I agree that Jose is not likely to transfer. That is probably also true for Moses. I looked at a bunch of mock drafts and top 100 lists this morning while drinking coffee and listening to Bob Dylan (he turns 80 on Monday). One thig is clear, Jose and Moses are not as highly regarded outside the ACC as I think they deserve. It looks like Moses might have a chance if he gets invited to the combine, but that is far from certain at this point if all these rankings are even close to accurate. And Jose is down the list from there.Jose isn’t gonna transfer. He will go pro, G League or Europe if it’s an option or return to GT.
Even if he and Mo both decide not to return, we’re set up nicely to have a really good squad and season in 21/22. With all the roster turnover in college basketball, we still have an extremely experienced group at key positions returning. If Rev can get Meka, Saba and Howard to improve slightly and the 3 of them can give quality minutes in the post, we can still be a .500 or better team in the ACC. The usual teams will have their 5 star Fr coming in but we have 5-6 guys that have been playing ACC ball for a few years. We schedule OOC smartly, minus UGA and the B10 game which we should win, we will be a tournament team again.
So, to address your point that both will go pro in Europe or opt for the G League, let's think about why they might do that. Getting paid to play has been the key point made by many, but the G League salary for players not on 2 way contracts is $35K. In Europe, the top league is the EuroLeague and US players without NBA experience are getting paid somewhere between $20K and $100K. It depends on which country your team is in. The team Turkey pays more than Spain or France, but living in Turkey might not be in everyone's life plan. Especially if you have a wife and daughter.
I would not be surprised if both return and work toward a Masters degree while keeping their NBA dreams afloat. The G League and Europe are not going away. But, the thing that may keep them from getting drafted is their age. Jose is 23 and Moses will turn 23 later this year. There are not a ton of development years left for them and the NBA loves 19 year old players with huge upside potential.