College basketball transfer rankings for 2019-20 and 2020-21

UNLV's Shakur Juiston committed to the Oregon Ducks in mid-July. Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

The number of transfers has increased significantly over the past few years, and with the introduction of the transfer portal, the practice has moved to a different level. One week after the NCAA tournament ended, there were already more than 700 departures from Division I schools. It can be overwhelming at times, so here are the 100 best, sorted by those who we'll see playing college basketball in 2019-20 and those who will have to sit out next season. The list of remaining transfers still on the market has dwindled, but some notables remain.

(Last updated September 17, 2019. Will be updated regularly.)

Immediately eligible transfers | Sit-out transfers

Immediately eligible transfers

1. Kerry Blackshear Jr., 6-foot-10, 250 pounds, PF, RS Jr., Virginia Tech
Committed to Florida
Blackshear was a dominant force over Virginia Tech's final 10 games, and averaged 14.9 points and 7.5 rebounds for the season. Immediately an all-SEC candidate for the Gators.

2. Nate Sestina, 6-9, 245 pounds, PF, RS Jr., Bucknell
Committed to Kentucky
Averaged 15.8 points and 8.5 rebounds, shot 38.0 percent from 3.

3. Shakur Juiston, 6-7, 220 pounds, PF, RS Jr., UNLV
Committed to Oregon
Expected to get a redshirt for this past season after playing just eight games. Was a force in 2017-18, averaging 14.6 points and 10.0 rebounds.

4. Justin Pierce, 6-7, 215 pounds, SF, RS Jr., William & Mary
Committed to North Carolina
Pierce can fill a variety of roles. He picked the Tar Heels over Notre Dame and Michigan. Averaged 14.9 points, 8.9 rebounds and 4.1 assists.

5. Admon Gilder, 6-4, 199 pounds, SG, RS Jr., Texas A&M
Committed to Gonzaga
Missed this past season with an injury, but was a productive all-around player for Texas A&M in 2017-18. Averaged 12.3 points and 4.1 rebounds and shot 39.5 percent from 3-point range.

6. Christian Keeling, 6-4, 175 pounds, SG, RS Jr., Charleston Southern
Committed to North Carolina
The Tar Heels won Keeling's services over Georgia Tech and Clemson. Averaged 18.7 points and 6.9 rebounds and shot 38.0 percent from 3.

7. Chris Clarke, 6-6, 215 pounds, PF, RS Jr., Virginia Tech
Committed to Texas Tech
Clarke was suspended the entire season due to off-court issues, but he was one of the more versatile players in the ACC in 2017-18. Averaged 8.2 points, 6.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists.

8. Lamont West, 6-8, 222 pounds, PF, RS Jr., West Virginia
Committed to Missouri State
Averaged 11.1 points and 4.1 rebounds.

9. Jayce Johnson, 7-0, 235 pounds, C, RS Jr., Utah
Committed to Marquette
Was a major factor down the stretch for Utah, especially on the glass and at the defensive end. Averaged 7.1 points and 7.7 rebounds.

10. Lamarr Kimble, 6-0, 185 pounds, G, RS Jr., Saint Joseph's
Committed to Louisville
Averaged 15.6 points and 2.8 assists.

11. Luwane Pipkins, 5-11, 180 pounds, PG, RS Jr., UMass
Committed to Providence
Averaged 16.0 points and 5.2 assists.

12. Jahaad Proctor, 6-3, 215 pounds, SG, RS Jr., High Point
Committed to Purdue
Second-team All-Big South selection had a number of high-major programs in the mix before selecting the Boilermakers. Averaged 19.5 points and 3.3 assists.

13. Jason Carter, 6-8, 230 pounds, PF, Soph., Ohio
Committed to Xavier
Averaged 16.5 points and 6.7 rebounds. Could have two years.

14. Joey Brunk, 6-11, 230 pounds, PF, RS Soph., Butler
Committed to Indiana
Brunk had Indiana and Ole Miss on his trail before setting on the Hoosiers, and has two years left to play. Averaged 7.6 points and 3.6 rebounds.

15. James "Beetle" Bolden, 6-0, 175 pounds, G, RS Jr., West Virginia
Committed to Alabama
Averaged 12.2 points and shot 34.9 percent from 3.

