10 NCAA Basketball Transfers Who Will Shine in 2014 After Missing Last Season

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10 NCAA Basketball Transfers Who Will Shine in 2014 After Missing Last Season
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Former Mississippi State wing Rodney Hood is expected to be one of Duke's go-to scorers this upcoming season.

It's time to refresh your memory on the players who either sat out all or most of 2012-13 as transfers. 

Every year transfers are making an impact throughout college basketball. Fred Hoiberg has rebuilt the Iowa State program through mostly transfers. In two of the past three seasons, a transfer has been named an Associated Press All-American. Last season, Kansas center Jeff Withey was a third-team All-American, and in 2010-11, Ben Hansbrough was on the second team. 

These 10 players figure to make the biggest impact next season for their new teams. They include a mix of players who sat out all or most of last year and are expected to be eligible this season. In a few cases, the teams are still waiting on word from the NCAA. 

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