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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. 

 

Teams 121 to 144

#121: Sam Houston State Bearkats

Last year's second place finisher is led by solid senior Ryan Bright (15 ppg).

#122: Hofstra Pride

Quality long range shooter Antonio Agudio (20 ppg) returns to lead the Pride.

#123: Albany Great Danes

Despite losing Jamar Wilson (19 ppg), Albany has enough talent to win the America East.

#124: Indiana State Sycamores

New coach Kevin McKenna has the building blocks in place for a decent MVC finish.

#125: Penn State Nittany Lions

Forwards Geary Claxton (16 ppg) and Jamelle Cornley (14 ppg) come back for another go around in the Big Ten.

#126: CS Fullerton Titans

Even without Bobby Brown, the Titans are serious contenders in the Big West.

#127: Miami (OH) Redhawks

Senior forward Tim Pollitz is in the running for MAC Player of the Year.

#128: Hampton Pirates

Solid point guard Rashad West gives Hampton a heads up on the rest of the MEAC.

#129: Bucknell Bison

Bucknell will try to remain competitive in the Patriot League despite losing center Chris McNaughton.

#130: Utah Utes

After underachieving last year, the Utes should improve thanks to big man Luke Nevill (17 ppg)

#131: St. John's Red Storm

The rebuilding process continues with just as many questions as last year.

#132: Charleston Cougars

Bobby Cremins Cougars are still a year away from challenging for a SoCo title.

#133: Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks

ULM's guard heavy attack will be very competitive in the Sun Belt Conference .

#134: South Carolina Gamecocks

Transfers Devan Downey and Zam Frederick lead a new look Gamecocks squad.

#135: Marist Red Foxes

Even without Jared Jordan, Marist should still be competitve in the MAAC .

#136: Wisconsin Green Bay Phoenix

The long-range bombing Phoenix will be competitive in the surprisingly deep Horizon.

#137: High Point Panthers

Is senior Arizona AZ Reid (21 ppg) ready to push the Panthers into the tournament?

#138: Iowa State Cyclones

Greg McDermott hopes to make another improvement in year two of the rebuilding project.

#139: Central Florida Knights

Despite the loss of Josh Peppers, a new arena and a quality backcourt have UCF fans hopefule.

#140: Eastern Kentucky Colonels

A return trip to the Big Dance is not out of the question for Mike Rose and crew.

#141: Sacred Heart Pioneers

The NEC's best backcourt should be in line for a conference title.

#142: Jackson State Tigers

Even without Trey Johnson, a surprisingly deep team should be able to win the SWAC.

#143: Mississippi Rebels

The Rebels surprised with an NIT bid, but an inexperienced backcourt will be too much to overcome in 08.

#144: Oakland Grizzlies

The top 144 gets rolling with the 2nd place team of the new Summit League.

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