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Pre-Season All Conference Teams

ACC

G- Lorenzo Brown, NC State, JR

G- Erick Green, Virginia Tech, SR

F/C- Mason Plumlee, Duke, SR

F- C.J. Leslie, NC State, JR

F- James Michael McAdoo, UNC, SO

honorable mention:

Ryan Kelly, Duke

Seth Curry, Duke

Durand Scott, Miami

Reggie Johnson, Miami

Rodney Purvis, NC State

Richard Howell, NC State

Reggie Bullock, UNC

Joe Harris, Virginia

C.J Harris, Wake Forest

Travis McKie, Wake Forest

BIG 10

G- Keith Appling, Michigan State, JR

G- Trey Burke, Michigan, SO

G- Tim Hardaway, Michigan, JR

F- DeShaun Thomas, Ohio State, JR

C- Cody Zeller, Indiana, SO

honorable mention

Brandon Paul, Illinois

Christian Watford, Indiana

Victor Oladipo, Indiana

Derrick Nix, Michigan State

Trevor Mbakwe, Minnesota

Drew Crawford, Northwestern

Aaron Craft, Ohio State

Tim Frazier, Penn State

Sam Dekker, Wisconsin

Jared Berggren, Wisconsin

BIG 12

G- Pierre Jackson, Baylor, SR

G- Rodney McGruder, Kansas State, SR

G- Elijah Johnson, Kansas, SR

F- LeBryan Nash, Oklahoma State, SO

C- Jeff Withey, Kansas, SR

honorable mention

Isaiah Austin, Baylor

Jordan Henriquez, Kansas State

Michael Dixon, Missouri

Alex Oriakhi, Missouri

Steven Pledger, Oklahoma

Marcus Smart, Oklahoma State

Myck Kabongo, Texas

Sheldon McClellan, Texas

Khris Middleton, Texas A&M

Elston Turner, Texas A&M

BIG EAST

G- Shabazz Napier, UCONN, JR

G- Peyton Siva, Louisville, SR

G- D'Angelo Harrison, St. John's, SO

F- Otto Porter, Georgetown, SO

C- Gorgui Dieng, Louisville, JR

honorable mention:

Sean Kilpatrick, Cincinnati

Chane Behannan, Louisville

Vander Blue, Marquette

Jack Cooley, Notre Dame

Steven Adams, Pittsburgh

Ricardo Ledo, Providence

Vincent Council, Providence

JayVaughn Pinkston, Villanova

C.J. Fair, Syracuse

Juwan Staten, West Virginia

PAC 12

G- Shabazz Muhammad, UCLA, FR

G- Allen Crabbe, Cal, JR

G/F- Kyle Anderson, UCLA, FR

F- Solomon Hill, Arizona, SR

F- Andre Roberson, Colorado, JR

honorable mention:

Brandon Ashley, Arizona

Kaleb Tarczewski, Arizona

EJ Singler, Oregon

Devon Collier, Oregon State

Chasson Randle, Stanford

Josh Owens, Stanford

Travis Wear, UCLA

Tony Parker, UCLA

C.J. Wilcox, Washington

Brock Motum, Washington State

SEC

G- Kenny Boynton, Florida, SR

G- B.J. Young, Arkansas, SO

F- Rodney Hood, Mississippi State, SO

F/C- Patric Young, Florida, SR

C- Nerlens Noel, Kentucky, FR

honorable mention:

Trevor Releford, Alabama

Mike Rosario, Florida

Erik Murphy, Florida

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Georgia

Alex Poythress, Kentucky

Archie Goodwin, Kentucky

Ryan Harrow, Kentucky

Murphy Holloway, Ole Miss

Jeronne Maymon, Tennessee

Trae Golden, Tennessee


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Great list man! Hard to

Great list man! Hard to really argue with any of those. I will say that I think Wayne Blackshear will at least be an honorable mention but maybe thats just me. I think he could be a stud.

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I would look at Aaric Murray

I would look at Aaric Murray for WVU to be in contention for a first team all Big 12 selection next season.

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For the PAC 12, Josh Owens

For the PAC 12, Josh Owens just graduated so u can scratch him, but otherwise I like your list. The one guy u forgot from USC is jio fontan. He was there second best player two years ago behind nikola vucevic and he was dropping like 25 a game during usc's pre season schedule prior to kast season before suffering an injury that took him out last year. He'll be back and He is not only in the all conference discussion, but could very easily be first team.

Persoanlly I think the race for conference player of the year is gonna be between shabazz Muhammad and chasson randle.

