We're moving into the busiest time of year for roster movement among college baseball teams, as MLB draftees and college graduates vacate roster spots and incoming freshmen report to campus. Players in the NCAA Portal are also firming up plans now that they can project their roles on rosters of interest.
Our local “transfer tracker” includes a player that could be Northeastern's new starting catcher arriving by way of UMass Lowell, Bryant's NEC Player of the Year moving to a Big Ten program, and another Holy Cross starter finding a new program.
Players that remain in the NCAA Transfer Portal are not required to transfer, but it leaves the door open — and allows other schools’ coaches to speak with them. The summer began with more than 3,000 players in the portal.
If you know of a New England transfer — from any level — that we have yet to mention, please email email@example.com.