TRANSFER TRACKER: Monitoring Arkansas men's basketball's transfer portal activity

FAYETTEVILLE — The Arkansas men's basketball team is in the full swing of transfer season.

The transfer portal for men's and women's basketball opened March 18, and since then the Razorbacks have been busy. As of April 4, Arkansas has seven open scholarship spots.

We'll update this page as more news comes.

INCOMING TRANSFERS

No incoming transfers as of April 4 due to Josh Cohen reopening his recruitment and following Eric Musselman to Southern California.

OUTGOING TRANSFERS

Guard Joseph Pinion

Joseph Pinion announced his intention to enter the portal March 15. The sophomore guard averaged 2.4 points while shooting 40% from the field and 0.6 rebounds per game. The Morrilton native was a 4-star prospect who committed to the Razorbacks over Baylor, Creighton, DePaul and Kansas.

He has two years of eligibility remaining.

New school: Committed to Arkansas State on March 30

Forward Denijay Harris

Denijay Harris enters the portal likely needing a waiver to be eligible for a final season. He appeared in 11 games for the Razorbacks and started one. He averaged 0.6 points and 0.8 rebounds. He transferred to Arkansas from Southern Miss.

Should he be granted eligibility, he would have one year remaining.

New school: Uncommitted as of April 4

Guard Keyon Menifield

Keyon Menifield enters the portal after seeing his role fluctuate throughout the season. He averaged 7.9 points and 2.1 rebounds for the Razorbacks this season. The transferred to Arkansas after averaging 10 points per game in his freshman season at Washington.

He has two years of eligibility remaining.

New school: Uncommitted as of April 4

Guard Davonte 'Devo' Davis

Devo Davis enters the portal after a four-year stint as a Razorback. Davis had several standout moments in an Arkansas jersey, perhaps the most notable being a 25-point performance against top-seeded Kansas in the 2023 NCAA Tournament. He also spent time away from the program in each of the past two seasons for undisclosed reasons. Davis averaged 5.8 points and 3 rebounds this season.

He has one year of eligibility remaining.

New school: Uncommitted as of April 4

Guard Layden Blocker

Layden Blocker was a 4-star recruit before committing to the Razorbacks and leaves after his freshman season. He played in 27 games and saw his role fluctuate throughout the season, going from a role player to a starter to not playing in the final five games. He averaged 3.7 points and 1.6 rebounds.

He has three years of eligibility remaining.

New school: Uncommitted as of April 4

Forward Baye Fall

Baye Fall was a 4-star recruit before committing to the Razorbacks and leaves after his freshman season. He appeared in 9 games and never established a true role in the rotation. He averaged 0.8 points and 1.3 rebounds this season. He last played in the loss to Mississippi State on Feb. 17.

He has three years of eligibility remaining.

Guard Khalif Battle

Battle had an up-and-down season with Arkansas before becoming the primary scoring option late in the season. He scored 141 points in a four-game stretch during February, the most of any SEC player in the past 20 years. Battle entered the portal shortly after coach Eric Musselman was announced as the new head man at USC.

He has one year of eligibility remaining.

PLAYERS VISITING ARKANSAS

Forward Josh Cohen, UMass

Cohen is a do-it-all forward who had a late growth spurt, which meant he was more of a wing coming out of high school. He's not the most athletic player in the portal but his offensive work rate makes up for some of that while also being a capable defender. He started his career at St. Francis, where he was NEC Player of the Year, before becoming an All-A10 performer at UMass.

He's visiting Arkansas the week of March 25, as well as Notre Dame, Xavier and Penn State, in that order.

Commitment status: Committed to Arkansas on March 29, reopened his recruitment and committed to USC on April 4