Arkansas has gained three transfers so far. Could there be another? Here are the ones who have committed to you ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS since the Musselman era began!
Connor Vanover: Down the final stretch Vanover averaged over 17 points, six rebounds and three blocks while shooting 35.5 percent from 3-point range and went 5 for 6 against Stanford in their season finale.
Isaiah Moss: Averaged 10 points per game but shot his FG at a 40% rate, 42% from 3 point range and shot 80% behind the charity stripe. He scored a season high 23 points versus Minnesota.
Jeantal Cylla: He led UNC-Wilmington with a free throw percentage of 84.8 percent. He player in all 33 games while starting 32. In 2018-19, he averaged 13.7 points and 4.6 rebounds while making 31.1 percent of his 3-point shots. Cylla scored a season-high 24 points at Elon and at James Madison. Also, Cylla led the team in scoring in 11 games.
If there are more additions to the basketball team we will keep you updated. For now, there are a few names floating around to keep an eye on.
5 ⭐️ G Kyree Walker, 6’5 190, Phoenix, AZ. He is a 2020 Prospect but has flirted around with the idea of reclassifying as a 2019 signee. If Musselman can sign this stud, Arkansas could be off to the races and be returning to the national spotlight very soon.
Jaire Grayer, 6’5 G/F, player for George Mason the past two seasons. Grayer just finished his visit to Arkansas and said, “it went great”. He averaged 8 points per outing including a 40% three point shooting percentage, grabbed 3.1 rebounds per game through the first eight games this season. He suffered a foot injury but hopes to receive a medical waiver to regain another year of eligibility.
JD Notae (visited Arkansas today) Jacksonville University. Norse averaged 15.5 points, 6.2 rebounds, 3.4 assists, and 1.6 steals. He was also a hot shooter with a 42.7% field goal percentage and 32.0% from 3. Plus, in an area Arkansas struggled in, He shot 73% from the free throw line through 32 games last season. The connection you ask? Arkansas assistant coach Corey Williams was the head coach of Jacksonville the past six seasons.