The transfer portal has become part of a growing trend throughout the college basketball landscape, and, like it or not, it’s here to stay.
More than 1,200 players have entered the transfer portal in each of the last two offseasons, which averages out to roughly three players per Division one team transferring each year.
Players both incoming and outgoing can quickly alter the trajectory of a program due to the unpredictable nature each offseason can bring.
Unexpected transfers or early departures can often be mitigated by landing an experienced impact transfer at a position of need, or leave your roster with a glaring weakness just the same.
This offseason, Wisconsin has seen in-house transfers from Lorne Bowman, Ben Carlson, and Matthew Mors – all of whom entered the portal in search of a better long-term fit.
With all three transfers having found new homes, now seems like the perfect time to see where Wisconsin basketball transfers will call home this upcoming season:
Lorne Bowman, Oakland
Ben Carlson, Utah
— Asher Low (@alow_33) April 30, 2022
Matthew Mors, South Dakota State
Jackrabbit Nation, join us in welcoming @matthew_mors!
— Jackrabbit Basketball (@GoJacksMBB) April 11, 2022