5 early Texas transfer targets entering the 2024 offseason

Texas basketball is facing a big offseason to elevate the roster at key positions of need in the rotation in the transfer portal over the next few months.

Andrej Stojakovic
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Andrej Stojakovic, SG/SF

Among the known potential portal targets for Terry and the Longhorns at a position of need this offseason already available in the spring window is the former Stanford Cardinal freshman wing Andrej Stojakovic. The son of former NBA All-Star Peja Stojakovic, Andrej had Texas among his finalists before he committed to Stanford in the 2023 class a couple of years ago.

Stojakovic picked Stanford over the Oregon Ducks, UCLA Bruins, and Texas.

With Stojakovic now available in the portal, Texas could be one of the more appealing potential landing spots for him this offseason. He's already got relationships with multiple coaches on Texas's staff, namely Terry.

Texas also has the need to add a potent scoring wing with some length and outside shooting ability. The 6-foot-6 Stojakovic could certainly provide a dynamic and lengthy scorer and shooter at the three for the Longhorns next season.

Terry and the Longhorns could also give Stojakovic a better supporting cast than he had at Stanford last season. Stojakovic showed flashes of the five-star talent he possessed as an elite blue-chip recruit coming out of Carmichael Jesuit High School in California in the 2023 class, but the production wasn't consistent from him during his true freshman campaign.

Another year of development at the collegiate level combined with a supporting cast with a few elite scorers, including incoming true freshmen Cam Scott and Tre Johnson, could help Stojakovic get closer to reaching his immense potential during the 2024-25 season hypothetically at Texas.