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2023 College Basketball Transfer Portal Tracker

Last Updated: July 1, 2023
Who are the best men’s and women’s players in the NCAA basketball transfer portal? Boardroom has you covered from Hunter Dickinson to Aneesah Morrow.

Take a gander at all the Way Too Early 2023-24 preseason men’s and women’s basketball rankings and you’ll notice something that could only be described as consistent inconsistency. Different media outlets assume different players will declare for the NBA and WNBA drafts, use their bonus COVID year of eligibility, or simply move on from college. The biggest question mark right now, however, lies in the NCAA transfer portal.

Since college basketball’s regular season ended, the portal roster has steadily grown, and now that March Madness is in the rearview mirror, too, coaches will send their recruiting efforts into overdrive — and in the NIL era, there’s really no predicting which way anyone is leaning. A transfer could have a great visit at one school, but then again, John Ruiz might swoop in with more Life Wallet money. Before you know it, Miami has another Final Four team.

As of this writing, there are a few huge names already in the portal. On the men’s side, 2021 NCAA Tournament darling and 2,500-point scorer Max Abmas from Oral Roberts leads the way along with former Michigan big Hunter Dickinson. For the women, it’s DePaul’s Aneesah Morrow, one of the best offensive players in the country this year.

Having trouble tracking who, exactly, your team should be looking at? Fear not, here is the 2023 Boardroom NCAA Basketball Transfer Portal Tracker.

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Notable Men’s College Basketball Transfer Portal Players

Reflects Boardroom’s curated list of transfer portal players as of June 13, 2023.

Max Abmas: Oral Roberts –> Texas
Amaree Abram: Ole Miss –> Georgia Tech
Dylan Addae-Wusu: St. John’s –> Seton Hall
Fardaws Aimaq: Texas Tech –> California
Posh Alexander: St. John’s –> Butler
Avery Anderson: Oklahoma State –> TCU
Steven Ashworth: Utah State –> Creighton
Zack Austin: High Point –> Pitt
Dawson Baker: UC Irvine –> BYU
Will Baker: Nevada –> LSU
Ace Baldwin: VCU –> Penn State
TJ Bamba: Washington State –> Villanova
Jamison Battle: Minnesota –> Ohio State
Khalif Battle: Temple –> Arkansas
RaeQuan Battle: Montana State –> West Virginia
Tyler Burton: Richmond –> Villanova
Jared Bynum: Providence –> Stanford
Devan Cambridge: Arizona State –> Oregon
Moussa Cissé: Oklahoma State –> Ole Miss
Jack Clark: NC State –> Clemson
Skyy Clark: Illinois –> Louisville
Walter Clayton Jr.: Iona –> Florida
Matthew Cleveland: Florida State –> Miami
Jalen Cone: Northern Arizona –> California
Jalen Cook: Tulane –> LSU
Supreme Cook: Fairfield –> Georgetown
LJ Cryer: Baylor –> Houston
Andre Curbelo: St. John’s –> Southern Miss
DJ Davis: UC Irvine –> Butler
Hunter Dickinson: Michigan –> Kansas
Jordan Dingle: Penn –> St. John’s
Marcus Domask: Southern Illinois –> Illinois
Damian Dunn: Temple –> Houston
Jesse Edwards: Syracuse –> West Virginia
El Ellis: Louisville –> Arkansas
Jayden Epps: Illinois –> Georgetown
Aaron Estrada: Hofstra –> Alabama
Noah Fernandes: UMass –> Rutgers
Quincy Gerrier: Oregon –> Illinois
Joe Girard: Syracuse –> Clemson
Ques Glover: Samford –> BYU
Hakim Hart: Maryland –> Villanova
John Hugley IV: Pitt –> Oklahoma
Graham Ike: Wyoming –> Gonzaga
Harrison Ingram: Stanford –> North Carolina
Curtis Jones: Buffalo –> Iowa State
David Jones: St. John’s –> Memphis
Denver Jones: FIU –> Auburn
Lance Jones: Southern Illinois –> Purdue
Nelly Junior Joseph: Iona –> New Mexico
Arthur Kaluma: Creighton –> Kansas State
Keonte Kennedy: Memphis –> California
Kerr Kriisa: Arizona –> West Virginia
Ben Krikke: Valparaiso –> Iowa
Eddie Lampkin Jr.: TCU –> Colorado
Chris Ledlum: Harvard –> Tennessee
Caleb Love: North Carolina –> Arizona
RJ Luis: UMass –> St. John’s
Dušan Mahorčič: NC State –> Duquesne
Tramon Mark: Houston –> Arkansas
Dayvion McKnight: Western Kentucky –> Cincinnati
Zane Meeks: San Francisco –> Arizona State
Adam Miller: LSU –> Arizona State
Caleb Mills: Florida State –> Memphis
Jordan Minor: Merrimack –> Virginia
RayQuawndis Mitchell: Kansas City –> Penn State
Essam Mostafa: Coastal Carolina –> TCU
Paul Mulcahy: Rutgers
Brandon Murray: Georgetown –> Ole Miss
Olivier Nkamhoua: Tennessee –> Michigan
Grant Nelson: North Dakota State –> Alabama
Jameer Nelson Jr.: Delaware –> TCU
Ryan Nembhard: Creighton –> Gonzaga
Femi Odukale: Seton Hall –> New Mexico State
Josh Oduro: George Mason –> Providence
Quincy Olivari: Rice –> Xavier
Kario Oquendo: Georgia –> Oregon
Abou Ousmane: North Texas –> Xavier
Tylor Perry: North Texas –> Kansas State
Julian Phillips: Tennessee
Zyon Pullin: UC Riverside –> Florida
DJ Rodman: Washington State –> USC
Cormac Ryan: Notre Dame –> North Carolina
Hunter Sallis: Gonzaga –> Wake Forest
Tyrese Samuel: Seton Hall –> Florida
Kadin Shedrick: Virginia –> Texas
Javon Small: East Carolina –> Oklahoma State
Payton Sparks: Ball State –> Indiana
Primo Spears: Georgetown –> Florida State
Cam Spencer: Rutgers –> UConn
JJ Starling: Notre Dame –> Syracuse
Lazar Stefanovic: Utah –> UCLA
Carlos Stewart: Santa Clara –> LSU
Glenn Taylor Jr.: Oregon State –> St. John’s
Trevian Tennyson: Texas A&M CC –> TCU
Nicolas Timberlake: Towson –> Kansas
Jaylon Tyson: Texas Tech –> California
Connor Vanover: Oral Roberts –> Missouri
Steele Venters: Eastern Washington –> Gonzaga
Qudus Wahab: Georgetown –> Penn State
Kel’el Ware: Oregon –> Indiana
Warren Washington: Arizona State –> Texas Tech
Sahvir Wheeler: Kentucky –> Washington
Jae’Lyn Withers: Louisville –> North Carolina
Paxson Wojcik: Brown –> North Carolina
Trey Woodbury: Utah Valley
Jordan Wright: Vanderbilt –> LSU
Latrell Wrightsell Jr.: CS Fullerton –> Alabama

