NCAA Basketball 2011-12: The Top 25 Players of the Upcoming Season

Jared Sullinger is the Pre-Season Best Player in the Country

Jared Sullinger is the Pre-Season Best Player in the Country (the-ozone.net)

Who knows if the 2011-12 NBA season will happen?  Owners and players are entering their third day of mediation.

Thankfully, college basketball players can’t go on strike or be locked out.  So, at least we’ll all still be able to enjoy some b-ball over the winter, if, heaven forbid, there is no NBA season at all. The NCAA basketball season begins on Nov. 7th.

Cbssports.com has whipped up the Top 100 players in college basketball for the upcoming year.  Here are the top 25.

Looks like it’s going to be a good year for Ohio State, North Carolina and Kentucky.

PLAYER POSITION YEAR TEAM
1. Jared Sullinger F So Ohio State Buckeyes
2. Harrison Barnes F So North Carolina Tar Heels
3. Jordan Taylor G Sr Wisconsin Badgers
4. Tu Holloway G Sr Xavier Musketeers
5. Perry Jones F So Baylor Bears
6. Thomas Robinson F Jr Kansas Jayhawks
7. Anthony Davis F Fr Kentucky Wildcats
8. John Henson F Jr North Carolina Tar Heels
9. John Jenkins G Jr Vanderbilt Commodores
10. Austin Rivers G Fr Duke Blue Devils
11. Terrence Jones F So Kentucky Wildcats
12. Kendall Marshall G So North Carolina Tar Heels
13. Tyler Zeller F Sr North Carolina Tar Heels
14. Ashton Gibbs G Sr Pittsburgh Panthers
15. Jeremy Lamb F So Connecticut Huskies
16. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist F Fr Kentucky Wildcats
17. Trevor Mbakwe F Sr Minnesota Golden Gophers
18. William Buford G Sr Ohio State Buckeyes
19. Marcus Denmon G Sr Missouri Tigers
20. Elias Harris F Jr Gonzaga Bulldogs
21. Andre Drummond C Fr Connecticut Huskies
22. Kris Joseph F Sr Syracuse Orange
23. Terrence Ross F So Washington Huskies
24. Reeves Nelson F Jr UCLA Bruins
25. Aaron Craft G So Ohio State Buckeyes
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Posted on October 20, 2011, in NCAA Basketball and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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