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Transfer Portal Update: Who Should Tech Target Next?

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Another two weeks have gone by with many answers to where some of these Transfer Portal players are going. Here is a recap of the action that has happened recently:

Departures:

Terrence Shannon Jr.: Committed to Illinois

Chibuzo Agbo: Committed to Boise State

Kevin McCullar Jr.: Will choose between Kansas, Gonzaga, and the NBA Draft

Mylik Wilson: Entered the Transfer Portal Sunday

Additions (From the Transfer Portal):

De’Vion Harmon: Senior Guard, Oregon (You can read more about De’Vion here)

Fardaws Aimaq: Senior Center, Utah Valley (You can read more about Fardaws here)

D’Maurian Williams: Junior Guard, Gardner-Webb (You can read more about D’Maurian here)

Here are a couple of guys that the Red Raiders could be targeting in the near future:

Missouri State Guard Isiaih Mosley:

As far as targets go, this is my favorite. He was 15th in the nation in scoring last season with 20.4 points per game last season for Missouri State. Mosley is not only a solid scorer but rebounder and distributor, averaging 6.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game last season as well. A great all-around player that would step right in and start at the off-guard spot.

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Mosley is also an elite three-point shooter, hitting 42.7% of his three-pointers on nearly five attempts per game. At 6’5, he can also guard multiple positions on the floor and can lock people down as he averaged 1.2 steals per game last season. His skills not only on the offensive but on the defensive end of the floor could help the Red Raiders to new heights next season.

Washington State Center/ Forward Mouhamed Gueye:

At 6’11”, Gueye has the size and length to play College Basketball for the Red Raiders. He was the second-leading rebounder for a solid Washington State team last season, averaging 5.3 per game. He also scored a bit, averaging 7.4 points per game, mostly from inside the paint.

Honestly, Gueye is more of a backup piece in the case that Fardaws Aimaq decides to stay in the NBA Draft. He would come in and backup Daniel Batcho, most likely.

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Austin Lloyd
Austin Lloyd
4 months ago

Teddy Allen, New Mexico State would fill the shooting guard position nicely!

Jack M Lloyd
Jack M Lloyd
4 months ago

How about TEDDY ALLEN from New Mexico State?

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