ACC Basketball: 5 most underrated transfers heading into 2022-23 season

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It’s been another crazy offseason in college basketball, thanks to the transfer portal. Some of the best transfers in the sport moved around or into ACC Basketball.

The Duke Blue Devils scored a couple of significant transfers in Kale Catchings and Ryan Young, both of whom averaged around nine points per game last season. Jon Scheyer will be counting on them to replace some significant parting production.

The Miami Hurricanes made a couple of big splashes, bringing in two 17 point-per-game scorers in Norchad Omier and Nijel Pack. The public disclosure of Pack’s NIL deal led to some of the biggest dramatic moments of the spring in the sport.

The Virginia Cavaliers are another team that made the transfer portal work for them. Tony Bennett landed one of the biggest mid-major transfers in the portal with Ben Vander Plas, who averaged 14.3 points per game last season at Ohio.

Many of the big names generated plenty of headlines this spring. But some of the most important transfers will be those who largely flew under the radar beyond the college basketball diehards.

Who are the most underrated transfers set to play in the ACC for the 2022-23 college basketball season?

Duke and North Carolina are set to be two of the top teams in the ACC once again, but other teams in the conference actually may have pulled transfers that will make a bigger impact on the upcoming season.

Here are five underrated transfers that could shape the upcoming season for the programs in the ACC.

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