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College basketball expert Mike Holland keeps you up to date on all the most important moves of the college basketball transfer portal.

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All of college basketball expert Mike Holland’s analysis on this offseason’s transfer portal madness is in one place! Check out Mike’s updated top 300 players, and scroll down for his updates throughout the offseason!

CBB Transfer Portal Update 8/14

We are officially inside of 90 days until the tip of College Basketball. Rosters have taken shape, and the portal season is winding to a close. Only a few players remain undeclared on our Top 300 board. Let’s dive into some of the moves since our last update.

UCF received some good news when former Boston College guard DeMarr Langford (#201) decided to join the fold last week. He will help plug the whole created after their third-leading scorer, guard Ithiel Horton, bolted late this offseason. While Langford is nowhere near the shooter Horton is, he’s an ACC veteran with experience. With the Knights set to join the toughest conference in the country, the Big 12, they hope Langford will be able to rekindle some magic from his sophomore season.

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Saint Louis jumps into the news this offseason with the commitment of former Portland guard Mike Meadows (#239). The Billikens are the third school Meadows has committed to this offseason after Loyola Marymount and California were unable to secure his services. With the loss of NCAA assists leader Yuri Collins, a massive void is filled. Although Meadows is known as a scorer, he should get plenty of opportunity to run the offense. If Saint Louis hopes to finish near the top of the A-10 again, how Meadows performs could tell the story.

CBB Transfer Portal Update 8/2

Very little action to end the month of July in the transfer portal takes us to what could be an interesting August. As summer sessions end, we may see a small boost in graduate transfers as we enter less than 100 days from tip. As for now, only seven players on our Top 300 Board remain uncommitted. Time to buckle up as we head down the home stretch of the offseason.

One of the most intriguing moves of the last week was made by former Wichita State forward Jaykwon Walton (#76). Earlier this offseason, Walton was committed to Alabama but an arrest led to his re-entry into the portal. He then made the move to sign with UCF who is entering its first year in the Big 12. Then news broke that Walton would not end up at UCF but would join a robust list of transfers heading to play for Coach Penny Hardaway at Memphis. The addition of Walton brings three-point shooting to a roster that lacked quality shotmakers in that department. Walton now joins one of the top transfer classes in the nation which includes Jahvon Quinerly (#21), Caleb Mills (#40), David Jones (#41), Jonathan Pierre (#48), Jordan Brown (#57) and Nick Jourdain (#164). The Tigers on paper look like a potential Top 25 team with much more upside if they put it all together and get good news on star forward DeAndre Williams’ eligibility.

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It could not be a 2023 offseason update without news from Morgantown. With the unfortunate incident with the removal of former Head Coach Bob Huggins, the Mountaineer roster has been a hot topic this summer. Fortunately, new interim Head Coach Josh Eilert secured all of WVU’s highly regarded transfer class when guard Jose Perez (#124) rejoined the fold after a brief re-entry into the portal. He, along with Jesse Edwards (#5), Kerr Kriisa (#31), RaeQuan Battle (#122) and Omar Silverio (#213) will be tasked with righting the ship after a tumultuous offseason. Overall, you can’t ask for a better outcome from Coach Eilert’s efforts in taking over the program in what is the toughest conference in College Basketball, the Big 12.

CBB Transfer Portal Update 7/20

New St. John’s Head Coach Rick Pitino knows a thing or two about building a successful roster. After retaining star big man Joel Soriano, Pitino has completely re-tooled the Red Storm through the transfer portal. His latest addition is a former Tennessee commitment and former Harvard star Chris Ledlum, who checks in at number 36 on our Top 300. Ledlum averaged 18.8 points and 8.5 rebounds per game last season and provides versatility on both ends of the floor. He most likely would have been Ivy League Player of the Year if not for Penn guard Jordan Dingle  … whom he will be teammates with this season. Dingle checks in as our 20th-rated transfer and the highest-rated player coming in for the Red Storm. The trio of Soriano, Ledlum and Dingle will team with five other Top 300 transfers in Nahiem Alleyne (#101 – G, UConn), Daniss Jenkins (#132 – G, Iona), RJ Luis (#146 – G, UMass), Glenn Taylor Jr. (#173 – F, Oregon State) and Sean Conway (#264 – G, VMI). On paper, the Johnnies look very salty, and with Pitino at the helm, anything is possible.

