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Pac-12 Basketball Transfers: Who's Leaving and Who's Coming In?

Arizona adds transfers from Texas and Campbell. Kentucky's Keion Brooks Jr. is headed to Washington. WSU's Tyrell Roberts is is bound for  San Francisco. Stanford adds its first transfer since 2009.

Arizona added Cedric Henderson Jr., who was Campbell's leading scorer last season, and Courtney Ramey, a four-year starter at Texas.  Washington had an important addition when Keion Brooks Jr., who averaged in double figures at Kentucky last season, announced he is transferring to Washington.

Washington State guard Tyrell Roberts has decided to transfer to San Francisco of the West Coast Conference. Stanford added a transfer for the first time since 2009 when Mark Jones moved from Davidson to Stanford. Oregon's Erik Williams Jr. and Stanford's Jaiden Delaire are both headed to San Diego of the West Coast Conference. Oregon State guard Jarod Lucas is transferring to Nevada.

They are among of the many basketball players transferring in or out of the Pac-12. The list of players leaving the Pac-12 includes Arizona State’s Jalen Graham and Jay Heath, Washington State’s Efe Abogidi, Tyrell Roberts and Mouhamed Gueye, Colorado’s Keeshawn Barthelemy and USC’s Ethan Anderson and Max Agbonkpolo.

---Eight of ESPN's top 100 players in the transfer portal played in the Pac-12 this past season. Three have committed to transferring to a Pac-12 school---

Arizona State has had six of its players enter the transfer portal, but four players are transferring in to Arizona State.

Several of the top Pac-12 players are turning pro, and Arizona’s Bennedict Mathurin and Christian Koloko have already declared for the NBA draft. However, the players turning pro are not addressed here. This page is just about transfers.

Here is a list of the Pac-12 players who have entered the transfer portal as of April 29 and those players who have transferred to a Pac-12 school. A brief description of what they have done, and their new school if they have chosen one.

Arizona

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Shane Nowell -- Nowell played in 19 games (no starts) this past season as a freshman and averaged 0.8 points and 0.8 rebounds. He is the brother of Jaylen Nowell, who was the Pac-12 Player of the Year in 2018-19 while playing for Washington. It was reported on June 24 that Shane Nowell is transferring to UNLV. New School: UNLV

Kim Aiken Jr. -- Two months after he left the Arizona team, Aiken entered the transfer portal on April 26.  Aiken was a grad transfer from Eastern Washington and played in seven games for the Wildcats this past season, averaging 7.0 points.  He last played for the Wildcats on Dec. 5. He has one season of eligibility left. New School: Undecided.

Will Reeves -- Reeves came to Arizona last year as a walk-on and did not play in 2021-22. New School: Undecided

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Cedric Henderson Jr., former school: Campbell --The 6-foot-6 Henderson was the leading scorer for Campbell this past season as a senior, averaging 14.0 points and 5.6 rebounds while hitting 38.0% of his three-point attempts. He was a second-team all-Big South selection as a junior, when he averaged 15.0 points. He has one season of eligibility remaining as a grad transfer. He announced on June 9 that he will transfer to Arizona.

Courtney Ramey, former school: Texas -- The 6-foot-3 Ramey started 32 games for Texas as a senior this past season, averaging 9.4 points and 3.5 rebounds while making 35.0% of his three-point attempts. He was more productiv as a junior when he averaged 12.2 points, hit 41.4% of his three-pointers and was named to the third team all-Big 12 squad. He announced on June 11 that he will transfer to Arizona.

Luke Champion, former school: Missouri Western: The 6-foot-8 Champion will come to Arizona as a walk-on. He played in five games for Division II Missouri Western this past season and scored a total of three points. He played the previous season at Samford, where he played in six games and averaged 1.3 points.

