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NCAA Basketball: 10 teams that should target Marshall transfer Andrew Taylor

Nov 27, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana, USA; Marshall Thundering Herd guard Andrew Taylor (0) dribbles the ball in the first half against the Indiana Hoosiers at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 27, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana, USA; Marshall Thundering Herd guard Andrew Taylor (0) dribbles the ball in the first half against the Indiana Hoosiers at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports /
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Kansas State Wildcats

The Wildcats have landed just one transfer so far but it was a big one in Tylor Perry, the Conference USA Player of the Year and someone Taylor played several times against two years ago Perhaps they can play together on the court? They’d be a good pair because not only both can score but also play off the ball with one another.

After seeing what Markquis Nowell did this past season, Kansas State should be a compelling spot for talented players such as Taylor. There’s a wide-open spot in the backcourt next to Perry and Cam Carter is the only other returning veteran on the roster. There’s playing time, a national stage, and also a system the transfer in question could excel at.

Louisville Cardinals

The Cardinals won just four games last season but have done a solid job rebuilding its roster, landing a few transfers and top-30 prospects this offseason. Yet the concern is that once again, they have a lack of depth among the ball-handlers, with just Illinois transfer Skyy Clark being the only proven option.

Louisville landed another Marshall guard transfer in the past in Jarrod West but Taylor is better than both him and Clark as a lead guard. The program is a regional option that would provide plenty of playing time and allow him to stay close to home as well.