SG, Jr., George Mason – MIAMI
    Stats: 15.8 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 33% 3-pointers
    “Long arms, good shooter. Solid defensively, but with his tools he could have some more defensive versatility. Very good mid-range game. Good athlete who is a high-level finisher in terms of creativity.”

    85) Tyler Kolek, 6-3, 180, SG, Fr., George Mason – MARQUETTE
    Stats: 10.8 ppg, 36% 3-pointers
    “High-level shooter who works. Really good IQ. Tough. Not overly quick. Makes good decisions. Solid defender.”

    86) David Collins, 6-4, 220, G, Sr., South Florida – CLEMSON
    Stats: 12.5 ppg, 3.4 apg, 37% 3-pointers
    “Tough, physical guard that knows how to get fouled. Has the ability to take over a game. Very good driver. Incredible instincts defensively. Great anticipating in gaps.”

    87) Bryson Williams, 6-8, 230, F, Sr., UTEP – TEXAS TECH
    Stats: 15.1 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 28% 3-pointers
    “Athletic four/five with [nice] inside-outside game. Highly efficient low-post scorer who drew a double team every night in C-USA. Capable 3-point shooter and driver.”

    88) Mason Faulkner, 6-1, 190, G, Sr., Western Carolina – LOUISVILLE
    Stats: 16.9 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 4.8 apg, 36% 3-pointers
    “Tough, competitive kid who has a versatile offensive game. Can score at all three levels, gets to the line and takes and makes big shots.”

    89) Alexis Yetna, 6-8, 235, F, Jr., South Florida – SETON HALL
    Stats: 9.5 ppg, 7.3 rpg
    “Incredible rebounding instincts. Rebounds out of his area. Plays really hard. Great motor, good in post. Best going [toward his] right shoulder. Good face-up. Good catch and rip from the high post. Capable from three.”

    90) Oumar Ballo, 7-0, 260, C, Fr., Gonzaga – ARIZONA
    Stats: 2.5 ppg, 1.5 rpg
    “Solid big with glimpses of being dominant in the paint. Could be a good rim protector, but needs to increase his motor. Has to put it together and have more opportunities.”

    90) Keith Williams, 6-5, 215, SG, Sr., Cincinnati
    Stats: 14.3 ppg, 4.1 rpg
    “He’s a guy who can get to the basket, but isn’t much of a threat from deep. Not overly efficient; more of a volume scorer.” 

    91) Jamal Mashburn Jr., 6-2, 175, G, Fr., Minnesota – NEW MEXICO
    Stats: 8.2 ppg, 28% 3-pointers
    “Scoring guard that is developing more and more into a point guard. He has a score-first mentality and is a good catch-and-shoot 3-point shooter and excels in mid-range pull-up game. Developed as a drive, draw and kick point guard. Does a great job defensively of keeping the ball in front of him. Has to do a better job of getting up into the ball more while guarding it, to keep opponents from shooting over him because of his size.”

    92) Alfonso Plummer, 6-1, 180, G, Sr., Utah – ILLINOIS
    Stats: 13.6 ppg, 38% 3-pointers
    “Plummer is a scorer. Period. He doesn’t do a ton else, but he can put the ball in the basket. His biggest strength is his ability to shoot it from deep.”

    93) Elijah Olaniyi, 6-5, 205, SG, Sr., Miami – STONY BROOK
    Stats: 10.5 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 26% 3-pointers
    “Terrific perimeter defender. Tough. Good, quick first step. Streaky shooter. Needs to improve his passing, perimeter shot and his handle.”

    94) Charlie Moore, 5-11, 180, PG, Sr., DePaul – MIAMI
    Stats: 14.4 ppg, 4.2 apg, 35% 3-pointers
    “Proven scorer and facilitator. Dynamic in transition and has made some big shots in his career. Struggles defensively and has never shown much efficiency offensively.”

    95) Joseph Yesufu, 6-0, 180, G, Soph., Drake – KANSAS
    Stats: 12.8 ppg
    “He’s a very quick power guard that can create for himself and others in transition and half court. Can play on or off the ball. Has developed a solid jump shot. Hard-working lead guard.”

    96) Marcus Weathers, 6-5, 215, SF, Sr., Duquesne – SMU
    Stats: 15.3 ppg, 7.5 rpg, 31% 3-pointers
    “Athletic wing, decent ball handler and was a mismatch problem in the A-10 because of his strength inside against small guys. His perimeter shot improved, but it still needs to get better — as well as his decision-making and passing.”

    97) Jabri Abdur-Rahim, 6-7, 215, G, Fr., Virginia – GEORGIA
    Stats: 0.9 ppg
    “He was a top recruit coming out of high school, but couldn’t get on the floor as a freshman for Tony Bennett. He struggles on the defensive end, but is extremely versatile on the offensive end of the floor.”

    98) Ian Martinez, 6-3, 180, G, Fr., Utah – MARYLAND
    Stats: 5.2 ppg, 32% 3-pointers
    “He didn’t get much run as a freshman, but I really like his potential. He’s athletic, can put it on the floor and has the potential to be a high-level defender. Will need to become a more consistent shooter from deep, but didn’t get many reps.”

    100) Dusan Mahorcic, 6-10, 230, PF, Jr., Illinois State – UTAH
    Stats: 9.9 ppg, 7.2 rpg
    “He’s a traditional big man who does most of his damage around the basket. Can score in the post and also step out and make shots from mid-range. Also a high-level rebounder. Tough kid.”

    101) Jalen Coleman-Lands, 6-4, 190, G, Sr., Iowa State – KANSAS
    Stats: 14.3 ppg, 40% 3-pointers
    “It seems like he’s been in college forever, but the bottom line is he’s got experience, he has size and he can make shots.”

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