5th Annual College Basketball Draft

dukedevilz

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Did you draft him before or after his dewey? If before, bad luck. If after, poor due diligence…

Drafted him more than a week before the DUI was announced. Bad luck happens, sometimes. I drafted Keyonate Johnson in the 2nd Round last year.
 
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So excited to get this season started. I'm glad @dukedevilz will do daily updated stats for each of our teams sorted by team/win shares. It will make it much easier to know where we stand.

PS - Sorry about the impending job loss while trying to keep this up.
 

dukedevilz

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So excited to get this season started. I'm glad @dukedevilz will do daily updated stats for each of our teams sorted by team/win shares. It will make it much easier to know where we stand.

PS - Sorry about the impending job loss while trying to keep this up.

Hah right. If only I could get a full-time job watching basketball and analyzing stats all day. How do I make that happen?

@dukedevilz doesn't have a job. How do you think he has time to do all this?

State jobs are awesome. Seriously.
 

WojoRising

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Hah right. If only I could get a full-time job watching basketball and analyzing stats all day. How do I make that happen?



State jobs are awesome. Seriously.
I’m sure you’re mostly joking, but start a pay-site requiring subscriptions. I guarantee you’d get more than a few subs from this site alone. Myself included.

Very similar to what @JimboBBN has done with Onlyfans, only with basketball.
 

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I’m sure you’re mostly joking, but start a pay-site requiring subscriptions. I guarantee you’d get more than a few subs from this site alone. Myself included.

Very similar to what @JimboBBN has done with Onlyfans, only with basketball.
Please, child. I get more hits than Rafters after a John Higgins called game.
 

boilerzz

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Hah right. If only I could get a full-time job watching basketball and analyzing stats all day. How do I make that happen?
You can start by having really bad hair and awful takes.

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boilerzz

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Myles Johnson’s defense will make him one of the college basketball’s most impactful transfers
UCLA blocked 69 shots as a team last season en route to its first Final Four appearance under Mick Cronin. Johnson blocked 68 while he was at Rutgers. That type of math isn’t difficult to decipher. The 6-10 Johnson will drastically change the Bruins on the boards and the front of the rim.


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Alright @dukedevilz we are one night in. Who has this wrapped up and who is already as good as eliminated?
 

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Alright @dukedevilz we are one night in. Who has this wrapped up and who is already as good as eliminated?
Win Shares
1.Justin Moore Villanova 0.5
2.Alex Barcello BYU 0.4
3.Josip Vrankic Santa Clara 0.4
4.Jordan Minor Merrimack 0.4
5.Brandon Slater Villanova 0.4
6.Darius Days LSU 0.4
7.Rocky Kreuser North Dakota State 0.4
8.Keon Ellis Alabama 0.4
9.John-Michael Wright High Point 0.4
10.Tyler Brelsford Bryant 0.4

Boom! 3 of the top 6 guys have been drafted. Could be anyone's game

Justin Moore- Noahtogo
Alex Barcello- WojoRising
Darius Days- WeAreDePaul

...okay, I'll get those composite rankings out today. I
 

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Win Shares
1.Justin Moore Villanova0.5
2.Alex Barcello BYU0.4
3.Josip Vrankic Santa Clara0.4
4.Jordan Minor Merrimack0.4
5.Brandon Slater Villanova0.4
6.Darius Days LSU0.4
7.Rocky Kreuser North Dakota State0.4
8.Keon Ellis Alabama0.4
9.John-Michael Wright High Point0.4
10.Tyler Brelsford Bryant0.4

Boom! 3 of the top 6 guys have been drafted. Could be anyone's game

Justin Moore- Noahtogo
Alex Barcello- WojoRising
Darius Days- WeAreDePaul

...okay, I'll get those composite rankings out today. I
Damnit, I knew Rocky Kreuser was a deep sleeper.
 
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A lot of people questioned it, but I knew Barcello was going to be special for me
 

dukedevilz

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Here are the composite rankings. If you're the #1 rated player, you receive 100 points. #100 player receives 1 point.

