Transfer stars have been lighting it up to start the season. Listed below are the top scorers per game after one week of hoops.
Idan Tretout, Iona: 25.5 PPG
- The Harvard transfer was incredible in the Gaels first win, going off for 34 vs Sacred Heart.
- Averaged just under ten a game for the Crimson last season.
Xander Rice, Monmouth: 25.5 PPG
- West Virginia had no answers for the Bucknell transfer in a 73-65 loss.
- Rice exploded for 30 points on 5-10 from three and 9-10 from the line.
Jaden House, Rhode Island: 23.5 PPG
- House has been a model of consistency through two games for the Rams, going for 25 and 22 on over 50% from the field.
- High Point transfer has helped URI to a 2-0 start.
Jaylin Sellers, UCF: 22.5 PPG
- Ball State transfer has been incredible to start his career with UCF.
- Former Cardinal has been an efficient scorer and has racked up 8.5 RPG.
Allen Flanigan, Ole Miss: 22.0 PPG
- Flanigan is the No.5 fantasy scorer according to TPR’s fantasy scoring system.
- The 6-6 guard has been a vital piece to Ole Miss’s 2-0 start, shooting a steady 50% from the field.
Grant Nelson, Alabama: 22.0 PPG
- Former NDSU Star Nelson was lights out in Bama’s opening night win, going off for 24 points.
- The junior forward is a machine on the glass as well, pulling down 7.5 boards per game for the Tide.
Joe French, Arkansas Pine-Bluff: 22.0 PPG
- Bethune Cookman transfer exploded for 30 in opening night loss to Mizzou.
Jordan King, Richmond: 22.0 PPG
- King dropped 34 on Virginia Military Institute in the Spiders first win.
- The East Tennessee State transfer was lights out from deep, draining six threes in the effort.
Josh Cohen, UMass: 22.0 PPG
- The 6-10 forward was great in his debut with the Minutemen.
- Cohen went 2-2 from beyond the arc for six of his 22 and pulled down eight rebounds.
Aaron Estrada, Alabama: 21.5 PPG
- The most highly touted transfer on the list, Estrada has lived up to the hype in his first two games with the Tide.
- The Hofstra transfer is the second Bama player on this list, and him and Nelson hope to lead them to a deep March run.