2017 College Basketball Transfers List

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College basketball transfers continue be a growing trend as college hoops has seen it’s own off-season form of free agency.  Here is a list of players from the marquee conferences who are transferring out of their respective programs after this past season and a list of college basketball transfers who will be eligible to play at their new school for the 2017-18 season.  Bookmark this page as we will continue to update the list as the off-season progresses.

UPDATED: 4/22/17

*graduate transfer, immediately eligible to play in 2017-18 season

AMERICAN
East Carolina
PF-Deng Riak

Memphis
PG-Keon Clergeot
*SG-Markel Crawford
F-Dedric Lawson (TO KANSAS)
SF-K.J. Lawson (TO KANSAS)
SG-Craig Randall II (TO DUQUESNE)

SMU
SG-Dashawn McDowell (TO SEATTLE)

Temple
G-Isaiah Lewis

Tulane
SG-Kain Harris
PF-Darian Jones
PG-Von Julien

Tulsa
SF-Travis Atson (TO QUINNIPIAC)
SG-Joseph Battle
*PF-TK Edogi (TO IONA)

UConn
PF-Juwan Durham
C-Steven Enoch
PF-Vance Jackson

USF
PG-Michael Bibby
PF-Malik Fitts
C-Ruben Guerrero (TO SAMFORD)
PF/C-Luis Santos (TO ST. LOUIS)
*PG-Geno Thorpe

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ACC
Boston College
F-A.J. Turner

Clemson
PG-Ty Hudson

Duke
PF-Chase Jeter
*C-Sean Obi (TO MARYLAND)

Georgia Tech
PF-Christian Matthews

Louisville
C-Matz Stockman (TO MINNESOTA)

Notre Dame
F-Matt Ryan

Pitt
SG-Chrisshawn Clark
*G/F-Cameron Johnson
PG-Justice Kithcart (TO OLD DOMINION)
C-Corey Manigault
PG-Damon Wilson

Virginia
PF-Jared Reuter
SF-Marial Shayok (TO IOWA STATE)
*G-Darius Thompson

Wake Forest
*PF-Greg McClinton (TO OLD DOMINION)

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ATLANTIC 10
Dayton
PG-John Crosby

Duquesne
G-Mike Lewis II (TO ST. JOHN’S)
F-Isiaha Mike
PF-Nakye Sanders

Fordham
*SG-Antwoine Anderson (TO UCONN)
F-Christian Sengfelder (TO BOISE STATE)

George Mason
SF-DeAndre Abram
C-Danny Dixon
G-Kameron Murrell

George Washington
C-Collin Goss
PF/C-Kevin Marfo
G-Jordan Roland

St. Louis
SG-Zeke Moore
C-Matt Neufeld

UMass
PF-Brison Greshman
PG-Dejon Jarreau
*SG-Zach Lewis (TO IONA)

VCU
*C-Ahmed Hamdy-Mohamed

BIG EAST
DePaul
SG-Erten Gazi

Georgetown
PF/C-Trey Mourning

Marquette
*G-Duane Wilson (TO TEXAS A&M)

Providence
SG-Ricky Council II
SF-Ryan Fazekas

St. John’s
SG-Malik Ellison
*PF-Darien Williams

Seton Hall
SG-Dalton Soffer

BIG TEN
Maryland
*PG-Jaylen Brantley
SF-Micah Thomas

Michigan
*C-Mark Donnal

Minnesota
SG-Ahmad Gilbert

Nebraska
*G/F-Nick Fuller (TO SOUTH DAKOTA)
F-Jeriah Horne (TO TULSA)
PF-Michael Jacobson
PF-Ed Morrow Jr.

