Six players Indiana Men's Basketball should target in the Transfer Portal

Indiana Men's Basketball needs shooters and they are going to need a point guard next season.

Mar 14, 2024; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Indiana Hoosiers head coach Mike Woodson reacts during the first
Mar 14, 2024; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Indiana Hoosiers head coach Mike Woodson reacts during the first / Matt Krohn-USA TODAY Sports
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Amari Williams
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Amari Williams, Forward/Center: Drexel

At 6-foot-10 and 227 pounds, Williams could slide in if Kel'el Ware departs for the Association. Even if Ware returns, Anthony Walker is gone and Williams could provide a true center to relieve Ware or play next to him when you want to give Malik Reneau a rest. Williams is a rim protector and rebounder, and his ability to give both either in relief, next to, or replacing Ware is a positive.

Frankie Fidler, Guard/Forward: Omaha

If you haven't heard the name, go to YouTube now. Fidler is a playmaking wing who can score at all three levels, get his own shot, and shoot it from deep. What makes the Nebraska-Omaha swing player so interesting is his versatility. He could easily start at the two and play the three when Woodson plays a smaller lineup with Reneau at the five and Mgbako (if he returns) at the four.

Woodson and his staff have to love how efficient he plays as well. Fidler doesn't take bad shots and doesn't need volume to score, two things that Indiana could use in their starting five.

Otega Oweh, Shooting Guard Oklahoma:

There is one catch with Oweh; he could decide to skip his last two years of school and go to the NBA. He is what you would call an "off the bus guy." Oweh has an NBA ready body, and took a tremendous leap from his freshman to his sophomore year.

If he does decide to stay in school another year. Oweh would give Woodson and his staff an elite athlete at the shooting guard who would likely start over Trey Galloway.