Purdue Center Matt Haarms announced Monday he was entering the portal as a grad transfer. The talented center averaged almost nine points, almost five rebounds, and two blocks during the 2019-2020 season.
Seattle University grad transfer, one of the top grad transfers this season, Terrell Brown, announced his commitment to play his final season in Tucson at Arizona. The All-WAC (Western Athletic Conference) Guard averaged almost twenty-one points, six rebounds, and five assists per game. Brown chose Arizona over a long list that included Arkansas, San Diego State, Texas Tech, Washington, and Washington State.
NC State signee Josh Hall will test the NBA Draft waters but retain his college eligibility by not signing with an agent. Hall, who has to be nineteen or older to enter the draft (he is), could end up going both routes with his decision.
Louisville Forward Jordan Nwora is entering the 2020 NBA Draft. An AP Third Team All American averaged eighteen points and eight rebounds during his junior season. Nwora is slated to go anywhere from the end of the first round to the end of the draft in most mocks.
Kentucky Freshman Guard Tyrese Maxey has declared for the 2020 NBA Draft. Maxey is slated to go in the lottery in most draft projections. He averaged fourteen points, four rebounds, and three assists in his lone season in Lexington.
After decommitting from transferring to Duke, Columbia grad transfer Patrick Tape realized it was the best fit, so a week after decommitting, and a week after originally committing, he has offically recommitted to play his final season at Duke.