The number of transfers in college basketball continues to increase each offseason. Every season, a bunch of these transfers, both successful and unsuccessful at their previous stops, break through onto the national scene at a new school.
Last year, players like UNLV's Mike Moser and Iowa State's Royce White became national sensations after being ineffective as freshmen at UCLA and Minnesota, respectively. Then there were also players like Iona's Momo Jones, who helped Arizona to the 2011 Elite Eight, and Mississippi State's Arnett Moultrie, who averaged 9.8 points and 6.7 rebounds at UTEP, led their new schools to postseason berths.
Here are 10 eligible transfers that will make a huge and immediate impact for their programs in the 2012-13 season.