Notable Women’s College Basketball Transfer Portal Players

Erynn Barnum: Arkansas –> Mississippi State
Madison Bartley: Belmont –> Baylor
Beyonce Bea: Idaho –> Washington State
Lauren Betts: Stanford –> UCLA
Jakia Brown-Turner: NC State –> Maryland
Aicha Coulibaly: Auburn –> Texas A&M
Jayda Curry: California –> Louisville
A’jah Davis: Northern Illinois –> Seton Hall
Lexi Donarski: Iowa State –> North Carolina
Matilda Ekh: Michigan State –> Virginia Tech
Yaya Felder: Ohio –> Baylor
McKenzie Forbes: Harvard –> USC
Denae Fritz: Iowa State –> Baylor
Sydney Harris: Central Michigan –> TCU
Camille Hobby: NC State –> Illinois
Kiki Jefferson: James Madison –> Louisville
Alyssa Jimenez: Nevada –> FGCU
Diamond Johnson: NC State –> Norfolk State
Una Jovanovic: CS Fullerton –> TCU
Rachel Kent: IUPUI –> Butler
Lexy Keys: Oklahoma State –> Oklahoma
Mackenzie Kramer: Lehigh –> Clemson
Ila Lane: UCSB –> California
Jordyn Merritt: Florida –> Texas Tech
Alanna Micheaux: Minnesota –> Virginia Tech
Aneesah Morrow: DePaul –> LSU
Tirzah Moore: Oral Roberts –> West Virginia
Quincy Noble: North Texas –> Oklahoma State
Maddie Nolan: Michigan –> Colorado
Ashley Owusu: Maryland –> Penn State
Te-Hina Paopao: Oregon –> South Carolina
Lauren Park-Lane: Seton Hall –> Mississippi State
Sedona Prince: Oregon –> TCU
Nina Rickards: Florida –> Louisville
Darrione Rogers: DePaul –> Mississippi State
Endyia Rogers: Oregon –> Texas A&M
Lauren Ross: Western Michigan –> Michigan State
Alasia Smith: Gardner-Webb –> Memphis
Jewel Spear: Wake Forest –> Tennessee
Celeste Taylor: Duke –> Ohio State
Sydney Taylor: UMass –> Louisville
Ajulu Thatha: SIUE –> FGCU
Kennedy Todd-Williams: North Carolina –> Ole Miss
Hailey Van Lith: Louisville –> LSU
Jada Walker: Kentucky –> Baylor
Destinee Wells: Belmont –> Tennessee
Darian White: Montana State –> Nebraska
Maty Wilke: Wisconsin –> Utah
Del’Janae Williams: Indiana State –> Alabama

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Russell Steinberg
Russell Steinberg
Russell Steinberg is an editor and writer at Boardroom. He came to the brand in 2021 with a decade of experience in sports journalism, primarily covering college basketball at SB Nation as a writer, reporter, and blog manager. In a previous life, he worked as a social media strategist and copywriter, handling accounts ranging from sports retail to luxury hotels and financial technology. Though he has mastered the subtweet, he kindly requests you @ him next time.