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### Exploring the College Basketball Transfer Portal: Top 2024 Guard, Clark Slajchert, Discusses Schools in Contention

has become one of the premier options in the transfer market. Slajchert, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound graduate transfer, maintained an average of 18 points, three rebounds, and 2.9 assists while achieving a 48.7% field goal percentage in his final season at Penn.

Reflecting on his time at Penn, Slajchert expressed his satisfaction, stating, “My experience at Penn was extremely positive. My main regret lies in not clinching a championship, which has always been my primary aspiration. We came agonizingly close two seasons ago, and last year presented its challenges. Nonetheless, it was an immensely rewarding experience, and Penn proved to be an excellent fit for me. I thoroughly enjoyed representing the team, had a phenomenal support staff and teammates, and hold the institution in high regard.”

He further added, “The initial draw to Penn for me was the Palestra. Witnessing the profound dedication the university had towards basketball, I now realize the significance of that decision and hope I never underestimated it.”