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Fantasy AnalysisMathis played in 23 games for Northern Colorado last season, and is looking to play more for WSCU. Due to NCAA transfer rules, he will not have to sit out a year.
Fantasy AnalysisAs a sophomore, Manning only played in 13 games, playing 1.9 minutes per game. It seems unlikely Manning will go to another mid-major if he's searching for more playing time, and his options will be Division II schools.
Fantasy AnalysisAs a freshman, Malveau played in all 31 of Texas State's games, coming off the bench in each game, averaging 8.1 minutes and 1.8 points per game. He will be transferring for playing time, and could be a valuable guard with a high-ceiling and three years of eligibility for a mid-major.
Fantasy AnalysisThe 6-8 forward averaged 1.5 points and 2.2 rebounds in 13.0 minutes per contest in his junior season at Northeastern. He might not attract a lot of interest, but he will be eligible to play immediately next season as a graduate transfer.
Fantasy AnalysisThe 6-8 forward failed to see the court this past season. In his sophomore year with the Jaguars, however, Stanback averaged 2.4 points in just 8.8 minutes per game. He will be immediately eligible to play as a graduate transfer.
Fantasy AnalysisThe 6-8 forward averaged 4.4 points and 1.3 rebounds in 16.4 minutes per game for the Eagles last season. Price hasnít announced where he will play next season, but will be eligible to play immediately.
Fantasy AnalysisAustin brings impressive size for the guard position at 6-6 and 220 pounds. He averaged 7.3 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 1.5 assists in 25.4 minutes per game for the Kangaroos last season. Austin has yet to announce his intentions for next year, but figures to attract a fair amount of interest as he has shown to be a proven contributor.
Fantasy AnalysisThe 6-1 guard out of Austin, Texas averaged 6.2 points, 2.0 rebounds, and 1.9 assists in 16.5 minutes per game this past season with Grand Canyon. Davis has yet to announce where he plans to transfer, but whatever team signs him will add a nice rotation player.
Fantasy AnalysisLouisville coach Rick Pitino had indicated to reporters earlier in the day that Onuaku would be going pro, but the 6-10 center later refuted those claims, saying that an official decision would come down later in the evening. Some extra time may have passed, but the reported decision never changed, as Onuaku will be headed for the professional level after just two years of college. Physically, there's little question that he's NBA ready, although he may need to refine some of the more technical aspects of his game before seeing consistent playing time.
Fantasy AnalysisPeters consistently stuffed the stat sheet during his junior campaign with the Crusaders, averaging 18.4 points and 8.5 boards per contest while shooting 50.5 percent from the field. After testing the NBA Draft waters up until the last minute, he ultimately decided to return to school in an effort to lead Valparaiso to their first NCAA tournament win during his tenure with the program. With the early departure of Oakland's Kay Felder, look for Peters to be the early frontrunner for Horizon League Player of the Year honors. If Peters can keep up consistent shooting while averaging roughly a double-double per contest, there's a chance he finds his way into the first round of the 2017 NBA Draft.
Fantasy AnalysisAfter a sensational freshman campaign, Trimble took a bit of a step back in his sophomore season scoring-wise, going from 16.2 points per game to 14.8. He did, however, go from 3.0 assists per game to 4.9. Trimble will be the floor leader for Maryland for the third straight season, as he looks to head a Terrapin squad that lost a few key pieces heading into the 2016-17 season.
Fantasy AnalysisWhite had a great junior season with averages of 16.6 points and 5.9 rebounds per game, and his return to college is great news for the Cornhuskers. With the departure of leading scorer Shavon Shields, White is set to lead the team's offensive attack as they look to turn things around in the 2016-17 season.
Fantasy AnalysisPritzl, a highly recruited freshman guard, played in just one game (four minutes total) for the Badgers in his inaugural campaign. He was limited by the ailment early in the season, and then re-injured himself during a December practice. Upon returning to practice, Pritzl then shifted his efforts to the scout team, but did not see further game action, likely in an effort to preserve the year of eligibility. If his medical redshirt is accepted, Pritzl will be able to contribute four full years to Greg Gard and the Badgers.
Fantasy AnalysisSwanigan averaged 10.2 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 1.8 assists in 26 minutes per game as a freshman. The 6-foot-9 forward is expected to take on an even bigger role for Purdue next year with the departure of seven-footer A.J. Hammons and guard Rapheal Davis.
Fantasy AnalysisOnuaku averaged 9.9 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.0 blocks, and 1.6 assists in 25 minutes per game as a sophomore. The 6-foot-10 center's size and defensive potential will likely make him a second-round pick. In the big man's absence, look for players such as Mangok Mathiang, Ray Spalding, Anas Mahmoud and Jaylen Johnson to enter 2016-17 in search of bigger roles.