Power Conference Transfers Most Likely to Lead Small Schools to NCAA Tournament

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Power Conference Transfers Most Likely to Lead Small Schools to NCAA Tournament
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We're all familiar with the up-transfers, guys who dominate for programs struggling to see NCAA tournament action and head to a more successful school for March exposure, if not always playing time.

Players like Seth Curry (Liberty to Duke) and Luke Hancock (George Mason to Louisville) are among the best examples of players who found both.

But what about the down-transfers? What about players who are unhappy or stapled to the bench on a major conference team and simply want to find a place they can play? Some of those guys have landed in decent opportunities themselves.

These seven playerspresented alphabeticallyhave a chance to play serious minutes in an NCAA tournament game this season. That's a claim that most of them couldn't make at their previous power conference home.

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