DePaul guard Elijah Fisher enters the NCAA transfer portal

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DePaul guard Elijah Fisher has entered the NCAA transfer portal after spending one season with the Blue Demons, On3 has learned.

Fisher averaged 10.2 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game during his sophomore season, with the 6-foot-6 guard also contributing the occasional steal or block. He’ll now seek greener pastures via transfer. It will be his second transfer.

Prior to enrolling at DePaul, Fisher spent the 2022-23 season at Texas Tech, where he averaged 3.3 points and 2.0 rebounds per game. However, he saw only 12.2 minutes per contest and opted to transfer.

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His lone season at DePaul was considerably more successful and should put him back on the radar for a handful of high-major programs.

With good size and length, Elijah Fisher can be a real presence on the boards when he wants to be. He collected five or more rebounds in 11 games during the 2023-24 season.

However, he isn’t the best perimeter shooter, averaging 25.9% from beyond the 3-point line. So he’ll need to find the right fit in the NCAA transfer portal.

UCLA forward Ilane Fibleuil enters transfer portal

UCLA forward Ilane Fibleuil has entered the NCAA transfer portal, On3 has learned. Fibleuil spent just one season with the program but will now be looking to continue his college career elsewhere.

Despite play in 23 games as a true freshman, Fibleuil did not make too big of an impact. He averaged 1.0 point and 1.5 rebounds. Fibleuil played 10 minutes or more in just seven of those appearances, with his season high being 25 minutes against Lafayette.

The top scoring performance from Fibleuil came during the regular season loss to Gonzaga, knocking down two shots from the field and two free throws to finish with six points. Ironically, the Bulldogs were the only other reported offer Fibleuil got from the college basketball world.

Fibleuil played high school basketball at INSEP Paris in France, where he was a four-star prospect. He was the No. 85 overall recruit in the 2023 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Rankings, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.

Head coach Mick Cronin brought Fibleuil into the program, thinking there was a ton of potential. While the forward still has the ability to grow as a player, it likely will not be with UCLA.