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Wake Forest Basketball Scholarship Chart Updated April 2019

A look at the scholarship situation as it currently stands

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The 2018-19 college basketball season officially ended Monday night with the Virginia Cavaliers and head coach Tony Bennett taking home the title.

And with the season officially ending, I thought it would be a good time to look at Wake Forest basketball’s scholarship chart.

With the announcement that Danny Manning is returning as coach for next season, no Wake Forest players have currently entered their name into the transfer portal.

Jaylen Hoard has entered his name into the NBA Draft pool, but has not hired an agent, and even if he does hire an agent he would still be eligible to return to Wake Forest under the new rules.

Currently all 13 scholarships are filled for next season, however Wake Forest is on the list of several grad transfers in case Hoard decides to remain in the draft.

Pat Andree, a 6-8 forward from Lehigh, Matt Milon, a 6-5 shooting guard from William & Mary, and Jahaad Proctor, a 6-3 guard from High Point, all have the Deacs on their lists. All of these have several other ACC schools reaching out to them though, and the other schools have open roster spots.

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, four sophomores (Hoard, Isaiah Mucius, Sharone Wright Jr., and Michael Wynn), and four freshmen (Ismael Massoud, Ody Oguama, Jahcobi Neath, and Charles Coleman) currently on scholarship for next season.

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

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