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Arizona State

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Jay Heath -- Th 6-foot-3 Heath was the Sun Devils second-leading scorer (10.6 points per game) and best three-point shooter (43.0%) this past season while starting 17 games. He averaged 13.6 points over his final five games, when he made 13 of 24 three-pointers (54.2%). He entered the transfer portal on April 25 and has two seasons of eligibility remaining. It was reported on April 30 that he is transferring to Georgetown. New School: Georgetown

Jalen Graham -- The 6-foot-9 Graham started 22 of the 29 games he played this past season as a junior and averaged 9.9 points and 4.6 rebounds. He averaged 12.8 points and 5.2 rebounds over the final 13 games of the season. He has decided to transfer to Arkansas, which figures to be ranked among the top 10 in the 2022-23 preseason rankings. New School: Arkansas

Justin Rochelin – Rochelin did not play in any games for the Sun Devils this past season as a freshman.t It was reported on May 21 that he is transferring to Oregon State. New School: Oregon State

Will Felton – The 6-foot-8 forward did not play for ASU in 2021-22 as a freshman. New School: North Carolina A&T

Demari Williams – Williams, a 6-foot-6 forward, did not play in any ASU games as a freshman this past season. On April 26, he announced he committed to Oral Roberts as his next school. New School: Oral Roberts

Jeff Grace: Grace, a 6-foot-3 guard, did not play in a game during his true freshman season in 2021-22. New School: Undecided

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Frankie Collins, former School: Michigan: Collins, a point guard, played in 31 games, including one start, as a Michigan freshman in 2021-22, and he averaged 2.8 points, 1.7 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 11.0 minutes per game.  His best game came in the NCAA tournament, when he scored 14 points in 31 minutes against Colorado State in the first round. He had just four points in Michigan’s next two NCAA tournament games combined. On May 4 he announced he is transferring to Arizona State.

Devan Cambridge, former School: Auburn -- The 6-foot-6 Devan Cambridge played in 33 games, including 14 starts, this past season as a junior for Auburn, which finished the season with 28-6 mark. He averaged 19.5 minutes, 5.3 points and 3.6 rebounds, but his production and playing time decreased over the final few games of the season. Cambridge’s scoring and playing time decreased from his sophomore season, when he averaged 8.9 points and 25.3 minutes.

Desmond Cambridge Jr. Former School: Nevada -- Desmond Cambridge Jr., the 6-foot-4 brother of Devan, was named to the third-team all-Mountain West squad for the second straight season in 2021-22, when he averaged 16.2 points and 5.1 rebounds as a senior. Desmond Cambridge began his college career at Brown, and led the team in scoring both seasons he played in the Ivy League.

Warren Washington, former school: Nevada – The 7-foot Washington started 20 of the 22 games he played this past season as a junior for the Wolf Pack, which finished 13-18. He averaged 10.5 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.2 blocks, and he made 60.8% of his field-goal attempts. As a sophomore Washington started 26 games and averaged 10.0 points and 5.9 rebounds. Washington began his college career at Oregon State and averaged 1.3 points, 1.4 rebounds and 7.8 minutes in his only season with the Beavers.

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Cal

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Andre Kelly – This past season the 6-foot-8 Kelly averaged 13.4 points on 60.7% shooting and 8.4 rebounds, which ranked second in the conference, before missing the final 11 games with a severe ankle injury. Kelly considered three options: turn pro, transfer to another school or remain at Cal for his final season of college eligibility. On May 3 he announced he is transferring to UC Santa Barbara. The Gauchos went 17-11 last year, including 8-5 in the Big West Conference. New School: UC Santa Barbara

Dimitrios Klonaras – Klonaras played in four games this past season as a junior and averaged 1.5 points. New School: Undecided

Logan Alters – A walk-on, Alters played one minute this past season and did not score. New School: Undecided

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Devin Askew, former School: Texas -- Askew is a point guard who played one season at Kentucky and one season at Texas before announcing on May 6 that he plans to transfer to Cal. Because he is a double transfer he will have to get  waiver to be eligible this coming season. Askew averaged 6.5 points and 2.9 assists as a freshman at Kentucky, making 20 starts and averaging 28.9 minutes. At Texas this past season, Askew’s playing time dropped to 14.9 minutes per game, and he made just three starts, averaging 2.1 points and 1.3 assists.