16. Camron Justice, 6-3, 180 pounds, SG, RS Jr., IUPUI
Committed to Western Kentucky
The former Vanderbilt guard had a breakout season during his one year with the Jaguars. He averaged 18.6 points and shot 35.2 percent from 3.

17. KJ Feagin, 6-1, 190 pounds, PG, RS Jr., Santa Clara
Committed to San Diego State
Averaged 17.5 points and 4.0 assists in 2017-18.

18. Jaevin Cumberland, 6-3, 185 pounds, SG, RS Jr., Oakland
Committed to Cincinnati
The cousin of Cincinnati guard Jarron Cumberland is a big-time backcourt scorer. Averaged 17.2 points and 3.5 assists and shot 39.9 percent from 3.

19. Isaiah Moss, 6-5, 208 pounds, SG, Jr., Iowa
Committed to Kansas
Was expected to be a key cog of a potential top-25 Iowa team, and initially committed to Arkansas before ultimately deciding on the Jayhawks. Averaged 9.2 points and shot 42.1 percent from 3.

20. Anthony Mathis, 6-3, 175 pounds, SG, RS Jr., New Mexico
Committed to Oregon
One of the best perimeter shooters in college basketball the last two seasons, Mathis should provide perimeter pop in Eugene. Averaged 14.4 points, shot 41.6 percent from 3.

21. Derryck Thornton Jr., 6-3, 185 pounds, PG, RS Jr., USC
Committed to Boston College
A five-star recruit coming out of high school who began his career at Duke, Thornton will provide a starting point guard for the Eagles. Averaged 7.7 points and 4.3 assists.

22. Max Hazzard, 5-10, 170 pounds, SG, RS Jr., UC Irvine
Committed to Arizona
Hazzard boosted his stock after hitting five 3-pointers and scoring 19 points against Kansas State in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Averaged 12.5 points and shot 38.7 percent from 3.

23. Jimmy Whitt Jr., 6-3, 175 pounds, SG, RS Jr., SMU
Committed to Arkansas
Had also entered his name into the NBA draft. Whitt, who started his career at Arkansas and will return to Fayetteville, averaged 12.3 points and 6.4 rebounds last season.

24. Tevin Mack, 6-6, 225 pounds, SF, RS Jr., Alabama
Committed to Clemson
Mack removed his name from the NBA draft, but entered the transfer portal shortly after and landed with the Tigers. Mack, who started his career at Texas, averaged 9.0 points and 3.3 rebounds.

25. Akwasi Yeboah, 6-6, 235 pounds, SF, RS Jr., Stony Brook
Committed to Rutgers
Yeboah left Stony Brook after coach Jeff Boals departed the Seawolves for Ohio. Averaged 16.7 points and 7.7 rebounds.

26. Terrell Allen, 6-3, 185 pounds, PG, RS Jr., UCF
Committed to Georgetown
Allen's numbers don't jump off the page, but he is a good distributor and defender who can knock down 3s. Averaged 6.7 points and 4.3 assists.

27. Daniel Utomi, 6-6, 215 pounds, SF, RS Jr., Akron
Committed to USC
A talented wing, Utomi played very well over the final few games of the season and showed some perimeter range. Averaged 14.2 points and 5.5 rebounds.

28. Pat Andree, 6-8, 225 pounds, PF, RS Jr., Lehigh
Committed to NC State
The perfect stretch-4 for a high-major program, Andree averaged 12.9 points and 6.2 rebounds and shot 41.9 percent from 3-point range.

29. TJ Holyfield, 6-8, 227 pounds, PF, RS Jr., Stephen F. Austin
Committed to Texas Tech
Holyfield selected Texas Tech over Kansas, Illinois, Miami and Oregon. Averaged 12.9 points and 6.4 rebounds in 2017-18.

30. Derrik Smits, 7-1, 240 pounds, C, RS Jr., Valparaiso
Committed to Butler
Given his size and production, Smits was also being pursued by Arizona State and NC State before settling on Butler. Averaged 12.2 points and 5.7 rebounds.

