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College basketball transfer rankings for 2019-20 and 2020-21

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1 year 4 months ago #23122 by porthawk
It's updated as of today they still have Isaiah Moss going to Arkansas. Not sure if there are other mistakes.

Weird to see Grimes on this list. KJ Lawson is on it, too.

19. Isaiah Moss, 6-5, 208 pounds, SG, Jr., Iowa
Committed to Arkansas
Was expected to be a key cog of a potential top-25 Iowa team, but instead joined new coach Eric Musselman at Arkansas. Averaged 9.2 points and shot 42.1 percent from

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1 year 4 months ago #23124 by HawkErrant
Yeah, porthawk, I don't think ESPN gives their transfer page the time needed to insure it is actually current. Otherwise it's nice to have the rankings based on college careers to date, and links to each players stats thru last season.

247Sports transfer portal tends to be more timely as far as commitment status. It doesn't rank the transfers by their college performance like ESPN's does, only by their HS 247Sports ratings. But it does seem to be better maintained as far as timeliness, e.g., Moss is shown going to KU (but he is also shown as a SF, not an SG). The players' college stats apparently are not up to date, e.g., clicking on Moss's name does not show last season's stats for Moss (advantage ESPN). The filters it has at the top of the page does give users more flexibility in finding players, letting the user focus on players by team, status (ALL, COMMITTED, UNCOMMITTED), eligibility (ALL, IMMEDIATE, PENDING APPEAL, SITTING ONE, MID TERM) or position. SO if you wanted to see who was still uncommitted you easily can with the 247 portal page.

Verbal Commits has a nice tracker page. Top table shows the most recent actions, then below it is the main table (896 transfers so far). It can be sorted (not filtered) by Stars, Position, Name, Class, Ht, Wt, Immediately Eligible, January Eligible, Previous School, New School, and Source of the new school info. No college stats, though. And most unfortunately it does not allow for nested sorts, only single criteria sorts.

Overall I prefer 247Sports' model for flexibility, but I like ESPN's ranking by college experience and up to date college stats.

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