Cotton had led the team in scoring for three straight years and will be missed by gamblers looking at the Detroit NCAA basketball lines.
NCAA basketball lines odds on Detroit will still be interesting to follow this season. Jon Goode and Zach Everingham are fifth-year seniors and will lead Detroit as they make an impact in basketball lines. Detroit also has a five-man sophomore class of Nemanja Jokic, Woody Payne, Jason Praet, Justin Sample and Eulis Stephens that should impact the NCAA basketball lines. Sample should step into the lineup at center and make up for the loss of All-Horizon League center Ryvon Covile according to basketball lines experts.
There is no doubt that Detroit will miss Cotton. He was the do it all scorer and will not be easily replaced according to experts that look at the NCAA basketball lines. NCAA basketball lines experts know that Goode started 31 games as a sophomore and then served as the Titans' sixth man last winter. He should impact the NCAA basketball lines this season. Goode led the 2006 Titans with 106 assists. Everingham should also make a mark for Detroit basketball lines this season. Payne and Stephens are also ready for increased duty on the perimeter according to experts that look at the NCAA basketball lines.
Up front, the Titans have an experienced junior in 6-9 Chris Hayes, who started all 30 games a year ago according to NCAA basketball line experts. He averaged 5.2 ppg in his first year as a starter, and was second to Covile in rebounding (3.6) and blocked shots (11). The Titans also have Jokic (6-6), Praet (6-7) and 6-8 redshirt freshman Russell Allen according to NCAA basketball lines experts. Another junior college addition, 6-8 Michael Harrington, also figures to get playing time according to basketball lines experts. J.C. transfer 6-5 Mychael Broom may get playing time once he comes back from knee surgery according to NCAA basketball lines experts. Overall, the Titans may take a step back in terms of the NCAA basketball lines without Cotton but they may not fall that far.