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Colorado

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Keeshawn Barthelemy – Barthelemy was a starter in 28 of the 33 games he played this past season as a sophomore and was the Buffaloes’ third-leading scorer at 11.1 points per game and also averaged 2.4 assists per contest. He had 19 points and four assists in the Buffaloes’ road win over Oregon, and that must have impressed Ducks coach Dana Altman because Barthelemy announced that he is transferring to Oregon. New School: Oregon

Elijah Parquet – A top-notch defender in the backcourt, Parquet started 17 of the 18 games he played this past season before missing the rest of the season with bone spurs in his foot, which required surgery. He averaged 6.9 points and 2.4 rebounds. He started all 31 games in which he played in 2020-21 as a junior, when he was named to the Pac-12’s all-defensive team. He is headed to UNLV for his final college season. New School: UNLV

Armando Miller – Miller was a walk-on who did not see game action in 2021-22 as a freshman. New School: Undecided

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Ethan Wright, former School: Princeton – Wright, a 6-foot-4 guard, was a second-team all-Ivy League selection last season, when he averaged 14.7 points and 6.9 rebounds while hitting 50% of shots from the field and 39.5% from three-point range. He scored 20 points or more seven times for a Princeton team that went 23-7. The Ivy League season was canceled in 2020-21, and Wright has one season of eligibility left.

Jalen Gabbidon, former school: Yale-- Colorado goes to the Ivy League for the second time to bring in Gabbidon, a 6-foot-5 guard who was Yale's second-leading scorer in 2021-22, averaging 11.3 points and 3.6 rebounds wile hitting 29.9% of his three-point shots.Yale won the Ivy League tournament and lost to Purdue 78-56 in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

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Oregon

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De'Vion Harmon -- The 6-foot-2 Harmon started 34 games and was the Ducks' third-leading scorer this past season, averaging 10.8 points. while making 36.7% of his three-point shots. He played his first two college seasons at Oklahoma, where he was a starter both years and averaged 12.9 points in 2020-21. He has two years of eligibility left. He entered the transfer portal on April 27 and on April 28 reportedly chose Texas Tech as his next school.  New School: Texas Tech

Erik Williams Jr. – Williams has one year of college eligibility remaining and has put his name in the transfer portal in case his plans to play professionally do not work out. He played his first two college seasons at Duquesne, where he was a starter both seasons, and played two seasons at Oregon, starting 21 games and averaging 10.0 points and 6.0 rebounds in 2020-21 and starting 11 games and averaging 8.4 points and 4.6 rebounds in 2021-22. It was announced on May 12 that he is transferring to San Diego of the West Coast Conference. New School: San Diego.

Franck Kepnang – The 6-foot-11 Kepnang played in 35 games, including five starts, and averaged 4.7 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.2 blocks as a sophomore. He scored 17 points against Arizona State this season. As a freshman he had eight points in Oregon’s NCAA Sweet 16 loss to USC. It was reported on April 27 that he will transfer to Washington. New School: Washington

Isaac Johnson – The 7-foot Johnson played in 14 games this past season as a freshman, and he averaged 2.4 points and 1.1 rebounds. He committed to transferring to Utah State. New School: Utah State

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Jermaine Couisnard, former School: South Carolina -- A three-year starter for the Gamecocks, the 6-foot-4 Couisnard was South Carolina's leading scorer this past season, averaging 12.0 points and 3.2 assists per contest. He scored a season-high 33 points in a victory over LSU. He entered the transfer portal after Frank Martin was fired as head coach, and on May 5 he announced he will play for Arizona State this coming season.

Keeshawn Barthelemy, former School: Colorado – See Barthelemy’s report in the Colorado section. He had 19 points in the win at Oregon this past season

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Oregon State

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Dashawn Davis -- Davis led the Pac-12 in assists last season, averaging 5.6 assists per game. He started 21 of the 27 games in which he played, and averaged 10.9 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.4 steals. Davis scored 31 points in the double-overtime loss to USC. The 6-foot-2 Davis played two seasons at Trinity Valley Community College before coming to Oregon State for his junior year. On April 14, he signed with Mississippi State and head coach Chris Jans, who was hired by Mississippi State in March after coaching at New Mexico State. New School: Mississippi State

