Experts that bet basketball odds are aware that the Dragons return eight players from their 23-9 squad that led the nation in road wins a year ago. Drexel is definitely one of the top contenders in the Colonial Athletic Association this season.
College basketball odds experts know that senior center Frank Elegar has developed into one of the league’s top post players, averaging 16.0 points and 6.7 rebounds per game. Basketball odds experts know that he earned second team All-CAA honors. College basketball odds experts see that he will be joined up front by senior Randy Oveneke, sophomore Kenny Tribbett and Boston College transfer Evan Neisler. Basketball odds experts know that Drexel faces the task of replacing a pair of veterans in the backcourt, but juniors Scott Rodgers (8.0 ppg) and Tramayne Hawthorne
(7.3 ppg) do have experience. Experts that bet college basketball odds see that the Dragons are looking for increased contributions from sophomores Rob Hampton and Lance Feurtado. Basketball odds experts see that freshmen Gerald Colds and Jamie Harris, could battle for the starting point guard spot.
Many experts that bet college basketball odds felt Drexel deserved to be in the NCAA Tournament last year. They were 23-9 overall and 13-5 in the CAA as fans of college basketball odds remember. College basketball odds experts believe that head coach James "Bruiser" Flint may have his team ready right from the start with a chip on their shoulder. College basketball odds experts know that Elegar will have to lead them but he is capable of doing just that. Drexel has always been known for defense according to experts that bet college basketball odds. They lose forward Chaz Crawford who had 318 blocked shots in his career. Crawford was last year's Defensive Player of the Year in the Colonial Athletic Association as experts of college basketball odds remember.
College basketball odds experts know that Drexel is one of the conference favorites this season. If they play as they did a year ago most college basketball odds experts believe they will not get snubbed again by the NCAA Tourney committee.