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College Basketball Top Teams

Nov 18, 2022 EST

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College basketball rankings: 

1. North Carolina: National runner-up has the personnel to return to the title game.

2. Gonzaga: Drew Timme will be a leading contender for national player of the year.

3. Kentucky: Reigning Naismith player of the year Oscar Tshiebwe returns.

4. UCLA: Jaime Jaquez Jr., and Tyger Campbell will be two of the best leaders in the country.

5. Kansas: Jalen Wilson leads another experienced Jayhawk crew.

6. Houston: Marcus Sasser is a legit player-of-the year candidate/first-team all-American.

7. Indiana: The Hoosiers are the team to beat in the Big Ten with Trayce Jackson-Davis.

8. TCU: Jamie Dixon has his team back and in position to challenge for the Big 12 title.

9. Duke: Jon Scheyer has the best recruiting class in the country.

10. Creighton: The Bluejays will be the Big East’s best with a healthy roster.

11. Baylor: The Bears have restocked for another Big 12 title chase.

12. Texas: Chris Beard has worked the transfer portal as well as any coach in the country.  

13. Arkansas: Remember the name Nick Smith. SEC teams surely will know him well.

14. Illinois: The Kofi Cockburn era is over and the Illini could be back to being flyin’ Illini.

15. Michigan State: Expect a breakout season for Joey Hauser.

16. Michigan: Hunter Dickinson will be the anchor needed for the Wolverines to challenge in the Big Ten.

17. Miami: Isaiah Wong will be an ACC player-of-the-year candidate.

18. Dayton: The Flyers have the best young talent in the A-10.

19. Rutgers: Caleb McConnell isn’t just the reigning Big Ten defensive player of the year. He’s going to be one of the better offensive guards.

20. San Diego State: Matt Bradley will be one of the most productive scorers in the West.

21. Florida: Colin Castleton and Kyle Lofton will make matchups difficult for SEC opponents.

22. Purdue: Zach Edey has the middle to himself and that could spell trouble for foes.

23. USC: Drew Peterson is a late-game, big-shot maker.

24. Auburn: Speed. Quickness. Hectic play. The Tigers will be a good watch.

25. Wyoming: Hunter Maldonado and Graham Ike will be names to remember by season’s end.

26. Villanova: Kyle Neptune has enough returning to stay in the hunt in the Big East.

27. Tennessee: The Vols will have a new point guard but enough experience to mount a strong SEC season.

28. Ohio State: The Buckeyes have one of the best newcomer classes in the Big Ten and will be a tough Big Ten out as the season progresses.

29. Virginia: No way Tony Bennett misses the NCAA tournament two seasons in a row at Virginia.

30. Alabama: The Tide will be tough, defensive, and consistently hard to beat.

31. Arizona: The Wildcats won’t be as talented as last season but Tommy Lloyd has the goods to keep the Wildcats in the mix.

32. Texas Tech: Mark Adams’ defensive mindset, a tremendous home court and a winning mindset means the Red Raiders aren’t going anywhere.

33. Xavier: Sean Miller will have the Musketeers back where they belong — in the NCAA tournament.

34. Texas A&M (36): The Aggies lost in the NIT final. They will be an NCAA tournament team.

35. Iowa: Kris Murray is ready to be the go-to player for the Hawkeyes.

36. UConn: A healthy Adama Sonogo means the Huskies are a tournament team.

More consideration:



Saint Mary’s



Oklahoma State

Saint Louis


St. John’s

Iowa State

Florida State



Notre Dame

West Virginia


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