31. Matej Kavas, 6-8, 200 pounds, F, RS Jr., Seattle
Committed to Nebraska
He missed time with a broken shin, but Kavas still shot 45.8 percent from 3. Averaged 15.2 points in 2017-18 and 10.3 points in 2018-19.

32. Jake Toolson, 6-5, 205 pounds, SG, RS Jr., Utah Valley
Committed to BYU
Toolson started his career at BYU and could end it there, after Mark Pope left Utah Valley to become the head coach at BYU. Averaged 15.7 points and shot 44.8 percent from 3.

33. Alihan Demir, 6-9, 232 pounds, PF, RS Jr., Drexel
Committed to Minnesota
There aren't a ton of bigs on the grad market, which made Demir a more sought-after option. Averaged 14.8 points and 6.4 rebounds.

34. Keith Stone, 6-8, 253 pounds, PF, RS Jr., Florida
Committed to Miami (FL)
Missed the last half of the season with an injury, but Stone has good size and provides inside-outside production. Averaged 6.1 points and shot 40.5 percent from 3.

35. Dazon Ingram, 6-5, 210 pounds, SG, RS Jr., Alabama
Committed to UCF
Had a consistent role with the Crimson Tide for the past three seasons, but left when coach Avery Johnson was fired. Averaged 7.1 points and 3.8 rebounds.

36. Curtis Jones, 6-4, 185 pounds, SG, Jr., Oklahoma State
Committed to Penn State
Jones is going to attempt to graduate this summer and play immediately next season for the Nittany Lions. Averaged 8.1 points and 3.0 rebounds, while shooting 32.5 percent from 3.

37. DJ Williams, 6-7, 215 pounds, SF, RS Jr., George Washington
Williams started his career at Illinois, but transferred to George Washington, where he stood out during his lone season in Washington D.C. Averaged 13.7 points and 4.7 rebounds.

38. Quinton Adlesh, 6-0, 195 pounds, PG, RS Jr., Columbia
Committed to USC
Averaged 13.5 points and shot 37.2 percent from 3.

39. Haanif Cheatham, 6-5, 195 pounds, SG, RS Jr., Florida Gulf Coast
Committed to Nebraska
Has played just 15 games total since the 2016-17 season, but has been a productive scorer at both his stops (Cheatham played parts of three seasons at Marquette). Averaged 13.2 points through 10 games this past season.

40. Matt Milon, 6-5, 195 pounds, SG, RS Jr., William & Mary
Committed to UCF
Another one of the several players who left the Tribe following coach Tony Shaver's firing, Milon shot better than 40 percent from 3 and averaged 13.0 points.

41. Ryan Woolridge, 6-3, 175 pounds, G, RS Jr., North Texas
Committed to Gonzaga
Versatile guard was a consistent contributor for the Mean Green for three seasons. Averaged 11.7 points, 5.9 rebounds and 4.8 assists.

42. Donnell Gresham, 6-1, 203 pounds, PG, RS Jr., Northeastern
Committed to Georgia
Gresham brought a little bit of everything to a good Northeastern team, making perimeter shots, distributing and rebounding. Averaged 9.7 points, 4.9 rebounds and 3.1 rebounds and shot 37.9 percent from 3.

43. Matt Ryan, 6-8, 209 pounds, SF, RS Jr., Vanderbilt
Committed to Chattanooga
A shooter with size, Ryan saw his 3-point percentage drop to 32.8 percent this past season. Still averaged 8.1 points.

44. Jeantal Cylla, 6-7, 215 pounds, SF, RS Jr., UNC Wilmington
Committed to Arkansas
The Florida native can stretch the floor a bit and has a variety of levels in pursuit. Averaged 13.7 points and 4.6 rebounds.

45. Tyler Scanlon, 6-7, 215 pounds, F, RS Jr., Boston University
Committed to Belmont
Versatile forward averaged 13.8 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.3 assists last season for the Terriers.

46. Elijah Mitrou-Long, 6-1, 185 pounds, PG, Jr., Texas
Committed to UNLV
Averaged 15.0 points at Mount St. Mary's in 2016-17, but couldn't bring that success to the Big 12. Last season, he averaged 5.6 PPG, 1.6 APG

47. Dominik Olejniczak, 7-0, 255 pounds, C, RS Jr., Ole Miss
Committed to Florida State
He started his career at Drake and didn't put up big numbers at Ole Miss, but he is a 7-footer who can fill a role. Averaged 5.3 points and 3.0 rebounds.

