Busting Brackets

Big Ten Basketball: Ranking of top 20 incoming transfers for 2024-25 season

The conference brings in a loaded transfer class as it expands to 18 teams.
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4. Aaron Bradshaw (Ohio State)

2023-24 season at Kentucky: 4.9 PPG | 3.3 RPG | 0.3 APG | 57.6 FG% | 28.6 3PT%

Similar to Stewart, Aaron Bradshaw hasn't had many opportunities to showcase his play, but he brings plenty of high-upside to this Buckeye backcourt. Bradshaw started 10 games for Kentucky last year, earning SEC Freshman of the Week honors in January, while also battling a foot injury since the beginning of the season. He will have three years of eligibity remaining at Ohio State.

3. Myles Rice (Indiana)

2023-24 season at Washington State: 14.8 PPG | 3.1 RPG | 3.8 APG | 43.9 FG% | 27.5 3PT%

Myles Rice had a breakout season for Washington State last year, leading the Cougars to their first NCAA Tournament berth and win since 2008. For his efforts, Rice was named Pac-12 Freshman of the Year after winning Freshman of the Week honors seven times, which tied a school record. Rice is an athletic guard capable of going downhill to the basket and finding the open man, something that will compliment Indiana's offense very well.

Not only is he a warrior on the court, Rice is also a cancer survivor, having beaten Non-Hodgkins lymphoma during the 2022-23 campaign.