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Fantasy AnalysisThe freshman guard played 11.5 minutes per game over the course of his freshman season, but he will now pursue another program to finish out his college career. He'll have three years of eligibility remaining after he sits out next season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Fantasy AnalysisIn three seasons at BYU, Aytes has seen his minutes decrease each year, so he will now pursue another program in search of a larger role. Aytes will graduate this summer and be immediately eligible next season to play his final year of eligibility.
Fantasy AnalysisDonnal saw a reduced role in his third season with the Wolverines, seeing just 12.2 minutes per game as a junior after playing nearly 20 as a sophomore. As a graduate transfer, Donnal will be eligible to play right away for the Tigers this coming season, and with the likely departure of star Jaron Blossomgame to the NBA Draft, there should be plenty of frontcourt minutes for Donnal to take advantage of in his final year of eligibility.
Fantasy AnalysisAfter leading USC in PPG with 15.1 during his sophomore campaign, Boatwright will return to the team for his junior season. He also averaged 4.5 rebounds across his 27.6 minutes per game.
Fantasy AnalysisThe former Providence Friar will have to sit out this season before tapping into his final two years of eligibility. He saw a very limited role off the bench in his final season at Providence, averaging just 3.3 minutes per game. Moving from the Big East to the America East ought to open up more minutes for Council in 2018-19.
Fantasy AnalysisThurman has been a significant contributor for Omaha over the last three years and is coming of a junior campaign where he averaged 13.8 points, 7.8 rebounds and 1.3 assists across 29.8 minutes. It appears he was looking to join a more prominent program for his final year of collegiate eligibility, with Nevada now officially the landing spot. Thurman will have to sit out the 2017-18 season due to the current NCAA transfer rules, with one year of eligibility remaining after to play for Nevada.
Fantasy AnalysisPortley saw a slight dip in minutes and production during his second collegiate season, so the sophomore guard will sit out a year and test his hand in a new system. He will have two years of eligibility remaining with his new team, looking to return to posting stats like his freshman season -- when he averaged 14.0 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.9 assists.
Fantasy AnalysisHamdy-Mohamed is a graduate transfer, so he'll be immediately eligible upon arriving at TCU. In his last season at VCU, he averaged 5.9 points, and 3.8 rebounds in 13.2 minutes per game.
Fantasy AnalysisTurner averaged 8.4 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 3.0 assists in 30.8 minutes per game during his sophomore season with Boston College. He'll have to sit out one year due to NCAA transfer rules, then Turner will be able to use his remaining eligibility.
Fantasy AnalysisAfter seeing inconsistent time off the bench in his sophomore season with the Fighting Irish, Ryan will pursue a larger role at Vanderbilt. He will, however, have to sit out the 2017-18 season due to NCAA transfer rules before playing out his two years of eligibility he has left.
Fantasy AnalysisParrish played just four minutes per game in his freshman season at TCU and will transfer to Rice in search of a bigger role. He will, however, have to sit out one season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Fantasy AnalysisIt appears as though Stewart never ended up officially declaring for the draft, so he'll be back for his fourth and final year in a USC uniform. Stewart averaged 12.3 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.2 assists over 30 minutes per game in his junior season and will be one of the leaders on a Trojans team with high expectations for next year.
Fantasy AnalysisStokes' early entry into the draft went without an official announcement, but it appears as though he will test the NBA waters before making a final decision. He averaged 11.7 points and 4.1 assists per game in his sophomore season, but listed at just six feet tall, the most likely outcome for Stokes is a return to Kansas State for his junior season.