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College Preview Home | Top 144 Previews | Head Coach Interviews

Is UNC #1? Florida's dynasty done? Who is the best freshman?

CHN ranks and previews the Top 144 teams and releases one per day leading up to the opening of the 2007-08 college basketball season.


Stop admiring our 07-08 picks, move on to: The 2008-09 Preview!


Check out our other Preview Content Including Preseason Awards, and our complete 341 Team D1 ranking.


2007-08 Top 144

#1: UCLA Bruins

A perfectly constructed starting five has the fire-power and defense to go all the way. 

#2: Memphis Tigers

Coming off a 33-win season, the Tigers return all 5 starters.. and add arguably their best in Derrick Rose. 

#3: North Carolina Tar Heels

Based on talent alone, there might not be a better team in the country than Kansas. 

#4: Kansas Jayhawks

Based on talent alone, there might not be a better team in the country than Kansas. 

#5: Tennessee Volunteers

Bruce Pearl has assembled a deep roster loaded with talent. 

#6: Louisville Cardinals

Rick Pitino's up and coming squad is CHN's favorite to win the competitive Big East. 

#7: Michigan State Spartans

Drew Neitzel leads an underrated squad that will contend for the Big Ten title. 

#8: Marquette Golden Eagles

A trio of talented guards hope to lead the Golden Eagles to new heights. 

#9: Georgetown Hoyas

Potential National Player of the Year Roy Hibbert returns to lead the Hoyas. 

#10: Indiana Hoosiers

A senior forward and a heralded freshman give Hoosier fans hope of renewed glory. 

#11: Duke Blue Devils

Coach K expects to start another lengthy string of Sweet Sixteen trips. 

#12: USC Trojans

The OJ Mayo show starts its a yearlong run of shows in Los Angeles. 

#13: Washington State Cougars

Led by Weaver & Low, the Cougars hope to prove last year was no fluke. 

#14: Gonzaga Bulldogs

Despite loss of Raivio & Mallon, Gonzaga arguably has more talent then ever before. 

#15: Arkansas Razorbacks

John Pelphrey walks into what should be an automatic NCAA Tournament bid. 

#16: Texas Longhorns

Durant takes his trade to the NBA, but there's still a lot of talent down in Austin. 

#17: Stanford Cardinal

Brook Lopez issues aside, Stanford has the talent to make the Sweet Sixteen or beyond. 

#18: Connecticut Huskies

Calhoun hopes last year's 17 wins become just a forgotten memory. 

#19: Ohio State Buckeyes

Thad Matta continues to build in Columbus despite the loss of the big three. 

#20: Clemson Tigers

It might be now or never for Clemson to break a decade-long Tournament drought.


Teams #21 to 40


Teams #41 to 60


Teams #61 to 80


Teams #81 to 100


Teams #101 to 120


Teams #121 to 144

Teams #145 to 200
Teams #201 to 275
Teams #276 to 341
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