3MW= Three Man Weave
MTM= Making The Madness
NG= The News-Gazette
Athlon= Athlon
DD= dukedevilz

PlayerSchool3MWMTMNGATHCBSDDTotalAVG
1​
Drew TimmeGonzaga10010099100100100599
99.8​
2​
Kofi CockburnIllinois999698979999588
98.0​
3​
Paolo BancheroDuke979897999897586
97.7​
4​
Johnny JuzangUCLA9199100989795580
96.7​
5​
Chet HolmgrenGonzaga989795939698577
96.2​
6​
EJ LiddellOhio State969196929093558
93.0​
7​
Trayce Jackson-DavisIndiana949484969394555
92.5​
8​
Hunter DickinsonMichigan959592849196553
92.2​
9​
Max AbmasOral Roberts879391949490549
91.5​
10​
Collin GillespieVillanova939088869292541
90.2​
11​
Trevion WilliamsPurdue928593899585539
89.8​
12​
Jaden IveyPurdue869285917891523
87.2​
12​
Marcus CarrTexas908694838882523
87.2​
14​
Julian ChampagnieSt.John's818987877389506
84.3​
15​
Emoni BatesMemphis888277818281491
81.8​
16​
Kendric DavisSMU896589817684484
80.7​
17​
Buddy BoeheimSyracuse527982958678472
78.7​
18​
Jahvon QuinerlyAlabama796880748783471
78.5​
19​
Scotty PippenVanderbilt776081906688462
77.0​
20​
Patrick BaldwinMilwaukee847768827458443
73.8​
21​
Remy MartinKansas835690378987442
73.7​
22​
Kennedy ChandlerTennessee767564588186440
73.3​
23​
Terrence ShannonTexas Tech657276777077437
72.8​
24​
Jaime JaquezUCLA387063888480423
70.5​
25​
Armando BacotNorth Carolina804872728363418
69.7​
26​
Tyson EtienneWichita State577878676765412
68.7​
27​
Ochai AgbajiKansas608734798554399
66.5​
28​
Matthew MayerBaylor696957617269397
66.2​
29​
Andrew NembhardGonzaga784066758057396
66.0​
30​
Kellan GradyKentucky707371685550387
64.5​
31​
Marcus SasserHouston718852556946381
63.5​
32​
Keve AlumaVirginia Tech727133626871377
62.8​
33​
David McCormackKansas5382NR805674345
57.5​
34​
Jaden ShackelfordAlabama737479484122337
56.2​
35​
Alex BarcelloBYU827683NR1675332
55.3​
36​
TyTy WashigntonKentucky596261423176331
55.2​
37​
Jabari SmithAuburn428322695756329
54.8​
38​
Andre CurbeloIllinois85186NR7779328
54.7​
39​
Caleb HoustanMichigan646767472060325
54.2​
40​
Grant SherfieldNevada548475122566316
52.7​
41​
Justin MooreVillanova276451546455315
52.5​
42​
Jalen DurenMemphis615270NR6562310
51.7​
43​
Adam FlaglerBaylor75NR73716324306
51.0​
44​
Bennedict MathurinArizona67NR46525372290
48.3​
45​
Isaiah MobleyUSC4143NR857534278
46.3​
46​
Will RichardsonOregon634727165470277
46.2​
47​
Oscar TshiebweKentucky443169144368269
44.8​
48​
James AkinjoBaylor58505483461265
44.2​
49​
Ron HarperRutgers344931386044256
42.7​
50​
Dawson GarciaNorth Carolina681760501341249
