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NCAA Basketball 2015-2016 Predictions

2015-16 NCAA Basketball Predictions
1. North Carolina
The Tar Heels are only losing two players which won’t be a huge factor because of the players they have returning. Marcus Paige, Brice Johnson, Justin Jackson, Kennedy Meeks, Isaiah Hicks, Joel Berry and Nate Britt are all returning. This team I full of experienced players.
2. Oklahoma
Oklahoma’s star player Buddy Hield is returning to The Sooners. Four starters in total will be back for the 2015-2016 season.
3. Kansas
A big factor of Kansas’ ranking is the return of Perry Elis and Wayne Seldon. We can never know for sure, though, because of their rough fall against Wichita State in the third round of the
NCAA tournament.
4. Kentucky
It is going to be hard to tell how the season is going to turn out for the Wildcats, but every year, they make a run in the NCAA tournament. Last year was a historical season for Kentucky.-an undefeated season and they made it to the Final Four.
5. Villanova
Villanova had an exceptional year with a record of 33-3. They will be missing three of their starters but have All-American Jalen Brunson
6. Arizona
The Wildcats lost some really good players but still have some outstanding athletes. It’ll be hard to tell how Arizona’s season will turn out, though.
7. SMU
The Mustangs were the power house of the American Athletic Conference with a record of 27-7 and are returning with most of their rotation players. Head coach Larry Brown is still continuing to build up this Southern Methodist University program.
8. Iowa State
The Cyclones have some major players coming back like Georges Niang, Monte’ Morris, Naz Long, Jameel McKay, and Matt Thomas. Even though they fell to University of Alabama at Birmingham in a major upset, this team can prove a lot this year.
9. Maryland
The Terrapins will be a power house in the Big Ten Conference this upcoming season. They did lose guard Dec Wells, but they are receiving some solid recruits. They are getting a 6’10” center, Diamond Stone, and Robert Carter, a transfer from Virginia Tech.
10. Michigan State
There was no question that the Spartans were the underdog in the late rounds of the NCAA tournament. They made it to the Final Four as a seventh seed.
Prediction is too early for it to be fully accurate for the upcoming college basketball season. We will never know how the rankings will turn out to be until the actual season starts. These predictions made are based off of a combination of last year’s results of these teams and the players that are returning from last year.

Grayson Allen (on the left) and Frank Kaminsky (no the right) jump in the air.

Grayson Allen (on the left) and Frank Kaminsky (no the right) jump in the air.

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