During this time of year, we tend to focus on the big splash commitments and the teams that are the big “winners” of the portal. But for a lot of teams, the offseason is a grind to try and build a roster capable of making the NCAA Tournament. Take Vanderbilt, for instance. At the beginning of the offseason, Head Coach Jerry Stackhouse had his hands full trying to repair a decimated roster. Star big man Liam Robbins exhausted his eligibility, while star guard Tyrin Lawrence entered the portal, along with major contributors Jordan Wright and Myles Stute. All of a sudden, five of the Commodores’ top six scorers were not on the active roster, leaving returning starting point guard Ezra Manjon as the lone building block. Fast forward a few months later, and Stackhouse has pulled leading scorer Lawrence back from the portal and added three transfers inside our Top 300. Ven-Allen Lubin (#196 – F, Notre Dame), Evan Taylor (#197 – G, Lehigh) and Tasos Kamateros (#251 – F, South Dakota) bring plenty of talent and versatility to this new-look Vanderbilt roster. Just like that, Stackhouse and his Commodores look just as talented as they did last year when they challenged for a Tournament bid.

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CBB Transfer Portal Update 7/12

The Portal is slowly winding down as we have less than 10 players remaining uncommitted in our Top 300. Summer workout programs are starting up, and some teams will be headed overseas to play on foreign tours. Brace up, CBB fans, as we may get one more pop from graduate transfers in August, but nothing like the madness we’ve seen already.

Two major pieces came off the board when late portal additions Louisiana center Jordan Brown (#58) and Rutgers guard Paul Mulcahy (#85) announced their future plans. Brown, a former five-star McDonald’s All-American, chose Memphis late last month and gives Head Coach Penny Hardaway one of the top transfer classes in the country and one of the top rosters overall in all the land. With the addition of Brown, the Tigers have added a whopping five players from our top 60 transfers. As for Mulcahy, his decision to join the Washington Huskies across the country will have an immediate impact in a much stronger Pac-12. Mulcahy’s versatility on both ends of the floor is a welcome addition for Head Coach Mike Hopkins. He joins Top 300 members, Sahvir Wheeler (#86) and Moses Wood (#184) and returning star forward Keion Brooks on what has shaped up to be a very competitive roster in Seattle.

The latest fallout from West Virginia includes former Manhattan guard Jose Perez (#125). Perez has decided to find a new home after the dismissal of Bob Huggins. He’s a very talented scorer that has run into some pretty rough luck with each of his last three coaches being dismissed. We are only a few seasons removed from him being named the MAAC Preseason Player of the Year. Even with the loss of Perez, new interim Head Coach Josh Eilert has done a fantastic job holding onto a very good transfer class highlighted by Jesse Edwards (#5), Kerr Kriisa (#31) and RaeQuan Battle (#123).

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Finally, a pair of schools in Texas are feeling better about their long-term outlook as UCF guard Ithiel Horton (#220) and West Virginia guard Joe Toussaint (#271) made their commitments last week. Horton, a very talented outside scorer, is joining what might be the top one-two backcourt in the country with the Texas Longhorns. Head Coach Rodney Terry has done a solid job rebuilding the program after an Elite Eight run that saw plenty of scoring and experience head out the door. Horton will join Oral Roberts star transfer guard Max Abmas (#4) and former Big 12 Freshman of the Year Tyrese Hunter in what will be a dynamic trio. Not to be outdone, Texas’ rival Texas Tech was able to counter by landing Toussaint. Toussaint is an experienced veteran guard who has looked good in limited roles throughout his career. With new Head Coach Grant McCasland taking over the Red Raider program, Toussaint has the potential to break out with more opportunity and be a central piece of a solid Big 12 roster.

CBB Transfer Portal Update 6/26

Just when you thought the Transfer Portal season was near completion, we get news of Coach Bob Huggins’ resignation last week. This has led to uncertainty with West Virginia’s program and roster. We are also awaiting a few more decisions to be made by some quality players on our Top 300 Transfer Board, including some new entrants from around the country.

