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33. Clark Slajchert - USC Trojans

2023-24 season stats (at Penn): 18.0 ppg and 2.9 apg

The 6’1 combo guard led Penn in scoring this past season, shooting 49% from the field and 42% from deep. Nine of his 22 total games finished with 20+ points, including a 33-point effort in overtime against La Salle. He joins a completely new USC roster that lost all four of its top guards so for now, look for Slajchert to have a large role next year.

32. Eddie Lampkin - Syracuse Orange

2023-24 season stats (at Colorado): 10.6 ppg and 7.0 rpg

The 6’11 big man had the best offensive year of his campaign, shooting 58% from the field and having six games of at least 17 points, including 21 points and six rebounds in the NCAA Tournament win over Florida. The center position was the biggest weakness for the Orange last season, with three guys sharing the minutes. Now, Lampkin is the clear big man inside and someone they can give the ball to on offense.

31. Skyy Clark - UCLA Bruins

2023-24 season stats (at Louisville): 13.2 ppg and 3.0 apg

Clark led Louisville in scoring this past season, shooting 41% from the field. He had six games with at least 20 points, including a career-high 36 points in the ACC Tournament game against NC State, nearly ruining their future Final Four run. Clark comes back home to Los Angeles with the Bruins, whose backcourt has been revamped after a poor season by their standards. Can he go from the worst ACC team to one that can compete in the Big Ten?