Ohio State
C-David Bell (TO JACKSONVILLE)

Penn State
*PF-Payton Banks (TO USF)
*SG-Terrence Samuel (TO USF)
*SG-Isaiah Washington (TO QUINNIPIAC)

Purdue
SF-Basil Smotherman (TO GEORGIA STATE)

Rutgers
C-Ibrahima Diallo
*PG-Nigel Johnson (TO VIRGINIA)
SF-Jonathan Laurent

Wisconsin
*PG-Jordan Hill

BIG 12
Baylor
*SG-Al Freeman (TO N.C. STATE)

Iowa State
PF-Simeon Carter

Kansas
PF-Carlton Bragg

Oklahoma
F-Dante Buford
PG-Darrion Strong-Moore

TCU
SG-Josh Parrish

MOUNTAIN WEST
Colorado State
PF-Braden Koelliker

Nevada
PG-Devearl Ramsey (TO UC-SANTA BARBARA)

New Mexico
SG-Xavier Adams
*SG-Elijah Brown
PG-Jalen Harris

San Diego State
PF-Zylan Cheatham

San Jose State
PF-Cody Schwartz (TO GREEN BAY)

UNLV
PF-Troy Baxter Jr.
SG-Zion Morgan
SG-Jalen Poyser

Utah State
PF-Ngor Barnaba

UCLA DANCERS

PAC 12
Arizona State
SG-Maurice O’Field
C-Jethro Tshisumpa

California
PG-Charlie Moore
*C-Kameron Rooks

Colorado
PG-Thomas Akyazali
SG-Bryce Peters (TO NW FLORIDA STATE)

Oregon
*PG-Casey Benson
C-Kavell Bigby-Williams

Oregon State
*G-Malcolm Duvivier

Stanford
*SG-Malcolm Allen (TO NORTHERN ARIZONA)

Utah
SG-Devon Daniels
PG-Jojo Zamora

Washington
*C-Matthew Atawe

SEC
Alabama
SG-Brandon Austin
SG-Ar’Mond Davis
*SF-Nick King (TO MIDDLE TENNESSEE)

Auburn
G/F-T.J. Lang (TO USF)

