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In what's becoming an annual listing, updated occasionally in bold-faced text:

Updated May 17,  2022 with 1690 total names entered into the Transfer Portal per Verbal Commits:

OUTGOING:

Davidson:  Nelson Boachie-Yiadom (Hofstra), Chris Ford (transfer), Hyunjung Lee (PRO), Luka Brajkovic (transfer -  did not have him here but in the write up on Skogman's transfer into Davidson, it said he'd replace the departing Brajkovic)  and Michael Jones (transfer)

Dayton: Elijah Weaver (transfer), Lynn Greer (St. Joe's) and Moulaye Sissoko (North Texas)

Duquesne: Toby Okani (UIC), Tyson Acuff (Eastern Michigan) and Jackie Johnson III (UNLV), Amir Spears (Georgetown), Leon Ayers III (Bowling Green), Mounir Hima (Syracuse), Mike Bekelja (transfer)

Fordham: Antonio Daye (Coastal Carolina), DJ Gordon (Jacksonville State), and Ahmad Harrison (transfer), Kam'ron Cunningham (transfer), Coach Kyle Neptune (Villanova), Jalen Cobb (Mercer)

George Mason: Jamal Hartwell (UC-Riverside), Xavier Johnson (Southern Illinois), Joel Kabimba (Bryant), Otis Frazier II (Texas-El Paso), Sam Shelton (transfer), Michael Gray (transfer), TJ Gadsden (transfer)

George Washington:  Ricky Lindo  (transfer), Joe Bamisile (Oklahoma), Brayon Freeman (Rhode Island), Ira Lee (College of Charleston)

La Salle:  Jhamir Brickus (transfer), Jack Clark (NC State), Clifton Moore (Providence), Anwar Gill , Mamadou Doucoure (transfer), Khalil Brantley (transfer), Sherif Kenney (Bryant), Brandon Dwyer (transfer),  Christian Ray (Delaware), Derrius Ward (Harcum JUCO), Kyle Thompson (transfer), Tegra Izay (transfer), Matt McFarlane (transfer)

Loyola:  Ty Johnson (UC-Davis), Damezi Anderson (transfer)

Massachusetts:  Javohn Garcia (transfer), DJ Jackson (IUPUI), Preston Santos (transfer), Dibaji Walker (Appalachian State), Kolton Mitchell (transfer)

Rhode Island:  Antwan Walker (Bryant), Makhi Mitchell (Arkansas), Mahkel Mitchell (Arkansas), Allen Betrand (Rider), Ishmael Leggett (transfer), Tres Berry (Charleston - Southern) Illeri Ayo-Faleye (Vermont)

Richmond: Isaiah Wilson (transfer), Souleymane Kouressi (transfer), Tyler Burton (PRO), 

Saint Joseph's:  Dahmir Bishop (Florida Gulf Coast), Taylor Funk (Utah State), Jack Forest (Bucknell), Jadrian Tracey (Florida Southwestern State), Rahmir Moore (Wagner)

Saint Louis: Jordan Nesbitt (Hampton), Andre Lorentsson (transfer), Rashad WIlliams (Arkansas-Pine Bluff), Markhi Strickland (Victoria College (TX) (JUCO)), Lassina Traore (Long Beach State), Yuri Collins

St. Bonaventure:  Abdoul Karim Coulibaly (Umass - Lowell), Joryam Saizonou (UNCG), Jaren Holmes (Iowa State), Dominick Welch (transfer), Osun Osunniyi (Iowa State), Kyle Lofton (Florida), Oluwasegun Durosinmi (Northern Illinois), Linton Brown (Coastal Carolina), Quadray Adams (transfer), Pedro Rossi (transfer)

VCU: KeShawn Curry (PRO), Mikeal Brown-Jones (North Carolina-Greensboro), Marcus Tsohonis (Long Beach State), Jimmy Nichols Jr. (Coastal Carolina), Vince Williams (PRO), Hasan Ward (Iowa State)

INCOMING:

Davidson:  Connor Kochera (William & Mary), David Skogman (Buffalo)

Dayton: Ty Baker (Georgia)

Duquesne:  Tre Clark (JUCO), Dae Dae Grant (Miami of Ohio)

Fordham:  Coach Keith Urgo (assistant coach at Fordham), Khalid Moore (Georgia Tech)

