As the high school season begins practice this week, Prep Hoops Missouri takes a look at some of the transfers from around the state. We will continue to add names to the list as we come across them.
(From Whitfield to Hazelwood Central): The energetic 6’2″ 2024 guard is a big addition to the Hawks’ program after leading Whitfield in scoring at 12 points a game last season.
(From Fulton to Father Tolton): The 6’5″ 2024 forward is an all-purpose player who rebounds and scores around the basekt.
(From Knox Co. to Jefferson City): A 6’8″ 2024 forward who was a two-year standout at Class 2 Knox Co. He makes the jump up to the Class 5 level with the Jays.
(From Jefferson City to Father Tolton): The 6’0″ 2025 point guard is one of the top young floor generals in the state.
(From Ohio to Cape Girardeau Central): The 6’3″ 2024 guard from Ohio will be a big addition to the Tigers’ backcourt with his ability to be a scorer and playmaker. He enhances the Tigers chances to make a big run in Class 5 this season.
(From Whitfield to St. Charles West): The 6’2″ 2023 guard is an excellent addition to a St. Charles West team that won a Class 4 district championship last season.
(From Lincoln Prep to North Kansas City): A 5’10” point guard who comes over to NKC after being a three-year starter at Lincoln Academy.
(From Eldon to Bolivar): A talented 2025 guard who can score and hit the 3-pointer. He will provide an excellent backcourt compliment to 6’7″ standout .
(From DeSmet to Kirkwood): A talented 6’1″ 2025 combo guard who can distribute the ball and create offense off the dribble.
(From McCluer South-Berkeley to Cardinal Ritter): An athletic 6’3″ guard who will add versatility to a Lions’ team that finished third in the Class 5 state tournament.
(From Blue Valley Northwest to Pembroke Hill): A 6’8″ forward who joins a Pembroke Hill team that finished fourth in the Class 4 state tournament.
Devin Harrington (Alton to Thayer): A versatile 6’5 wing player who can score inside and be a playmaker on the perimeter.