Welcome to the final installment in our series on college basketball’s new era of frequent transfers.
Then we quantified the impacts of granting an additional year of eligibility and of the NCAA’s adoption of a one-time transfer rule for revenue sports. We found that last season transfers accounted for 40% of the minutes played at major-conference programs.
Today, we bring this discussion to a close with a look at out-transfers — or players who transfer out. Is the trend toward more major-conference minutes for incoming transfers matched by a correspondingly high rate of departures? Which programs are losing and/or burning through the most talent?