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Towson visits College of Charleston Sunday for nationally televised contest

Posted on 18 January 2014 by WNST Staff

CHARLESTON, S.C. – The Towson men’s basketball team will be seeking its fifth straight win overall and third straight victory away from home as the Tigers travel to College of Charleston on Sunday for a nationally televised game on the NBC Sports Network.

Mike Corey and Ron Thompson will be on the television call, with the game scheduled to tip at 3:30 p.m. inside TD Arena.

Fans can also listen to the game on the Towson Sports Network (TSN) with Spiro Morekas and Vince Angotti calling the action.

Towson (11-6, 2-0 CAA) will be looking to start 3-0 in league play for the second straight year. The Tigers, which have won 10 of their last 11 CAA games dating back to last year, are coming off an 80-68 win at Drexel on Tuesday.

Senior forward Marcus Damas netted a career-high tying 26 points against the Dragons while classmate Jerrelle Benimon posted his eighth straight double-double with 27 points and 13 rebounds. The duo combined to shoot 18-for-24 (75%) from the floor in the win.

College of Charleston (10-8, 2-1), in its first year in the CAA, has won five of its last six games. The Cougars are coming off a 58-49 win at Northeastern on Monday.Willis Hall leads Charleston in both scoring (11.2 ppg) and rebounding (9.5 rpg). The Cougars lead the CAA in scoring defense, allowing opponents to score just 62.0 points per game.

Charleston leads the all-time series, 2-1, including a 75-58 win on its home floor in Towson’s season opener last year.

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Towson looks for fourth straight win Tuesday at Drexel

Posted on 13 January 2014 by WNST Staff

TIGERS SEEK FOURTH STRAIGHT WIN TUESDAY AT DREXEL
Game televised on Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic 

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – The Towson men’s basketball team will be seeking its fourth straight win on Tuesday as the Tigers travel to Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) rival Drexel.

The game, set to tip at 7 p.m., can be seen live on Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic with Al Koken and Glenn Consor on the call.

Fans can also listen to the game on the Towson Sports Network (TSN) with Spiro Morekas and Vince Angotti calling the action.

Towson (10-6, 1-0 CAA) will be looking to start 2-0 in league play for the second straight year. The Tigers have won nine of their last 10 CAA games dating back to last year and have won two straight against the Dragons, including a 69-66 win at the Daskalakis Athletic Center last season.

Towson is coming off a 60-53 win at home against UNC Wilmington on Saturday. It was the Tigers 13th straight victory at home.

Senior forward Jerrelle Benimon recorded his seventh straight double-double with 20 points and 17 rebounds against the Seahawks. He was joined in double figures by sophomore Four McGlynn, who hit three three-pointers and tallied 11 points in the win.

Drexel (9-6, 1-1 CAA) has dropped four of its last six games since starting the year 7-2. However, the Dragons are coming off a thrilling 93-88 double overtime win against Northeastern on Saturday.

The backcourt duo of Chris Fouch and Frantz Massenat averages a combined 33.5 points to lead the Dragons.

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Tigers Ready to Roar Into CAA Play

Posted on 10 January 2014 by Robert Canady

A year after exceeding expectations, Towson University men’s basketball team will now have to live up to expectations.

The Tigers were voted No. 1 in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA)  preseason-poll by members of the media and sports information directors.  After 15 non conference games (9-6) the Tigers will finally get a chance to prove that ranking was justified as the CAA conference portion of the season begins Saturday when Towson hosts North Carolina-Wilmington  (UNCW 6-11) at SECU arena.

“We were picked first, but that doesn’t mean a whole lot. We want to finish first,” said Head Coach Pat Skerry when asked to assess the Tigers chances as they head into conference play.  ‘If we do what we’re capable of, we’ll be right where we want to be, added Skerry.

Benimon once again is among the national leaders in double/doubles with nine.

Towson’s nine non-conference wins are the most by  Towson as a Division I team, and the most the Tigers have won on any level since they won 13 as a Division II school in the 1977-78 season.   The 9 wins have come against afairly strong nonconference road slate.  Towson played at Villanova, Kansas, Oregon State, North Dakota State and Stephen F. Austin, which currently has a 26 game home winning streak.  The six road losses came to teams that were a combined 30-2 at home at one point.

Skerry acknowledged the tough road tests and how his players felt about the record at this point,  “I scheduled a challenging schedule, and we have guys who want to win at a high level and can win at a high level, so I think they wanted to be a little better than 9-6.  So that shows they have embraced the expectations.”