41.5​
51​
Azuolas TubelisArizona312437643352241
40.2​
51​
Iverson MolinarMississippi State174441533551241
40.2​
53​
Paul ScruggsXavier511919393973240
40.0​
54​
Jermaine SamuelsVillanova265259451839239
39.8​
55​
Tyger CampbellUCLA56NR50663233237
39.5​
56​
Eric AyalaMaryland11NR12597967228
38.0​
57​
Mark WilliamsDuke1555NR785127226
37.7​
58​
Kenneth LoftonLouisiana Tech463755NR4740225
37.5​
59​
Caleb MillsFlorida State402958NR6136224
37.3​
60​
Osun OsunniyiSaint Bonaventure25634444NR29205
34.2​
61​
DeVante' JonesMichigan1215747627NR204
34.0​
62​
Nate WatsonProvidence63038601749200
33.3​
63​
Isaiah WongMiamiNR917734654199
33.2​
64​
Tre MitchellTexas74NR62NRNR59195
32.5​
65​
Marcus BagleyArizona StateNR3436515911191
31.8​
66​
Colin CastletonFlorida48NR16342964191
31.8​
67​
Matt BradleySan Diego State661628NR3042182
30.3​
68​
Timmy AllenTexasNR1456702415179
29.8​
68​
Caleb LoveNorth Carolina438147NR8NR179
29.8​
70​
JD DavisonAlabama396124463NR173
28.8​
71​
Antoine DavisDetroit303920202637172
28.7​
72​
Jalen WilsonKansas5518NR5640NR169
28.2​
73​
David RoddyColorado State373345NRNR48163
27.2​
74​
Posh AlexanderSt. John's29NR39492816161
26.8​
75​
Michael DevoeGeorgia Tech323832NR743152
25.3​
76​
Andrew JonesTexas50NR351349NR147
24.5​
77​
Jayden GardnerVirginia49NR4018NR30137
22.8​
78​
Davonte DavisArkansas2880NRNRNR25133
22.2​
79​
Quincy GuerrierOregon2035NR151447131
21.8​
80​
AJ GriffinDukeNR416522NRNR128
21.3​
81​
Walker KesslerAuburn13NRNR573620126
21.0​
82​
Kyle LoftonSaint Bonaventure35NR49NR635125
20.8​
83​
Javonte PerkinsSaint Louis623230NRNRNR124
20.7​
83​
Taevion KinseyMarshallNRNR11631931124
20.7​
85​
Courtney RameyTexasNR54NR3037NR121
20.2​
85​
Isiaih MosleyMissouri StateNR5142NRNR28121
20.2​
87​
Zach EdeyPurdueNRNR2317114118
19.7​
88​
Sahvir WheelerKentucky47NR5311NRNR111
18.5​
89​
Keegan MurrayIowaNRNRNR65441110
18.3​
89​
Avery AndersonOklahoma StateNR46NRNr4519110
18.3​
91​
Landers NolleyMemphisNR5825NR21NR104
17.3​
92​
DeAndre WilliamsMemphis458NRNR48NR101
16.8​
93​
Darius DaysLSU36NRNR40101399
16.5​
93​
Jabari WalkerColorado853NR33NR599
16.5​
95​
Max ChristieMichigan StateNR2843NRNR2697
16.2​
96​
Chris LykesArkansasNR368NR50NR94
15.7​
97​
Kevin ObanorTexas TechNR1148622NR87
14.5​
97​
Donta ScottMarylandNRNRNR3552NR87
14.5​
99​
Keion BrooksKentuckyNRNRNR2462NR86
14.3​
100​
Kadary RichmondSeton Hall24NRNR19NR3881
13.5​
101​
Mike MilesTCU366NRNR11080
13.3​
101​
Peyton WatsonUCLANR5723NRNRNR80
13.3​
103​
