Tylor Perry releases top four schools, includes Florida

On3 imageby:Pat O'Donnell04/18/23


Tylor Perry released his top four list of schools on Tuesday night and included the Florida Gators in his list.

Kansas State, Texas Tech and Ole Miss round out Perry’s list of schools.

The North Texas transfer guard officially visited with Todd Golden and his staff in Gainesville over Easter weekend. He recently visited Arkansas and was set to visit Alabama, but now both schools are out of the running.

Chris Beard and the Ole Miss staff are set to receive a visit from the highly touted transfer guard from Thursday to Saturday.

Texas Tech was originally considered one of the teams to beat in Perry’s recruitment when he entered the transfer portal on April 3. With a new staff, the Red Raiders are still in this recruitment.

With Kansas State losing Markquis Nowell to the NBA Draft, Jerome Tang the Wildcats are fully in the market for a ball handler.

The 2023 NIT most valuable player is in the transfer portal after he also entered his name in this year’s NBA Draft while keeping his college eligibility. He is eligible to play one more season of college basketball.

A season ago, Perry averaged 17.3 points on 43.7% from the floor and 41.3% from 3-point land, 3.4 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.3 steals. He was also named the 2023 Conference USA Player of the Year.

Another addition to Florida’s transfer portal class?

The Gators have seen nine players depart following the 2022-23 season. Colin Castleton, Myreon Jones, Kyle Lofton and Alex Fudge are each looking to take their talents to the next level.

Meanwhile, Kowacie Reeves, Trey Bonham, Jason Jitoboh, Niels Lane and CJ Felder all entered the transfer portal following the season’s end.

Since, Golden and his staff have added Micah Handlogten, Walter Clayton Jr., EJ Jarvis and Tyrese Samuel via the transfer portal.

On3 ranks Florida’s 2023 transfer portal class as No. 6 in the country even with five players exiting the program via the portal.

Out of the 2023 recruiting class, the Gators bring in Thomas Haugh and Alex Condon.

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