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The status of every player on the Nevada basketball team's roster

Lindsey Drew
Lindsey Drew could graduate this summer and transfer or opt to return for a fifth season with the Wolf Pack. (Nevada athletics)

As Nevada makes the transition from Eric Musselman to Steve Alford, here's a look at where Nevada's 2019-20 roster sits right now. The Wolf Pack has one scholarship remaining.

Confirmed for 2019-20 roster

* PG/SG Jazz Johnson, sr.: The Wolf Pack's top returning scorer said he will return to Nevada after putting his name in the transfer portal following Eric Musselman's departure.

* PG Lindsey Drew, sr.: Drew put his name in the transfer portal but ultimately decided to return to Nevada for his senior season after missing last year rehabbing Achilles and hip surgeries.

* SF Eric Parrish, jr.: One of the nation's top JuCo transfers, Parrish requested a release from his national letter of intent but ultimately opted to join Nevada under Alford.

* SG Jalen Harris, jr.: Harris put his name in the transfer portal during the coaching change but has re-committed to the Wolf Pack, a huge land as he has star potential.

* PF K.J. Hymes, fr.: Hymes redshirted last season as a freshman and put his name in the portal but said he will return for his redshirt freshman season.

* SG Nisré Zouzoua, sr.: Zouzoua, who was sparsely used during his one season of eligibility at Nevada, will return to the Wolf Pack for his senior season after entering the portal.

* PG/SG Kane Milling, fr.: The first commitment of the Alford era, Milling is an 18-year-old combo guard who averaged 14.4 points, 5.8 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.5 steals for Espoirs Limoges last year.

* PF Zane Meeks, fr.: A 6-foot-9 power forward, Meeks is a high school product who is an excellent shooter (80 made threes at a 44.5 percent rate for national power Brewster Academy last season).

* PF Robby Robinson III, so.: A 6-foot-8 junior-college transfer, Robinson is a solid 3-pointer shooter who has been productive in high school and at the JC level.

* C Johncarlos Reyes, sr.: The 6-foot-10, 225-pound big man played four seasons in the ACC for Boston College and will spend his grad transfer should with the Wolf Pack.

Redshirting in 2019-20

* SG Desmond Cambridge: A transfer from Brown, Cambridge isn't eligible to play in 2019-20, but he's a high-scoring guard who should be a key player in his final two years of eligibility.

* PF Warren Washington: A transfer from Oregon State, the 6-11 Washington will have three years of eligibility starting in 2020-21. While not eligible this year, he's a big piece for the Wolf Pack's future.

Officially moving on

* Jordan Brown: The former McDonald's All-American considered staying at Nevada, but in the end opted for a transfer to Arizona.

* Shamiel Stevenson: The Pitt transfer joined Nevada midseason and wouldn't have been eligible until December if he stayed with the Wolf Pack. Instead, he transferred to Nebraska after one semester in Reno.

* Mike Lewis II: Lewis walked on at Nevada for the second semester last year and his plan was to redshirt while on scholarship in 2019-20 and use his final year of eligibility in 2020-21. Instead, he will head to Saint Louis.

* Daryl Edwards: The LSU transfer was released from his letter of intent at Nevada on April 9. He then signed with Fresno State, his hometown team.

* JoJo Anderson: A former scholarship player at Northern Arizona who walked on at Nevada, Anderson found a landing spot (and scholarship) at Albany.

* Jalen Townsell: The local walk-on from Spanish Springs transferred to Arizona Western College where he'll look to have a big season before getting some Division I offers.

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