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Marcus Tsohonis announced Friday via his personal Twitter feed that he intends to transfer to VCU.

James Akinjo put his name in the transfer portal Friday, VerbalCommits.com reports.

Antonio Gordon announced via his personal Twitter account that he is transferring to Southeastern Louisiana.

Christian Bishop has decided to transfer to Texas, per his personal Twitter account.

Greg Williams announced Friday that he is transferring to Louisiana-Lafayette, Zach Braziller of the New York Post reports.

Isaiah White announced Friday that he will be utilizing his additional year of eligibility and returning to the Trojans for another year.

Brady Manek announced Friday via his personal Twitter account that he is transferring to UNC.

Landers Nolley announced Friday that he will be returning to Memphis for another year, Steven Johnson of the Daily Memphian reports.

Myles Johnson announced Friday via his personal Twitter account that he has committed to UCLA as a graduate transfer.

Trey Wade announced Friday he is transferring to Nevada, Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reports.

Seth Lundy withdrew his name from the NCAA's transfer portal Thursday and appears set to return to Penn State for the 2021-22 season, Mark Brennan of 247Sports.com reports.

John Fulkerson announced Friday morning that he will be using his additional year of eligibility and returning to Tennessee, Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reports.

Kyle Young announced Friday via his personal Twitter account that he is utilizing his additional year of eligibility to stay at Ohio State.

Jahcobi Neath announced Friday morning that he is transferring to play at Wisconsin, Jon McNamara of Badger Blitz reports.

Theo John announced Friday morning via his personal Twitter account that he is heading to Duke as a graduate transfer.

Emanuel Miller entered the transfer portal Friday and is expected to leave Texas A&M, Jeff Borzello of ESPN.com reports.

Jaden Shackelford announced Thursday night via his personal Twitter account that he will be entering the 2021 NBA Draft while still maintaining his college eligibility.

A Michigan spokesman confirmed Thursday that Austin Davis won't return to the Wolverines for a sixth year of eligibility in 2021-22, James Hawkins of The Detroit News reports.

Brandon Johnson announced Thursday that he is declaring for the 2021 NBA Draft while still maintaining his eligibility to return to school, Marcus Fuller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.

Mitch Ballock announced Thursday that he will forego his additional year of eligibility and enter the 2021 NBA Draft, Jon Nyatawa of the Omaha World-Herald reports.