NCAA Preseason Team of the year 1st team & 2nd team Selections

For those of you whom Bet on College basketball,  on the first team of the year we will have a Kansas Jayhawks freshman Andrew Wiggins who enters this NCAA season with probably more hype than any other college freshman in NCAA Hoops history.  He is 6’8” and a very physical player who someday could be a combo of Scottie Pippen & Tracy McGrady of NBA fame.  If he does not average at least some 18 points per game and 8 rebounds his season will not be successful.

Then their’s senior Russ Smith from Louisville Cardinals who is not necessarily a top NBA prospect but he’s a great player for that Louisville team and its coach as he is a great scorer and even won an award for Efficiency Player of the Year last season and this 5’11” senior will more than likely have more time a point this season in order to seek NBA teams.

Another freshman is Julius Randle from Kentucky Wildcats who is an animal at 6’9” a left-hander who will score often for many points and get a lot of rebounds simply because he’s stronger, bigger , aggressive and much more athletic than many of his college rivals.  He should have a great season if the coach does not move him to play the perimeter.

Another senior is Doug McDermott of Creighton Blue Jays who most likely for the third season will again be an All-American and that’s amazing considering that he selected Creighton of Northern Iowa when most including his father did not feel he had the talent to get a scholarship.  As it turns out he is one of the best scores in the nation and he hopes to show his scoring talent as his team makes a play into the Big East this year.

On the Second team of the year we have a sophomore from Arizona State Sun Devils,  Jahii Carson who has an incredible electric talent for the game and everyone should make an attempt to see this young man play on TV when he’s on the basketball court.

The another sophomore Gary Harris from Michigan State Spartans who had an injury to his shoulder last season and this year he’s out to show all just how good he really is on the court.

A freshman Jabari Parker of Duke Blue Devils who just may be the most talented and skilled college basketball player in the nation and will undoubtedly be the shinning star of the ACC favorite team. Then another Senior from the Syracuse Orange, C.J. Fair who  for three years was a very consistent and underrated player when his team was in the Big East Conference and hopefully that will change now that the team has joined the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Finally we have a sophomore from the Michigan Wolverines who is a very large player that plays very hard  and attacks for rebounds and has more skill that he has exhibited to date. NCAA When you get a chance to Bet on College at the SBG Global online sportsbook watch for these players who can change a game.   Good Luck to all.