Rebuilds, high-profile transfers and everything in between
The West Coast Conference isn’t “just” a mid-major. Not when it’s about to top itself in talent in the 2020-21 season, months after a youth-driven Portland squad upset nationally-ranked Gonzaga in the 2020 WCC Tournament semifinal.
This is the place to keep track of all of the player movement in the WCC — the star freshmen coming in (including an ESPN top-100 recruit, a Gatorade state player of the year and a handful of state champions), the mainstays returning to their past glory after injury, the transfers who may or may not get a shot to play in the fall and the transfers who will.
Whether the NCAA will grant one-time transfer waivers to every recent arrival is yet to be decided. Luckily, there’s also plenty of movement here that requires no guesswork.