Top 25 offseason transfers

Several schools were impacted by the ever-growing transfer market, but none benefited more than Maryland when the Terrapins added former Duke standout Rasheed Sulaimon. Jim O'Connor/USA TODAY Sports

There will be a few more transfers that pop, but for the most part the carousel has churned on the market this season.

Here are the top 25 players who decided (or were forced) to change schools and where they wound up.

Note:* denotes a grad transfer who is expected to be eligible for 2015-16 season

1. Rasheed Sulaimon*, 6-foot-5, SG, Senior, Duke to Maryland

The reason for Sulaimon's departure from Duke is still somewhat unclear, but he will head to College Park and play for Mark Turgeon -- who recruited the Texan when he was coaching at Texas A&M. Sulaimon only averaged 7.5 points per game as a junior, but he put up 11.6 as a freshman and shot better than 40 percent from beyond the arc each of his final two seasons under Mike Krzyzewski. He could be the missing piece for a Maryland team that will be ranked by some as the Preseason No. 1 team in the country, and he's eligible immediately as a grad transfer.