Chris Ledlum is a name to learn ahead of the 2023-24 men’s college basketball season.

We’ve seen transfers have major impacts across the SEC in recent years. Just this year alone, Kentucky’s Oscar Tshiebwe, Arkansas’s Ricky Council IV, Mizzou’s D’Moi Hodge, Alabama’s Mark Sears, Florida’s Colin Castleton, LSU’s KJ Williams and many others are guys who have become stars at schools they didn’t originally play for coming out of high school.

Ledlum could be the next star player to make a name for himself in the SEC. Per Andrew Slater, since entering the portal this week, the former Harvard forward has already heard from 6 SEC schools — Kentucky, Florida, LSU, Arkansas, Georgia and Vanderbilt:

Per Slater, Ledlum has also heard from UCLA, Ohio State, Nebraska, Indiana, Maryland, Oklahoma, Xavier, SMU, Marist and Butler during his short time in the portal thus far.

Ledlum averaged 18.8 points, 8.5 rebounds, 1.8 steals, 1.5 assists and 1.1 blocks per game for Harvard this past season. He played in 28 games, starting 27 of them.