These are the top the top transfers in all of men's college basketball for this upcoming season ranked by Andy Katz.
1. Terrence Shannon Jr., Illinois: Shannon was a tough cover at Texas Tech. He will be the same for Illinois in the Big Ten.
2. Pete Nance, North Carolina: Nance was a hidden gem at Northwestern. He’s a stretch four that will cause plenty of problems in the ACC.
3. Tyrese Hunter, Texas: The Big 12 freshman of the year at Iowa State will continue to have a major impact in the league on the perimeter but this season in Austin.
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4. Kyle Lofton, Florida: Todd Golden got a legit playmaker in the winning guard from St. Bonaventure.
5. Baylor Scheierman, Creighton: South Dakota State has produced plenty of scorers of late. The Bluejays are the latest beneficiary.
6. Andre Curbelo, St. John’s: A healthy Curbelo next to Posh Alexander gives the Red Storm the best backcourt in the Big East.
7. Dawson Garcia, Minnesota: Garcia had to leave North Carolina mid-season for personal reasons. If he returns to his Marquette form from his freshman season then the Gophers could be a postseason team.
8. Isaac Likekele, Ohio State: The Buckeyes desperately needed a big in the transfer portal who can board for them. They got that in Likekele.
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9. Kevin McCullar, Kansas: The Jayhawks know all-too-well how McCullar affects a game while on the court. He will be a vital rotation player for KU.
10. Fardaws Aimaq, Texas Tech: Aimaq was a triple threat in scoring, board and rim protection for Utah Valley. He will thrive for Mark Adams at Texas Tech.
11. KJ Williams, LSU: Williams was the OVC player of the year for Matt McMahon at Murray State. Now he’ll be a potential all-SEC candidate for McMahon in Baton Rouge.
12. Jacob Grandison, Duke: Grandison was a sharp shooter for Illinois. He will get plenty of good looks for the Blue Devils.
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13. Jahmir Young, Maryland: Young was a big-time scorer at Charlotte. Kevin Willard needs Young to do the same in year one for him in College Park.
14. Nijel Pack, Miami: Pack scored well at Kansas State. He will be expected to do the same for the Hurricanes.
15. Grant Sherfield, Oklahoma: He was a star at Nevada. He can be one for Porter Moser in Norman and in the Big 12.