48. K.J. Lawson, 6-8, 210 pounds, F, RS Jr., Kansas
Committed to Tulane
The older brother of Kansas forward Dedric Lawson, K.J. didn't quite make the expected impact, but he is versatile. He averaged 3.1 points for the Jayhawks last season.

49. Donte Fitzpatrick-Dorsey, 6-4, 191 pounds, SG, RS Jr., Tenn. St.

The Memphis native has good size for his position and can shoot it from the perimeter. Averaged 14.3 points and shot 38.1 percent from 3.

50. Brandon Boyd, 6-0, 180 pounds, PG, RS Jr., Idaho State
Committed to Cal Baptist
Boyd entered the transfer portal after coach Bill Evans was fired. Averaged 14.2 points and 3.6 assists.

Next in line: Brandonn Kamga, High Point (committed to Cal State Fullerton); Kareem South, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (committed to California); Deng Geu, North Dakota State (committed to North Texas); Jonathan Laurent, UMass (committed to Oklahoma State); Deion James, Colorado State (committed to Washington State); Anthony Bonner, Colorado State (committed to Missouri State); Nic Thomas, Norfolk State (committed to Tulane); Edric Dennis, UT Arlington (committed to TCU); Malik Ellison, Pittsburgh (committed to Hartford); Marcus Sheffield, Stanford (committed to Elon); Aaron Falzon, Northwestern (committed to Quinnipiac); Daniel Giddens, Alabama (committed to Vermont); Matt Freeman, Oklahoma (committed to UC Santa Barbara); Barret Benson, Northwestern (committed to Southern Illinois); Javan White, Clemson (committed to UMKC); Isaiah White, Maine (committed to Portland); Micaiah Henry, Tennessee Tech (committed to South Carolina); Yanni Wetzell, Vanderbilt (committed to San Diego State); Jaire Grayer, George Mason (committed to TCU)

Sit-out transfers (eligible in 2020-21 season)

1. Sam Hauser, 6-8, 225 pounds, PF, Jr., Marquette
Committed to Virginia
The older Hauser has just one year left to play, and has all-ACC potential once eligible in 2020-21. He averaged 14.9 points and 7.2 rebounds this past season, while shooting 40.2 percent from 3.

2. Quentin Grimes, 6-5, 210 pounds, G, Fr., Kansas
Committed to Houston
A former top-10 prospect in the 2018 class, Grimes was inconsistent during his freshman season in Lawrence. Still has plenty of potential. Averaged 8.4 points and 2.0 assists.

3. David Jenkins, 6-2, 200 pounds, SG, Soph., South Dakota State
Committed to UNLV
After playing second fiddle to Mike Daum, the big-time scorer (19.7 PPG, 45.3 3PT%) left following coach T.J. Otzelberger's departure for UNLV ... and ended up back with Otzelberger in Vegas.

4. Joey Hauser, 6-9, 230 pounds, PF, Fr., Marquette
Committed to Michigan State
The former top-50 recruit and brother of Sam Hauser (see above) has two years left to play -- Joey has played just one season of college basketball, but already used part of a redshirt year in 2017-18 and would have to be granted a medical waiver to play beyond 2021-22. He was inconsistent down the stretch in 2018-19, but he still averaged 9.7 points and 5.3 rebounds and shot 42.5 percent from 3.

5. Jahvon Quinerly, 6-1, 175 pounds, PG, Fr., Villanova
Committed to Alabama
A five-star prospect in 2018, Quinerly didn't beat out Collin Gillespie for a starting role, then struggled for most of his freshman season at Villanova. Averaged 3.2 points.

6. Anthony Duruji, 6-7, 215 pounds, SF, Soph., Louisiana Tech
Committed to Florida
One of the best pure athletes in this group of transfers, Duruji averaged 12.2 points and 6.2 rebounds.

7. Jordan Brown, 6-11, 210 pounds, PF, Fr., Nevada
Committed to Arizona
Despite being a McDonald's All-American in 2018, Brown played behind Jordan Caroline and Trey Porter for the Wolf Pack and left following the coaching change in Reno. Averaged 3.0 points and 2.1 rebounds.