While Towson had its road struggles (1-6), the new SECU arena quickly became a home court advantage.  The Tigers opened up with three early wins at the new facility, including a thrilling win over Temple before a near sell-out crowd.  Towson finished the non CAA portion of the season with an 8-0 record at home.  Dating back to last year, the Tigers have won 12 straight home games, which is the 18th best streak in the nation.

Leading the Tigers as expected in its nine wins has been Senior Jerrelle Benimon.  Voted the Pre-Season Player of the Year in the CAA  Benimon has picked up where he left off last year.  He’s averaging a double/double with 17.7 points and 10.7 rebounds per game.  And, actually he’s on a bit of a tear the past five games putting up 20.2 points and 13. 6 rebounds during that stretch.  Benimon has scored in double figures every game except for the season opener against Navy, and is tied for 3rd in the country with nine double-doubles and is one of only five players in the nation as of January 6th with a triple double this year.  He accomplished the feat against Central Penn College in December with 17 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists.

While Benimon gets the most attention from opposing teams, and the NBA scouts that have been attendance at several games this year, the Tigers have actually had a very balanced scoring attack.  Three starters are averaging double figures, with a fourth Mike Burwell practically there with 9.2 points per game.  In addition Rafriel Guthrie is contributing 10.9 points a game coming off the bench.

 

Mike Burwell has had career high in points, rebounds and assists this year.

Scoring has not been a problem for Towson this year.  Unlike last year where they pretty much counted on Benimon to lead the way in scoring most nights. with then Junior Marcus Damas contributing 11 points a game, this year’s squad is getting help from many directions.   Currently the Tigers are second among CAA teams in FG% at .458 and second in points per game at 73.7.

Early last year the Tigers struggled to find a deep and balanced scoring attack. This year they have been aided greatly by the eligibility of Vermont transfer Four McGlynn.  McGlynn, a sophomore is  averaging 13.3 points over the last nine games.  He moved into the starting lineup in the 6th game of the year following the suspension and subsequent dismissal of point guard Jerome Hairston.   McGlynn is hitting over .43% of his three-point attempt, and has connected on at least two per game in eight of the Tigers last nine contests.  One of McGlynn’s biggest assets is taking care of the ball, he has just two turnovers in the last five games.

While McGlynn has given the Tigers the outside threat they need to keep teams from concentrating solely on Bennimon, the play of Senior Mike Burwell, has been vital in the Tigers maintaining a strong team chemistry during the transition of playing without Hairston.  Burwell played almost exclusively at the two-guard spot last year.   With McGlynn moving into the lineup at the two, point-guard duties were shifted to Burwell.

McGlynn has delivered as promised from three-point range.

After some early adjustment, Burwell has flourished in the role.  “It has taken time to learn where everyone likes to get the ball.  But I am getting more comfortable.  I love having the ball in my hands,” Burwell said about the shift of positions.  It has shown in both his and the teams numbers.  Burwell has 15 assists with just four turnovers in the teams last 3 games.  Burwell distributed a career high nine assists in the win over New Hampshire last week.

Taking on the role of point guard hasn’t hurt Burwell’s offensive and defensive roles, quite the opposite.  Over the past four games he is averaging 13.7 points while shooting .500 from the field and collected a career high nine rebounds against Coppin State.  Burwell is simply playing the best basketball of his Towson career just as the Tigers head into the conference season.

One of the most important things that Burwell has to do, is not turning the ball over and make sure the Tigers get opportunities to score.  Turnovers have been a constant thorn in the teams losses.  The Tigers are averaging 15.6 turnovers in its losses versus only 12.8 in its wins.  Burwell is leading the team in assist to turnover ratio, averaging 1.18 assist to every turnover.

As the veteran on this team, in his third  year as a Tiger, Damas has improved each season in his all around play.  This year he is the teams second biggest three-point threat behind McGlynn,  hitting on .400 of his attempts from beyond the arc, compared to just .300 last year.   In addition Damas often draws the assignment of guarding the best perimeter player on the opposing team.  This year he has done that while decreasing his fouls per game by almost half a foul per game.

