Top 5 Transfer Players This Year In NCAA Basketball

Sam Hauser averaged 14.9 points and 7.2 rebounds per game at Marquette in 2018-19. (Matt Riley, U.Va. athletics)

Every season there are many transfers that look to make immediate impacts on their respective teams. Let’s take a look at five transfers this season that is helping to lead their teams to the NCAA tournament.

Mac McClung:

Transferring out of Georgetown, Mac McClung committed to play at Texas Tech to finish his collegiate career. McClung has looked like a star so far this season, leading Texas Tech to a solid 11-4 record through fifteen games. He has been averaging 16.3 points so far this season leading Texas Tech to wins over solid teams like Texas.

McClung has given Red Raiders head coach Chris Beard a new go-to guy that can score whenever needed. This transfer has made a great impact on Texas Tech’s program and McClung will look to lead them to a deep tournament run.

Jahvon Quinerly:

After being recruited by many good teams out of high schools like Villanova, Kansas, and Virginia, Quinerly decided on attending Villanova. He struggled at Villanova due to lack of playing time causing him to never really find his footing. Quinerly has, however, been excellent this season since transferring to Alabama.

He has been a great transfer for Alabama averaging 13.3 points while helping to lead them to a 12-3 record. He has been the perfect point guard for head coach Nate Oats. Quinerly has the team playing with outstanding pace and shooting three-pointers with high efficiency. Overall if Alabama can continue to succeed, Quinerly will be one of the best transfers of the offseason. 

Sam Hauser:

One of this season’s top transfers has been Sam Hauser. Hauser has transferred from Marquette to finish playing college basketball at Virginia.  He has helped lead Virginia to a 9-2 record so far while helping them become 5-0 in ACC conference play.

Virginia has looked better on offense this season and this can undoubtedly correspond to the play of Hauser, who has been averaging 13.8 points and 7.5 rebounds. As one of the top transfers, Hauser has helped transform Virginia into a team that will contend for the NCAA title. 

Liam Robbins:

Another of the top transfers playing for Minnesota this season is center Liam Robbins. Robbins has been a force down low for the Gophers averaging 13.8 points and 7.3 rebounds. The Golden Gophers this season has become a competitive team standing at an 11-4 record.

Robbins has formed a nice one-two punch with Marcus Carr. Liam Robbins has put together monster games against teams like Michigan and Ohio State, scoring 22 and 27 respectively. Robbins will look to help lead Minnesota to a solid tournament run. 

Carlik Jones:

The Louisville Cardinals have gotten off to a solid start this season. One major reason the Cardinals have had success is because of one of the top transfers, Carlik Jones. Jones has helped the Cardinals to a record of 9-3. He has averaged 17.9 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 4.7 assists.

Jones has been the best player on Louisville’s team-leading them to wins over Kentucky and Virginia Tech. He has been the leader of the offense all season, proving that he is among the top transfers in the NCAA this season.

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