8. Joel Ntambwe, 6-9, 210 pounds, F, Fr., UNLV
Committed to Texas Tech
Chose Red Raiders over UConn and Nebraska. Averaged 11.8 points, 5.5 rebounds and shot 38.6 percent from 3-point range.

9. Eric Williams Jr., 6-6, 205 pounds, F, Soph., Duquesne
Committed to Oregon
It didn't take long for Williams to drum up a list of big-time schools, with Williams choosing the Ducks over Missouri. Averaged 14.0 points and 7.6 rebounds.

10. Jaylen Fisher, 6-2, 195 pounds, PG, Jr., TCU
Committed to Grand Canyon
Fisher has struggled with injuries for the past two seasons and only played nine games before leaving the Horned Frogs this past season. Averaged 12.1 points and shot 44.1 percent from 3.

11. D.J. Harvey, 6-6, 225 pounds, SG, Soph., Notre Dame
Committed to Vanderbilt
A former top-50 prospect, Harvey had a solid sophomore season, and had has enough name cachet to land in the SEC. Averaged 10.7 points and 4.2 rebounds.

12. Eugene Omoruyi, 6-7, 234 pounds, SF, Jr., Rutgers
Committed to Oregon
Omoruyi pulled a surprising move by leaving Rutgers in late May. He was very productive last season for the Scarlet Knights, averaging 13.8 points and 7.2 rebounds. Will sit one, play one.

13. RJ Cole, 6-1, 185 pounds, PG, Soph., Howard
Committed to UConn
One of the most productive players in college basketball last season, Cole will look to translate his numbers at a higher level in the AAC. Averaged 21.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and 6.4 assists.

14. Justice Sueing, 6-7, 215 pounds, SF, Soph., California
Committed to Ohio State
Cal's leading scorer and rebounder, Sueing started a mass exodus shortly after the Golden Bears replaced coach Wyking Jones with Mark Fox. Averaged 14.3 points and 6.0 rebounds.

15. Caleb Daniels, 6-4, 205 pounds, SG, Soph., Tulane
Committed to Villanova
Daniels left after the Green Wave fired Mike Dunleavy Sr. and hired Ron Hunter. Averaged 16.9 points and 3.3 assists.

16. Takal Molson, 6-5, 205 pounds, SG, Soph., Canisius
Committed to Seton Hall
One of the better two-way players in the MAAC, Molson averaged 16.9 points and 5.4 rebounds.

17. Cormac Ryan, 6-5, 190 pounds, SG, Fr., Stanford
Committed to Notre Dame
Ryan entered college with the reputation as a perimeter shooter, but struggled making shots as a freshman. Still averaged 8.7 points and 3.5 rebounds.

18. Donnie Tillman, 6-7, 225 pounds, F, Soph., Utah
Committed to UNLV
Tillman originally entered the NBA draft, returned to Utah, took a leave of absence from the program, then entered the transfer portal. The Pac-12 Sixth Man of the Year averaged 10.5 points and 5.3 rebounds.

19. Thomas Allen, 6-1, 184 pounds, SG, Soph., Nebraska
Committed to NC State
Averaged 8.7 points.

20. Darius McNeill, 6-3, 182 pounds, SG, Soph., California
Committed to SMU
The Houston native averaged 11.0 points and shot 34.9 percent from 3-point range.

21. Jared Bynum, 5-10, 172 pounds, PG, Fr., Saint Joseph's
Committed to Providence
Given his status as a sit-one, play-three point guard, a number of Big East schools were involved, with the Friars winning his rights. Averaged 11.3 points and 4.5 assists.

22. Nick Honor, 5-10, 190 pounds, PG, Fr., Fordham
Committed to Clemson
Honor was a coveted transfer after averaging 15.3 points and 3.0 assists, and landed in the ACC. Still has three years left to play.

23. Rasir Bolton, 6-2, 180 pounds, G, Fr., Penn State
Committed to Iowa State
Has three years left to play after putting up double-figures during his one season with the Nittany Lions. Averaged 11.6 points and shot 36.1 percent from 3.

