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COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW PART 6/9: PAC 12

1 Arizona

TJ McConnell and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson will be hard to replace but if anyone can Seam Miller can, and Arizona is the best in the West

2 California

California brings in two five star recruits in Jaylen Brown and Ivan Rabb in addition to proven superstar Tyrone Wallace (17.1 ppg 7.1 rpg) the Bears will contend.

3 Utah

Utah returns 4 of 5 starters from a 26-9 team, the Utes will stay in the upper echelon of the Pac-12

4 Oregon

No one thought Oregon would be good last year, they went 26-10. I’m not making the exact same mistake.

5 UCLA

The UCLA Bruins have talent, with Bryce Alford and Tony Parker leading the way, UCLA could go to the final 16.

6 Oregon State

7  Colorado

8 Stanford

9 Arizona State

10 USC

11 Washington

12 Washington State

ALL PAC 12 TEAM

Gary Payton II,G Oregon State
Tyrone Wallace, G California
Jaylen Brown, F California
Ryan Anderson, F Arizona
Jakob Poeltl, C Utah

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