Kyler EdwardsHouston4NR6NR58977
12.8​
104​
Jacob GilyardRichmond212721NR4NR73
12.2​
105​
Trent FrazierIllinoisNR4213NR12NR67
11.2​
106​
Johnni BroomeMorehead StateNR2226NRNR1765
10.8​
107​
Kendall BrownBaylor10457NRNRNR62
10.3​
108​
Prentiss HubbNotre DameNRNR9369761
10.2​
109​
Nijel PackKansas StateNR59NRNRNRNR59
9.8​
110​
Zach FreemantleXavierNR7528NR1858
9.7​
111​
Myreon JonesFloridaNR25291NRNR55
9.2​
112​
Jared RhodenSeton HallNRNRNR7NR4552
8.7​
113​
Anthony PoliteFlorida State14NRNRNR152150
8.3​
114​
Josiah-Jordan JamesTennesseeNRNRNR43NRNR43
7.2​
114​
Hyunjung LeeDavidsonNRNRNR21NR2243
7.2​
116​
Taz ShermanWest VirginiaNR10NRNRNR3242
7.0​
117​
Fatts RussellMarylandNRNRNRNR42NR42
7.0​
118​
Jordan HallSaint Joseph'sNRNRNR41NRNR41
6.8​
119​
Keith WilliamsWestern Kentucky22NR18NRNRNR40
6.7​
120​
Qudus WahabMarylandNR5NR523639
6.5​
121​
Garrison BrooksMississippi StateNRNRNRNR38NR38
6.3​
122​
Allen FlaniganAuburnNR4NR32NRNR36
6.0​
123​
Harrison IngramStanford33NRNRNRNRNR33
5.5​
124​
Kihei ClarkVirginia18NRNRNR11NR29
4.8​
124​
Tyson WalkerMichigan State2NRNR27NRNR29
4.8​
124​
Dylan DisuTexasNRNRNR29NRNR29
4.8​
127​
RJ ColeConnecticut23NR3NRNRNR26
4.3​
127​
Jacob YoungOregonNR26NRNRNRNR26
4.3​
127​
Stanley UmudeArkansasNRNRNR26NRNR26
4.3​
130​
AJ GreenNorthern Iowa9NR14NR2NR25
4.2​
130​
Emmanuel MillerTCUNRNRNR25NRNR25
4.2​
132​
Jamaree BouyeaSan Francisco19NR4NRNRNR23
3.8​
132​
Nate LeszewskiNotre DameNRNRNR23NRNR23
3.8​
132​
Chuck HarrisButlerNR23NRNRNRNR23
3.8​
135​
Tanner GrovesOklahomaNR21NRNRNRNR21
3.5​
136​
Michael FlowersWashington StateNR20NRNRNRNR20
3.3​
136​
Bryce HamiltonUNLV5NR15NRNRNR20
3.3​
138​
Paul AtkinsonNotre DameNRNRNR17NRNR17
2.8​
139​
Jordan BohannonIowa16NRNRNRNRNR16
2.7​
140​
Noah WilliamsWashington State7NRNR4NR415
2.5​
141​
Isaiah StevensColorado StateNR6NRNRNR814
2.3​
141​
Jae'Lyn WithersLouisvilleNRNRNR2NR1214
2.3​
143​
Nick MuszynskiBelmontNR13NRNRNRNR13
2.2​
144​
Hunter SallisGonzagaNR12NRNRNRNR12
2.0​
145​
Adama SanogoConnecticutNRNR10NRNRNR10
1.7​
145​
Rasir BoltonGonzagaNRNRNR10NRNR10
1.7​
147​
Warith AlatisheOregon StateNRNRNR9NRNR9
1.5​
148​
Wendell MooreDukeNRNRNRNR5NR5
0.8​
149​
Xavier JohnsonIndianaNRNRNR3NRNR3
0.5​
149​
Gaige PrimmMissouri StateNRNRNRNRNR33
0.5​
149​
Roman PennDrakeNR3NRNRNRNR3
0.5​
152​
Matthew ClevelandFlorida StateNR2NRNRNRNR2
0.3​
152​
Justin PowellTennesseeNRNRNRNRNR22
0.3​
154​
Darius PerryCentral FloridaNRNR1NRNRNR1
0.2​
154​
John FulkersonTennessee1NRNRNRNRNR1
0.2​
 

