Top Transfers in College Basketball for the 2021-22 season

The transfer portal is an absolute mess right now, so the purpose of this page will be to highlight the most notable NBA prospects that hit the market and track where they land. Sifting through the bulk of the list and trimming it down into a helpful resource is the goal here.

If you believe someone was wrongfully omitted feel free to drop their name in the comment section below and we will add those who fit the criteria.

Disclaimer: This list is specific towards the high-impact college basketball transfers along with potential NBA prospects, again… it is NOT a full list with every single transfer.

Note: This article will be updated regularly. These names are not in any specific order.

Last updated: 7/5/21

Guards

  • Fatts Russell- PG, Rhode Island –> Maryland
  • Marcus Carr- PG, Minnesota –> Texas
  • James Akinjo- PG, Arizona –> Baylor
  • Adam Miller- SG, Illinois –> LSU
  • DeVante’ Jones- G, Coastal Carolina –> Michigan
  • Nimari Burnett- CG, Texas Tech –> Alabama
  • De’Vion Harmon- PG, Oklahoma –> Oregon
  • Caleb Mills- CG, Houston –> Florida State
  • Marcus Williams- PG, Wyoming –> Texas A&M
  • Daejon Davis- CG, Stanford –> Washington
  • Devin Askew- PG, Kentucky –> Texas
  • Boogie Ellis- PG, Memphis –> USC
  • Kellan Grady- SG, Davidson –> Kentucky
  • Matt Bradley- SG, California –> San Diego St.
  • Bryce Thompspn- SG, Kansas –> Oklahoma St.
  • Rocket Watts- G, Michigan St. –> Mississipi St. 
  • Jemarl Baker- G, Arizona –> Fresno State
  • Darryl Morsell- G, Maryland –> Undecided
  • Kyler Edwards- G, Texas Tech –> Houston
  • Justin Powell- G, Auburn –> Tennessee
  • Rasir Bolton- G, Iowa State –> Gonzaga
  • Xavier Johnson- PG, Pittsburgh –> Indiana
  • Xavier Pinson- G, Missouri –> LSU
  • Cartier Diarra- G, Kansas St. –> Virginia Tech 
  • Jalen Pickett- PG, Sienna –> Penn State
  • Alonzo Verge Jr.- G, Arizona St. –> Undecided 

Wings + Forwards

  • Marcus Bagley- F, Arizona State –> Arizona St.
  • Earl Timberlake- W, Miami –> Memphis
  • Timmy Allen- W, Utah –> Texas
  • Dylan Disu- F, Vanderbilt –> Texas
  • Tari Eason- F, Cincinatti –> LSU
  • Micah Peavy- W, Texas Tech –> TCU
  • Jabri Abdur-Rahim- F, Virginia –> Georgia
  • Jaemyn Brakefield- F, Duke –> Ole Miss
  • Henry Coleman- F, Duke –> Texas A&M
  • DJ Jefferies- F, Memphis –> Mississippi State
  • Jayden Gardner- F, East Carolina –> Virginia
  • Matt Cross- W, Miami –> Louisville
  • Miller Kopp- W, Northwestern –> Indiana
  • Jordan Brown- F, Arizona –> Louisiana
  • Taeshon Cherry- F, Arizona St. –> Grand Canyon
  • Cole Swider- F, Villanova –> Syracuse 
  • Kevin Obanor- F, Oral Robert –> Texas Tech

Bigs

  • Dawson Garica- F/C, Marquette –> North Carolina
  • Moussa Cisse- C, Memphis –> Oklahoma St.
  • Walker Kessler- F/C, UNC –> Auburn
  • Oscar Tshibwe- C, West Virginia –> Kentucky
  • Tre Mitchell- C, UMass –> Texas
  • Garrison Brooks- F/C, UNC –> Mississipi State 
  • Omar Payne- F/C, Florida –> Illinois
  • Nate Reuvers- F, Wisconsin –> Undecided
  • Tristan Clark- F/C, Baylor –> SMU
  • Brady Manek- F, Oklahoma –> UNC
  • Myles Johnson- C, Rutgers –> UCLA
  • Aidan Igiehon- C, Louisville –> Grand Canyon
  • Ira Lee- F/C, Arizona –> George Washington 
  • Kevin Samuel- C, TCU –> Undecided 
  • Abdul Ado- C, Miss St. –> Cincinatti

We will update this list multiple times per month leading up to the college basketball season, so feel free to bookmark this article if you want to return for updates.

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