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COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW PART 3/9: BIG EAST

1 Villanova

A strong recruiting class, led by Jalen Brunson, mixed with veteran seniors like Daniel Ochefu (9.2 ppg, 8.5 rpg) and Ryan Arcidiacono (10.1 ppg)

2 Butler

This team has the pieces in Kellen Dunham (16.5 ppg) and Roosevelt Jones (12.7 ppg) to be a Top 25 team, and a definite Big East contender.

3 Xavier

Xavier returns a lot from last year’s Sweet 16 team, if Jalen Reynolds (9.9 ppg) has a breakout year, they could be looking at another multi-win NCAA Tournament.

4 Georgetown

D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera returning will keep the Hoyas in the NCAA Tournamnet come march, to get past round 1 Freshman Jessie Govan needs to step up.

5 Providence

Kris Dunn is one of the best Point Guard’s in College Basketball, past him the Friars don’t have much else.

6 Marquette

7 Creighton

8 Seton Hall

9 DePaul

10 St. John’s

 

All-Big East Team

Kris Dunn, G Providence
Kellen Dunham, G Butler
D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera, G Georgetown
Roosevelt Jones, F Butler
Ryan Arcidiacono, G Villanova

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