Just as he did last year, senior guard Guthrie provides an instant spark coming off the bench.  Guthrie provides constant defensive pressure on the opponents, and he along with Benimon have benefited the most from the increased enforcement of hand checking by the defense. In just 23 minutes per game, Guthrie is averaging over five trips to the charity-stripe.  One area he could really help the team is by improving on his .600 shooting from there.

Guthrie provides instant offense off the bench.

Timajh Parker-Rivera has stepped into the starting lineup replacing graduated Bilal Dixon and done very nicely.  His size and strength inside will be more of a factor in the CAA conference than it was against some of the bigger lineups the Tigers saw out of conference.  Getting over 22 minutes per game while sharing duties with freshman Walter Davis, Parker-Rivera puts up 4.8 points (but has scored 10 or more in three of the last five games) while grabbing almost five rebounds per game.  He is a very high percentage shooter inside, hitting on 48% of his FG attempts.

Foster along with fellow freshman John Davis have provided the Tigers with what looks to be two very impressive front court players in the years to come.  Foster makes the most of his time, in just his 14 minutes per game, he is averaging 4.3 rebounds and his 15 blocked shots is only one behind Parker-Rivera for second on the team.

Davis played some strong minutes early in the season, highlighted by nine point eight rebound performance in just 18 minutes of action in his home town of Philadelphia in the Tigers loss to Villanova.  Davis came down with Mononucleosis after the North Dakota State game, and will be sidelined until at least February 1st.   Getting him back for the last month of the season would be very important to the Tigers, who are already down one anticipated starter with the departure of Hairston.

While the 9-6 record may not be getting the national headlines that the Tigers received last year when they had the largest single season turnaround in NCAA history, it should not be forgotten that it is much better than the 5-8 record the Tigers had last year prior to CAA play.   This is the blessings and curse of high expectations, but as Skerry said the team has embraced them, and has even higher expectations of themselves, which include a conference championship and a run at the NCAA tournament in March.

Saturday will be the first of 16 contests, that lead up to the CAA Tournament to be held in Baltimore in March.  After having to sit out last year’s tournament with APR problems from 3 years ago, the Tigers will be very anxious to see how they match up against those expectations.

 

 

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Towson opens CAA play Saturday vs. UNC Wilmington

Posted on 10 January 2014 by WNST Staff

TIGERS OPEN CAA PLAY ON SATURDAY AGAINST UNC WILMINGTON
Towson seeking 13th straight win at home

TOWSON, Md. - The Towson men’s basketball team will play its first ever Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) game inside SECU Arena on Saturday at 2 p.m. as the Tigers welcome UNC Wilmington.

Audio and video of the game will be available via the Towson Sports Network (TSN) with Spiro Morekas and Vince Angotti on the call.

Towson finished non-conference play with a 9-6 record. The nine non-conference wins are the most in school history since the program moved to Division I before the 1979-80 season.

The Tigers are coming off an 81-79 victory at Coppin State last Saturday. Senior Jerrelle Benimon posted his sixth straight double-double with a team-high 20 points and 12 rebounds.

Towson will look to continue its home dominance Saturday against UNC Wilmington. The Tigers have won 12 straight home games, the 18th longest current home court winning streak in the country. Towson is 8-0 at home this season, winning by an average of 19.8 points per game.

UNC Wilmington (6-11, 0-2 CAA) has dropped six straight games after starting the year 6-5. The Seahawks are coming off a 79-68 overtime loss at Northeastern on Wednesday. Cedrick Williams paces UNCW in scoring (13.9 ppg) and rebounding (7.4 rpg).

Towson has won three straight games in the series, but the Seahawks hold the all-time edge, 16-12. The Tigers have never lost to UNCW under head coach Pat Skerry (3-0).

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Towson continues pursuit of first road win Saturday at Coppin State

Posted on 03 January 2014 by WNST Staff

TIGERS TRAVEL TO LOCAL RIVAL COPPIN STATE ON SATURDAY
Towson wraps up non-conference play at 4 p.m.

BALTIMORE, Md. – The Towson men’s basketball team will wrap up non-conference play on Saturday at Coppin State.

The Tigers, who have already defeated Navy, Morgan State and UMBC during non-conference play, will be attempting to go 4-0 against teams from Maryland this season.

Fans can listen to the game on the Towson Sports Network (TSN) with Dustin Semonavick calling the action.

Towson (8-6), still seeking its first win away from home, is coming off a 72-64 win over New Hampshire on Monday at SECU Arena.

