Busting Brackets

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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Notable commitments (continued)

Aaron Bradshaw, Ohio State

The former five-star recruit averaged just 4.9 PPG and 3.3 RPG in limited minutes in his lone year in Lexington but brings in raw talent to work alongside Felix Okpara. He’s able to stretch the floor, too, which will only be a plus for Jake Diebler regarding the Buckeyes’ backcourt versatility.

Darlinstone Dubar, Tennessee

Dubar, who started his career at Iowa State before developing into a double-digit scorer at Hofstra under Speedy Claxton, increased his scoring average from 10.3 PPG to 17.8 PPG and rebounding average from 4.8 RPG to 6.8 RPG this season.

Rollie Worster, Nebraska

Worster started his collegiate career at Utah State in 2020-21 before transferring to Utah, following Craig Smith to Salt Lake City. Worster, who missed the final two months of the college basketball season due to injury, averaged a well-rounded 9.9 PPG, 4.9 RPG and 5.5 APG. He started in 101 of 103 games under Craig Smith.

Zed Key, Dayton

Key saw his role reduced this season, averaging 6.6 PPG and 4.1 RPG after being a double-digit scorer in 2022-23 before suffering a season-ending injury. With one more year of eligibility remaining, Zed Key will look to develop his game -- especially on the perimeter, according to Key via Adam Jardy of the Columbus Dispatch

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Jabri Abdur-Rahim, Providence 

Abdur-Rahim averaged 12.2 PPG and 3.5 RPG on a team that made a surprise run to the NIT Semifinals. Known as a three-point shooting threat, Abdur-Rahim shot 35.6% from three on six 3PA per game.