Following Huggins’ resignation, West Virginia’s Tre Mitchell (#64) and Joe Toussaint (#270) are entering for the first time this offseason, but they are no strangers to the portal. Mitchell, a power forward, will be in search of his fourth school after he made stops at UMass and Texas before joining the Mountaineers last year. He has a very strong inside/outside game on offense and will, of course, bring experience to any team that lands him. Toussaint started his career at Iowa and carved out a solid bench role for WVU last season. He’s capable of playing both guard spots and brings a certain level of toughness on the defensive end. These WVU guys have the option to return back to Morgantown, but for now, they are firmly in the portal. It remains to be seen if they will be the only ones when it’s all said and done. WVU guard Kerr Kriisa (#30) chose to stick with his commitment to new interim coach Josh Eilert, who was announced this weekend.

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Two more Top 300 entrants appeared on our board over the weekend when Alabama guard Jahvon Quinerly (#21) and UCF guard Ithiel Horton (#220) joined the Transfer Portal. Quinerly is a surprise entrant to the portal after shutting down rumors last month. He’s one of the top guards in the nation. His stats don’t jump off the page due to his limited playing time on a stacked Alabama roster last year, but he’s a former five-star who has the ability to take over games at the collegiate level. Horton comes into the portal as one of the best outside shooters in the country. He’s connected on nearly 38% from three during his well-traveled college career. When Horton’s been able to stay on the floor, he’s no stranger to playing time, having averaged 30 minutes per game over the last four years.

We may not be done with portal news anytime soon when you consider summer school is still going on. We will continue to keep you up to date as we slowly fill out rosters all the way up until the season tips off in early November.

CBB Transfer Portal Update 6/14

The news continues to trickle in as we enter the middle of June. There have been some commitments and new entries into the portal from high-profile graduate players since our last update. Only a few players remain on our Top 300 Transfer Board. We are just a few weeks away from being able to truly see what these rosters will look like heading into the middle of the offseason.

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The biggest news from our last update was the commitment of our 17th-ranked player, Arthur Kaluma, to Coach Jerome Tang and the Kansas State Wildcats. At this point, we should not be surprised by what Coach Tang has been able to do in such a short time in the Little Apple. The former Creighton forward has NBA athleticism and is a strong replacement for the departing Keyontae Johnson. Kaluma will presumably slot right into Johnson’s spot in the lineup, which will allow him to be a main focal point of the offense along with fellow transfer Tylor Perry and the returning forward Nae’Qwan Tomlin. The Wildcats will once again be a force in a very tough Big 12.

Two big-time players hit the portal since our last update, and both debut inside our Top 100. Louisiana big Jordan Brown and Rutgers guard Paul Mulcahy kept the portal madness alive by jumping in. Brown is a former McDonald’s All-American who is looking for his fourth collegiate team. He was first-team All-Sun Belt in 2022 after averaging 19 points and nearly nine boards per game. He’s a dominant low-post scorer with a ton of experience. Mulcahy is 6’7″ and very versatile on both ends of the floor. He’s not a dominant scorer, but he is a very good passer and a strong gritty player on defense. Whatever school he chooses will get a ton of lineup versatility and, like Brown, he provides a ton of experience to a roster.

CBB Transfer Portal Update 6/5

Less than 20 players remain available in the Transfer Portal as we enter June, including three big pieces inside our Top 25. The NBA Draft early entrant deadlines came and went, so we firmly know which players are coming back to school. Of course, players that have graduated can still enter the Transfer Portal this summer, but those should be few and far between.

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Three huge commitments came in over the last week, with Caleb Love heading to Arizona, RayJ Dennis going to Baylor and Tyler Burton choosing to attend Villanova. Both Love and Dennis are big-time guards with different skill sets. Love is a usage-oriented combo guard who will provide Coach Tommy Lloyd with some major pop in his starting lineup. Dennis is the reigning MAC Player of the Year and plays a more traditional point guard role. With Baylor set to lose four members of its backcourt, including three starters, Dennis will provide Coach Scott Drew with a proven playmaker. Burton is a highly skilled wing who can play the four. He’s coming off a career year and joins a very stellar Villanova transfer class that should help Coach Neptune reach the NCAA Tournament in year two.