Senior Jerrelle Benimon posted his fifth straight double-double with 24 points and 14 rebounds against the Wildcats. Classmate Mike Burwell dished out a career-high nine assists in the win.

Coppin State (4-9) has dropped five straight since starting the year 4-4. The Eagles did win at Oregon State onNovember 10 and they’re 2-1 at home this season.

Senior forward Michael Murray leads Coppin State in scoring at 15.1 points per game. The Eagles allow 79.1 points per game, last in the MEAC. They are also last in rebounding margin (-6.2), a stat that the Tigers rank 18th in the country in. Coppin State does average 6.3 three-pointers made per game, a number that ranks second in their conference.

Towson leads the all-time series against Coppin State, 6-5. However, the Eagles have won each of the last two meetings between the squads.

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Towson returns home for first time in three weeks Monday against New Hampshire

Posted on 29 December 2013 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. - The Towson men’s basketball team will return home on Monday to take on New Hampshire at 7:30 p.m. inside SECU Arena.

The Tigers, who have not played at home since December 10, will be seeking their 12th straight home win.

Audio and video of the game will be available via the Towson Sports Network (TSN) with Spiro Morekas and Vince Angotti on the call.

Towson (7-6) has dropped four of its last five games after starting the year 6-2. The Tigers are coming off a 90-82 loss at North Dakota State on December 21.

Senior Jerrelle Benimon posted a game-high 29 points to go along with 12 rebounds in Towson’s loss to the Bison. Benimon has posted a double-double in each of his last four games and his seven total double-doubles ranks fourth in the nation.

The Tigers currently rank eighth in the nation in rebounding and 12th in blocks.

New Hampshire (2-9) won its first two games of the year, including an 84-81 win at Duquesne, before dropping nine straight. The Wildcats are coming off a 62-45 setback at Rhode Island on December 22.

Senior center Chris Pelcher leads UNH in scoring (13.7 ppg) and rebounding (11.8 rpg). The Wildcats lead the America East in scoring defense, holding opponents to just 66.4 points per game.

Towson has won nine of the 14 meetings between the programs, including posting a 5-1 mark at home. New Hampshire snapped a four-game losing streak to the Tigers when the squads met last in 2012.

Since Towson has won 11 straight home games, fans can get 11 percent off their ticket purchases by entering the promo code ’11wins’. Click here to access the offer online. The discount is also available over the phone by calling 1-855-TU-TIGER (1-855-888-4437).

The SECU UStore will also be open during the game against New Hampshire. With the university being closed during the holidays, this is the only place for fans to get their official apparel and spirit items!

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Towson opens road trip Wednesday at Oregon State

Posted on 17 December 2013 by WNST Staff

TOWSON BEGINS ROAD TRIP AT OREGON STATE ON WEDNESDAY
Tigers seek second straight win over the Beavers at Gil Coliseum

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Towson men’s basketball team returns to action on Wednesday as the Tigers travel to the west coast to take on Pac-12 foe Oregon State.

The game, set to tip at 10 p.m. EST, can be seen live on the Pac-12 Network with JB Long and Lamar Hurd on the call.

Fans can also listen to the game on the Towson Sports Network (TSN) with Zach Maskavich calling the action.

Towson (7-4) will be seeking its first road win of the year as the Tigers make their second trip in two years to Oregon State. Towson is coming off a 102-72 win over Central Penn on December 10 for its 11th straight home win, a streak that ranks as the 18th longest in Division I men’s basketball.

Senior forward Jerrelle Benimon recorded the first triple-double in school history to lead the Tigers past the Knights. Benimon posted 17 points, 18 rebounds and a career-high 10 assists in the win.

Benimon was also a major factor in Towson’s 67-66 overtime win at Oregon State last year as the forward tallied 20 points and 21 rebounds to lead the Tigers to their first win over a BCS school since 1995.

Oregon State (5-2) is led by the dynamic scoring duo of Roberto Nelson (24.7 ppg) and Devon Collier (22.7 ppg). The Beavers have won five of their last six games, including a 90-83 win at Maryland on November 17. Oregon State is 4-1 at home this season and its only loss at Gill Coliseum came in a game that Collier did not play.

The Tigers and Beavers have split the only two meetings between the squads with each team winning on the other’s home court.

