A look at some possible basketball transfers in to Arkansas...

• Jeantal Cylla, F, 6-7, 215, UNC-Wilmington - was at Florida Atlantic

Grad Transfer - visiting Arkansas this weekend

13.7 points, 4.6 rebounds, 42.7 FG, 31.3 on 3s, 84.8 FT last season

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• Hannif Cheatham, SG, 6-5, 195, Florida Gulf Coast by way of Marquette

Grad Transfer

Arkansas, Nebraska, Alabama among schools involved

Big East All-Freshman team at Marquette, move on to FGCU where he averaged 13.2 point sin 10 games before shoulder injury

A five-year varsity player at Pembroke Pines who was CBSSports.com’s 73rd-rated player in his class, Cheatham was a member of the Big East All-Freshman team, was voted team defensive MVP after both his Marquette seasons, and had 71 assists as a sophomore.

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• Jaire Grayer,G, 6-5, 200, George Mason by way of Flint, Mich.

Grad trransfer

12.3 ppg in his junior year with 39.7% shooting, 7.3 rpg and 1.3 assists per game.

Played 8 games as a senior 8.8 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.1 assists before foot injury

Best shooting percentage was sophomore year at 42.1%.

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• Alihan Demir, F-C, 6-9, 232, Drexel

Grad Transfer

will take an official visit to Minnesota next weekend, he tells @Rivals. Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Pitt, Arkansas, Georgetown, and Arizona State remain involved @mjessenhoward

14.8 points, 6.4 rebounds, 51 percent shooting

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• Noah Horchier, PF, 6-8, 190, North Florida - would have to sit out a year

16.0 points, 9.3 rebounds
12 double-doubles

Providence. Arizona, Oklahoma State, Nevada, Clemson, Tennessee, Arkansas, Purdue among teams linked with him

Thanks for the list Dudley. Seems clear Muss is thinking about how he can fill in some gaps in current roster with grad transfer guys who can play next year but not block up scholarships long term with a couple of strong Arkansas HF classes in a row coming up

Thanks for the update. It looks like an excellent plan to use some grad transfers to give the first year’s roster a boost, meanwhile going after really high level high school players for his first real recruiting class that will arrive in Musselman’s second year.

A perfect storm is brewing.