Who can Texas A&M basketball target in the transfer portal for next season?

As the season just ended for the Ags, the coaching staff will quickly turn their attention to recruiting.
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Projecting who Texas A&M basketball could bring in via the portal

With the Aggies loss last night in the Round of 32, they have already began recruiting in the transfer portal. In fact, they have been active ever since the portal opened up March 18th.

The Aggies will lose three players to graduation: Eli Lawrence, Wildens Leveque, and Tyrece Radford. With Radford and Leveque being starters, Buzz and the coaching staff will have some big shoes to fill. Important to note as well, these are just graduate students and they could possibly lose some to the transfer portal. Currently, no one has entered just yet. We'll keep an eye out on that front.

Which portal players has Texas A&M basketball shown interest in?

Jordan Ivy-Curry (UTSA)
Davonte Davis (Arkansas)
Mekhi Mason (Rice)
Jordan Sears (UT Martin)
Rowan Brumbaugh (Georgetown)

Ivy-Curry is one of the most sought after guards currently in the transfer portal. The guard just finished up his senior campaign at UTSA averaging 17.1 points a game. He started his career at UTSA in the 20-21 season, as well as playing for the Runners in the 21-22 season as well. He then transferred to Pacific for the 22-23 campaign then back to UTSA. He announced his decision to enter the transfer portal after UTSA announced coach Steve Henson will not have his contract renewed.

Here is how I see him fitting into the Aggies roster. The Ags could desperately use some three point shooting and Curry shot 38.7% from the three. He is a quick guard who can get to the rim. If Taylor were to stay, it could be a dangerous backcourt for the Aggies.

Davis just finished up his senior year at Arkansas and averaged 5.9 points a contest. It was quite a strange year the Razorbacks who finished 16-17 and 6-12 in SEC play. Arkansas currently has no scholarship players on the roster. It was a little bit of an off year for Davis as he stepped away from the team, but the potential is definitely there.

His junior year, he averaged 10.9 points a game and 4.4 rebounds. Davis is a big guard who I could see helping the Ags tremendously. He has the ability to fit right into Buzz's system with his rebounding abilities and athleticism. He is a dynamic player who could add a lot of value to the Maroon offensively and defensively.

Mason is a 6'5 guard out of Rice who also just faced coaching changes as well. Mekhi just finished up his sophomore year averaging 14 points, 4 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game. Mason had Player of The Week honors after dropping thirty in a win against UTSA. He's a guy who can just about jump out of the gym, and is another guard I can see blending well with Taylor.

Jordan Sears, the senior out of UT Martin, just came off of a great season with the Skyhawks, and yet another player that underwent coaching changes after the season. Sears averaged 21.4 points a game, along with 4.6 rebounds and 4.5 assists.

Sears was announced as a finalist for the Lou Henson National Player of the Year Award, along with being named to the OVC All-Tournament Team. Another dynamic guy who can get his arms in the passing lanes and force steals. I would say he is at the top of the list for me.

Brumbaugh, the sophomore out of Georgetown, averaged 8.3 points a game. He redshirted his freshmen year at Texas before transferring to Georgetown. He is a 6'4", 185 LB lengthy guy who could bring some good value to the Aggie squad. It would be an interesting addition for the Aggies. I see him playing the three position. He doesn't take a lot of three point attempts but has the ability to get to the rim.

While Coach Williams and the staff haven't given any offers that I know of, these are some of the guys they are interested in. It will be pretty interesting to see how it all plays out with the current roster, and the guys they get out of the portal. We will have all the updates here.