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Towson faces The Citadel Friday in Battle 4 Atlantis event

Posted on 28 November 2013 by WNST Staff

TOWSON SET TO HOST BATTLE 4 ATLANTIS MAINLAND TOURNAMENT
SECU Arena to hold four-team tournament November 29-30

TOWSON, Md. - The Towson men’s basketball team is set to welcome The Citadel, Abilene Christian and West Alabama to SECU Arena for the Battle 4 Atlantis Mainland Tournament, which will run November 29-30.

The Tigers will take on The Citadel on Friday at 5 p.m. and then host Abilene Christian on Saturday at 1 p.m.

Audio and video of the games involving Towson will be available via the Towson Sports Network (TSN) with Spiro Morekas and Vince Angotti on the call.

Also on Friday, Abilene Christian will battle West Alabama at 7:30 p.m. and on Saturday, The Citadel will take on West Alabama in the final game of the tournament. Both of the games not involving Towson will be live streamed on TowsonTigers.com.

Towson (4-2) is coming off a 75-60 home win over UMBC on Tuesday. Senior Marcus Damas led the Tigers with a season-high 22 points and seven rebounds.

The Tigers have won eight straight home games dating back to last season and are a perfect 4-0 inside their new home, SECU Arena.

The Citadel (3-4) dropped back-to-back road games against Tennessee (86-60) and Wake Forest (82-54) before picking up a home win over Montreat College (109-64) on Monday. The Bulldogs are led by Matt Van Scyoc, who averages 18 points and 5.9 rebounds per game.

Abilene Christian (2-6) had its two-game winning streak snapped with a 93-65 setback at Xavier on Monday. Junior guards Harrison Hawkins and LaDarrien Williams each averaged over 11 points per game for the Wildcats.

West Alabama is a Division II school that competes in the Gulf South Conference. The Tigers are 1-1 on the year and have also played exhibition games at UTEP (L, 67-46) and Southern Cal (L, 73-57).

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Towson looks to continue recent home dominance Tuesday against UMBC

Posted on 25 November 2013 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. - The Towson men’s basketball team will look to remain perfect at home this season as the Tigers host local rival UMBC at SECU Arena on Tuesday night.

The game will be part of a doubleheader as the Towson women’s basketball team will host the Retrievers at 5 p.m. The men’s game is set to tip at 7:30 p.m.

Audio and video of the game will be available via the Towson Sports Network (TSN) with Spiro Morekas and Vince Angotti on the call.

The Tigers are coming off an 88-58 setback at No. 2 Kansas on Friday. Towson struggled to make shots in the first half, shooting just 20.7 percent from the field. The Tigers bounced back though in the second half, outscoring the Jayhawks 42-39 while shooting 51.6 percent.

Towson has not lost at home since Jan. 23, 2013. The Tigers ended the 2012-13 season by winning their last four home games and are 3-0 inside SECU Arena this season.

The Tigers are led by Naismith Trophy Watch List selection Jerrelle Benimon. The senior forward ranks Top 20 in the nation in both rebounding (11.4 rpg/18th) and double-doubles (3/14th).

UMBC (2-4) has dropped two straight games, including a 73-58 loss at Navy on Saturday. The Retrievers, who have already played four overtime games this season, are led in scoring by freshman guard Rodney Elliott (14.3 ppg). 

Towson leads the all-time series against UMBC, 34-20, but the Retrievers have won each of the last two meetings. Fourteen games between the squads have been decided by five or fewer points, including each of the last two meetings and three of the last four.

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Towson F Benimon named to Naismith Trophy Watch List

Posted on 21 November 2013 by WNST Staff

JERRELLE BENIMON NAMED TO NAISMITH TROPHY WATCH LIST
The senior forward averages 17.5 points and 11.8 rebounds per game for the 3-1 Tigers

TOWSON, Md. – The Atlanta Tip-Off Club has named Towson University forward Jerrelle Benimon to the 50-person preseason watch list for the 2013-14 Naismith Trophy presented by AT&T.

The 50-player watch list was compiled by the Atlanta Tipoff Club’s Board of Selectors, which based its criteria on player performances from the previous year and expectations for the 2013-2014 college basketball season. The Naismith Men’s College Player of the Year presented by AT&T will be awarded during the Final Four.

Being named to the Naismith Trophy Watch List is the latest in a long line of preseason acclaim for the Tiger senior. In addition to being named the Preseason Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Player of the Year, Benimon was also selected as a Lou Henson Preseason All-American and is one of 30 candidates for the Senior CLASS Award.

