Tracking Big Ten men’s basketball transfer portal entries

  • 03/18/2024 1:23 pm in

The transfer portal opened Monday, March 18 and closed Wednesday, May 1.

Here’s a list, by date of entry, of Big Ten players who entered the transfer portal along with their new school:

(Notes: Only scholarship players are tracked on this list. This list is updated frequently.)

May 1

Cam Christie (Minnesota)

April 30

Coleman Hawkins (Illinois)
Berke Buyuktuncel (UCLA)

April 29

Niccolo Moretti (Illinois) – Florida Atlantic

April 26

AJ Hoggard (Michigan State) – Vanderbilt

April 23

Brandon Gardner (USC) – Arizona State
Braxton Meah (Washington) – Nebraska

April 22

Luke Goode (Illinois) – Indiana
Elijah Hawkins (Minnesota) – Texas Tech

April 21

Felix Okpara (Ohio State) – Tennessee

April 18

Chucky Hepburn (Wisconsin) – Louisville

April 16

Amani Hansberry (Illinois) – West Virginia

April 15

Sencire Harris (Illinois) – West Virginia
Samuel Ariyibi (Washington)

April 11

Mady Traore (Maryland) – Frank Phillips College (JUCO)

April 10

Kario Oquendo (Oregon) – SMU
Ethan Morton (Purdue) – Colorado State
Mason Gillis (Purdue) – Duke

April 9

Wesley Yates III (Washington)
Isaac Lindsey (Wisconsin) – South Dakota State

April 6

Arrinten Page (USC) – Cincinnati

April 5

Zed Key (Ohio State) – Dayton
Jan Vide (UCLA) – Loyola Marymount
Bronny James (USC)
Vincent Iwuchukwu (USC) – St. John’s

April 4

Terrance Williams II (Michigan) – USC
Mady Sissoko (Michigan State) – California
Will McClendon (UCLA) – San Jose State

April 3

Parker Strauss (Northwestern) – UC Riverside
Roddy Gayle Jr. (Ohio State) – Michigan

April 2

Matar Diop (Nebraska) – Loyola Marymount
Brennan Rigsby (Oregon) – Minnesota
Ilane Fibleuil (UCLA) – Joined Poitiers in the French ProB

April 1

Dain Dainja (Illinois) – Memphis
Jamie Kaiser Jr. (Maryland) – Butler
Jamarques Lawrence (Nebraska) – Rhode Island
Scotty Middleton (Ohio State) – Seton Hall
Nate Calmese (Washington) – Washington State

March 29

Kristupas Keinys (Minnesota) – Pacific

March 28

Braeden Carrington (Minnesota) – Tulsa
Pharrel Payne (Minnesota) – Texas A&M
Isaiah Ihnen (Minnesota) – Liberty
Bowen Hardman (Ohio State) – Akron
Gavin Griffiths (Rutgers) – Nebraska
AJ Storr (Wisconsin) – Kansas
Gus Yalden (Wisconsin) – Seton Hall

March 27

Patrick McCaffery (Iowa) – Butler
Joshua Ola-Joseph (Minnesota) – California
CJ Wilcher (Nebraska) – Texas A&M

March 26

Tony Perkins (Iowa) – Missouri
Blaise Keita (Nebraska) – Western Kentucky

March 25

Eli Rice (Nebraska) – Penn State
Ramel Lloyd Jr. (Nebraska) – Long Beach State

March 24

Connor Essegian (Wisconsin) – Nebraska

March 22

Jameel Brown (Penn State) – Temple
Kobe Johnson (USC) – UCLA

March 21

Jahnathan Lamothe (Maryland) – North Carolina A&T

March 20

Dasonte Bowen (Iowa) – St. Bonaventure
Demetrius Lilley (Penn State) – La Salle
Clifford Omoruyi (Rutgers) – Alabama
Mawot Mag (Rutgers)

March 19

CJ Gunn (Indiana) – DePaul
Kaleb Banks (Indiana) – Tulane
Payton Sparks (Indiana) – Ball State
Tarris Reed (Michigan) – UConn
Youssef Khayat (Michigan) – Bowling Green
Oziyah Sellers (USC) – Stanford

March 18

Noah Batchelor (Maryland) – Buffalo
Caelum Swanton-Rodger (Maryland) – Old Dominion
Dug McDaniel (Michigan) – Kansas State
George Washington III (Michigan) – Richmond
Bragi Gudmundsson (Penn State) – Campbell
Favour Aire (Penn State)
Kanye Clary (Penn State) – Mississippi State
Antwone Woolfolk (Rutgers) – Miami (OH)
Antonio Chol (Rutgers) – Howard
Derek Simpson (Rutgers) – St. Joseph’s
Kijani Wright (USC) – Vanderbilt
Koren Johnson (Washington) – Louisville

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