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21. Camryn Carter - LSU Tigers

2023-24 season stats (at Kansas State): 14.6 ppg and 5.0 rpg

Tylor Perry got all the attention in the backcourt at Kansas State but Carter had a big year of his own volume-wise. The 6’3 guard had five games of at least 20 points, including 28 in a win over Miami, He joins an LSU team that loses Trae Hannibal and Jordan Wright in the backcourt, two of their top scorers.

20. Dug McDaniel - Kansas State Wildcats

2023-24 season stats: 16.7 ppg and 4.7 apg

It was certainly a unique season for the sophomore guard since he was unable to play road games in the Big Ten due to academic issues. When he was on the court, McDaniel did have some big outings, including a pair of 33-point outings. The hope for Coach Jerome Tang is that McDaniel is the latest guard to put up big numbers for the Wildcats next season, joining Markquis Nowell and last year’s star, Tylor Perry.

19. Michael Ajayi - Gonzaga Bulldogs

2023-24 season stats (at Pepperdine): 17.2 ppg and 9.9 rpg

In his lone season at Pepperdine, the 6’7 forward was an elite offensive weapon, leading them in scoring and shooting over 47% from three-point range. Ajayi went for 20+ points on 11 different occasions, including 30 points and 17 rebounds in a win over Pacific. He’ll remain in the WCC, giving Gonzaga a nice offensive boost in the frontcourt. Look for him to replace Anton Watson at the four-spot while being an even better spacing option.