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RANKINGS: Top 10 Transfer Commitments of the Week

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Throughout this week, many of the top players in the transfer portal committed to new schools, including The Portal Report’s top two guards in the portal, Nijel Pack and Kendric Davis.

Below are The Portal Report’s top ten commitments of the week.

1. Nijel Pack, Miami

Pack committed to the Hurricanes over the weekend, making waves in the college hoops world for the reported NIL money that he received to join the program.

2. Kendric Davis, Memphis

Davis, last year’s AAC Player of the Year, joins   Penny Hardaway’s Tigers after a storied three-year run with SMU.

3. Jarkel Joiner, NC State

6-foot-1 guard has four years of D1 experience with CSU Bakersfield and Ole Miss, and has scored everywhere he’s been. Averaged 13.2 points per game last season for the Rebels.

4. Jalen Bridges, Baylor

Bridges, a 6-foot-7 forward, averaged more than eight points per game for West Virginia as a sophomore.

5. Ben Vander Plas, Virginia

Vander Plas averaged over 14 points per game this season for Ohio. Experienced 6-foot-8 forward feels like a perfect match for Tony Bennett.

6. Tyreke Key, Tennessee

Key missed last season due to injury, but put up 17 points per game two seasons ago for Indiana State. Has scored 1,650 points in his four-year career.

7. Nahiem Alleyne, UConn

6-foot-4 guard played three years at Virginia Tech, averaging at least 8.8 in each of the three.

8. Hayden Brown, South Carolina

Brown, a 6-foot-5 forward, averaged over 18 points and nine boards per game at The Citadel.

9. Rob Phinisee, Cincinnati

Phinisee played over 110 games of experience and scored more than 700 points in his career at Indiana.

10. Cam Spencer, Rutgers

Spencer put up huge numbers at Loyola Maryland, averaging 19 points per game.

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