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NCAA Basketball: Tyrese Hunter, Aaron Bradshaw among Monday’s busy day in the transfer portal

Plenty of movement occurred in the transfer portal on Monday. Here is what you need to know.
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It was a busy Monday in the transfer portal with notable portal entrants and commitments taking place across the college basketball scene. With the transfer portal window still open until May 1, expect more movement to transpire over the coming weeks. While it may seem like a lot -- and hard to keep track of -- here is a summary of the transfer portal news that happened on Monday.

Notable portal entrants

Dillion Mitchell, Texas

The former five-star recruit spent the past two seasons at Texas, increasing his scoring average from 4.3 PPG to 9.6 PPG and rebounding average from 3.9 RPG to 7.5 RPG this season. Mitchell, who also entered the NBA Draft, brings immense NBA-like upside with his athleticism.

Tyrese Hunter, Texas

Another Longhorn in the portal, two-way guard Tyrese Hunter spent the past two seasons in Austin after a strong freshman campaign at Iowa State in 2021-22. Although Hunter put up solid numbers in both years at Texas, it felt he was never able to further develop his game. A new home awaits.

D.J. Wagner, Kentucky

A former five-star prospect out of New Jersey, Wagner averaged nearly 10 PPG and 3.3 APG on a freshman-heavy lineup at Kentucky. Wagner dealt with inconsistencies offensively -- especially when SEC play arrived -- but will bring invaluable upside at his next stop.

Andrew Carr, Wake Forest

Carr was one of the more efficient players at Wake Forest last season, shooting 52.6% from the field including a 31-point outing against Georgia in the NIT. Carr, who also spent two seasons at Delaware, averaged 13.5 PPG and 6.8 RPG this year under Steve Forbes.

Dontrez Styles, Georgetown

Styles had a quality campaign on the Hilltop, averaging 12.8 PPG and 5.8 RPG for the Hoyas after spending two years at North Carolina with a limited role. At 6’6, Styles can slot in as either a guard or a forward who can stretch the floor and attack the rim.