As we mentioned earlier, three big names are still available, and they are Creighton wing Arthur Kaluma, North Dakota State forward Grant Nelson and Rutgers wing Cam Spencer. Kaluma has been a major piece of Creighton’s success over the last two years. He displays versatility on both ends of the floor and possesses NBA athleticism. Nelson might not be a household name at the collegiate level, but his game speaks for itself. He can handle the rock, score, rebound and block shots. Spencer is one of the top shooters in the country, connecting on 43% of his threes in his lone season with Rutgers. He’s also an underrated defensive presence and plays with a high motor. These three have a chance to make a significant impact on whatever school and conference they select.

CBB Transfer Portal Update 5/26

The College Basketball Transfer Portal never fails to deliver on a weekly basis, even as it winds down to the very end. Until the ink dries, things can change in a hurry. Here’s a look at the most recent headlines inside the portal.

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Our Top 10 is no longer fully committed with the news last week that Caleb Love will no longer be attending Michigan. He is our third-ranked player and a game-changing talent at the guard position. Things obviously did not work out at North Carolina last year, but it wasn’t that long ago when he was a national commodity playing in the National Championship game. Plenty of big-time programs are said to be in the mix now that Love is available again.

The portal may be closed, but graduate players still have an opportunity to enter. Two big names took advantage of that opportunity recently in Cam Spencer and Tyler Burton. Spencer was the leading scorer for Rutgers in 2022, connecting on 43% of his three-point attempts from the guard position. He’s a very underrated defender and finished the year averaging two steals per contest. Burton is a lean, muscular wing/forward coming off a career year with Richmond, where he averaged 19 points and just over seven rebounds. His versatility on both ends of the floor makes him a hot commodity.

As for recent impact commitments, Arizona and LSU have scored big. San Diego State forward Keshad Johnson, slotted in as our 67th ranked player in the portal, made his decision to join the Arizona Wildcats. Johnson started in the National Title game, and while his stats don’t jump off the page, his physicality and skill around the rim make him a great fit for Coach Tommy Lloyd. Former Kentucky forward Daimion Collins is transferring within the SEC and taking his talents to the LSU Tigers. Collins is an ultra-athletic, former five-star big man who hasn’t gotten the run to show what he can do at this level. He should get a solid opportunity in Coach Matt McMahon’s system.

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CBB Transfer Portal Update 5/16

The Transfer Portal window has officially closed. Only about 10% of our Top 300 remain available. Some of the top players are still testing the NBA Draft waters and have until the end of May to determine their future. By then, most rosters will have taken shape as we trickle into the summer with most rosters being locked in.

St. John’s scored the big name during the coaching carousel this offseason when they landed Iona Head Coach Rick Pitino. Pitino has made an immediate impact, and it shows in the roster the Red Storm were able to assemble. Keeping big man Joel Soriano was huge, and he was able to reel in Penn’s Jordan Dingle to cap off the transfer season, who was second in the country in scoring. Also surrounding the duo will be four players from Pitino’s Iona squad that landed a 13 seed in last year’s NCAA Tournament, including headlining guard Daniss Jenkins. National Champion wing Nahiem Alleyne and Oregon State forward Glenn Taylor give the Johnnies enough upside to challenge for a bid in next year’s field. Are we surprised? It’s Coach Pitino.

Mississippi State has been quiet this offseason, but that all changed when Coach Chris Jans was able to land Marshall guard Andrew Taylor. Taylor was 1st Team All-Sun Belt after putting up 20/5/5 in 2022 and will immediately help plug holes on the offensive end that plagued the Bulldogs last year. Mississippi State finished dead last in the entire country in three-point shooting and only converted 65% from the free throw line, which ranked near the bottom as well. Taylor will provide an immediate boost in both categories, as he knocked down 36% from three and 80% from the charity stripe in 2022. With Shakeel Moore returning, the Bulldogs will have a backcourt duo that can challenge in a wide-open SEC.

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CBB Transfer Portal Update 5/10

We are in the final 24-hour window before the 2023 Transfer Portal closes and one step closer to some sense of what teams will look like later this fall. The March 11th deadline is just for players to enter the portal, so there will still be action once the portal is closed. The number of players that have entered from the Division 1 ranks is closing in on 1,700.

