2007-2008 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets NCAA Basketball Odds

NCAA basketball odds show that Georgia Tech is expected to finish in the middle of the ACC standings in 2007-2008.

Many experts that follow basketball odds think Georgia Tech can make a run at the NCAA Tournament this season.

NCAA basketball odds show that Georgia Tech has a lot of talent but they will dearly miss Javaris Crittenton who went to the NBA. The Yellow Jackets will also miss Thaddeus Young who went to the NBA but experts at NCAA basketball odds don’t think Georgia Tech will miss Young as much because the frontcourt is deep. Experts at NCAA basketball odds betting think that the key for Georgia Tech will be finding someone to run the point. Walk-on Matt Causey has some experience but Maurice Miller has more talent. Fans of NCAA basketball odds see that Miller was a solid leader in high school and the job may be his. Most fans of NCAA basketball odds think that shooting guard Lance Storrs should have a solid year. The new name in the frontcourt for fans of NCAA basketball odds to remember is Gani Lawal. He can do it all and will be difficult to stop and could make an impact right away for fans of NCAA basketball odds. Redshirt freshman Brad Sheehan also has a lot of potential as fans of NCAA basketball odds are aware.

Many experts at NCAA basketball odds think the frontcourt could be decent with Jeremis Smith, Ra’Sean Dickey, Zach Peacock, Mouhammad Faye and Alade Aminu. Fans of basketball odds see that Smith led the team with 5.9 rebounds per game last season. The frontcourt is deep and talented as fans of basketball odds see. The Yellow Jackets get Lewis Clinch back and he should definitely help lead the offense and make an impact in basketball odds. He shot almost 48 percent from three point range last year for fans of NCAA basketball odds. Anthony Morrow should also be able to score and help the offense. D’Andre Bell is the only other returning guard.

Fans of NCAA basketball odds see that the lineup for Georgia Tech looks to have Miller and Clinch as the guards, Morrow and Smith upfront and Peacock in the middle. The Yellow Jackets could finish anywhere from 4th or 5th in the conference to 7th or 8th. It will be a matter of the new players meshing together and hoping that Miller can run the point effectively.