January 2nd, 2007 by Shawn Siegel
Legit Sweet Sixteen contender
16% (16 votes)
Deserves to be in the Top 25
26% (25 votes)
Will be a fringe NCAA Tournament team
41% (40 votes)
Should be happy to make the NIT
9% (9 votes)
Not even postseason worthy
8% (8 votes)
Total votes: 98
November 10th, 2006 by Jeff Fox
The former UCONN star's battle to make it back to the NBA has gone overseas, where El-Amin has continued his winning ways and has become one of the best players in Europe.
October 10th, 2006 by Eric Silver
The Big East welcomes one of its deepest and most talented freshmen classes in recent history. Who will start? Who will sit? Who will star? Eric Silver breaks it all done in his Impact Freshmen Report. Part Two includes All-Rookie predictions and players almost guaranteed to start.
October 9th, 2006 by Eric Silver
The Big East welcomes one of its deepest and most talented freshmen classes in recent history. Who will start? Who will sit? Who will star? Eric Silver breaks it all done in his Impact Freshmen Report.
September 28th, 2006 by Eric Silver
The task of ranking power forwards is complicated by the fact that some teams do not have a legitimate center and play a combination of two guards and three forwards or three guards and two forwards. Either way, it becomes necessary to determine which forward would most likely be designated as a 5 and which would be viewed as a 4.
June 22nd, 2006
Team by team breakdown of the incoming Big East talent. Connecticut, Louisville, Villanova, and West Virginia have the top four classes.
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