Found November 06, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
PLAYERS: Doug McDermottGregory EcheniqueWill ArtinoEthan WraggeGrant GibbsJosh JonesNevin JohnsonJahenns ManigatAvery DingmanIsaiah ZierdenAndre YatesAntoine YoungRoss Ferrarini
TEAMS: Creighton BluejaysArizona State Sun DevilsMinnesota Golden GophersMemphis TigersBaylor BearsWisconsin BadgersTennessee VolunteersGeorgetown HoyasOhio BobcatsTexas LonghornsMiami HurricanesPurdue BoilermakersAlabama Crimson TideMurray State RacersDavidson WildcatsStanford CardinalMassachusetts MinutemenSt. John's Red StormButler BulldogsFlorida State SeminolesDrexel DragonsBrigham Young CougarsTemple OwlsWashington HuskiesKansas State WildcatsNevada WolfpackColorado BuffaloesIowa State CyclonesColorado State RamsIowa HawkeyesValparaiso CrusadersIllinois Fighting IlliniArkansas RazorbacksWichita State ShockersVirginia CavaliersVillanova WildcatsMaryland TerrapinsMarshall Thundering HerdIona GaelsNorthwestern WildcatsRutgers Scarlet KnightsUSC TrojansHarvard CrimsonXavier MusketeersMississippi RebelsClemson TigersOregon State BeaversProvidence FriarsGeorgia Tech Yellow JacketsOklahoma SoonersLehigh Mountain HawksWashington State CougarsBelmont BruinsVanderbilt CommodoresDayton FlyersHouston CougarsOregon DucksLSU TigersSeton Hall PiratesGeorgia BulldogsDePaul Blue DemonsBoston College EaglesPenn State Nittany LionsVirginia Tech HokiesTexas Tech Red RaidersAuburn TigersWake Forest Demon DeaconsTCU Horned FrogsMississippi State BulldogsUtah Running UtesNebraska CornhuskersNew Mexico LobosWest Virginia MountaineersCalifornia Golden BearsNorthern Iowa PanthersSouth Florida BullsGeorge Mason PatriotsLong Beach State 49ersOld Dominion MonarchsSouth Carolina Gamecocks
Welcome to The Sports Bank’s third annual college basketball season preview series.  Two years we looked at 99 teams in 99 days.  Last year, we were slightly more aggressive and expanded to 111 teams in 111 days and will do so again as we look ahead to the 2012-2013 season. We will rank the 75 power conference teams and top 36 mid-majors in reverse power ranking order.  We’ll break down rosters, transfers, incoming freshmen, non-conference schedules, and pick a player to watch for each team. Behind a breakout sophomore campaign from All-American Doug McDermott, the Creighton Bluejays burst back onto the national scene behind one of the most potent offenses in college basketball.  With most of their roster intact from a year ago, more of the same is expected this season. CREIGHTON BLUEJAYS Last Season: 2nd, 14-4 in MVC, 29-6 overall Predicted MVC Finish: 1st Projected Depth Chart C: Gregory Echenique (Sr)/Will Artino (So)/Geoffery Goeselle (Fr) F: Doug McDermott (Jr)/Ethan Wragge (Jr...

Top 10 players: Mid-Majors

Doug McDermott  PF  Creighton- 22.9pts. 8.2reb. McDermott dominated the Missouri Valley Conference last year, but will need to add some quickness if he’s going to be successful at the next level. His tremendous feel for the game is his best attribute, and he’s just starting to realize his potential. Mike Moser  PF  UNLV- 14.0pts. 10.5reb. Moser is a big, physical presence...

College Basketball: All American Teams

First Team All-American Doug McDermott  6-9  Jr.  Creighton- Harrison Barnes, his former high school teammate, got all the attention, but McDermott is a coach’s son and gives his all night in and night out Cody Zeller  6-10  So.  Indiana- Zeller is expected to take off this year, and I haven’t seen anything from him to dispute that. Shabazz Muhammad  6-4  Fr.  UCLA...
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