Florida
PG-Eric Hester

Missouri
SG-Frankie Hughes
SG-K.J. Walton

Ole Miss
SG-Donte Fitzpatrick-Dorsey
*G-Cullen Neal

Tennessee
PG-Kwe Parker

Texas A&M
SG-Kobie Eubanks
PG-Kaleb Smith

OTHER NOTABLE OUTGOING COLLEGE BASKETBALL TRANSFERS:
*G/F-Mark Alstork (from Wright State, 19 ppg, 4.7 rpg as a junior)
*F-Jeff Beverly (from UT-San Antonio, 15.8 ppg, 5.9 rpg as a junior)
*PG-Justin Bibbins (TO UTAH from Long Beach State, 13.1 ppg, 4.6 apg as a junior)
*G/F-Ray Bowles (TO FRESNO STATE from Pacific, 13.4 ppg as a junior)
SG-Curtis Cobb (TO UMASS from Fairfield, 12.1 ppg as a sophomore)
*PF-Jeremy Combs (from North Texas, 10.2 ppg, 6.4 rpg as a junior)
*G-James Daniel (from Howard, 27.1 ppg as a junior in ‘15-’16)
SG-Marcus DeBerry (from Northern Arizona, 10.3 ppg, 4 rpg as a sophomore)
SG-Edric Dennis (from Jackson State, 14 ppg as a sophomore)
SG-Mikey Dixon (TO ST. JOHN’S from Quinnipiac, 16.5 ppg as a freshman)
SG-Rob Edwards (from Cleveland State, 16.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg as a sophomore)
PG-Marcus Evans (TO VCU from Rice, 19 ppg, 3.7 apg as a sophomore)
G/F-Quinton Forest (from Bethune-Cookman, 12.2 ppg, 5.3 rpg as a sophomore)
SG-Corey Henson (from Wagner, 14.6 ppg as a junior)
PF-Jaleel Hogan (from Detroit, 15.2 ppg, 5.8 rpg as a junior)
*SG-Sam Hunt (from North Carolina A&T, 12.7 ppg as a junior)
PG-Antino Jackson (from Akron, 10.8 ppg, 2.7 apg as a junior)
*SG-Marcus Jackson (TO UC-SANTA BARBARA from Rice, 12.2 ppg as a junior)
*PG-Stephan Jiggetts (TO SOUTH FLORIDA from Fairleigh Dickinson, 13.5 ppg, 4.2 apg as a junior)
G-Jazz Johnson (from Portland, 15.8 ppg as a sophomore)
SG-Jerry Johnson Jr. (from Fairfield, 11.4 ppg as a sophomore)
SG-Delante Jones (from American, 11.5 ppg as a sophomore)
SG-Khy Kabellis (from North Dakota State, 11.2 ppg as a sophomore)
*F/C-Kerem Kanter (TO XAVIER from Green Bay, 11.3 ppg, 6.3 rpg as a junior)
G/F-Peter Kiss (from Quinnipiac, 13.3 ppg, 5.6 rpg as a freshman)
*PF-Egor Koulechov (TO FLORIDA from Rice, 18.2 ppg, 8.9 rpg as a junior)
*PF-Khris Lane (from Longwood, 17.1 ppg, 7.3 rpg as a junior)
PG-Elijah Long (from Mt. St. Mary’s, 15 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 4.4 apg as a freshman)
PF-DeVaughn Mallory (from Delaware State, 10.4 ppg, 6.3 rpg as a sophomore)
SG-Kris Martin (TO COLORADO STATE from Oral Roberts, 13.2 ppg, 40.6 3PT% as a sophomore)
*F-MiKyle McIntosh (from Illinois State, 12.5 ppg, 5.6 rpg as a junior)
*SG-J.T. Miller (TO MISSOURI STATE from Howard, 14.7 ppg as a junior)
SF-Malik Moore (from SC-Upstate, 10.9 ppg, 5.2 rpg as a sophomore)
PG-Devin Morgan (from Delaware State, 14.1 ppg, 3.2 apg as a sophomore)
PF-Josh Nebo (TO TEXAS A&M from St. Francis, PA, 12 ppg, 8.3 rpg, 2.6 bpg as a sophomore)
SF-Earl Potts Jr. (from Fairleigh Dickinson, 12.3 ppg, 4.6 rpg as a junior)
PG-Armel Potter (from Charleston Southern, 12.7 ppg, 3.2 apg as a sophomore)
*PF-Roschon Prince (TO DETROIT from Long Beach State, 9.4 ppg, 6.9 rpg as a junior)
PG-LaQuincy Rideau (from Gardner-Webb, 14.2 ppg, 5.2 apg, 5.7 rpg as a sophomore)
*SG-Kassius Robertson (from Canisius, 16.1 ppg as a junior)
*PG-Kendall Smith (TO OKLAHOMA STATE from CS-Northridge, 16.7 ppg, 4.8 apg as a junior)
PF-Tre’Shawn Thurman (from Omaha, 13.8 ppg, 7.8 rpg as a junior)
PG-Michael Weathers (TO OKLAHOMA STATE from Miami OH, 16.7 ppg, 4.8 apg, 4.2 rpg as a freshman)
*PF-Jack Whitman (from William & Mary, 10.1 ppg, 5.5 rpg as a junior)
*PF-Nura Zanna (TO HOUSTON from LIU Brooklyn, 9.2 ppg, 8.7 rpg as a junior)
SG-Nisre Zouzoua (from Bryant, 20.3 ppg as a sophomore)

TRANSFERRING IN
AMERICAN
Cincinnati
G-Cane Broome (from Sacred Heart)

SMU
SG-Jahmal McMurray (from USF, eligible 2nd semester)
G-Jimmy Whitt (from Arkansas)

Tulane
SG-Jordan Cornish (from California)

Tulsa
SG-Curran Scott (from Charlotte)

