Razorback Roulette: Moore and Robinson out, Trevon Brazile in for Hoop Hogs

Missouri’s Trevon Brazile, right, during a game against Arkansas Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022, in Columbia, Mo. Arkansas won 76-57.

Photo: Hunter Dyke / Mizzou Athletics

Less than a week after the end of the season, Eric Musselman’s Arkansas basketball roster has experienced two debits and a credit with the entrance of sophomore Khalen “KK” Robinson and freshman Chance Moore into the transfer portal and the news that 6-9, 215-pound forward Trevon Brazile will transfer to Arkansas from Missouri.

Brazile, who started 23 of 25 games for the Tigers, adds length and height to the Razorback roster as a solid shot blocker. He average 6.6 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game. Brazile made the move after Missouri fired head coach Cuonzo Martin.

Brazile’s length — he has a 7-1 wingspan — and athleticism should fit in well with the Razorback roster how ever it ends up shaking out.

Musselman likes players who can guard more than one position. Brazile’s length and quickness makes him an excellent candidate to do that.