|Stanford senior Chasson Randle|
25. Nebraska - Terran Petteway and Shavon Shields hope to lead another great Cornhusker team. Last season as a sophomore Petteway led the team in scoring at 18.1 PPG. The junior forward is going to be a crucial piece in Nebraska's offense. Alongside him will be junior swingman Shavon Shields. He averaged 12.8 PPG last year and 5.8 RPG. Nebraska will have an advantage with their experienced leadership this season and will have to fight hard in a tough Big-Ten conference.
|Utah Senior Delon Wright|
23. SMU - Last season the Mustangs had a great season, but were snubbed from the NCAA Tournament. They ended up reaching the NIT final, and losing in the final minutes to Minnesota. They were looking forward to incoming freshman Emmanuel Mudiay to lead the team this year, but he decided to go overseas to play. Instead, SMU will be lead by Keith Fraizer, Marcus Kennedy, and Nic Moore. Watch out for the Mustangs in a depleted American Conference.
22. Syracuse - The Cuse' will be lead by freshman Kaleb Joseph and Chris McCullough. Joseph is a 6-3 guard who is playing great so far through the preseason. McCullough is a 6-11 forward from Bronx NY. He split his high school career at Brewster Academy and IMG Academy. Both of them are going to bring the talent needed after the Orange lost Tyler Ennis and C.J. Fair last year. Syracuse also has senior forward Rakeem Christmas. He will help lead a young but talented lead in a loaded ACC conference.
|Harvard's NBA bound backcourt of|
Siyani Chambers and Wesley Saunders