Purdue center Matt Haarms (32) celebrates with fans following the team’s NCAA college basketball game against Virginia in West Lafayette, Ind., Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019. Haarms is joining the BYU program as a grad transfer this season. | Michael Conroy, AP

With two more additions over the weekend, it appears that the BYU roster is complete going into the 2020-21 season.

PROVO — Led by seven seniors, including a few of the top players in school history, BYU posted a 24-8 record and earned a No. 18 final national ranking in coach Mark Pope’s debut season at the helm.

Entering his second campaign, Pope and his staff have reloaded.

With two more additions over the weekend, it appears that the BYU roster is complete going into the 2020-21 season.

Pope announced last Friday the signing of 6-foot-8 forward Caleb Lohner, who originally signed with Utah in November. On Saturday, Westminster guard Brandon Warr announced that he’ll also join the Cougars next season.

One aspect about this roster that stands out is the bevy of transfers that have landed at BYU.

Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Brigham Young Cougars guard Alex Barcello (4) puts up a shot with Southern Utah Thunderbirds forward Dwayne Morgan (25) defending on the play as BYU and Southern Utah University play in a NCAA basketball game in Provo at the Marriott Center on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019.

The 2020-21 roster features the following players who have transferred from other schools: Alex Barcello (Arizona); Brandon Averette (Utah Valley University); Matt Haarms (Purdue); Gideon George (New Mexico Junior College); Spencer Johnson (Salt Lake Community College); Richard Harward (UVU); Wyatt Lowell (UVU); and Jesse Wade (Gonzaga). Averette and Haarms are both grad transfers.

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