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6 Top Transfers for Women’s College Basketball this 2020-21 Season

In women’s college basketball, transfers commonly take place. More often than not, it provides the best results for the players and the programs, especially this 2020-21 season. The transfers in their first seasons have made an impact, from graduate students who bring experience to sophomores that have found the team and position that’s suitable for them. Because of these impressive transfers, many basketball bettors have been looking for some of the best betting rewards for their wagers. 

To know more about these transfers, here are some of the best transfer newcomers in women’s college basketball.

2020-21’s Transfers for Women’s College Basketball

1.) Destiny Slocum

Slocum is with Arkansas. She previously played one season at Maryland and two seasons at Oregon State. Now in her senior year, she is part of the Razorbacks. The basketball player had one of her best games of the season in Arkansas’ with a 74-64 victory at LSU. She scored 29 points on 11 of 15 shooting from the field. Moreover, she averages 15.6 points and 3.9 assists this season.

2.) Kierstan Bell

The guard college basketball player was part of the all-Big Ten freshman team with Ohio last year. ESPN HoopGurlz ranks her No. 8 in the class of 2019. Now she is the highest-rated recruit to play for the Eagles. She averages 25.2 points and 11.2 rebounds. Moreover, the Florida Gulf Coast is riding an 18-game winning streak with the 6-1 Bell on their team.

3.) Katie Benzan

Benzan is known to have been an all-Ivy league player for Harvard for three years. Now, she is bringing instant offence to the Terrapins. She averages 15.2 PPG and shoots 51.1% from the long range. Because of this, Maryland leads with 68 3-pointers. She also has 56 assists and 26 steals, making her second on the team in both categories. 

4.) Evina Westbrook

With such a young college basketball team that consists of seven freshmen, the No. 1 ranked Huskies welcomes the redshirt junior, Westbrook. She played for two years at Tennessee and sat out last season. Furthermore, Westbrook has started all 19 games and averaged 9.5 points, 4.7 assist and 5.4 rebounds.

5.) DiJonai Carrington

Carrington is the third graduate transfer guard to perform well for Baylor. She is known to be one of the most outstanding players for the 2019 Women’s Final Four. Aside from that, in Lady Bears, she ranks second in scoring 13.0 points even though she came off the bench. She is also known to be the best 3-point shooter, scoring 25 of 77 on the said college basketball team. She averages 4.5 rebounds and ranks number one on her team for 34 steals. That’s why Carrington has also become one of the BIg 12’s top defenders.

 6.) Raina Perez

The NC State is the reigning ACC tournament champions, and with one of their top players, Aislinn Konig, graduating, they needed someone to step right in to help direct the team. They rightfully chose Perez for this. She was known as the Big West player of the year at Cal State Fullerton. Now, she’s a senior with Wolfpack, where she averages 9.2 points, 5.1 assists and 3.9 rebounds.

The 2020-2021 season seems off to be a great start for women’s college basketball. A lot is in store for these transfers, and bettors and fans alike can’t help but be excited.

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