Jarod Lucas  -- Considered one of the best – if not THE best – shooter in the Pac-12, Lucas was Oregon State’s leading scorer this past season, averaging 13.5 points per game. He made 38.6% of his three-point shots and 87.1 percent of his free throws. He made 73 three-point shots in 2021-22 as a junior and 77 in 2020-21. He scored 27 points in a loss to USC this past season, when he made 6 of 10 three-pointers. It was reported on May 9 that he is transferring to Nevada. New School: Nevada

Tre' Williams – The 6-foot-6 Williams played in 18 games and made two starts as a junior in 2021-22, averaging 3.0 points and 1.6 rebounds. He played his first two college seasons at Minnesota, and he started the final 13 games of his sophomore season with the Gophers. On May 5, it was reported that he will transfer to Tulane. Next School: Tulane.

Gianni Hunt – Hunt played in nine games and made five starts as a junior, averaging 4.7 points and 2.8 rebounds, before leaving the team in February. He is moving to the Big Sky Conference to play for Sacramento State. New school: Sacramento State

DyShawn Hobson – Hobson played in two games this past season and did not score or take a shot. New School: Undecided.

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Christian Wright, Former School: Georgia -- The 6-foot-3 Wright played in all 32 games for Georgia last season. He started 11 games, including the final five of the season, and averaged 5.3 points, 2.2 rebounds, 2.0 assists in 22.0 minutes per game.

Justin Rochelin, Former school: Arizona State -- Rochelin did not play in any games for the Sun Devils this past season as a freshman.

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Stanford

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Jaiden Delaire – The 6-foot-9 Delaire was a two-year starter for the Cardinal, averaging 10.1 points and 4.0 rebounds in 2021-22 as a senior and 12.5 points and 4.1 rebounds as a junior. Delaire averaged just 6.0 points over the final six games this past season. He made 50 starts in his four seasons at Stanford. On May 9 it was reported that he will transfer to San Diego of the West Coast Conference. New School: San Diego

Lukas Kisunas – Kisunas is a 6-foot-10 forward who played in 29 games this past season as a senior and made three starts. He averaged 2.4 points and 2.4 rebounds but was a physical presence in the middle. Kisunas made 14 starts as a junior and five as a sophomore. His next school will be Denver, which plays in the Summit League and is coached by former Cal assistant Jeff Wilbrun. New school: Denver

Sam Beskind – The 6-foot-4 guard played in 29 games, including four starts, as a redshirt junior in 2021-22. He went 4-for-19 from field and totaled 11 points for the season. He arrived at Stanford as a walk-on, and now he is headed to Colorado School of Mines, a Division II school in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. New School: Colorado School of Mines

Noah Taitz – The 6-foot-3 Taitz played in 14 games off the bench this past season and averaged 4.3 points while hitting 43.5% of his three-point shots. He missed the final 17 games of the season with a lower-leg injury and is headed to the West Coast Conference. New School: Loyola Marymount

Daniel Begovich – Begovich appeared in five games this past season but did not score. New School: Undecided.

Keenan Fitzmorris – The 7-foot Fitzmorris missed the 2021-22 season with an injury and played in 18 games over his three previous seasons at Stanford. On May 5 it was reported that he will transfer to Stony Brook. New School: Stony Brook.

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Mark Jones, former school: Davidson: Jones, a 6-foot-5 guard has the distinction of the first player since 2009 to transfer into Stanford. Jones is an excellent shooter. He started all 34 games for Davidson in 2021-22, averaging 11.8 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game while shooting 46.1 percent from the field, 42.1 percent from 3-point range and 84.3 percent from the free throw line. He helped the Wildcats win the  Atlantic-10 regular season championship and an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament. He is a grad transfer but has two seasons of eligibility remaining. Stanford announced his addition to the rost on May 25.

