The list of college basketball players transferring this offseason is nearing 400 and will probably eclipse 500 by the end of the summer, but who are the 10 best available players and where are they likely to end up playing next?
For the most part, the list of remaining "free agents" is cluttered with players who barely even saw the court this past season and are looking to downgrade to a school where they'll actually get to play. But there are quite a few gems still out there looking for a place to land.
Eron Harris, formerly of West Virginia, is the cream of the remaining crop. Harris averaged 17.2 points per game last season, including a 27-point effort against Wisconsin and a 28-point game against Kansas. Even though he'll need to sit out the upcoming season, there are a lot of coaches who would kill to land Harris for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons.
Should a team fail to get him, there are quite a few other quality shooting guards not far behind him on this list.
The following slides are ranked in order of how capable each player is of carrying his yet-to-be-determined team to the next level. Years of eligibility remaining were also taken strongly into consideration, as a player with three college years left is inherently more valuable than the vast majority of seniors.