FAYETTEVILLE — With basketball season at its end, transfer portal season has begun. Arkansas coach Eric Musselman is known for his ability to recruit talented players from the portal, and the Razorbacks will likely land some high-level prospects in the coming months.
Arkansas will lose players, too, as they decide what opportunities suit them best. With a 2022 recruiting class ranked No. 2 in the country coming in, some Razorback players will decide their best chance at playing lies elsewhere.
This list of players coming and going from the program will be updated throughout the offseason.
Players leaving Arkansas
F Chance Moore — Moore announced his decision to enter the transfer portal on Mar. 29. He spent his freshman season with Arkansas as the only high school recruit in Musselman's 2021 class, but he appeared in just five games with eight total minutes on the floor.
The former three-star prospect out of Powder Springs, Georgia, chose the Razorbacks over Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Ole Miss and more.
G Khalen 'KK' Robinson — Robinson entered the portal on Apr. 1 after playing an average of four minutes in 19 games this season. Most of his minutes came in non-conference play.
The Little Rock native was a four-star prospect out of high school in the class of 2020.
F Connor Vanover — Vanover announced his decision to transfer on Apr. 6. He averaged under eight minutes in 15 games this season and did not play after Jan. 18 against South Carolina.
The 7-foot-3 Little Rock native has transferred before, coming to Arkansas after one season at California.
G Jaxson Robinson — Robinson entered the transfer portal on May 12. The Ada, Okla., native had already transferred once, coming to Arkansas from Texas A&M.
A former four-star prospect, Robinson appeared in 16 games as a Razorback, including four starts, but never played more than 16 minutes.
Players transferring to Arkansas
F Trevon Brazile — Former Missouri forward Brazile committed to Arkansas on Mar. 30. The rising sophomore entered the portal after Tigers coach Cuonzo Martin was fired at the end of the season.
The 6-9, 215-pound forward was one of Missouri’s best players this season, shooting more than 53% from the field. Brazile, a native of Springfield, Missouri, chose Arkansas over Oklahoma, Kentucky, Illinois and more.
F Makhi Mitchell — Makhi Mitchell and his twin brother, Makhel, committed to Arkansas on Apr. 6 after a season with Rhode Island. The pair had previously transferred from Maryland mid-season as freshmen.
Makhi, who is 6-foot-9, led the Rams with 7.9 rebounds per game and was No. 2 behind his brother with 9.9 points per game.
F Makhel Mitchell — Makhel Mitchell joins Arkansas along with his brother, Makhi. The 6-10 junior averaged a team-best 10.9 points per game. He also blocked 2.4 shots per game on a Rhode Island squad that ranked fourth in the country in blocks.
F Jalen Graham — Graham committed to the Razorbacks on Apr. 7 after transferring from Arizona State. The 6-9 junior was a second-team All-Pac 12 selection this season. He averaged 9.9 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.7 assists for the Sun Devils while starting in 22 games. His .486 field goal percentage was second-best among players with more than 100 attempts.
G Ricky Council IV — Council will be a sophomore next season and have three years of eligibility remaining. He had two seasons at Wichita State thanks to eligibility changes due to the pandemic. Last season with the Shockers, he averaged 12 points and 5.4 rebounds per game. A native of Durham, N.C., Council was a three-star prospect out of high school in the class of 2019.
This article originally appeared on Fort Smith Times Record: Arkansas basketball 2022 transfer portal tracker: Who left and joined?