Sometimes it’s better late than never. Within the past few days, we have had new members enter our Top 300 Big Board. Marshall guard Andrew Taylor (#39) and Auburn forward Allen Flanigan (#92) are some of the latest to crack into our list. Taylor was First Team All-Sun Belt after averaging 20.2 points, 4.7 rebounds and 4.7 assists. Flanigan is coming off a very solid year for a good Auburn team, where he averaged 10.1 points and 5.0 rebounds. Both players have the ability to make a significant impact on next season’s outlook for whichever team they choose.

Since our last update, we have had two massive decisions, including a commitment from our number one overall player, Hunter Dickinson. The big man has decided to head over to Kansas and instantly makes the Jayhawks one of the early favorites to be National Champs. Kansas Head Coach Bill Self is not only a proven championship-caliber coach, but he’s had big-time success with big men, including most recently with Udoka Azubuike and David McCormack. Dickinson will join Nicolas Timberlake (#24) and Arterio Morris (#70) to form one of the top transfer classes in the country. The other big-time decision comes from do-it-all Florida State forward Matthew Cleveland, who ranks 15th overall on our board. Cleveland is staying in the state and moves over to a Miami team that is fresh off a Final Four appearance. He will slot in right into the role vacated by Jordan Miller and brings the same type of versatility on both ends of the floor for a Miami squad that should be ranked inside the Top 15 to start the year.

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CBB Transfer Portal Update 5/3

We are just about one week away from the NCAA Transfer Portal window officially closing, but until then, the madness of the offseason continues. With nearly 1,600 Division 1 entrants already in the portal, it felt like the right time to expand our Transfer Portal Big Board to 300 players.

Only one player remains uncommitted inside of our Top 10, Michigan big man Hunter Dickinson. New entrants within the last two weeks have littered the Top 20. Toldeo’s RayJ Dennis, Utah Valley’s Aziz Bandaogo, Penn’s Jordan Dingle, and North Dakota State’s Grant Nelson are all game-changing players at their respective positions.

CBB Transfer Portal Update 4/29

The Transfer Portal continues to be complete madness with a plethora of new commitments and new game-changing entrants as we head towards the May 11th closing date. We’ve updated our Top 250 with some risers and fallers to go along with the new entrants. This is shaping up to be what might be called the strongest transfer class of all time.

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Four big-time players broke news over the last 24-48 hours by entering their names into the portal and jumping right into our Top 50. MAC POY RayJ Dennis (#13) out of Toledo is the highest-rated of the four and a dynamite point guard. He’s joined by WAC DPOY Aziz Bandaogo (#16) and First Team All-WAC guard Trey Woodberry (#40) from a very good Utah Valley squad. Penn guard, Jordan Dingle (#17) rounds out the fresh crop and is coming off a year where he finished second in the nation in points per game and earned Ivy League POY.

The Texas Longhorns scored big during the week after a slow start. Virginia rim protector, Kadin Shedrick (#44), will join Oral Roberts big time bucket-getter Max Abmas (#4), for the new look Horns. This was a much-needed boost to a team losing a ton of talent to graduation and some younger core pieces to the portal. They will need to stay busy in the portal as the loss of both five-star McDonald’s All-Americans (Ron Holland and AJ Johnson) within a few weeks has created big holes in the roster.

Finally, Thad Matta has done a great job retooling his Butler roster. After a sluggish start to his second stint with his alma mater, Matta has managed to assemble four of our Top 250 transfers. The class is headlined by a monster pickup this week of St. John’s transfer guard Posh Alexander (#31). Alexander is a monster defensively and one of the toughest competitors in the sport. He will help lead a revamped backcourt that will feature UC Irvine sharpshooter DJ Davis (#123) and 6’7″ dynamic Northeastern wing Jahmyl Telfort (#194). Helping out at the wing and forward position is Michigan State transfer Pierre Brooks (#219) and the Bulldogs might not be done in our Top 250.

