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

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With a crazy offseason largely in the books, we’re taking a look at some of the most underrated transfers bound to make an impact during the 2022-23 college basketball season. Today, we’re analyzing transfers in Big Ten Basketball.

The Big Ten had many of the biggest stars in college basketball within the conference last season. Many of those players are gone, but the conference is still stacked with returnees, plus some high-flying new additions.

Brad Underwood cleaned up with some big gets on the transfer portal after losing some of his best players in the offseason. Matthew Mayer comes in from Baylor, while Terrence Shannon makes his way over from Texas Tech.

Ohio State is another program making waves on the transfer trail. While none of these players may be superstars next season, the Buckeyes secured a trio of high-profile players in Sean McNeil, Isaac Likekele, and Tanner Holden, who will all be asked to pick up some big departing production.

There are plenty of other major names who have a chance to shape the best teams in the Big Ten this season. But let’s take a gander at some of the names drawing fewer headlines in the college basketball mainstream.

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

It should be another great year of Big Ten basketball. This might be the year Indiana finally takes its crown back, but teams like Illinois, Michigan, and Michigan State are lurking nearby.

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

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