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Looking Into CBB’s Top Transfers This Season

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Let’s take a look at some of the top transfer performers of this college basketball season according to The Portal Reports’ analytics team.

We begin with the IMPACT leaders. These players have played at least 12 games, and have made the biggest impacts on their respective teams so far this season according to our database, “Dunk.”

  1. Great Osobor – Utah State – 99.44 IMPACT

  2. Saint Thomas – Northern Colorado – 99.43 IMPACT

  3. Hunter Dickinson – Kansas – 99.41 IMPACT

  4. David Jones – Memphis – 99.37 IMPACT

  5. Tyon Grant-Foster – GCU – 99.32 IMPACT

Now, let’s look at the DISTRIBUTING leaders from the portal. Check out the top five below.

  1. Darius Brown – Utah State – 99.52 DIST.

  2. Rylan Jones – Samford – 98.78 DIST.

  3. Dayvion McKnight – Xavier – 98.67 DIST

  4. Elijah Hawkins – Minnesota – 98.67 DIST

  5. Symir Torrence – Binghamton – 98.42 DIST

Next, we have REBOUNDING leaders. Let’s check out the strongest additions from the portal.

  1. Lahat Thioune – South Dakota – 98.98 Rebounding

  2. Jonathan Mogbo – San Francisco – 98.92 Rebounding

  3. John Ojiako – Coastal Carolina – 98.81 Rebounding

  4. Daniel Batcho – Louisiana Tech – 98.57 Rebounding

  5. Hunter Dickinson – Kansas – 98.51 Rebounding

How about shooters? Who has been the most prolific shooter from the transfer portal?

  1. Chase Cormier – Wofford – 91.16 shooting

  2. Cam Spencer – UConn – 91.06 shooting

  3. Jamison Battle – Ohio State – 90.90 shooting

  4. Joe Girard – Syracuse – 90.02 shooting

  5. LaTrell Wrightsell – Alabama – 89.64 shooting

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