Tracking every player coming in and out of Virginia Tech during the basketball transfer portal

It's been busy with the transfer portal for Virginia Tech coach Mike Young.
Jan 27, 2024; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies forward Mylyjael Poteat (34) shoots a
Jan 27, 2024; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies forward Mylyjael Poteat (34) shoots a / Brian Bishop-USA TODAY Sports

Since the men’s basketball season ended for Virginia Tech, there has been a large amount of movement with the transfer portal. The Hokies saw a large amount of their roster enter the portal and one has returned while two others have committed to other programs so far. Expect more commitments over the coming days and weeks.

Here is an updated Virginia Tech men’s basketball transfer portal tracker for both players leaving Blacksburg and players who have committed to Mike Young.

Entering the transfer portal

Sean Pedulla

MJ Collins

John Camden

Mylyjael Poteat

Tyler Nickel

After spending just one season at Virginia Tech after transferring in from North Carolina, the Virginia native will play for his third school in three years next season at Vanderbilt after committing on April 10.

Lynn Kidd

If there was one player who improved the most from 2022-23 to 2023-24, it was Kidd. He became a big presence at both ends of the floor for the Hokies and recorded several double-doubles. Shortly after entering the portal, he committed to Miami to remain in the ACC.

Jordan Ivy-Curry

Twelve days after committing to Virginia Tech, Ivy-Curry told CBS Sports Jon Rothstein on April 14 that he was declaring for the NBA Draft while maintaining he college eligibility.

Committed to Virginia Tech

Mylyjael Poteat

Yes, you’re reading this right, three days after entering the portal, Poteat withdrew and is coming back to Virginia Tech. It’s a rather big retainment for Young and his staff.

Ben Burnham

One player who could make a smooth transition into the program and has the potential to be a good fit is Burnham, who comes in from the College of Charleston and is a forward who can stretch the floor and shoot the 3-ball effectively.

Rodney Brown

A guard from California, Brown comes to Blacksburg as a 6-foot-6 wing who can shoot the ball from behind the arc, something that could a replacment next season for Nickel.