RANKINGS: Top 10 ACC Transfer Additions
Throughout the offseason, teams around the ACC have both lost and gained talented players in the transfer portal. Here, The Portal Report breaks down the top additions so far in the conference.
1. Nijel Pack, Miami
Pack is a 6-foot guard who will impact the ACC from the start. Averaged 17+ points, shot 44% from three-point range in the Big 12.
2. Norchad Omier, Miami
The former Sun Belt Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year stands at 6-foot-7, and averaged more than 17 points and 12 rebounds last year for Arkansas State.
3. Darin Green Jr., Florida State
Green played three years at UCF, averaging over 13 points per game this season and draining three three pointers per game. Sharp shooter will have a big role for the ‘Noles.
4. Grant Basile, Virginia Tech
2x All-Horizon selection played four seasons for Wright State, dominating in his senior year with 18.4 points and 8.5 rebounds per contest
5. Ben Vander Plas, Virginia
The 6-foot-9 forward was a consistent force inside for Ohio throughout his career, averaging 12+ points and 6+ rebounds per game over four years. All-MAC first-teamer.
6. Nelly Cummings, Pittsburgh
Cummings spent the last three years at Colgate, averaging 12.7 points per game across those three. 36% three-point shooter will start at the one for Pittsburgh.
7. Tyree Appelby, Wake Forest
Appelby has played four seasons of college ball, averaging 10+ points in each of the four. Has proven he can shoot it, and score it, at the mid and high-major levels (Cleveland State, Florida).
8. Jarkel Joiner, NC State
Joiner has four years of experience, with his two most recent seasons coming at Ole Miss. There, he put up 12.5 points, 2 assists per game.
9. Ryan Young, Duke
The 6-foot-10 forward averaged around nine points per game in three seasons at Northwestern. He’ll be a nice addition to go along with the Blue Devils’ star-studded incoming recruiting class.
T10. Brandon Huntley-Hatfield, Louisville
The former five star still has loads of potential, but played a limited role at Tennessee as a freshman.
T10. DJ Burns Jr., NC State
The Big South player of the year averaged 15 points per game for Winthrop last season. 6-foot-9 forward.