Tracking every Kansas Jayhawks player in and out of the basketball transfer portal

Here is who has come in and out of Lawrence this offseason
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Bill Self has made a living in the transfer portal for the Kansas basketball program this offseason. He has reeled in a number of exceptional players since the Jayhawks' season ended in the Round of 32 with a loss to Gonzaga. KU will enter the following campaign among the favorites to win it all.

Keeping up with the transfer portal can be hectic, but we've got you covered. This is a tracker we will update whenever a Jayhawk enters the transfer portal or whenever a player commits to KU.

Last updated 4/28/24

Incoming transfers

Riley Kugel (Mar. 31)

Kugel committed to the Jayhawks last month after spending two years at Florida. However, he is the only recruit who has not signed his letter of intent to play at Kansas. This has raised some eyebrows amongst the KU fanbase, but he is still expected to be in Lawrence this year until further notice.

Zeke Mayo (Apr. 2)

A native of Lawrence who considered KU his dream school, Mayo committed to Kansas shortly after Kugel. He should see an extensive role in the starting lineup or as the first player off the bench after winning Summit Player of the Year as a junior.

AJ Storr (Apr. 18)

Storr bounced around high school and college teams before landing at one of the best basketball programs in the country. He led Wisconsin in scoring last year en route to a No. 5 seed in the NCAA Tournament and should enjoy similar production alongside Wooden Award hopeful Hunter Dickinson.

Rylan Griffen (Apr. 26)

Griffen was likely the final addition of the offseason for Coach Self. He was a key piece to Alabama's Final Four run this season and shoots the ball extremely well from beyond the arc. His two-way production should earn him a spot in the starting lineup.

Outgoing transfers


No players have transferred out from the program yet, making Kansas one of seven schools in the country to not lose a player to the portal. The coaching staff will likely keep the roster as it is unless a player does decide to leave.