Transfer Portal Watch: 2021-22

Transfer Portal Watch: 2021-22
Samantha BrunelleSam Brunelle

The Transfer Portal Watch is on nationwide. will have regular updates on the top available players and where they end up.


Division I - WBB - Transfer Count
May 12, 2022: 1,301
April 17, 2022: 1,181
April 10, 2022: 1,128
April 7, 2022: 1,110
April 4, 2022: 1,037 
March 31, 2022: 987  (175 from Power 5 Conferences)
March 1, 2022: 245

May 1 Update: Any players requesting the portal after today are not eligble for instant eligibilty without a waiver.
April 16 Update: Sarah Ashlee Barker to Alabama (link), Anaya Peoples to DePaul, Amira Collins to North Carolina State(link).
April 11 Update: Mimi Collins to North Carolina State
April 10 Update:  Samantha Brunelle to Virginia Tech.  Sydney Parrish to Indiana.  Add Angel Reese and Mimi Collins from Maryland, Jillian Hollingshed from Georgia and Taylor Jones from Oregon State.


Latasha Lattimore (26947)

3.2 PPG, 2.8 RPG, 1.14 A/TO, 50.6% FG, 0% 3PFG, 39%FT 

Lattimore is a 6-4 frontcourt options with a world of upside.  With more court time her production scoring around the basket and on the glass would help a lot of teams.  If she can shore up her shooting from the free-throw line it would be a game changer as well.



Eboni Walker

Nevada, Class of 2019


HEIGHT5' 11"



4.0 PPG, 1.0 RPG, 1.1 SPG, 36% FG, 40% 3PFG, 71%FT 

After playing 20 minutes per game for multiple seasons with Arizona State, Walker's season at Syrcause was cut short to just seven games.  With one year to play she's a swish army knife type option who can defend, rebound and play efficiently on the offensive end if she can recapture that ASU vibe. 


Taylor Chavez

Arizona, Class of 2018






2.4 PPG, 1.1 APG, 1.7 A/TO, 29% FG, 34% 3PFG, 73%FT 

Looking at Chavez for her 5th year, she's a point guard option who has consistently knocked down the 3-ball.  IN her sophomore year where she got the most consistent minutes of her career she shot nearly 48 percent from behind the arc and averaged over one steal a game.  Expect his veteran guard option to choose a place she can start and make a 30 minute per game impact.


Aaliyah Collins

Washington, Class of 2021




Chicago State


14.6 PPG, 3.0 APG, 4.6  RPG, 41% FG, 22% 3PFG, 75%FT 

Few freshmen get to play 32 minutes per game but Collins did.  She led Chicago State in scoring, minutes played, assists and steals.  Obviously producing in the WAC doesn't guarantee big conference production but there's also no subsistute for experience.  She could be a steal in the late transfer 



Rickea Jackson: Mississippi State to Tennessee

Ashely Chevalier: Texas To Texas Tech

Gabrielle Elliott: Clemson to Michigan State

Lavendar Briggs: Florida to Maryland

Sarah Ashlee Barker: Georgia to Alabama

Sydney Parrish: Oregon to Indiana

Samantha Brunelle: Notre Dame to Virginia Tech

Amira Collins: Tennessee to Maryland to NC State (post grad)

Anaya Peoples: Notre Dame to DePaul

Destiny Oberg: Arkansas to Minnesota

Jordyn Jenkins: USC to UTSA

Cameron Swartz: Colorado to Georgia Tech

Brynna Maxwell: Utah to Gonzaga

Alissa Pili: USC to Utah

Ashlehy Owusu: Maryland to Virginia Tech

Dre'una Edwards: Kentucky to Baylor

Dalayah Daniels: Cal to Washington

Kendall Cheesman: Vanderbilt to Belmont

Gabby Hutcherson: Ohio State to Pitt

Taylor Jones: Oregon State to Texas

Angel Reese: Maryland to LSU

Jillian Hollingshed: Georgia to Tennessee

Aijha Blackwell: Missouri to Baylor

Leilani Correa: St. John's to Florida

Jade Loville: Arizona State to Arizona

Maddie Scherr: Oregon to Kentucky

De'Maury Flournoy: Vanderbilt to Georgia


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