De’Vion Harmon will transfer to Texas Tech for the 2022-23 basketball season, giving the Red Raiders a former Big 12 star on their roster.
Harmon played at Oregon last season, but he played at Oklahoma for two seasons before transferring to the Ducks.
Harmon made his announcement on social media.
Last season at Oregon, Harmon averaged 10.8 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game. Perhaps more importantly to the Red Raiders, Harmon brings a solid 3-point shot to Lubbock, something the team lacked overall last season.
Harmon joins another quality 3-point shooter in transfer D’maurian Williams, who just transferred to Texas Tech from Gardner-Webb.
Harmon, a Denton, Texas, native, played his first two seasons of college basketball for Oklahoma under then-head coach Lon Kruger. Harmon declared for the NBA Draft and moved into the transfer portal after Kruger retired last spring.
The Red Raiders are working to replace two big pieces of their team that have declared for the transfer portal in Kevin McCullar and Terrence Shannon Jr.
Big 12 2021-22 Transfer List
(Out: after 2021-22 season; In: for 2022-23 season; new/old school in parenthesis)
Out: F Dain Dainja (Illinois)
In: F Tre King (Georgetown), F Hason Ward (VCU), G Jeremiah Williams (Temple).
Out: C Davion Bradford, G Maximus Edwards, C Kaosi Ezeagu, G Drew Honas, G Luke Kasubke, F Logan Landers, F Seryee Lewis (Rice), F Carlton Linguard (UTSA), G Selton Miguel (USF), F Montavious Murphy (Stephen F. Austin), G Nijel Pack (Miami (FL).
In: G Camryn Carter (Mississippi State), G Jerrell Colbert (LSU).
Out: G Elijah Harkless (UNLV), G Umoja Gibson, C Rick Issanza, G Alston Mason (Missouri State), F Akol Mawein (Sacramento State)
In: G Joe Bamisile (George Washington), F Sam Godwin (Wofford).
Out: G Francisco Farabello (Creighton), G Cashius McNeilly (Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa)
In: G Sir’Jabari Rice (New Mexico State).
Transfers verified at links, players’ social media, verbalcommits.com