7 new NCAA transfer portal entries that the Kansas Jayhawks have reached out to

Here is the new batch of transfer portal players that Kansas basketball has been linked to.

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Belmont guard Cade Tyson (10) shoots over Lipscomb guard Derrin Boyd (4) during the second half
Belmont guard Cade Tyson (10) shoots over Lipscomb guard Derrin Boyd (4) during the second half / Andrew Nelles / The Tennessean / USA

F Cade Tyson - Belmont

2023-24 Statistics: 31 G, 16.2 PPG, 5.9 RPG, 1.6 APG, 49.3% FG, 2.6 3PM, 46.5% 3PT

Are you noticing a pattern here? Bill Self is clearly targeting certified snipers from downtown during this transfer cycle. The 6-foot-7 forward took a big step forward after winning MVC Rookie of the Year and is looking to move on from Belmont for a more prestigious school.

An 85.7% shooter from the charity stripe, it is clear that Tyson is one of the best shooters available in the portal right now. He scores as a spot-up shooter for the majority of his points but surprisingly can maneuver his way to the rim by putting the ball on the floor at times.

At first glance, Tyson could be a player Kansas becomes more interested in if Indiana decommit Liam McNeeley decides to go a different direction. The two players have similar skill sets, though Tyson has proved he can do it at the collegiate level.