Top 25 Returning Men’s College Basketball Players This Year

Today, we will be looking at the best returning players in College Basketball this season. Last year, we had surprises like Robert Williams and Miles Bridges who decided to return to college even though they would’ve easily been considered lottery picks in their specific draft. This year, we didn’t have those kind of surprise returns,

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Carsen Edwards

Purdue Head Coach Matt Painter on Carsen Edwards: “I Never Want to Take Away From His Ability to Score”

Preseason Big Ten Player of the Year Carsen Edwards has a much different environment this season. Vincent Edwards, Dakota Mathias, and Ethan Haas were senior starters and anchoring contributors to one of the top teams in the country last season. This season, Edwards might need to take on more of a more aggressive role for

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Geo Baker

Geo Baker Ready To Be “That Guy” For Rutgers, Describes Team As Hungry

The expectation for a breakout season from Rutgers sophomore guard Geo Baker comes from head coach Steve Pikiell down to Baker himself. As a freshman, Baker helped the Scarlet Knights make a resounding impression in the Big Ten Tournament last March. He scored 15 points in the second round against Indiana and 25 points against

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Schmidt Talking Roundtable: George Mason Preview

George Mason enters the 2018-19 season as the ultimate sleeper in the Atlantic 10. Last season they nearly held that same title, but road struggles and lack of size kept them in the middle of the conference. With a majority of their core returning and a transfer adding size to their front court, George Mason

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Ethan Happ

Wisconsin’s Ethan Happ Talks About His Patient Game and Big Ten Players He’s Learned From

If you’ve paid any real attention to college basketball over the last few years then you know that Wisconsin big man Ethan Happ has been a dominant force of the Big Ten Conference. Happ has earned All-Big Ten honors in back to back seasons, and last season he tallied over 500 points, 250 rebounds, and

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Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 34: Preseason Atlantic 10 Awards

The college basketball season will be upon us sooner than later, and there is a lot of hype around what the Atlantic 10 could be this year. Last year, there were three NCAA Tournament teams in St. Bonaventure, University of Rhode Island, and Davidson. This year, with a more balanced league compared to the past,

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Cassius Stanley Narrows List Down to Three Schools

Sierra Canyon five-star guard Cassius Stanley is one of the best players from the class of 2019. Coming in at number two on our Top 10 High School Hoopers list Stanley has had every major division one school in the nation salivating at the prospect of him joining their program. (Image credit: Matt Clayburn/Instagram) Last week Stanley

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Schmidt Talking Episode 32: Justin Winston chose St. Bonaventure

On this episode of the Schmidt Talking podcast, Alec and Kyle discuss the verbal commitment from Class of 2019 recruit Justin Winston of the Putnam Science Academy. Winston confirmed his commitment last week in his tweet on his Twitter page (@BBM_Justin). GO BONNIES!!!🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/jjllG7zUDh — J_DOT35 (@BBM__Justin) September 17, 2018 The signing came as a

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Schmidt Talking Ep. 31: Atlantic 10 Schedule Breakdown

The St. Bonaventure Bonnies finished 14-4 in the Atlantic 10 conference last season, totaling the most amount of conference in the program’s history. This year, the Bonnies look to do the same in the year’s conference schedule. With a seemingly much deeper conference, and losing two of the top scorers in the league on their

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Atlantic 10

Atlantic 10 Transfers to Watch in 2018-19

The Atlantic 10 Conference enters the 2018-2019 regular season with major contributors no longer on their respective rosters. Jaylen Adams, Matt Mobley, Peyton Aldridge, Justin Tillman, B.J. Johnson, E.C. Matthews, Jared Terrell, Yuta Watanabe, Shavar Newkirk, and James Demery all graduated. This forced plenty of teams to be active on the transfer market the last

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