Well, at least one Cal player who considered transferring apparently won't be going anywhere.
Ben Parker of Cal Rivals reported Tuesday via Twitter that Juhwan Harris-Dyson has removed his name from the transfer portal and will remain at Cal.
Harris-Dyson played in 30 games last season, including nine starts, but he was not a starter at the end of the season. He played 16 minutes per game and averaged 3.5 points on 40.8 percent shooting from the field. He was 0-for-8 from three-point range and also averaged 2.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists. He did not score in either of the Bears' final two games of the 2018-19 season. He will be a junior next season under new head coach Mark Fox.
Harris-Dyson had better numbers as a freshman, when he started 19 games and averaged 6.2 points and 3.4 rebounds.
Cal has already lost Darius McNeill, who has transferred to SMU. And Justice Sueing, Cal's top scorer last season, is still in the transfer portal and looks like he might be on his way out after he visited San Diego State.
Freshman center Connor Vanover remains in the transfer portal as well, although there has been no news on his plans.
Max Hazzard, a graduate transfer from UC Irvine who reportedly had drawn interest from Cal, has decided to trasfer to Arizona.
Two of the three incoming freshman have reconfirmed their commitment to Cal, but a third asked for his release.