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RANKINGS: Top 10 Available ACC Transfers

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1. Manny Bates, F, NC State

Despite getting injured in the first game of the season, Manny Bates is the best available transfer out of the ACC. Bates averaged 9.8 points, 5.9 rebounds and 2.7 blocks in the 2020-21 season.

2. Al-Amir Dawes, G, Clemson

Al-Amir Dawes is a veteran guard that can shoot the ball very well at an efficient rate. Dawes averaged 11.3 points on 40 percent shooting from the field and 40 percent shooting from three.

3. Nick Honor, G, Clemson

Another veteran guard from Clemson, Nick Honor, brings a guard who can set up the offense and run a system. Honor averaged 7.7 points on 40 percent shooting from the field and 90 percent from the free-throw line.

4. Noah Locke, G, Louisville

Noah Locke’s next school will know exactly what they’ll get out of him in his final year of eligibility. Locke has put up consistent numbers at Florida and Louisville over the last four years. Should be a great double figures scorer for his final school.

5. Femi Odukale, G, Pitt

Femi Odukale stepped up his role with the Panthers this past season, helping John Hugley IV. Odukale put up 10.8 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.4 assists.

6. Matt Cross, F, Louisville

Matt Cross has shown potential to being a great shooter, shooting 40 percent from three as a freshman at Miami (FL).

7. Samuell Williamson, G, Louisville

Samuell Williamson produced a great season in the 2020-21 campaign, averaging 9.6 points and 8.1 rebounds. This past year, the former Cardinal wasn’t able to replicate those numbers, but maybe a new school will help that.

8. Dre Davis, G, Louisville

Louisville loses another guard in Dre Davis, who averaged 7.4 points in his sophomore season. Davis could be on watch to have a breakout season in 2022-23.

9. Ithiel Horton, G, Pitt

Regardless of his off the court issues, Ithiel Horton was the difference maker for Pitt’s small winning streak during ACC play this past year. Horton gave Jeff Capel another guard to throw out there and give him baskets.

10. Khalid Moore, F, Georgia Tech

This four-year forward has shown consistency for Josh Pastner at Georgia Tech. Khalid Moore can give a team quality minutes off the bench, as he averaged 5.2 points and 3.4 rebounds.

Ethan Bock joins The Portal Report with years of experience covering college athletics within the Sports Now network, as he currently works for WV Sports Now as the West Virginia basketball beat writer. In addition to writing, he also serves as an intern with the Final Fourcast podcast.

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