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NCAA Basketball: Tramon Mark, Myles Rice among top 50 early transfer commitments

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42. Jacob Crews - Missouri Tigers

2023-24 season stats (at UT-Martin): 19.1 ppg and 8.2 rpg

The 6’7 forward was one of the top impact JUCO transfers this past season, earning All-OVC honors for the Skyhawks. Crews had 16 games of 20+ points overall, including 28+ points in 5 of the last 7 games. He’s set to go to a Missouri squad in desperate need of offense on the wings, a major weak point on the roster compared to the team before then that went dancing. 

41. Tyler Perkins - Villanova Wildcats

2023-24 season stats (at Penn): 13.7 ppg and 5.3 rpg

The 6’5 guard got on the national radar early with several 20+ point games, including 22 points and six rebounds in an upset win over Villanova. He ended up picking the Wildcats, replacing the likes of Justin Moore and Hakim Hart as a projected starter in next season’s lineup.

40. Jayson Kent - Texas Longhorns

2023-24 season stats (at Indiana State): 13.5 ppg and 8.1 rpg

The 6’8 guard/forward had by far his best offensive season in the MVC, all while leading the team in rebounding. Kent shot a whopping 64% from the field as well and has an all-defensive honor as well in the league. It also includes a career-high 35 points and nine rebounds in the win over SMU in the NIT. He joins the Longhorns, who are losing star forward Dillon Disu and backup forward Brock Cunningham and after losing four-star prospect Cam Scott, should add to the depth for next season.