24. Adam Flagler, 6-3, 170 pounds, SG, Fr., Presbyterian
Committed to Baylor
The freshman of the year in the Big South, Flagler averaged 15.9 points and shot 38.2 percent from 3-point range.

25. Kevin Easley, 6-6, 232 pounds, SF, Fr., Chattanooga
Committed to TCU
It's no surprise that Easley had high-major interest -- choosing TCU from a group of suitors that also included Washington State. He has three years to play, and averaged 14.2 points and 6.7 rebounds and shot 39.7 percent from 3 with the Mocs.

26. Nysier Brooks, 6-11, 240 pounds, C, Jr., Cincinnati
Committed to Miami (FL)
Brooks is a sit-out, play-one addition in Coral Gables, but was very effective as a defender and rebounder in Cincinnati's system. Averaged 8.1 points, 6.3 rebounds and 1.5 blocks.

27. Noah Horchler, 6-8, 210 pounds, PF, Jr., North Florida
Committed to Providence
Has to sit out and only has one year left to play, but had no shortage of suitors after averaging 16.0 points and 9.3 rebounds.

28. Khavon Moore, 6-7, 215 pounds, SF, Fr., Texas Tech
Committed to Clemson
Played just two minutes last season due to injury, but was a top-50 recruit coming out of high school and could be a factor when healthy. It's reasonable to think Moore could get a waiver to be able to play for the Tigers in 2019-20.

29. Ithiel Horton, 6-3, 200 pounds, SG, Fr., Delaware
Committed to Pittsburgh
Outstanding outside shooter who totaled 73 points in his final three games last season. Shot 40.9 percent from 3 and averaged 13.2 points as a freshman.

30. Teyvion Kirk, 6-4, 185 pounds, SG, Soph., Ohio
Committed to Colorado State
Kirk left following the coaching change at Ohio. Has two years left to play after averaging 14.4 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists.

31. Bubba Parham, 5-11, 155 pounds, PG, Soph., VMI
Committed to Georgia Tech
Second-team all-conference guard put up huge numbers (21.4 PPG, 3.5 APG) for VMI. Unlikely to have as big a role as a Yellow Jacket, but was a capable shooter at nearly 40 percent from behind the arc.

32. Tyree Appleby, 6-1, 165 lbs., PG, Soph., Cleveland State
Committed to Florida
The best of a number of Cleveland State transfers, Appleby committed to Florida soon after leaving CSU in early July. Averaged 17.2 points and 5.6 assists.

33. Desmond Cambridge, 6-4, 180 pounds, SG, Soph., Brown
Committed to Nevada
Cambridge put up big numbers in the first two-thirds of the season, including 30-plus points on three different occasions, before tapering off late in the season. Averaged 15.7 points.

34. Victor Bailey Jr., 6-4, 185 pounds, SG, Soph., Oregon
Committed to Tennessee
Athletic lefty guard had a consistent rotation role during his two seasons at Oregon. Averaged 7.4 points and shot 39.8 percent from 3-point range.

35. Jaedon Ledee, 6-9, 230 pounds, PF, Fr., Ohio State
Committed to TCU
Had some moments during his freshman season in Columbus, but wasn't a factor in Big Ten play. Averaged 3.0 points and 1.7 rebounds.

36. Antwann Jones, 6-6, 205 pounds, SG, Fr., Memphis
Committed to Creighton
Played a bigger role early in the season, but then saw extended minutes down the stretch. Good size for the wing. Averaged 4.7 points and 3.0 rebounds.

37. Miles Norris, 6-10, 210 pounds, PF, Fr., Oregon
Committed to UC Santa Barbara
Former ESPN 100 prospect didn't get an extended role with the Ducks, but a year off could be very useful for Norris. Averaged 3.3 points.

38. Terry Nolan, 6-2, 180 pounds, SG, Soph., George Washington
Committed to Bradley
He averaged 10.6 points and 4.6 rebounds as a sophomore, and generated interest from all levels before committing to Bradley.

39. J'Raan Brooks, 6-9, 220 pounds, PF, Fr., USC
Committed to Washington
ESPN 100 prospect that committed and decommitted from both USC and St. John's before ending up back at USC out of high school. Averaged 2.0 points and 1.3 rebounds.