Benimon, the nation’s leading returning rebounder, averaged 17.1 points and 11.2 rebounds last season to lead Towson to an 18-13 record. He tied for second in the country with 20 double-doubles in 31 games and ranked third in the nation in rebounds per game.

Through four games of his senior season, Benimon is averaging 17.5 points, 11.8 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game. The forward scored a career-high 32 points in Towson’s win over Temple on November 14 and has scored in double figures in three straight games going into Friday’s matchup against No. 2/3 Kansas.

Naismith Trophy Early Season Watch List – Men’s Top 50

NAME                                   CLASS                   POSITION              SCHOOL                               CONFERENCE
Jordan Adams                   So.                         G                            UCLA                                    Pac-12
Kyle Anderson                   So.                         G-F                        UCLA                                    Pac-12
Isaiah Austin                      So.                         C                            Baylor                                  Big 12
Jerrelle Benimon               Sr.                         F                            Towson                                CAA
Jahii Carson                       So.                         G                            Arizona State                     Pac-12
Semaj Christon                  So.                         G                            Xavier                                  Big East
Aaron Craft                        Sr.                         G                            Ohio State                          Big Ten
Sam Dekker                        So.                         F                            Wisconsin                           Big Ten
Spencer Dinwiddie            Jr.                          G                            Colorado                             Pac-12
Cleanthony Early               Sr.                         F                            Wichita State                     Missouri Valley
Perry Ellis                            So.                         F                            Kansas                                Big 12
C.J. Fair                               Sr.                         F                            Syracuse                             ACC
Yogi Ferrell                         So.                         G                            Indiana                                Big Ten
Aaron Gordon                    Fr.                          F                            Arizona                               Pac-12
Treveon Graham                Jr.                          G                            VCU                                      Atlantic 10
Jerian Grant                       Sr.                         G                            Notre Dame                        ACC
Montrezl Harrell                So.                         F                            Louisville                            American Athletic
Gary Harris                         So.                         G                            Michigan State                  Big Ten
Joe Harris                           Sr.                         G                            Virginia                                ACC
Andrew Harrison               Fr.                          G                            Kentucky                             SEC
Tyler Haws                          Jr.                          G                            BYU                                      West Coast
Marshall Henderson         Sr.                         G                            Ole Miss                                             SEC
Rodney Hood                      So.                         F                            Duke                                    ACC
Joe Jackson                       Sr.                         G                            Memphis                             American Athletic
Cory Jefferson                   Sr.                         F                            Baylor                                  Big 12
Sean Kilpatrick                  Sr.                         G                            Cincinnati                           American Athletic
Alex Kirk                              Jr.                          C                            New Mexico                        Mountain West
Doug McDermott               Sr.                         F                            Creighton                            Big East
Mitch McGary                     So.                         F                            Michigan                             Big Ten
Jordan McRae                    Sr.                         G                            Tennessee                          SEC
James Michael McAdoo   Jr.                          F                            North Carolina                   ACC
Shabazz Napier                 Sr.                         G                            UConn                                  American Athletic
Johnny O’Bryant III            Jr.                          F                            LSU                                      SEC
Kevin Pangos                     Jr.                          G                            Gonzaga                             West Coast
Jabari Parker                     Fr.                          F                            Duke                                    ACC
Adreian Payne                   Sr.                         C                            Michigan State                  Big Ten
Julius Randle                     Fr.                          F                            Kentucky                             SEC
Juvonte Reddic                  Sr.                         F                            VCU                                      Atlantic 10
Glenn Robinson III             So.                         F                            Michigan                             Big Ten
LaQuinton Ross                 Jr.                          F                            Ohio State                          Big Ten
Wayne Selden, Jr.              Fr.                          G                            Kansas                                Big 12
Marcus Smart                    So.                         G                            Oklahoma State                 Big 12
Russ Smith                         Sr.                         G                            Louisville                            American Athletic
Jarnell Stokes                    Jr.                          F                            Tennessee                          SEC
Rasheed Sulaimon            So.                         G                            Duke                                    ACC
Noah Vonleh                       Fr.                          F                            Indiana                                Big Ten
Andrew Wiggins                 Fr.                          G                            Kansas                                Big 12
Kendall Williams                Sr.                         G                            New Mexico                        Mountain West
Chaz Williams                     Sr.                         G                            UMass                                 Atlantic 10
James Young                     Fr.                          G                            Kentucky                             SEC

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