AZ Native Brycen Long Transfers to ASU Men’s Hoops

The Arizona State men’s basketball team continue to construct their roster for the 2023-24 season as outside shooter Brycen Long announced he will transfer to the Sun Devils. 

The Gilbert native played at Houston Christian (formerly Houston Baptist) for the past three seasons. Long averaged 14.8 points at a 47.5% rate and hit 41.6% of his shots from beyond the arc. 

Nearly 70% of Long’s shot attempts came from beyond the three-point line. He will have two years of eligibility remaining.

With the additions of Long and big man Bryant Selebangue earlier this week, the roster seems all but set with one more spot remaining to add. 

It’s been an eventful offseason for the Devils with Desmond Cambridge Jr. exhausting his eligibility. DJ Horne transferred to North Carolina State, Devan Cambridge is now at Oregon and Duke Brennan and Malcom Flaggs are heading to GCU. Warren Washington is in the portal but has not made a decision about his future. 

Point guard Frankie Collins declared for the NBA draft but can return to the roster if he withdraws his name by May 31. 

The Sun Devils have been active bringing in players though, too. In addition to prep signees Akil Watson and Braelon Green, ASU has brought in six transfers and a commitment from the JUCO ranks. 

Long joins returner Jamiya Neal and (presumably) Frankie Collins in the back court along with Adam Miller from LSU and junior college transfer Malachi Davis.

Selenbangue, LSU 7-footer Shawn Phillips and USF Zane Meeks and Louisville transfer Kamari Lands will join Alonzo Gaffney in the front court.