40. Dalano Banton, 6-8, 190 pounds, SF, Fr., Western Kentucky
Committed to Nebraska
It was not a huge surprise to see Banton end up at the high-major level despite his middling numbers (3.4 points, 3.0 rebounds, 2.1 assists). Has good size and playmaking ability.

41. Michael Weathers, 6-2, 180 pounds, SG, RS Soph., Oklahoma State
Committed to Texas Southern
Weathers had off-court issues at Oklahoma State and was dismissed by Mike Boynton midway through the season. Averaged 9.2 points after sitting out following his transfer from Miami (Ohio).

42. JD Notae, 6-foot-2, 185 pounds, G, Soph., Jacksonville
Committed to Arkansas
Versatile backcourt player put up 15.5 points, 6.2 rebounds and 3.4 assists as a sophomore. Chose Arkansas over the likes of Oklahoma State and Kansas State.

43. Chase Audige, 6-4, 190 pounds, SG, Fr., William & Mary
Committed to Northwestern
Part of the group of departures after Tony Shaver was fired, Audige has three years remaining, averaging 9.6 points and shooting 37.1 percent from 3-point range.

44. Charlie Moore, 5-11, 180 pounds, PG, RS Soph., Kansas
Committed to DePaul
Was expected to bring depth and shooting to Kansas' backcourt, but after averaging 12.2 points as a freshman at California, was a nonfactor in Lawrence. Averaged 2.9 points.

45. Jemarl Baker, 6-4, 192 pounds, SG, RS Fr., Kentucky
Committed to Arizona
Redshirted after knee surgery in 2017-18, and played a reserve role this past season. Came into college with a reputation as a shooter. Averaged 2.3 points.

46. Isaiah Washington, 6-1, 195 pounds, PG, Soph., Minnesota
Committed to Iona
Came into college with some hype due to his flashy play and top-100 ranking, but couldn't carve out a consistent role in two seasons. Averaged 4.3 points and 2.8 assists.

47. Seventh Woods, 6-2, 185 pounds, G, Jr., North Carolina
Committed to South Carolina
Hyped recruit never quite carved out a role with the Tar Heels. Averaged 2.5 points and 2.1 assists.

48. Marcus Shaver, 6-2, 185 pounds, G, Soph., Portland
Committed to Boise State
Shaver was one of the few bright spots for Portland this past season, averaging 14.8 points. He also shot 40 percent from 3-point range in WCC play.

49. Shawn Williams, 6-1, 175 pounds, SG, RS Soph., East Carolina
Committed to New Mexico State
The AAC Rookie of the Year in 2017-18, Williams was a consistent perimeter scorer during his two seasons with the Pirates. Averaged 12.8 points and shot 35.9 percent from 3.

50. D.J. Burns, 6-9, 272 pounds, C, RS Fr., Tennessee
Committed to Winthrop
A former ESPN 100 prospect in the 2018 class after reclassifying, Burns redshirted his first season at Tennessee and then entered the portal in early July.

Next in line: Kendric Davis, TCU (committed to SMU); Jordan Davis, Dayton (committed to Middle Tennessee); Felipe Haase, South Carolina (committed to Mercer); Cameron Tyson, Idaho (committed to Houston); Makai Ashton-Langford, Providence (committed to Boston College); Evan Gilyard, UTEP (committed to New Mexico State); Connor Vanover, California (committed to Arkansas): Neftali Alvarez, Fairfield (committed to Mercer); Michael Steadman, San Jose State (committed to Montana); Maurice Calloo, Oklahoma State (committed to Indian Hills CC); Deaundrae Ballard, Florida (committed to South Alabama); Trace Young, Wyoming (committed to John A. Logan CC); Jarkel Joiner, CSU Bakersfield (committed to Ole Miss); Keonte Kennedy, Xavier (committed to UTEP); Teshaun Hightower, Georgia (committed to Tulane); Warren Washington, Oregon State (committed to Nevada); Jalen Jordan, St. Francis (BKN) (committed to Middle Tennessee); Isaiah Stokes, Florida (committed to Memphis); Jacob Grandison, Holy Cross (committed to Illinois); Alex Barcello, Arizona (committed to BYU)