Busting Brackets

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

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21. Achor Achor - Samford Bulldogs

2023-24 season stats: 16.1 ppg and 6.1 rpg

The 6’9 forward earned All-SoCon honors in his first year as a full-time starter, shooting 59% from the field. Achor also blocked nearly two shots a game while producing 20+ points on 12 times. He went for 35 points and 10 rebounds at Western Carolina, along with 23 points and eight rebounds versus Kansas in the NCAA Tournament. The potent forward is one of the top offensive frontcourt players in the portal and could thrive in the right system.

20. Supreme Cook - Georgetown Hoyas

2023-24 season stats: 10.5 ppg and 8.0 rpg

The 6’8 forward was a solid starter for the Hoyas in his lone season, leading them in rebounding and producing eight double-doubles. That includes a 15-point and 14-rebound effort against Xavier in Big East play. Cook is one of the more proven forwards in the portal and likely won’t be as expensive as some of the other options.

19. Khalil Brantley - La Salle Explorers

2023-24 season stats: 15.0 ppg, 5.3 rpg, and 4.2 apg

Brantley only has a career 38% shooting percentage from the field in three years at La Salle but the 6’1 guard is still a good all-around player. This past season, he dropped 30 points against Southern Indiana and had 10 assists versus UMass. He’s reportedly down to just Washington, Utah, and a return to La Salle for his final year.