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TCU Horned Frogs Men’s Basketball 2023-24 Offseason Roster Tracker

TCU head coach Jamie Dixon.

The TCU Horned Frogs are working on assembling their 2023-24 men’s basketball roster and we’ll track every move here throughout the offseason.

Departures

G Mike Miles Jr.: He was the Horned Frogs’ leading scorer, averaging 17.9 points. He was also All-Big 12 Second Team. He declared for the NBA Draft in April and surrendered his eligibility in doing so. He played three seasons for TCU.

 

G PJ Haggerty: The Class of 2022 recruit played little for the Horned Frogs his freshman season and he opted to transfer to Tulsa.

C Eddie Lampkin Jr.: He was a fixture inside (6.3 points, 5.9 rebounds) until he was hurt in February and then left the program controversially in March. He transferred to Colorado.

G Shahada Wells: He averaged 5.9 points and gave the Horned Frogs good minutes when Miles was hurt last season. But, with one season of eligibility remaining, he transferred to McNeese State.

G Michael Niemann: The little-used guard opted to transfer to Division II Rollins.

C Souleymane Doumbia: Ultimately, the Horned Frogs didn’t use the big man as much as was hoped and he opted to transfer to Sam Houston State.

In the Transfer Portal

G Rondel Walker: Walker — who transferred to TCU from Oklahoma State the season before — didn’t play much for the Horned Frogs and put his name into the transfer portal just before the May deadline.

Arrivals Via Transfer

 

G Avery Anderson III: Anderson, a DFW product, transferred in from Oklahoma State. He missed the end of the season with an injury, but remained one of the team’s top scorers, averaging 11.1 points. He could fill the scoring gap left by the departure of Miles.   

F Essam Mostafa: The forward averaged 12.4 points and 10.0 rebounds per game, which was good for 14th in the nation. He played for Coastal Carolina last season.

G Jameer Nelson Jr.: The son of St. Joseph’s star Jameer Nelson, the younger Nelson averaged 20.6 points for Delaware last season and has one year of eligbility to use at TCU.

G Trevian Tennyson: The Texas A&M-Corpus Christi transfer averaged 15.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game. He hit a career-best 43.7 percent of his shots, including 40.2 percent from 3-point range.

Expected to Return

G Micah Peavy: Versatile and reliable, Peavy can be effective as a starter or coming off the bench. Last season he averaged 7.0 points per game.

F Emanuel Miller: He averaged 12.3 points and a team-leading 6.5 rebounds per game and returns as the primary scoring option in the frontcourt.  

 

F Chuck O’Bannon Jr.: He’ll use his final year of eligibility with the Horned Frogs. A solid outside shooter, he averaged 7.7 points last season.

G Damion Baugh: He averaged 12.6 points but he also led the team with 5.8 assists and 1.8 steals. His long arms and quickness were a match-up problem on the defensive end.

F Xavier Cork: He gave the Horned Frogs valuable minutes as a starter when Lampkin was hurt and no longer with the team. He averaged 4.4 points per game.

F JaKobe Coles: Another versatile player who can be used inside or outside, Coles averaged 8.6 points per game.

G Tyler Lundblade: Lundblade is part of a group of players that will vie for more playing time next season.

G Darius Ford: Ford is part of a group of players that will vie for more playing time next season.

G Trey Stuart: Stuart is part of a group of players that will vie for more playing time next season.

G Cole Despie: Despie is part of a group of players that will vie for more playing time next season.

G Zach Gonsoulin: Gounsoulin is part of a group of players that will vie for more playing time next season.

Class of 2023 Signees

F Jace Posey, 6-foot-4, Strake Jesuit Prep (Houston, Texas): Posey is a talented outside shooter will be given time to develop with the experience TCU has on the roster.

F Isaiah Manning, 6-foot-7, Legacy HS (Mansfield, Texas): Keeping the local product home was a priority for TCU coach Jamie Dixon and his staff.

You can find Matthew Postins on Twitter @PostinsPostcard

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