Busting Brackets

NCAA Basketball: Top 30 players remaining in transfer portal for 2024 offseason

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27. Jayden Stone - Detroit Mercy Titans

2023-24 season stats: 20.8 ppg and 5.6 rpg

Tied with David Coit for being the top individual scorer in the NCAA Basketball transfer portal is Stone, a 6’4 guard from Australia. He averaged 36 mpg on a team that won just one total game this past season but Stone managed to put up some big games, including  34 points against Eastern Michigan and 36 points and 10 rebounds in triple-double versus RMU. On a better roster, Stone could be a legit addition to boost a team’s offense.

26. Ansley Almonor - Fairleigh Dickinson Knights

2023-24 season stats: 16.4 ppg and 5.1 rpg

The 6’7 forward is a multi-time All-NEC player for FDU, shooting nearly 40% from deep on over seven attempts a game. Almonor had 10 games with at least 20 points this past season, including a 30-point effort in a win over Le Monye. He’s reportedly down to two options in Siena and Kentucky, one of the more unique recruiting battles to watch.

25. Ezra Ausar - East Carolina Pirates

2023-24 season stats: 11.4 ppg and 4.7 rpg

The 6’9 forward started 44 games in two years at ECU, third on the team in scoring. Ausar had a trio of 20+ point games, including 28 points and 10 rebounds in a win over Tulsa in the AAC Tournament. He’s capable of playing both the 4 and 5-spots and has reportedly been linked to Seton Hall, NC State, and Utah, among others.