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48. Deyton Albury - Utah State Aggies

2023-24 season stats (at Queens): 17.0 ppg, 5.8 rpg, and 3.7 apg

The 6’2 guard earned all-conference honors in the ASUN, shooting 48% from deep and one of the better slashers in the mid-major ranks. Albury had 11 games with at least 20 points, including 29 points, 11 rebounds, and seven assists against North Alabama. Utah State, who has a new coach and overall roster, will need Albury to be an impact guard who can compete in the Mountain West next season. He should pair well with freshman Mason Falsev.

47. Bensley Joseph - Providence Friars

2023-24 season stats (at Miami): 9.6 ppg and 3.4 apg

The 6’1 guard put up career numbers as a full-time starter, including a season-high six straight double-digit scoring games at the very end of the season. That includes a 21-point, 6-rebound, and 5-assist game against UNC. Joseph has a chance for an even bigger role at Providence, which lost its star guard (Devin Carter) to the NBA Draft.

46. Greg Gordon - UAB Blazers

2023-24 season stats (at Iona): 16.0 ppg and 7.3 rpg

The 6’5 guard was highly successful in his lone season at Iona, leading them in both scoring and rebounding. He actually shot better from the field (55%) than he did at the FT line (52%) and had some prolific games down the stretch, including 35 points and 12 rebounds in a win over Fairfield. He joins a UAB team which is the rare AAC program to not lose all its players, joining a roster with enough talent to contend next season.