As the countdown to the 2021-22 college basketball season continues, ESPN's conference predictions series continues with the Big 12.
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The Zags are still among the nation's elite, but multiple teams have entered ESPN's rankings.
- Nova men, S.C. women among Jimmy V fields
- UTEP forward leaves Miners, chooses Texas Tech
- Transfer forward leaves Arizona for Texas Tech
- Texas Tech adds transfer Calhoun from FSU
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Texas Tech, building back up after coach Chris Beard left for Texas, added another transfer Monday in Bryson Williams, who will join the Red Raiders after playing at UTEP.
Forward Daniel Batcho, who will transfer to Texas Tech from Arizona, will have all four years of eligibility to utilize when he joins first-year coach Mark Adams' Red Raiders.
Texas Tech is adding transfer Sardaar Calhoun from Florida State in yet another change to the roster for first-year coach Mark Adams.
Mac McClung, who was the Big 12's newcomer of the year last season at Texas Tech, has elected to forgo his remaining college eligibility and keep his name in the 2021 NBA draft, he told ESPN on Monday.
Oklahoma State said Tuesday it has signed former Texas Tech forward Tyreek Smith.
Dallas Baptist career scoring leader Chandler Jacobs plans to join Texas Tech as a graduate transfer, giving Mark Adams his second signee since taking over as coach.
TCU added transfer guard Micah Peavy, the 2020 Texas high school Class 6A player of the year who started 25 games for Texas Tech as a freshman this past season.
Chandler Jacobs, a Division II All-American and the most coveted non-D1 prospect currently in the NCAA transfer portal, told ESPN that he has committed to play at Texas Tech next season.
Forward Kaelen "KJ" Allen, a transfer from East Los Angeles College, has committed to play for the Red Raiders.
Texas Tech guard Mac McClung will test all his options, announcing he will enter the transfer portal and go through the NBA draft process.
Texas Tech junior guard Kyler Edwards has decided to transfer, new head coach Mark Adams said Saturday.
Terrence Shannon Jr. declared for the NBA draft without hiring an agent, making him eligible to return to the Red Raiders next season.
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