Michigan transfer Tarris Reed visiting Kansas State

On3 imageby:Sam Gillenwater03/29/24


Tarris Reed Jr. has heard from some teams since entering the transfer portal around the opening of the cycle. Now, per reports out of Manhattan, he is currently taking his first visit in search of his next program.

Per Derek Young of K-State Online, Reed is visiting Kansas State today. This news comes 10 days after his official exit from Michigan after entering the portal on March 19th.

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Reed just completed his sophomore season in Ann Arbor having spent two years and 66 games, including 31 starts this past season, with the Wolverines. In those appearances, he averaged 6.1 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 1.2 blocks while shooting 51.8% from the field.

In a starting role this year at over 26 minutes a game., Reed improved this season with statistics of nine points, 7.2 rebounds, and 1.4 blocks on 51.9% shooting.

Reed played high school basketball at Link Year Prep in Missouri. He was a four-star prospect there as the No. 35 overall recruit in the 2022 cycle. That’s according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He finished as the No. 7 center in the class. He was also the No. 3 player from his state after Julian Phillips (Tennessee, Chicago Bulls) and Jordan Walsh (Arkansas, Boston Celtics).

Reed is the No. 18 overall transfer according to On3’s 2024 Transfer Portal Top Players. He is also the No. 4 center in those same rankings. He is behind only Maxime Raynaud (Stanford), Clifford Omoruyi (Rutgers), and Brandon Garrison (Oklahoma State).

Reed would be the first addition for Jerome Tang out the portal during this cycle. This comes after the Wildcats have lost three transfers over the past season with the most recent being Cam Carter committing to LSU on Friday as well.

To keep up with the latest players on the move, check out On3’s Transfer Portal wire.