Sport College Basketball’s 2020-21 Transfer List

02:11  27 october  2020
02:11  27 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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The college basketball transfer market still has some key names seeking homes for 2020 - 21 and beyond. Midyear transfers eligible at 2020 - 21 semester break. 1. TJ Starks, 6-foot-2, 208 pounds, G, Jr., Texas A&M Committed to Cal State Northridge Starks was suspended indefinitely early in the

Listen below and subscribe to the Eye on College Basketball podcast where we take you beyond the hardwood with insider information and instant reactions. Here are the top 10 transfers who will be eligible for the 2020 - 21 season after sitting last season due to NCAA transfer rules

As more players transfer throughout this college basketball season, feel free to email me any names that I might miss at goodmanhoops@gmail.com.

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Note: School in CAPS indicates transfer’s new team. Stats are from 2019-20 season.


AJ Taylor, 6-6, 205, F, RS Jr., NC State (Injured – played one game)


Arkel Lamar, 6-5, 235, F, Grad, UMBC (3.3 ppg) – MANHATTAN


John Buggs, 6-2, 185, G, Soph., UMass (0.5 ppg)


Timmy Falls, 6-2, 170, G, Sr., Montana (6.6 PPG)

Dayton Harris, 6-2, 155, PG, Fr., Northern Arizona

Raazhel Watkins, 6-1, 170, G, RS Jr., Sacramento State – CHAMINADE


Duncan LeXander, 6-8, 205, F, Jr., Charleston Southern (4.0 ppg)

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DJ McDonald, 5-11, 175, G, Jr., UC Riverside (4.0 ppg)


B.J. Maxwell, 6-4, 200, G, Grad (2 years left), Detroit Mercy (1.0 ppg – 2 games)


Chris Knight, 6-7, 225, F, Grad, Dartmouth (14.8 ppg, 6.4 rpg)

Aaryn Rai, 6-6, 205, G, Grad, Dartmouth (11.2 ppg, 6.4 rpg)

Danilo Djuricic, 6-8, 215, F, Grad, Harvard (6.1 ppg)

Reed Farley, 6-4, 195, G, Grad, Harvard

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Rio Haskett, 6-3, 195, G, Grad, Harvard (6.2 ppg)

Paul Atkinson Jr., 6-10, 220, F, Grad, Yale (17.6 ppg, 7.3 rpg)


Joniya Gadson, 6-10, 245, C, Grad, Bowling Green


LaPri McCray-Pace, 6-4, 220, G, Sr., Morgan State (1.5 ppg)


Miles Thomas, 6-6, 180, G, Grad, UT Martin (7.1 ppg)


Juhwan Harris-Dyson, 6-6, 205, G, Grad, Cal (4.0 ppg)

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Jacob Radaker, 6-9, 200, F, Fr., Navy


J.P. Robinson, 5-10, 150, G, Soph., Samford (2.4 ppg)

Garfield Turner, 6-7, 210, PF, Fr., VMI


Ben Uloko, 6-7, 265, C, Jr., Houston Baptist (8.0 ppg) – CALIFORNIA STATE, LA

Isaiah Jones, 6-7, 220, F, Grad., New Orleans


Kamani Johnson, 6-7, 215, F, Jr., Little Rock (11.0 ppg, 6.7 rpg) – ARKANSAS


Deng Bol, 6-3, 170, G, Jr., Jackson State

Richard Jones, 5-10, 165, G, Fr., Mississippi Valley State – LINCOLN TRAIL


Jacob Tryon, 6-11, 210, C, Sr., Portland (7.1 ppg) – SAMFORD

Braun Hartfield, 6-6, 185, G, Grad, San Diego (13.9 ppg)


Chase Berry, Boise State

Michael Kirincic, Cleveland State (did not play on team)

Cossy Kowouto, Mississippi Valley State

Noah Lack, Santa Clara

Iseri Palacio, Colorado State

Mitch Prendergast, Mercer

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