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Where Tennessee Basketball’s Transfer Class Ranks At Start Of May

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The transfer portal officially closed on Wednesday as the first month of the college basketball offseason officially came to a close.

There’s still an abundance of players in the transfer portal who have to make their decisions and Tennessee basketball is at least pursuing one of them— North Florida shooting guard Chaz Lanier. But with the transfer portal closed, we’re moving downhill as the chaotic college basketball offseason of roster movement rolls on.

Tennessee lost four players in the transfer portal this offseason but has added three transfers to its roster filling a number of needs in the portal. Hofstra wing transfer Darlinstone Dubar, Charlotte forward Igor Milicic and Ohio State center Felix Okpara all rank as top 100 transfers on various sites and are the core of a strong transfer class for Tennessee.

So where does Tennessee’s transfer class rank nationally and in the SEC? Let’s take a look here.

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National rank: No. 25

SEC rank: No. 8

National rank by average: T-No. 17

SEC rank by average: No. 7


*Note: On3’s overall rankings account for the players that both left and joined the program. It’s rank by average just accounts for players joining the program

National rank: No. 32

SEC rank: No. 11

National rank by average: No. 7

SEC rank by average: No. 3

National rank: No. 20

SEC rank: No. 8

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