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Fantasy AnalysisChartouny posted a well-rounded stat line for Fordham last season, notching 12.2 points, 5.6 boards, 4.6 assists and 3.3 steals over 35.9 minutes per game. He chose the Golden Eagles over an offer from Louisville and should have a good opportunity to pair with Markus Howard to give Marquette a dynamic duo in the backcourt next season.
Fantasy AnalysisHawkins decided to join the Racers after a couple of successful seasons with Towson, but he was limited to just 18.7 minutes per game and averaged only 7.2 points, 1.3 rebounds and one assist per game during his junior campaign with the team. As a result, he will take his talents to another school for his final year of eligibility in hopes of carving out a more significant role.
Fantasy AnalysisVital averaged 14.7 points, 5.4 boards, 1.7 assists and 1.6 steals per contest as a sophomore with the Huskies, earning a starting role with the club as the season progressed. His efficiency dipped to just 32 percent from 37 as a freshman, but he attempted 2.1 more per game last season. It seems unlikely he will ultimately turn pro, but he will at least receive an evaluation before making the decision.
Fantasy AnalysisHuerter keeps his NCAA eligibility alive by not hiring an agent while still being able to get an assessment of his draft stock. He has until May 30 to notify the NCAA that he's returning to school, which gives him 10 full days after the combine to make a final call. Huerter is a heady player that stepped into a leadership role for the Terrapins as a sophomore when he averaged 14.8 points on 50 percent shooting to go with 5.0 rebounds.
Fantasy AnalysisHe can return to Kentucky if he withdraws his name from the draft by May 30, which allows him enough time to get the proper feedback on where his draft stock lies. Vanderbilt was hampered by a foot injury for the early portion of the season but showed his potential in SEC play. He averaged 6.9 points and 8.1 rebounds over 18.9 minutes against conference opponents and has the athleticism to make it at the next level.
Fantasy AnalysisBy not hiring an agent, Matthews will be able to return to Michigan next season if he notifies the school by May 30. He'll be able to go through the pre-draft process -- including the combine -- to get feedback on his draft stock. Matthews started every game this season and averaged 13.0 points and 5.5 rebounds while shooting 50 percent from the field.
Fantasy AnalysisKey was highly productive as a freshman in 2016-17 with 12.0 points and 5.7 rebounds over 30 starts. His role diminished this past season as his starts were nearly cut in half down to 17 and he put up just 7.0 points per game. He will have two years of eligibility once he sits out the 2018-19 season.
Fantasy AnalysisBy not hiring an agent, Azubuike will be able to return to Kansas while still going through parts of the pre-draft process like the combine in May. Azubuike is an athletic big who can defend and get rebounds but he lacks much in the way of an offensive game and often gets into foul trouble. He'll have until June 11 to withdraw from the draft but would have to submit a written statement to the NCAA by May 30 to retain collegiate eligibility.
Fantasy AnalysisBecause he hasn't hired an agent, Walker retains his NCAA eligibility for next season while still being able to test NBA waters. The Kent State standout averaged 16.6 points over 27 games this past season and will likely return for his senior campaign.
Fantasy AnalysisJohnson was originally deciding between testing the NBA Draft and transferring to Miami, Arizona, Creighton or Louisville. The graduate transfer has settled on Miami and should contribute immediately for the Hurricanes, as he scored 16.1 points on 39.2-percent from three last season for Florida Gulf Coast.
Fantasy AnalysisWright had requested to transfer prior to his 2017-18 season with Mississippi State, but decided to stay, averaging 3.0 points, 2.2 rebounds and .9 assists in 13.8 minutes per game. He will sit out this coming season and hope to make an impact in 2019-20.
Fantasy AnalysisLandrum spent his freshman season with SMU, where he recorded averages of 3.1 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.1 assists across 17.5 minutes. However, Landrum mentioned in a Twitter post on his personal account that it was in his best interest both academically and athletically to move to a new program, so he's officially been added to the transfer market. Due to the current NCAA transfer rules, Landrum will have to sit out the 2018-19 campaign.
Fantasy AnalysisAfter spending some time in the JUCO ranks, McNeal joined New Mexico for the 2017-18 campaign, posting averages of 9.5 points, 2.7 assists, 1.8 rebounds and 1.6 three-pointers across 24.5 minutes. He's now on the move yet again, though, and will be seeking a new program to finish out his collegiate career. At this point, it seems likely that McNeal will be a graduate transfer, which would allow him to be eligible immediately at his next destination. However, that should be clarified once the 6-foot-1 guard officially commits elsewhere.
Fantasy AnalysisMoyer spent his freshman campaign at Syracuse, finishing with averages of 3.2 points and 3.4 rebounds across 16.8 minutes. After initiating his transfer back at the end of March, Moyer has officially decided on Vanderbilt as the program he'll finish his collegiate career at. Due to the current NCAA transfer rules, the 6-foot-7 forward will have to sit out the upcoming campaign, which means he'll wait to make his Commodore debut until the start of the 2019-20 season.
Fantasy AnalysisPatrick had a hard time finding playing time during his sophomore campaign, averaging just 7.8 minutes across 26 games. As a result, he'll transfer away from Kansas State in what is likely a move to find a program with a quicker path to playing time. Due to the current NCAA transfer rules, Patrick will have to sit out the upcoming season, but should then have two years of eligibility remaining going into the 2019-20 campaign.