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Fantasy AnalysisHuggins is coming off a breakout 2016-17 campaign, where he averaged 13.7 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.3 assists across 28 minutes per game. He also shot an impressive 42 percent from behind the arc on just over six shots attempts per game. Huggins will sit one season before playing his final year of eligibility at Fresno State.
Fantasy AnalysisHenderson applied for the sixth year of eligibility after having missed one season due to injury and another after he transferred from West Virginia. While the NCAA does not make the details public, it's likely because they view transfers as a choice, and therefore, they typically don't give that year back, according to Giglio. Henderson was North Carolina State's second-leading scorer last season after averaging 13.8 points per game.
Fantasy AnalysisKeita played a minimal role over the course of his freshman season, averaging just 9.6 minutes per game and even served a one-game suspension at one point. With the program returning its key frontcourt players from last season, Keita will now look to finish out his three years of remaining eligibility at another school of his choice.
Fantasy AnalysisWright is a former four-star recruit who appeared in 31 games for the Bulldogs last season and averaged 3.5 points and 1.6 rebounds per game. It's possible the now-sophomore was expecting a larger role in his first season at Mississippi State, but regardless of his reasoning, Wright will look to finish out his three remaining seasons of eligibility at another school of his choice.
Fantasy AnalysisSuggs is coming off a sophomore season at Bradley where he was no longer a crucial part of the team's rotation. This came after a freshman season where Suggs played over 30 minutes per game. He'll now finish out his final two years of eligibility at Missouri after sitting out one season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Fantasy AnalysisColeman-Lands saw a decline in playing time and resulting production last season, as his numbers dropped nearly across the board. He averaged 8.0 points and 2.3 rebounds as a sophomore with the Fighting Illini last season, but Coleman-Lands will now finish out his final two years of eligibility at the program of his choice.
Fantasy AnalysisMykhailuk decided to test out the draft waters without hiring an agent following the completion of his Junior season, but has ultimately decided to return to school. The Ukraine native saw his role increase with the team in this past year, as he averaged 27.3 minutes per game compared to just 11.2 and 12.8 his first two seasons with the team. He will look to increase his stock next season with the Jayhawks.
Fantasy AnalysisBlackwell, who averaged 8.1 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists across 24.4 minutes per game last season, will have to sit out a season before being eligible to suit up for Fresno State. He's likely hoping to have a more prominent role on his new team.
Fantasy AnalysisSwanigan averaged 18.5 points, 12.5 rebounds and 3.1 assists across 32.5 minutes per game last season. He has the size and skill to be an NBA power forward and is a projected late-first-round selection.
Fantasy AnalysisThe surgery doesn't seem to be too serious, as Jackson is expected to be fully recovered prior to NBA training camp. That being said, he's tentatively questionable for the NBA Summer League, which kicks off in early July. He's a projected second round selection.
Fantasy AnalysisLast season, during his third year of collegiate basketball, Alstork averaged 19.0 points, 4.7 rebounds and 3.5 assists across 30.2 minutes per game. As a result of his impressive play, he will be moving on to Illinois in an effort to showcase his skills on a bigger stage.
Fantasy AnalysisSanders has played over 30 minutes per game in both of his seasons for Rutgers. He took a minor step back in his sophomore season (12.8 PPG, 38.2 percent shooting), down from 15.9 points on 42.3 percent shooting his freshman season. The guard showed consistent scoring in the second half of the season with double-digit scoring in 15 of the final 19 games.
Fantasy AnalysisWilson started 36 of 38 games this past season, playing 30.4 minutes per game. The junior forward will join Derrick Walton and Zak Irvin as starters for the Wolverines who will not return next season.
Fantasy AnalysisWilliams started all 39 games last season for Gonzaga, though he played only 24.3 minutes per game due to the Bulldogs' deep roster. The senior forward averaged 10.2 points and 6.4 rebounds per game in his only season with Gonzaga after transferring from Missouri. He will likely have a larger role with the team next season as fellow frontcourt mates, Przemek Karnowski and Zach Collins, will go to the NBA.
Fantasy AnalysisYurtseven was only testing his NBA draft stock after his freshman season as he never signed an agent. He started 14 of 22 games for the Wolfpack this past season, scoring 5.9 points per game on 45.7 percent shooting. The rising-sophomore center showed his potential on the boards with a game of 16 rebounds against Pittsburgh this past season.