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USC

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Max Agbonkpolo – The 6-foot-9 Agbonkpolo started 18 of the 33 games he played for USC as a junior this past season and averaged 7.7 points and 3.5 rebounds. He made two starts the previous season and made one start as a freshman. He and Ethan Anderson are both moving to the Mountain West to play for Wyoming. New School: Wyoming

Ethan Anderson – Anderson, a 6-foot-1 guard, played in 34 games, including 14 starts, this past season and averaged 4.4 points and 2.2 assists. He averaged 5.7 points and 2.7 assists in 2020-21, when he started six games, and averaged 5.5 points and 4.2 assists in 2019-20 when he started 28 games. New School: Wyoming

Boubacar Coulibaly – The 6-foot-10 Coulibaly played in six games this past season and averaged 1.7 points and 1.7 rebounds. It was reported on May 9 that he will transfer to Pepperdine. New School: Pepperdine.

Amar Ross – Ross played a total of one minute in 2021-22 and made his only shot attempt, a three-pointer. He appeared in five games in 2020-21, and played for Bethesda University of California in 2019-20. New School: Undecided

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UCLA

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Jake Kyman – Kyman, a 6-foot-7 swingman, played in 23 games off the bench this past season and averaged 2.4 points and 1.0 rebounds as a junior. He played in 31 games as a sophomore and averaged 3.0 points. He is moving to the Mountain West Conference. New School: Wyoming

Logan Cremonesi – The 6-foot-8 Cremonesi did not play in any games this past season and played in five games he previous season, when he missed his only shot attempt. New School: Undecided.

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Utah

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David Jenkins Jr. – Jenkins will be headed to his fourth college after spending two seasons at South Dakota State and one at UNLV before playing at Utah this past season. The 6-foot-1 Jenkins started nine of the 30 games he played for the Utes this past season and averaged 8.2 points while hitting 39.1% of his shots from three-point range. His scoring and playing time declined in the second half of the season. It was reported on June 16 that Jenkins is headed for Purdue. New School: Purdue

Riley Battin – The 6-foot-9 Battin started 20 games for the Utes this past season, when he averaged 4.4 points and 3.1 assists. His playing time decreased over the final few weeks of the season. He had nine starts in 2020-21 as a junior, 28 starts as a sophomore and 21 starts as a freshman. He will play his final season in the Western Athletic Conference. New School: California Baptist

Dusan Mahorcic – The 6-foot-10 Mahorcic played just 13 games for the Utes, missing the early part of the 2021-22 season with an injury, then being suspended and eventually leaving the team in February. He averaged 6.8 points for Utah after averaging 9.9 points and 7.2 rebounds with Illinois State in 2020-21. New School: Undecided

Jack Jamele – Jamele did not play in a game this past season. New School: Undecided.

Lahat Thioune – The 6-foot-10 Thioune made five starts and played in 27 games this past season, averaging 3.8 points and 3.5 rebounds as a redshirt junior. It was reported on April 30 that he will transfer to UCF. New School: Central Florida.

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Ben Carlson, former School: Wisconsin -- The 6-foot-9 Carlson played in 34 games, including two starts, for the Badgers this past season and averaged 9.1 minutes, 1.6 point and 2.0 rebounds while shooting 33.3% from the floor and making 1 of 21 three-point attempts. He announced the move to Utah on April 29.

Gavin Baxter, former school: BYU -- Baxter played just eight games, including seven starts, in 2021-22 before a torn ACL ended his season.  It was the second ACL injury of his BYU career. He averaged 6.6 points and 2.6 rebounds in those eight games this past season. According to UteZone, Baxter will come to Utah as a walk-on. Baxter announced the move on April 29.

Mike Saunders Jr., former School: Cincinnati – Saunders was Cincinnati’s fourth-leading scorer in 2021-22 even though he was not a starter. The 6-foot guard averaged 7.3 points and 2.7 assists in that sophomore season. He started 10 games as a freshman but averaged just 3.5 points.

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Washington

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Emmitt Mathews Jr. -- The 6-foot-7 Matthews was the Huskies second-leading scorer (11.7 points per game) and No. 2 rebounder (4.7 boards per game) this past season while starting 31 games. He had a season-high 25 points against Oregon. This was his third season as a starter for the Huskies, and he has one season of eligibility left. He entered the transfer portal on April 25. On April 30 it was reported he is moving to the Big 12 and West Virginia.  New School: West Virginia

Dominiq Penn – Penn played a total of nine minutes over six games this past season and scored six points. That was the first full season with the Huskies for the 6-foot-2 Penn. New School: Undecided.