UCF
G-Terrell Allen (from Drexel)
SG-Aubrey Dawkins (from Michigan)
SG-Dayon Griffin (from Louisiana Tech)
C-Rokas Ulvydas (from Texas Tech)

USF
PF-Malik Martin (from USC)

ATLANTIC 10
St. Louis
F-Javon Bess (from Michigan State)
PF-D.J. Foreman (from Rutgers)
PG-Ty Graves (from Boston College, eligible 2nd semester)
G/F-Adonys Henriquez (from UCF)

La Salle
PG-Traci Carter (from Marquette, eligible 2nd semester)

VCU
SF-Issac Vann (from Maine)

ACC
Louisville
G/F-Dwayne Sutton (from UNC-Asheville)

BIG 12
Iowa State
PF-Ray Kasongo (from Tennessee)

Kansas
G/F-Sam Cunliffe (from Arizona State, eligible 2nd semester)
SG-Malik Newman (from Mississippi State)

Oklahoma State
C-Yankuba Sima (from St. John’s, eligible 2nd semester)

Texas
PF-Dylan Osetkowski (from Tulane)

Texas Tech
SG-Brandone Francis-Ramirez (from Florida)

BIG EAST
Butler
G-Paul Jorgensen (from George Washington)

Creighton
PG-Kaleb Joseph (from Syracuse)

DePaul
SG-Austin Grandstaff (from Oklahoma)

Marquette
PF/C-Harry Froling (from SMU, eligible 2nd semester)

St. John’s
F-Marvin Clark (from Michigan State)
PG-Justin Simon (from Arizona)

BIG TEN
Michigan
SG-Charles Matthews (from Kentucky)

Nebraska
F-Isaac Copeland (from Georgetown, eligible 2nd semester)
SG-James Palmer (from Miami FL)

Penn State
C-Satchel Paige (from Virginia Tech)

Mountain West
Boise State
PG-Tom Wilson (from SMU, eligible 2nd semester)
Colorado State
SG-Robbie Berwick (from Florida State)
PG-Kevin Dorsey (from Minnesota)
G/F-Lorenzo Jenkins (from Arkansas)
G-Kevin Little (from Maine)

Fresno State
PG-New Williams (from Auburn, eligible 2nd semester)

Nevada
PG-Hallice Cooke (from Iowa State)
G/F-Caleb Martin (from N.C. State)
G/F-Cody Martin (from N.C. State)
SG-Kendall Stephens (from Purdue)

San Diego State
PG-Devin Watson (from San Francisco)

UNLV
PG-Jordan Johnson (from Milwaukee)

Wyoming
PG-Ny Redding (from Washington State)

PAC 12
Arizona
SG-Dylan Smith (from UNC-Asheville)

Arizona State
SF-Mickey Mitchell (from UC-Santa Barbara, eligible 2nd semester)

California
PF-Marcus Lee (from Kentucky)

Colorado
SG-Namon Wright (from Missouri)

Oregon
F-Paul White (from Georgetown)

USC
PG-Derryck Thornton Jr. (from Duke)

SEC
Alabama
C-Daniel Giddens (from Ohio State)

Auburn
SF-DeSean Murray (from Presbyterian)

Florida
SG-Jalen Hudson (from Virginia Tech)

Ole Miss
C-Dominik Olejniczak (from Drake)

South Carolina
PG-Kory Holden (from Delaware)

Vanderbilt
PG-Larry Austin Jr. (from Xavier)

David Kay is a senior feature NBA DraftNBA, and college basketball writer for the Sports Bank.  He also heads up the NBA and college basketball material at Walter Football.com and is a former contributor at The Washington Times Communities.  David has appeared on numerous national radio programs spanning from Cleveland to New Orleans to Honolulu to Milwaukee.  He also had the most accurate 2011 NBA Mock Draft and the most accurate 2012 NBA Mock Draft on the internet , AND the second most accurate 2013 NBA Mock Draft. (Yup, nearly 3peat champ… #humblebrag.)

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