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Canadian's Marcus Carr, Mike Nuga, Emanuel Miller, Jalen Warren and record of Canadian basketball players flood NCAA Transfer Portal In record numbers
Canadian's Marcus Carr, Mike Nuga, Emanuel Miller, Jalen Warren and record of Canadian basketball players flood NCAA Transfer Portal In record numbers
Canadian's Marcus Carr, Mike Nuga, Emanuel Miller, Jalen Warren and record of Canadian basketball players flood NCAA Transfer Portal In record numbers - Illustrations: Edilson J. Silva

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Canadians flood NCAA transfer portal in record numbers

The new transfer rules have changed college basketball forever, opening up the floodgates for a record number of Canadian NCAA basketball players to transfer and explorer new opportunities without the need to sit out the full-year.

Years of mounting public pressure from athlete-rights advocate groups and lawmakers, combined with complications from the ongoing Coronavirus global pandemic have finally forced the NCAA to change its outdated transfer policy for student-athletes.

The NCAA Division I Council approved a motion that will allow undergraduate student-athletes the opportunity to transfer to a different school once during their career without being penalized and forced to sit out a full year.

The new transfer rules, combined with the growing number of Canadians playing college basketball has resulted in an NBA like free-agency rush — opening up the floodgates for a record number of Canadian NCAA basketball players to explorer new opportunities.

Below is the complete and most updated list of Canadian basketball players who have entered their name in the NCAA’s transfer portal.

The list features Marcus Carr, the top Canadian NCAA scorer and also includes three (Ahmed Ali, Michael Nuga, Emanuel Miller) other top ten scores from the shortened and unexpected 2020-21 season.

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Other notably names include senior Jalen Warren, a former guard with Florida Gulf Coast and Stef Smith who transferred from Vermont to St. Johns, making the big leap from a mid-major conference (American East) to the Big East.

Furthermore, we have combined and included the players 2020-21 NCAA basketball stats, giving you the ability to quickly sort and visualize the type of impact they will bring to their new team(s). For players who sat out during the 2020-21 season, we’ve included their stats from 2019-20 campaign.

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2021 Canadians in NCAA Transfer Portal

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