Jonah Geron -- Geron is a walk-on guard who played in one game over the past two seasons. New School: Undecided.

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Keion Brooks Jr., former School: Kentucky: The 6-foot-7 Brooks averaged 10.8 points and 4.4 rebounds while starting 33 games for Kentucky as a junior this past season. He had 27 points and eight rebounds in an 18-point victory over then-No. 5 Kansas on the Jayhawks' homecourt, and he scored 19 points in a semifinal conference tournament loss to Tennessee. He had entered his name in the NBA draft but withdrew from the draft shortly before announcing his decision to transfer to Washington.

Braxton Meah, former school: Fresno State: The 7-foot-1 Meah played in 32 games with no starts as a sophomore this past season and averaged 8.1 minutes, 2.2 points and 2.2 rebounds for Fresno State in 2021-22. It was reported on May 3 that he will transfer to Washington.

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Washington State

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Tyrell Roberts -- Roberts was the Cougars' second-leading scorer this past season, averaging 11.4 points and 2.0 assists.  He made 83 three-point shots while making 34.4% of his long-range shots. The 5-foot-11 Roberts played the 2020-21 season at UC San Diego, a Division II school at the time. On May 28 it was reported that he has transferred to San Francisco, which is where Kyle Smith was the head coach before taking over at Washington State. New School: San Francisco

Mouhamed Gueye -- The 6-foot-11 Gueye started 33 games this past season as a freshman and averaged 21.9 minutes, 7.4 points and 5.2 rebounds.  He had 25 points against Washington, and reached double figures in rebounds four times. He got into the transfer portal on May 2. New School: Undecided

Tony Miller -- The 6-foot-6 Miller sat out the past two seasons, including 2021-22 for medical reasons, but averaged 7.7 points and 3.3 rebounds in 2019-20 after transferring from Montana. New School: Undecided.

Noah Williams – Williams started 25 of the 35 games in which he played this past season as a junior, averaging 9.5 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.2 assists. Williams was more productive as a sophomore when he started all 27 games and averaged 14.1 points. He scored 32 points against Cal and 40 points against Stanford in that 2020-21 season. He’s staying in the Pac-12 and headed across the state to his hometown of Seattle. New School: Washington

Efe Abogidi – The athletic, 6-foot-10 Abogidi is looking to turn pro but also entered his name in the transfer portal after averaging 8.1 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.8 blocks while starting 27 games this past season. He had 21 points and 14 rebounds against Washington. Abogidi was named to the Pac-12 all-freshman team in 2020-21 when he averaged 8.9 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.3 blocks. New School: Undecided

Ryan Rapp – Rapp played in 16 games off the bench and averaged 1.2 points and 0.8 rebounds. He was the Cougars’ backup point guard in 2020-21 when he played in 19 games, including four starts. It was reported on May 21 that he is transferring to Hawaii. New School: Hawaii

Jefferson Koulibaly – Koulibaly played in 16 games and averaged 2.6 points before leaving the team in February of his redshirt freshman season. On May 31 it was reported that he is transferring to SMU. New School: SMU

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Dmitry Ryuny, former school: San Francisco: The 6-foot-9 Ryuny played in 19 games with no starts for San Francisco this past season as a junior and averaged 9.8 minutes, 1.3 points and 1.6 rebounds while hitting 18.2% of his three-point shots. He averaged 4.5 points as a sophomore when he hit 39.3% of his three-pointers.

Justin Powell, former school: Tennessee: The 6-foot-6 Powell started one game for Tennessee as a sophomore this past season, when he averaged 3.7 points and 1.5 rebounds. He made 38.1% of his three-point shots.

Jabe Mullins, former School: Saint Mary's -- Mullins played in 34 games for the Gaels (no starts) this past season and averaged 9.6 minutes, 2.9 points and 1.0 rebounds for a team that went 26-8 overall and 12-3 in the West Coast Conference.

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