This article is part of our Draft Kit series.
Earlier this week, we broke down the top-25 transfers headed to "power" conferences. Now, we'll take a look at the players set to boost their mid-major teams and represent major fantasy assets in deeper formats.
- E.J. Anosike – Tennessee/Cal State-Fullerton. A perennial double-double machine at Sacred Heart before coming to the Volunteers, but the team that underperformed as a whole. At Fullerton, he should become a great force again
- Kevin Marfo – Texas A&M/Quinnipiac. Marfo was one of the top rebounders in Division I at Quinnipiac, and now he can repeat that with a chance to score in double-digits.
- Jordyn Adams – Appalachian State/Lamar. A guard that was always in Terry Taylor's shadow at Austin Peay, but at Lamar he has the potential to be more than an all-conference player as he was in the OVC
- AJ Bramah – Robert Morris/Nevada. Bramah's scoring ability will make him another in a successful line of transfers for the Wolfpack
- Teddy Allen – Nebraska/New Mexico State. He came to the Cornhuskers as a highly touted JuCo transfer w/ the ability to fill the hoop, and he will provide scoring prowess that the Aggies are lacking
- Carl Pierre – UMass/Rice. Pierre is just a nice shooting guard that is consistent, owning solid numbers that could improve at Rice
- Cameron Shelton – Northern Arizona/Loyola Marymount. Shelton takes his scoring prowess from the Lumberjacks to the Lions.
- Savion Flagg – Texas A&M/Sam Houston State. This Flagg can wave high as he soars to a starring role with the Bearkats
- Takal Molson – Seton Hall/James Madison. Molson's move to the Hall didn't work out, but as a Duke, he should have the opportunity to put up bigger numbers again
- Matt Bradley – California/San Diego State. Shooter/scorer that will fill a need for the Aztecs form beyond the arc
- Koby McEwen – Marquette/Weber State. His numbers dropped at Marquette after his days at Utah State, but Weber State wild provide him the chance to be an all-conference guard again
- Jordan Brown – Arizona/Louisiana-Lafayette. A power forward/center with great potential. His abilities were more showcased at Nevada than with the Wildcats. He could rack up in the Sun Belt.
- Jason Carter – Xavier/Ohio. Carter is another returning to greener pastures by going to the school he initially transferred from. He had very good numbers his last season at Ohio and will look to do that again this season.
- Holland Woods – Arizona State/Grand Canyon. Woods has maintained assist totals over 5.0 or greater for three seasons at Portland State while steadily increasing his scoring. His production took a hit with a lesser role in the Pac-12, but he should return to being a feature component of the offense with the Antelopes.
- Rasir Bolton – Iowa State/Gonzaga. Will be a nice shooter/scorer to add to the mix for the Zags to compliment their excellent inside play