Baylor basketball likely won't add any more players to the roster despite names re-entering the portal, according to new assistant coach Bill Armstrong. The program's summer itinerary suggests a halt in player acquisitions, even as prospects like Pony players become available.

By the Numbers
  • - Bill Armstrong joins Baylor as a new assistant coach
  • - Program indicates no plans to add more players to the roster
State of Play
  • - Baylor basketball focusing on existing roster without plans for additional acquisitions
  • - Potential opportunities arising from flipped commitments, like SMU prospects, being considered
What's Next

Watch for any developments in Baylor basketball's recruiting strategy and potential player acquisitions as the off-season progresses.

Bottom Line

Baylor basketball looks to maintain its current roster without additional recruits, keeping an eye on opportunities like flipped commitments for potential prospects.