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NCAA Basketball: Analyzing top 5 teams for Dayton transfer Mike Sharavjamts

Dec 7, 2022; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Dayton Flyers forward Mike Sharavjamts (55) shoots during game against the Virginia Tech Hokies at Cassell Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Lee Luther Jr.-USA TODAY Sports
Dec 7, 2022; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Dayton Flyers forward Mike Sharavjamts (55) shoots during game against the Virginia Tech Hokies at Cassell Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Lee Luther Jr.-USA TODAY Sports /
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San Francisco Dons guard Khalil Shabazz Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports
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Pittsburgh Panthers

With leading scorer Blake Hinson back and recently adding top-100 center Papa Kante, the Panthers‘ frontcourt is set for next season. And so is the wing position after adding High Point transfer, Zach Austin. The perimeter is the last area to work on with the last scholarship. The backcourt currently consists of Rhode Island transfer Ishmael Leggett, along with redshirt freshman and former top-50 prospect, Dior Johnson.

Like with Leggett, it’s not a guarantee that Sharavjamts will succeed at the ACC level. But there technically isn’t any proven ACC guard on the roster. That could very well change if Johnson is as good as his high school reputation but the chance to play some point also could happen here for the former Flyer.

San Francisco Dons

The Dons have been on a good run with scoring guards, including last year’s duo of Khalili Shabazz and Tyrell Roberts. Both are gone, leaving Marcus Williams and USC transfer, Malik Thomas. And with the recent departure of Julian Rishwain, there’s definitely plenty of room for Sharavjamts if he wants to.

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San Francisco may not be a power conference program but they offer the least resistance for playing time. And being in the WCC and having chances to play both Gonzaga and Saint Mary’s creates opportunities for him to remain somewhat on the national radar. It worked out at Santa Clara for last year’s lottery pick Jalen Williams, who’s to say that Sharavjamts won’t have a similar breakout campaign?