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Top 20 Transfers to Start the 2023/24 Season



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Heading into the short holiday break, here’s an updated review of the nation’s top 20 transfers to start the 2023/24 season based on The Portal Report’s College Basketball Fantasy Scoring metrics.

20.) John Ojiako – Coastal Carolina

FPTS/G: 33.2

After stints between Virginia Tech and George Mason, Ojiako has found his footing with the Chanticleers averaging a team-leading 13.4 PPG, 10.4 RPG, 1.4 BKPG, with seven double-doubles on the season. 

19.) Jalen Cook – LSU

FPTS/G: 33.7

Having spent his freshman season with the Tigers, Cook transferred to Tulane ahead of the 2021-22 campaign and now returns to Baton Rouge for his senior year where he’s averaging 15 PPG, 4.5 RPG, 5.5 APG, and 2 STLPG.

18.) Kel’el Ware – Indiana

FPTS/G: 33.8

A former top-10 prospect and Oregon recruit, Ware has flourished with a move to the Big Ten where he’s led the Hooisers to a 9-2 start while averaging career-highs across the board with 14.9 PPG, 8.9 RPG, 1.8 APG, and 1.5 BKPG.

17.) Jaylon Tyson – Cal

FPTS/G: 34.2

While it’s been a tough beginning to the season for the Golden Bears at 4-7, former Texas and Texas Tech transfer Jaylon Tyson has been a major bright spot as the teams leading offensive piece averaging 19.4 PPG, 7 RPG, 3.5 APG, and 1.1 STLPG.

16.) Daniel Batcho – Louisiana Tech

FPTS/G: 34.2

The Paris, France native, Texas Tech transfer, and 6-foot-11 forward is averaging a career-best 14.1 PPG, 10.6 RPG, and 2.2 BKPG since joining the Bulldogs, and has already secured six double-doubles to open the campaign. 

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