George Mason: Victor Bailey Jr (PG - Tennessee), Saquan Singleton (New Mexico)

George Washington:  Chris Caputo Head Coach (Asst. @ Miami (Florida)

La Salle: Head Coach Fran Dunphy (retired), Fousseyni Drame (Saint Peters), Hassan Drame (Saint Peters)

Loyola: Phillip Alston (California PA)), Bryce Golden (Butler), Jeameril Wilson (Lehigh), Sheldon Edwards (Valpo)

Massachusetts: Frank Martin, Head Coach (Coach @ South Carolina), TaQuan Woodley (South Carolina), Wildens Leveque (South Carolina), Rashool Diggins (Uconn), Gianni Thompson (Boston College), Matt Cross (Louisville)

Richmond: Neal Quinn (Lafayette), Isaiah Bigelow (Wofford), Jason Roche (The Citadel)

Rhode Island: Archie Miller, Head Coach (Unemloyed), Brayon Freeman (George Washington)

Saint Bonaventure: Darryl Banks III (St. Peters), Kyrell Luc (Holy Cross), Chad Venning (Morgan State), Max Amadasun (Pitt)

Saint Joseph's: Lynn Greer (PG - Dayton), Shane Dezonie (Vanderbilt)

Saint Louis:  Javonte Perkins (return from injury), Javon Pickett (Missouri)

VCU: Zeb Jackson (Michigan), David Schriver (Hartford)

 

 

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See above in bold face.  Currently 970 (or thereabouts might have missed a few fingers and toies in there).

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1 hour ago, Taj79 said:

See above in bold face.  Currently 970 (or thereabouts might have missed a few fingers and toies in there).

Missed that. Tx for the update. 970 divided by 352 programs =2.75 new players for each team. Rounding up, make it 3 per squad. Life in the portal is not going to be fun for all these " I should have been a starter" guys. 

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Original list/post updated as of April 4, 2022

TaQuan Woodley, transfer from South Carolina to Umass following Coach Martin.  Freshman forward is 6'8" and 280 pounds.  Played at South Carolina this year in 26 games, averaged 12.2 mpg and 2.0 ppg.

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The main list (the first post) has been updated to include Jack Forest transferring from St. Joes to Bucknell and two transfer from the Bonnies to include Coulibaly who was the only Bonnie bench player top receive time outside of the Iron Five.  The other Bonnie saw 9 minutes ot total court time over the whole season.

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I can't find how much money the winner gets nor how it breaks down for participants.  But it would seem once you play for pay your college eligibility is gone.

Of course, in today's NIL day and age, that might be old school thinking too.

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14 hours ago, Taj79 said:

I can't find how much money the winner gets nor how it breaks down for participants.  But it would seem once you play for pay your college eligibility is gone.

Of course, in today's NIL day and age, that might be old school thinking too.

It is a thin line nowadays.

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Yikes now hasan ward now transferring out of VCU. Bad day for them.

 

as it stands, vcu may not be a top 5 team next year 

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1 hour ago, wgstl said:

Yikes now hasan ward now transferring out of VCU. Bad day for them.

 

as it stands, vcu may not be a top 5 team next year 

This game of musical chairs is good for the kids, right?🙁

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Fu.k it I’m declaring for the draft also. If I can find anyone to be my agent, I’m going to go ahead and sign with them. I realize I will lose any remaining NCAA eligibility I may have left

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1 hour ago, dlarry said:

Wouldn’t the most likely option be testing the NBA waters while keeping his eligibility open?

Why wouldn’t he test the NBA waters?

Adaway is in some sort of college dunk contest.  Being in that he loses his eligibility.

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2 hours ago, dlarry said:

Wouldn’t the most likely option be testing the NBA waters while keeping his eligibility open?

Why wouldn’t he test the NBA waters?

If he has his degree why come back?  Age is against anyone who returns for a 5th season and wants to get drafted by the NBA.  22 is about as old as you will see for an NBA draft choice and Adaway will be 24 in July.  Unless he has an NIL deal he can’t turn down and he wants to play for pay, go get a paycheck. 

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25 minutes ago, AnkielBreakers said:

What if the contest says that they are paying players based on their NIL? Why wouldn’t they do that?

I’m not sure how the NIL”rules” might effect such an event. 

If the participants could get paid for advertising the game, why couldn’t they get paid for being in the game?

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