Apr 18, 2024, 10:30 AM IST

Arkansas Basketball Loses Top Transfer

Emily Horn

Tramon Mark, the top scoring player in the Arkansas Razorbacks this past basketball season announced his decision to join an transfer process. 

Mark was averaging the team with 16 points has decided to leave after the announcement of head coach Eric Musselman is leaving for the position at USC. 

Originating from Dickinson, Texas, Mark started his playing career with Houston and was a pivotal player in the Cougars' Sweet Sixteen appearance in the 2023 NCAA Tournament. 

After making the move to Arkansas to improve his offensive abilities, Mark demonstrated his scoring skill with two games that scored 30 points with North Carolina and Texas A&M in the last season.  

Through the entire season Mark scored at least 20 scores in 10 of his games. He set career-highs with a 48% field-goal percentage and 36% of his shots beyond the arc along with 24 blocks. 

As a senior, Mark still has two seasons of eligibility remaining however, he could also be considering becoming a professional. Mark's departure follows the departure of Khalif Battle, a important athlete who plays for the Razorbacks.

In addition the freshman Baye Autumn and freshman Denijay Harris, both large males, have chosen to move and leaves senior forward Trevon Brazile to be the last left player. 

Although Arkansas is yet to name an interim head coach and the remaining assistant coaches from Fayetteville are in constant contact with players who are who are considering transferring, and trying to maintain the roster in these shifts. 

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