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Isiaha Mike    F       
Mike has committed to SMU for his final three years of eligibility, Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Mike will have to sit out one season before seeing time on the court with the Mustangs, but the 6-foot-8 forward could be a valuable contributor after his 11.3 points and 5.8 rebounds in over 28 minutes per game as a freshman with the Dukes.
Frank Jackson    G    Duke    
Jackson has declared for the NBA Draft but will not hire an agent, Tony Jones of the Salt Lake Tribune reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Jackson originally planned to return to Duke for his sophomore season, and that still is a possibility once he gets feedback from NBA teams. If he does return to school after posting 10.9 points and 2.5 rebounds per game, a decision that has to be made by May 24, he would join Grayson Allen in a dynamic backcourt for the Blue Devils.
Kevin Mickle    F       
Mickle will transfer away from Florida Gulf Coast to, The News-Press reports.

Fantasy Analysis

In two seasons with FGCU, though he averaged over 10 minutes per game, Mickle started only five out of 63 games. The senior forward will not have to sit out a season as a graduate transfer.
Luis Santos    C    Saint Louis    
Santos commits to Saint Louis, Patrick Karraker of Arch Authority reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Santos started 11 of 30 games last season, playing 17.1 minutes per game. He joins a Billikens squad that has not qualified for a postseason tournament each of the past three seasons. The sophomore center will have to sit out a season due to NCAA rules and regulations.
Noah Dickerson    F       
After considering a transfer, Dickerson has opted to stay with the Huskies, Jeff Borzello of ESPN reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Dickerson announced in March that he would explore transfer options, but he will ultimately return for his Junior season in Washington. The news comes following a visit with Tony Bennett and Virginia. averaged 12.5 points and 8.2 rebounds He finished his Sophomore campaign with an average of 12.5 points and 8.2 rebounds across 27.2 minutes per game.
Alize Johnson    F    Missouri State    
Johnson is declaring for the upcoming NBA draft but will not hire an agent, ESPN's Jeff Goodman reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Johnson was a dominant force in the Missouri Valley Conference last season, averaging a double-double per contest (14.8 PPG, 10.6 RPG). He'll at least test the draft waters to receive feedback from NBA scouts. At 6-9, Johnson is an undersized prospect relative to his collegiate position of center. That said, he did show enough as a rebounder to potentially stick as an undersized power forward.
Ray Bowles    G    Fresno State    
Bowles will play at Fresno State as a graduate transfer next season, Jon Rothstein of FanRag Sports reports.

Fantasy Analysis

The former Pacific wing will be immediately eligible to play for the Bulldogs once he arrives on campus. He started all 102 games during his career at Pacific and averaged a career-high 13.4 points per game in the 2016-17 season. He'll likely compete with Jaron Hopkins for playing time at small forward for the Bulldogs.
Ruben Guerrero    C    Samford    
Guerrero has decided to transfer to Samford, Jon Rothstein of FanRag Sports reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Guerrero is coming off a junior season with South Florida where he averaged 5.4 points and 5.1 rebounds per game while shooting over 50 percent from the field. In joining a smaller program like Samford, Guerrero will likely now have the opportunity for more playing time, but he will have to sit out one season due to NCAA transfer rules before seeing the floor.
Ty Lazenby    G    Oklahoma    
Lazenby committed to Oklahoma on Friday, Jon Rothstein of FanRag Sports reports.

Fantasy Analysis

The JUCO transfer will head to Norman for his final years of eligibility. The 6-5, 215-pound wing reportedly averaged 22.9 points per game last season at Northern Oklahoma College-Enid.
TJ Lang    G    South Florida    
Lang will transfer to South Florida, Jeff Goodman of ESPN reports.

Fantasy Analysis

After experiencing a significantly diminished role last season with Auburn, Lang has opted to transfer to South Florida, likely in hopes of a bigger role. If he gets his degree this summer, he will be eligible to play next year.
Daishon Smith    F       
Smith will transfer away from Wichita State, Paul Suellentrop of the Wichita Eagle reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Smith was a key reserve in his first season with the Shockers, averaging 4.8 points, 2.2 rebounds, 1.9 assists, and 1.0 steal in 14.9 minutes per game. It's unclear where he will transfer to.
Kavell Bigby-Williams    F       
Bigby-Williams asked for his release to transfer away from Oregon, Tyson Alger of The Oregonian reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Bigby-Williams (3.0 PPG) was expected to take on a bigger role next season due to the many departures at the end of the 2016-17 season, including Dillon Brooks and Jordan Bell leaving for the NBA Draft. Instead, the junior will look to finish out his last year of eligibility elsewhere. It's not yet clear where he will transfer to.
Ibrahima Diallo    C       
Diallo will transfer from Rutgers, Jerry Carino of Hoops Haven reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Diallo spent his time at Rutgers as a reserve forward, averaging 1.8 rebounds and 0.8 points per game during his sophomore season, and is undoubtedly leaving to find more playing time elsewhere. It is unclear where Diallo will transfer, but he'll need to sit out a season per NCAA transfer rules before resuming play.
Khy Kabellis    G       
Kabellis will transfer away from North Dakota State, Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Kabellis averaged 11.2 points, 2.7 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 1.1 steals in 33.2 minutes per game during his sophmore season. It's unclear where he will transfer to at this time. Kabellis will need to sit out a season before resuming his eligibility, however.
Marcus Keene    G    Central Michigan    
Keene signed with an agent Thursday, ESPN's Jeff Goodman reports.

Fantasy Analysis

It's been expected since late-March that Keen would not be heading back to the college ranks since he declared for the draft while also not initially hiring an agent. After roughly one month of the pre-draft process, Keene has decided to officially sign on with an agent, which officially ends his collegiate career and sparks his professional one. He was the nation's leading scorer in 2016-17, averaging 30.0 points per game.