Virginia men's basketball program is hosting Harvard transfer point guard Malik Mack for an official visit, alongside another transfer target, Joshua Jefferson, from Saint Mary's.

By the Numbers
  • Mack is ranked as the No. 1 available point guard in the transfer portal by On3.
  • In his freshman season, Mack started 24 games, averaged 17.2 points, 4.8 assists, 4.0 rebounds, and 1.3 steals per game.
  • He shot 34.1% from three-point range on 5.5 three-point attempts per contest.
Yes, But

There could be uncertainty around Mack's role at Virginia given the competition and the team's current scholarship situation.

State of Play
  • Virginia and Georgetown are among the first programs to host Mack for an official visit.
  • Virginia has two open scholarship spots, potentially for transfers visiting this weekend.
What's Next

The recruiting process will likely intensify as Mack and other transfers consider their options, with potential commitments and roster updates for Virginia men's basketball.

Bottom Line

Virginia's pursuit of Harvard transfer point guard Malik Mack highlights the program's efforts to bolster its roster through the transfer portal, potentially addressing key position needs.