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horrible list man, Rodney

horrible list man, Rodney Hood not even on Miss. St. Drew Crawford and Mbakwe are first team all big ten for sure. Durand Scott has no business being honorable mention he is at best the 4th best player on his team, Kenny Kadji is probably going to be 1st team all ACC

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and Scott is suspended a few

and Scott is suspended a few games as well not ACC games

What about Tray Woodall he is arguably the best player in the Big East he is not even honorable mention very bad omission?

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What about Aaron Bright on

What about Aaron Bright on Stanford he is probably their best player returning probably 1st team all league but defintiely should of been honorable mention?

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If Tray Woodall wins big east

If Tray Woodall wins big east player if the year I want this guy banned he does not even have him top 15 and he is the best.

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Denis Kilicli an omission as

Denis Kilicli an omission as well he is at the very least a mortal lock to be third team all big east but probably a first team selection should put up huge numbers on a team the is not very deep and Jones in the nba

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Scotty Wood on NC State

Scotty Wood on NC State should at least honorable mention he scored 12 a game with good shooting %'s and defense plus NC State is clearly the best team in the country so they should do well in the awards they are probably the best college basketball team of all time a legit threat to go 40-0

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1. West Virginia is not in

1. West Virginia is not in the Big East next year they are in the Big Ten

2. You omitted two very good players from USF in Anthony Collins and Victor Rudd, both will have good seasons and deserve that list more than Vander Blue and Pinkston.

3. There are some questionnable honorable mentions throughout

Anyway, good list man, its your list not mine so you can do whatever you want this is just what I would have done differently

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WVU is actually going to the

WVU is actually going to the Big 12, I knew they would eventutally but did not think this year, I think Kilicli is probably 1st team over Lebryan Nash then

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Didn't Kris Middleton

Didn't Kris Middleton delcare?

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I don't think Mason Plumlee

I don't think Mason Plumlee is first team all-conference material. He has the athleticism and tools, but in 3 years at Duke, he has not shown any ability for a go to post move and in Duke's system, big men usually just set screens and rebound. I would say that Reggie Johnson has a better chance for all-ACC. He's much less athletic than Mason, but also much more skilled.

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mason averaged 11 and 9 last

mason averaged 11 and 9 last year and hes better than johnson

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Reggie Johnson had 27 points,

Reggie Johnson had 27 points, 12 rebound Indoor Stadium when the Canes won 78-74. Mason Plumlee had 6 points, 13 rebounds and 4 turnovers. Mason Plumlee is the better athlete. Reggie Johnson is the better basketball player.

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No Reggie Johnson can't move,

No Reggie Johnson can't move, I'm don't even tknow if he can stil dunk, he is slower than Britney Griner Plumlee is the better player

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I love when the same person

I love when the same person negs every post I make in a thread real fast like they are not even reading them but has no rebuttal for why they are wrong. This is a draft site but preseason all conference has nothing to do with the draft, very often the veterans and undersized guys are going to be the best college players, their is no excuse for omitting guys like Woodall or Aaron Bright.

Jarnell Stokes was another omission he is the best player on Tennessee, he joined the team mid season, and averaged 10 and 7 as a young true freshmen, he should put up like 15, 9, and 2 next year player of the year candidate in the SEC

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Condrin I will end your

Condrin I will end your posting career you will get laughed off the internet when Tray Woodall wins big east player of the year

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Lol as soon as I saw Mason

Lol as soon as I saw Mason Plumlee on your list I was like here comes UncBasketballbum in 3...2...1...

You never fail to disappoint me man rofl.

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Also

I'd add one of Leslie McDonald, TJ Harrison, and Dexter Strickland to your honorable mention list.

There's no doubt in my mind that at least one of those three are going to step up big time especially when Roy said UNC was going to be more perimeter oriented next year. McDonald and Strickland look to be right on track on their ACL rehab so hopefully they'll be able to get back to form.

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Kadji, Wood, and Alex len

Kadji, Wood, and Alex len might be missing from honorable mention though Len was not great last year but is projected a top 10 pick and black hole Stoglin gone. Also Larkin from Miami is a solid PG.

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not even

not even gonna argue with this post best list so far

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Dede I'm gonna laugh you off

Dede I'm gonna laugh you off the internet the day when you have -40 points for 23 posts...

OH WAIT

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Is this a mix of last year

Is this a mix of last year and this year because Josh Owens has graduated. I also doubt Anderson will be first team over Chasson Randle.

Rodney hood has transferred

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