Bryce Aiken is arguably the top player on the college basketball graduate transfer market. The Harvard star is already receiving interest from several high-major programs.
247Sports insider Evan Daniels spoke with Aiken about his transfer recruitment. The standout point guard named a couple of potential destinations.
“So far Maryland, Marquette, Seton Hall a little bit,” Aiken told 247Sports. “I’ve spoken to Juwan Howard over at Michigan, the head coach of Iowa State, Kansas has reached out, but not to me personally yet and Gonzaga.”
Aiken, a 6-foot point guard, played in just seven games this season. He averaged 22.2 points, 2.6 assists and 2.9 rebounds a game as a junior in 2018-19.
Maryland and Seton Hall, who are both coming off impressive 2019-20 seasons, might be the two favorites for Aiken at this point.
Both programs recruited the four-star point guard coming out of high school.
Aiken, though, is likely to receive interest from a number of elite programs. He’ll have his pick of several big-time schools.
The standout graduate transfer is likely to take his time making his decision, though, due to the current climate.