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Wake Forest Basketball Scholarship Chart Updated July 1, 2019

An updated look at the scholarship chart as it stands currently

Syracuse v Wake Forest Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

The NBA Draft is now behind us, with Wake Forest’s Jaylen Hoard having signed with the Portland Trail Blazers as an undrafted free agent.

Since the last update of the scholarship chart, Jaylen Hoard has left for the NBA and Charles Coleman has de-committed from the 2019 recruiting class.

Below is a look at the scholarship chart as it currently stands.

The Deacs have one scholarship left for next season, and at this point it is unlikely that they will sign another player. Perhaps preferred walk-on Sunday Okeke will be given a scholarship for next season since he already sees significant playing time.

Wake Forest also didn't get any players from the transfer portal to commit for next season after several had shown interest.

Wake has one sixth year player in Torry Johnson, a fifth year senior in Andrien White, a true senior in Brandon Childress, two juniors in Chaundee Brown and Olivier Sarr, three sophomores (Isaiah Mucius, Sharone Wright Jr., and Michael Wynn), and four freshmen (Ismael Massoud, Ody Oguama, Jahcobi Neath, and Tariq Ingraham) currently on scholarship for next season.

The roster also includes walk-ons junior Sunday Okeke, redshirt sophomore Miles Lester, sophomore Blake Buchanan, and freshman Grant Van Beveren.

For a breakdown of the specific roles each player might fit into, I highly recommend checking out Conor O’Neill’s article on

Hopefully this list is helpful and can be used as a quick reference when questions about Wake Forest basketball scholarships arise.