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CBB Transfer Portal Update 4/24

The fast and furious race to secure commitments from the top players in the College Basketball Transfer Portal continues. The window for players to enter the portal closes on May 11th, and we are still seeing quality players like Vanderbilt’s Tyrin Lawrence (#43) and Kentucky’s Daimion Collins (#156) enter the portal. In terms of commitments, Gonzaga, Tennessee and North Carolina scored big over the last week.

The Zags were able to secure commitments from our #2 and #14 rated players on our board. Creighton guard Ryan Nembhard and Wyoming center Graham Ike give Head Coach Mark Few a big boost in talent. Gonzaga also landed Eastern Washington wing Steele Venters (#101) earlier in the portal window. All of a sudden, the Bulldogs are looking like a major player out west.

Tennessee Head Coach Rick Barnes saw his team struggle for long stretches on the offensive end last year. He’s gone out and gotten plenty of offense with the recent additions of Northern Colorado star wing Dalton Knecht (#17) and Harvard forward Chris Ledlum (#30). While there are questions about how they will fit defensively, there is no doubt Tennessee will have more options to score the ball. Don’t forget they have also landed USC Upstate guard Jordan Gainey (#94), who averaged 15.2 points last season, and have star guard Santiago Vescovi returning.

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The Tar Heels scored a big victory when they landed Stanford’s Harrison Ingram (#7). The do-it-all point-forward/wing, is one of the most versatile players in the sport. He’s a great passer, a strong rebounder, and his offensive game is growing. While North Carolina failed miserably to meet expectations last year, Head Coach Hubert Davis has made underrated moves in the portal. It’s clear they need to play through star big man Armando Bacot and floor general RJ Davis, who are returning. The Heels have surrounded the duo with three knockdown shooters in Jae’Lyn Withers (#78), Paxson Wojcik (#106) and Cormac Ryan (#125) through the portal to go along with a playmaker in Ingram.

CBB Transfer Portal Update 4/18

Our College Basketball Transfer Big Board features 250 of the country’s top players. There are nearly 1,500 Division I players that have entered the transfer portal, and we still have until May 11th for players to enter or withdraw. With 363 Division I teams, CBB truly never sleeps.

Diving into our first version, six of our Top 10 players have already made their new commitments. Caleb Love is looking for a reset after a disappointing year with the Tar Heels and hopes that Juwan Howard’s system at Michigan will benefit both parties. Jalen Cook is probably the biggest surprise in this group, and he’s a dynamic offensive weapon heading back to LSU, where he started his career. The four uncommitted top ten players include a dominant big man in Hunter Dickinson, a dominant floor general in Ryan Nembhard, a dynamite scorer in Max Abmas and a versatile playmaking wing in Harrison Ingram.

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SEC teams are already cleaning up in the portal, and it starts with “The Importer,” Arkansas Head Coach Eric Musselman. He’s already landed FIVE high-level transfers, including four in our Top 50. The backcourt for the Razorbacks is in good hands with 20th-ranked Khalif Battle (Temple), 32nd-ranked Tramon Mark (Houston), 38th-ranked Kenyon Menifield (Washington) and 45th-ranked El Ellis (Louisville).

We mentioned Jalen Cook earlier, and he’s not the only top transfer second-year LSU Head Coach Matt McMahon has landed. Our 94th-ranked player, forward Jordan Wright, and our 97th-ranked player, forward Will Baker, have also pledged to the Tigers.

Not to be outdone, Todd Golden and the Florida Gators have been white hot recently. They have easily assembled the top frontcourt in the portal, and they will need the combination of Micah Handlogten, Tyrese Samuel and EJ Jarvis to replace departed star Colin Castleton. The Gators also beat out Rick Pitino for his former Iona star guard, Walter Clayton, who ranks 23rd on our board.

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Outside of the SEC, teams like West Virginia, Memphis, Nebraska and Michigan are among the schools that are off to a nice start. Winning the portal season doesn’t always ensure success. The Final Four this past year was compromised of mostly retained rosters, but there were key transfers like UConn’s Tristan Newton, San Diego State’s Darrion Trammell, and Miami’s duo of Nigel Pack and Norchad Omier. One thing is for sure, the age of player mobility has created intriguing storylines to go along with additional ways coaches can assemble their rosters.