Possible Graduate Transfers for 2018-19 Hot Board

Who are the graduate transfers who will shape the 2018-19 Season?  These are some distinct possibilities.

The best possible graduate transfers in College Basketball are listed on this Hot Board.  This is a general list that is for all schools.  The stats and likelihood of the particular player transferring out as a graduate transfer to be able to play next season, unless confirmed.  None of these players have declared that they will transfer yet, but they are candidates to make such a move for next season.

After checking out the traffic metrics from last year, it was obvious that the possible graduate transfer article is the most popular article that we run.  We do it first, we do it best.  Jeff Goodman may have his secret scrimmage list and there are bracketologists galore, but this is what we do.

Stats are up to February 22, 2018

The Best Possible Graduate Transfers for 2018-19

DeSean Murray – Auburn – Likelihood is Medium-to-High

Xavian Stapleton – Mississippi State – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium

Jordan Chatman – Boston College – Likelihood is Low

Phil Cofer – Florida State – Likelihood is Low

Torin Dorn – North Carolina State – Likelihood is Very Low

Keyshawn Woods – Wake Forest – Likelihood is Low

Terry Larrier – UConn – Likelihood is High

Isaac Fleming – East Carolina – Likelihood is High

Josh Cunningham – Dayton – Likelihood is Medium

Tarin Smith – Duquesne – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium

Malik Hines – UMass – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium

Rashaan Holloway – UMass – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium

Khwan Fore – Richmond – Likelihood is Medium

Javon Bess – Saint Louis – Likelihood is Low

Ehab Amin – Texas A&M Corpus Christi – Likelihood is Medium

Tariq Owens – St. John’s – Likelihood is Low

James Palmer Jr. – Nebraska – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium

Nick Weiler-Babb – Iowa State – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium

Ryan Taylor – Evansville – Likelihood is Medium

Clayton Custer – Loyola Chicago – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium

Namon Wright – Colorado – Likelihood is Low

Isaiah Wright – San Diego – Likelihood is Medium-to-High

Isaiah Pineiro – San Diego – Likelihood is Medium-to-High

J.C. Show – Binghamton – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium

Ernie Duncan – Vermont – Likelihood is Low

Zach Johnson – FGCU – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium

Rob Marberry – Lipscomb – Likelihood is Low

Mike Cunningham – USC Upstate – Likelihood is Low

Geno Crandall – North Dakota – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium

David Efianayi – Gardner-Webb – Likelihood is Low

B.J. Stith – Old Dominion – Likelihood is Very Low

Tyree Griffin – Southern Miss – Likelihood is Medium

Stuckey Mosley – James Madison – Likelihood is Medium

Kameron Chatman – Detroit – Likelihood is Low

Micah Seaborn – Monmouth – Likelihood is Low-to-Medium