Author: matthew.doyle15

The Case for Micah Potter The NCAA took time away from Potter back in 2019, when they denied his appeal to be declared immediately eligible. Now, he has the chance to make up for lost time and then some.  With Reuvers gone, Potter’s minutes and numbers would improve substantially. The offense would run through Potter and he would have a great shot at making an All-Big Ten team. The scoring duo of sophomore Johnny Davis and Micah Potter would be nasty. It’s not hard to imagine a solid Wisconsin team where Potter and Davis are both averaging around 18 points…

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The Big East will look different this year. But, at the same time, you can still expect Villanova and Creighton to be the two frontrunners, and for the rest of the conference to remain competitive. There is still plenty of talent that will continue the Big East’s reputation as one of the best conferences in the country. Find out below where the top players rank. 20. Rasheem Dunn Class: Redshirt Senior The 6-foot-2 Dunn is a streaky player that has the ability to get into the lane and finish or create for others. Dunn averaged 11.9 points, 3.8 rebounds, 3.4…

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Honorable Mentions Seth Towns (Ohio State) – Towns was the 2018 Ivy League Player of the Year, averaging 16.0 points and 5.7 rebounds. Towns is talented, but has been plagued by injuries and has not seen in-game action since the 2017-18 season. Rocket Watts (Michigan State) – Watts was named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team and will take the reins at point guard now that Cassius Winston has graduated. Watts began to elevate his level of play just before the season was cut short, averaging 17.7 points in Michigan State’s last four games. On the season, he averaged 9.0…

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Coach Wojciechowski has consistently landed talent from the transfer market when needed, and D.J. Carton is the latest example of this. In mid-April, Carton announced he was transferring to Marquette and was granted immediate eligibility in mid-June. The Markus Howard era has come to a close and now the D.J. Carton era may be beginning at Marquette. Scouting Report on Carton D.J. Carton is a 6’2” guard known for his explosiveness and scoring prowess. He has a quick first step that can get him into the lane where he can finish above the rim or stop on a dime and put up…

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