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NCAA Basketball: Top 60 available players in 2023 transfer portal

Nov 11, 2022; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Michigan Wolverines center Hunter Dickinson (1) celebrates during the second half against the Eastern Michigan Eagles at Little Caesars Arena. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 11, 2022; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Michigan Wolverines center Hunter Dickinson (1) celebrates during the second half against the Eastern Michigan Eagles at Little Caesars Arena. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports /
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8. SR Nicolas Timberlake – Towson Tigers

2022-23 season stats: 17.7 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 2.4 apg

The rare 6th-year senior, Timberlake has developed into an elite three-point shooter and all-around nightmare matchup. This past season, the 6’4 guard had 12 games with 20+ points, including several with at least 30. That includes 34 points at College of Charleston, as well as back-to-back 30+ point games against Hofstra and Hampton that saw Timberlake go a combined 13/21 from three-point range.

7. SR Tylor Perry – North Texas Mean Green

2022-23 season stats: 17.3 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 2.1 apg

Perry not only won the top individual prize in CUSA Player of the Year but he also led North Texas to the NIT title. He had 20+ points in four of the five wins, including 20 in the championship win over UAB. His career-high was 35 points versus San Jose State and had at least eight points in all 36 contests.

6. SR Dalton Knecht – Northern Colorado Bears

2022-23 season stats: 20.2 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 1.8 apg

The 6’6 guard and former JUCO transfer had one of the biggest scoring improvements this past season, by over 12 ppg. Knecht shot over 38% from deep and had numerous big outings, including 34 points versus Idaho and 31 against Eastern Washington on 6/13 shooting from deep.

5. SR Aaron Estrada – Hofstra Pride

2022-23 season stats: 20.2 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 4.3 apg

The CAA Player of the Year winner led Hofstra in scoring, including four games with at least 30 points. One of them was a career-high 40 points on 16/25 shooting versus Elon, with eight of the makes coming from three-point range. Estrada was in double figures in all but one game and had 14 games with at least five assists as well.