Chris Beard Transfer History
Tariq Owens 18’
Owens had great versatility on the defensive end for Texas Tech being able to guard multiple positions and being a major factor at the rim. He was a cornerstone for their run to the National Championship game in 2019.
Matt Mooney 18’
Chris Clarke 19’
TJ Holyfield 19’
Joel Ntambwe 19’
Ntwabwe a really athletic, versatile forward who will have a major impact on Texas Tech next season.
Marcus Santos-Silva 20’
Jamarius Burton 20’
1st Round 16th Overall Pick 2018
1st Round 6th Overall Pick 2019
Jahmi’us Ramsey 19’
Nimari Burnett 20’
Burnett will look to have a similar impact that Ramsey had for Texas Tech as a freshman lead guard on the offensive end.
Beard has shown the ability to continue to evolve with the ability to develop lower-rated recruits to NBA prospects in Jarrett Culver and Zhaire Smith. Furthermore, he brings in transfers at a very high clip. They have great success with them including Matt Mooney and Tariq Owens, who helped them in their Final Four run. Additionally, his defensive scheme has been ahead of the curve and allows Texas Tech to have great success consistently on that end. Now, the success will lead to landing higher-level recruits like Jahmi’us Ramsey and Nimari Burnett. This has Texas Tech heavily in the mix for Jonathan Kuminga the top player in the 2021 class reclassifying to the 2020 class. Texas Tech is in great hands with Chris Beard at the helm with the best success yet to come.
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