Here are a few names.......... Miles Reynolds, G, Pacific A 6-foot-2 guard, Reynolds is looking for his third school in five years as he pursues a grad transfer. He spent his first two years at St. Louis before transferring to Pacific following the 2015-16 season. In his only year at Pacific, he averaged 13.3 points per game as the Tigers finished with a 14-18 record. Reynolds shot 37.7 percent from 3-point range in his only year at Pacific and scored a career-high 25 points in a 60-58 win over Portland on Feb. 10. A Chicago native, Reynolds has reportedly been contacted by Nevada and DePaul as well as the Buckeyes, and was scheduled to travel to Oklahoma this weekend. The Sooners are tasked with replacing superstar guard Trae Young, who recently declared for the NBA draft. Cheddi Mosely, G, Boston University Mosely played in just two games as a senior at Boston University before suffering a season-ending knee injury in a loss to Albany. The year before, he played in just 11 games after what was described as an "internal matter" that kept him sidelined for the final two months of the season. His best season came as a sophomore in 2015-16, when he averaged 13.3 points per game and shot 40 percent from the floor for the season. At 6-foot-3 and 195 pounds, Mosely provides good size and length at the point guard position; however, he never averaged more than 1.7 assists per game in a season while at BU. Mosely, a Jersey City, N.J. native, has also reportedly heard from Wake Forest and N.C. State in addition to Ohio State. Marcus Carr, G, Pittsburgh Just a freshman, Carr was granted his release from Pittsburgh following the firing of head coach Kevin Stallings. A report from Adam Zagoria of the New York Times said that Carr was "keeping his options open," however, after Pitt hired Jeff Capel from Duke. Carr averaged 10 points per game as a freshman on a Pitt team that went an abysmal 8-24 in 2017-18 and went winless in ACC play. Before he was a Panther, Carr was a three-star guard in the 2017 recruiting class and the No. 27 point guard, according to 247Sports. According to Zagoria's report, Carr has heard from a number of schools since being granted his release, including fellow Ohio schools Xavier and Cincinnati. Koby McEwen, G, Utah State It was announced Friday evening that Utah State's second leading scorer Koby McEwen would transfer following a coaching change by the Aggies. McEwen, a former three-star recruit, averaged 15.6 points and 5.4 boards per game as a sophomore in 2017-18. McEwen would have to sit out a year due to transfer rules, but has been contacted by a number of teams including the Buckeyes, according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman. A premier scorer, McEwen notched a pair of 30-point games this season as a sophomore while the Aggies limped to a 17-17 finish to their season. McEwen was a 33 percent shooter from behind the three-point arc.