Auburn Basketballs 2022-23 List: Track Recruitment, Transfers

AUBURN – With the college basketball season 2021-22 over, Auburn is already recharging. Can the Tigers build on a Southeastern Conference championship in the regular season?

For the recurring, there are unfinished business after Auburn (28-6) participated in the NCAA tournament as a No. 2 seed and then lost in the second round. List places are also open to newcomers. Bruce Pearl spent 12 of his maximum 13 scholarships this season. He loses his two best players.

Follow all movement out of season here.

Legacy departures

Jabari Smith, first-year striker: Auburn’s highest-rated recruit in the program’s history is a contender for the overall No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft after averaging 16.9 points on 42% 3-point shooting in his single college season.

Walker Kessler, sophomore center: With two triple-doubles and an individual blocking rate of 19.1% in Auburn, Kessler skyrocketed in the first round of projections after transfer from North Carolina. He was the defender of the year in Naismith.

Devan Cambridge, junior wing: “Bounceman” started in nonconference games but came off the bench after Allen Flanigan recovered from an Achilles injury. Cambridge moves to Arizona State and joins his brother.

Preston Cook, senior guard: Cook, who is alum from Auburn High School and former walk-on, was celebrated on senior day and entered the portal as a graduate transfer.

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Incoming beginners:

Yohan Traore, striker / center: The overall No. 15 in the 2022 class, Traore can play the four or five. He seems more likely to take Kessler’s place as an open starting center. Traore was released from LSU after Will Wade was fired in March.

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