Throughout the week, players from all over the nation entered the transfer portal.
Check out The Portal Report’s top transfer portal entries of the week on the hoops side.
1. Tyrese Hunter
The Big 12 Rookie of the Year averaged 11 points per game last season at Iowa State, starting all 35 games and hitting 39% of his field-goal attempts.
2. Emoni Bates
The former No. 1 prospect played one season for Penny Hardaway at Memphis. Whether it was a bad fit with Memphis, inconsistency in his play, or injuries, he did not quite live up to expectations.
3. Andre Kelly
Kelly is a 6-foot-8 forward who improved in each of his four years at Cal. Averaged 13.4 points, 8.4 rebounds per game as a senior.
4. Tre Mitchell
6-foot-9 big was a two-time All A10 selection while at UMass. Transferred to Texas for this past season, where he put up 8.7 points, four rebounds per game in 24 games (17 starts).
5. Jaren Holmes
Holmes played one season of JuCo ball and then three years in the A10 with St. Bonaventure. The 6-foot-4 guard started all but one game in his three years there, averaging 13+ points per game in each of his last two seasons.
6. Tyler Harris
Harris had an interesting four-year career so far, starting out at Memphis for two years, playing one at Iowa State, and then returning to Memphis this season. The guard came off the bench for the Tigers and averaged 8.8 points per game.
7. Jarron Coleman
The 6-foot-5 guard played two seasons at Ball State and most recently one at Missouri, where he averaged 8.6 points per game and 3.4 rebounds.
8. Eric Hunter Jr.
Hunter leaves Purdue after four seasons with the Boilermakers. Shined as a sophomore, averaging 10+ points per game, but the 6-foot-4 guard could not match those numbers in his last two seasons.
9. Julius Marble
Marble, a 6-foot-8 interior forward, played three seasons for Michigan State, improving his scoring and rebounding averages in all three. This year, he came off the bench and averaged 6.4 points per game while shooting 59% from the field.
10. Keyshawn Bryant
6-foot-5 G/W had a strong four-year run with South Carolina, averaging 8.7+ points in each of his four seasons. As a junior, he put up 14.4 points per game along with 5.4 rebounds per contest.