5 Best College Basketball Transfers Who Have Yet to Pick a School

5 Best College Hoops Transfers Who Have Yet to Pick a School

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Transferring is becoming a big part of college basketball. Having a solid recruiting class every year is still ideal, but more and more very talented players are switching schools. This year is no exception. There are plenty of talented transfers out there, who have yet to pick a school, but these five players are the best transfers left in college basketball.

Kareem Canty, Marshall

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Kareem Canty, Marshall

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The 2013-14 college basketball season may have been the year of the freshmen, but it seemed like Marshall’s Kareem Canty got lost somewhere in the mix. He averaged 16.3 points per game, 2.2 rebounds per game and 5.5 assists per game in his first season in college hoops.

Eron Harris, West Virginia

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Eron Harris, West Virginia

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Eron Harris is the best player on this list in my book. He did average 17.2 points per game for West Virginia this season. The Big 12 was arguably the toughest conference during the regular season, but Harris still managed to score at a high rate.

Ryan Anderson, Boston College

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Ryan Anderson, Boston College

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Whoever picks up Ryan Anderson is going to be very lucky. Sure, Anderson will be a senior next season, but he averaged 14.3 points per game and 7.3 rebounds per game this past season.

Matt Carlino, BYU

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Matt Carlino, BYU

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Matt Carlino will be a senior, but his 13.7 points per game, 3.4 rebounds per game and 4.3 assists per game are very appealing. He also drained 60 threes on 33.9 percent shooting from behind the arc.

Sean Obi, Rice

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Sean Obi, Rice

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Sean Obi is a rebounding machine. He did average 9.3 boards per game this past season. He can also score the ball -- averaged 11.4 points per game. To make matters even better, he was a freshman this season.

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