dukedevilz

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And here's the details of those awards...

NPOY: Drew Timme, Gonzaga
1st Team All-American
Drew Timme, Gonzaga
Kofi Cockburnm, Illinois
Paolo Banchero, Duke
Johnny Juzang, UCLA
Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga

2nd Team All-American
EJ Liddell, Ohio State
Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana
Hunter Dickinson, Michigan
Max Abmas, Oral Roberts
Collin Gillespie, Villanova

3rd Team All-American
Trevion Williams, Purdue
Jaden Ivey, Purdue
Marcus Carr, Texas
Julian Champagnie, St.John's
Emoni Bates, Memphis

HM All-Americans (last year there were 31 from high majors, 7 from mid-majors, and 4 from low-majors, so I followed that pattern):

High Majors
Buddy Boehein, Syracuse
Jahvon Quinerly, Alabama
Scotty Pippen, Vanderbilt
Remy Martin, Kansas
Kennedy Chandler, Tennessee
Terrence Shannon, Texas Tech
Jaime Jaquez, UCLA
Armando Bacot, North Carolina
Ochai Agbaji, Kansas
Matthew Mayer, Baylor
Kellan Grady, Kentucky
Keve Aluma, Virignia Tech
David McCormack, Kansas
Jaden Shackelford, Alabama
TyTy Washington, Kentucky
Jabari Smith, Auburn
Andre Curbelo, Illinois
Caleb Houstan, Michigan
Justin Moore, Villanova
Adam Flagler, Baylor
Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona
Isaiah Mobley, USC
Will Richardson, Oregon
Oscar Tshiebwe, Kentucky
James Akinjo, Baylor
Ron Harper, Rutgers
Dawson Garcia, North Carolina
Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona
Iverson Molinar, Missisippi State
Paul Scruggs, Xavier
Jermaine Samuels, Villanova
Mid-Majors
Kendric Davis, SMU
Tyson Etienne, Wichita State
Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga
Marcus Sasser, Houston
Alex Barcello, BYU
Grant Sherfield, Nevada
Jalen Duren, Memphis
Low-Majors
Patrick Baldwin, Milwaukee
Antoine Davis, Detroit
Johnni Broome, Morehead State
Nick Muszynski, Belmont

ACC
1st Team
3. Paolo Banchero, Duke
17. Buddy Boeheim, Syracuse
25. Armando Bacot, North Carolina
32. Keve Aluma, Virginia Tech
50. Dawson Garcia, North Carolina

2nd Team
57. Mark Williams, Duke
59. Caleb Mills, Florida State
63. Isaiah Wong, Miami
68. Caleb Love, North Carolina
75. Michael Devoe, Georgia Tech

3rd Team
77. Jayden Gardner, Virginia
80. AJ Griffin, Duke
108. Prentiss Hubb, Notre Dame
113. Anthony Polite, Florida State
124. Kihei Clark, Virginia

BIG EAST
1st Team
10. Collin Gillespie, Villanova
14. Julian Champagnie, St.John's
41. Justin Moore, Villanova
53. Paul Scruggs, Xavier
54. Jermaine Samuels, Villanova

2nd Team
62. Nate Watson, Providence
74. Posh Alexander, St.John's
100. Kadary Richmond, Seton Hall
110. Zach Freemantle, Xavier
112. Jared Rhoden, Seton Hall

3rd Team
127. RJ Cole, Connecticut
132. Chuck Harris, Butler
145. Adama Sanogo, Connecticut

BIG 12
1st Team

12. Marcus Carr, Texas
21. Remy Martin, Kansas
23. Terrence Shannon, Texas Tech
27. Ochai Agbaji, Kansas
28. Matthew Mayer, Baylor

2nd Team
33. David McCormack, Kansas
43. Adam Flagler, Baylor
48. James Akinjo, Baylor
64. Tre Mitchell, Texas
68. Timmy Allen, Texas

3rd Team
72. Jalen Wilson, Kansas
76. Andrew Jones, Texas
85. Courtney Ramey, Texas
89. Avery Anderson, Oklahoma State
97. Kevin Obanor, Texas Tech

BIG TEN
1st Team

2. Kofi Cockburn, Illinois
6. EJ Liddell, Ohio State
7. Trayce Jackson Davis, Indiana
8. Hunter Dickinson, Michigan
11. Trevion Williams, Purdue

2nd Team
12. Jaden Ivey, Purdue
38. Andre Curbelo, Illinois
39. Caleb Houstan, Michigan
49. Ron Harper, Rutgers
56. Eric Ayala, Maryland

3rd Team
61. DeVante' Jones, Michigan
87. Zach Edey, Purdue
89. Keegan Murray, Iowa
95. Max Christie, Michigan State
97. Donta Scott, Maryland

PAC 12
1st Team

4. Johnny Juzang, UCLA
24. Jaime Jaquez, UCLA
44. Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona
45. Isaiah Mobley, USC
46. Will Richardson, Oregon

2nd Team
51. Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona
55. Tyger Campbell, UCLA
65. Marcus Bagley, Arizona State
79. Quincy Guerrier, Oregon
93. Jabari Walker, Colorado

3rd Team
101. Peyton Watson, UCLA
123. Harrison Ingarm, Stanford
127. Jacob Young, Oregon
136. Michael Flowers, Washington State
140. Noah Williams, Washington State

SEC
1st Team

18. Jahvon Quinerly, Alabama
19. Scotty Pippen, Vanderbilt
22. Kennedy Chandler, Tennessee
30. Kellan Grady, Kentucky
34. Jaden Shackelford, Alabama

2nd Team
36. TyTy Washington, Kentucky
37. Jabari Smith, Auburn
47. Oscar Tshiebwe, Kentucky
52. Iverson Molinar, Mississippi State
66. Colin Castleton, Florida

3rd Team
70. JD Davison, Alabama
78. Davonte Davis, Arkansas
81. Walker Kessler, Auburn
88. Sahvir Wheeler, Kentucky
93. Darius Days, LSU

AAC
1st Team

15. Emoni Bates, Memphis
16. Kendric Davis, SMU
26. Tyson Etienne, Wichita State
31. Marcus Sasser, Houston
42. Jalen Duren, Memphis

2nd Team
91.Landers Nolley, Memphis
92. DeAndre Williams, Memphis
103. Kyler Edwards, Houston
154. Darius Perry, UCF

WCC
1st Team

1. Drew Timme, Gonzaga
5. Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga
29. Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga
35. Alex Barcello, BYU
132. Jamaree Bouyea, San Francisco

A10
1st Team

60. Osun Osunniyi, Saint Bonaventure
82. Kyle Lofton, Saint Bonaventure
104. Jacob Gilyard, Richmond
114. Hyunjung Lee, Davidson
118. Jordan Hall, Saint Joseph's

MWC
1st Team

40. Grant Sherfield, Nevada
67. Matt Bradley, San Diego State
73. David Roddy, Colorado State
136. Bryce Hamilton, UNLV
141. Isaiah Stevens, Colorado State
 
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dukedevilz

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So...

Cumulative Composite Rankings:
1. boilerzz, 479.2
2. dukedevilz, 449.2
3. Noahtogo24, 433.8
4. FaithPlusOne, 422.7
5. WeAreDePaul, 422.5
6. JimboBBN, 419.2
7. WojoRising, 414.7
8. MGC_07, 414.6
9. Jaycg15, 397.3
10. GE Nole, 362.4 (411.4 with Javonte Perkins)
11. duckboy33, 348.4
12. hailtoyourvictor, 315.1

Award Projections:
1. WojoRising, 51
2. JimboBBN, 50
3. dukedevilz, 48
3. boilerzz, 48
5. FaithPlusOne, 45
6. Noahtogo24, 44
6. GE Nole, 44
6. WeAreDePaul, 44
9. duckboy33, 42
10. MGC_07, 41
10. Jaycg15, 41
12. hailtoyourvictor, 37

Obviously this is wildly incomplete. I'm factoring in all 12 players, in the actual final results there will be only 9 players. Win Shares will change the trajectories of some teams... And the biggest issue, of course, is we always overvalue and undervalue players. I'll also concede that my rankings make up 1/6 of this, so the rankings are biased a little bit in my favor.

Ochai Agbaji looked like a stud the other night. With Timme and Agbaji, Jimbo's going to be tough. boilerzz also destroyed everyone on the composite rankings, so you gotta like his chances, as well.
 

dukedevilz

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My 12th round pick, Manny Bates, is likely out for the season... one freaking minute into the season. Thought he would be a steal in Round 12, as he was the most likely candidate to win ACC DPOY.

 
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I always want to win, but would be okay with 5th. Definitely don’t want last.