College basketball rankings: Stanford’s Tyrell Terry stays in NBA Draft; Cardinal slip out of Top 25 And 1


Tyrell Terry wasn’t even a top-100 recruit coming out of high school, according to 247Sports. So when Stanford coach Jerod Haase enrolled the 6-foot-2 guard, there’s no way he thought he’d lose him after just one season.

But … he lost him.

After a surprisingly great freshman season — one in which Terry averaged 14.6 points and 4.5 rebounds while shooting 40.8 percent from 3-point range — the Minnesota native announced on Friday that he will remain in the 2020 NBA Draft, where he’s considered by some to be a likely first-round pick. So it’s impossible to blame Terry for leaving. But that doesn’t mean it’s not a massive loss for Stanford, which has been removed from Version 21.0 of the 2020-21 CBS Sports Preseason Top 25 And 1. 

Stanford was replaced by Florida State. 

If you’ve been following the updates to the Top 25 And 1, you should know that what I do is assume all consensus projected first-round picks will remain in the NBA Draft, make educated guesses about other underclassmen, and omit (for now) all traditional sit-out transfers. Needless to say, when I need to adjust, I’ll adjust. Version 22.0 is likely right around the corner. But, at this moment, Gonzaga is No. 1 based on the idea that Corey Kispert and Joel Ayayi will both withdraw from the NBA Draft. Assuming that happens, the Zags will return four players who averaged at least 14 minutes per game for a team that finished 31-2 last season, and they’ll pair them with a top-15 recruiting class highlighted by five-star guard Jalen Suggs. Oumar Ballo, a four-star center from the Class of 2019 who redshirted last season, is another quality addition that will give Mark Few plenty of options in the frontcourt and enough weapons to win at least 30 games for the fifth consecutive season.

Updated Top 25 And 1 rankings

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Gonzaga

Gonzaga’s roster took a hit when Filip Petrusev decided to forgo his final two years of eligibility to pursue a professional opportunity overseas. But the Zags are still loaded in the frontcourt and plenty talented enough to win the 2021 NCAA Tournament – as long as Corey Kispert and Joel Ayayi both eventually withdraw from the NBA Draft. For what it’s worth, that’s the projection here for now. So those two, plus sophomore Drew Timme, should serve as a nice nucleus for Gonzaga, which is also adding four top-100 prospects to the roster, most notably five-star guard Jalen Suggs and four-star center Oumar Ballo.

31-2

2


Baylor

The top three scorers from a Baylor team that spent multiple weeks ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll should be back – and that doesn’t even include Mark Vital, a finalist for the Naismith Defense Player of the Year award. Jared Butler is expected to lead the way. He averaged a team-high 16.0 points, 3.1 assists and 1.6 steals per game as a sophomore and is the main reason Scott Drew’s Bears should be the preseason favorite in the Big 12 provided nobody leaves early.

26-4

3


Villanova

Saddiq Bey’s decision to remain in the NBA Draft hurts but was not unexpected – evidence being that Villanova has always been projected to lose its leading scorer from a team that went 7-1 in its final eight games. But the good news for the Wildcats is that everybody else should be back, which leaves Jay Wright with a talented and experienced roster that’s strong enough to put the future Hall of Fame coach in a position to compete for what would be his third national title in a six-year span. 24-7

4


Virginia

Virginia should return three starters from a team that closed the regular season with eight consecutive victories thanks to a defense that ranked first nationally in efficiency. Former Marquette standout Sam Hauser, who averaged 14.9 points and 7.2 rebounds two seasons ago, will be eligible after sitting out the 2019-20 campaign. He’ll make an immediate impact and have Tony Bennett in a position to compete for a second national championship in a three-year span.

23-7

5


Iowa

Luka Garza will be the obvious preseason national player of the year if he returns to Iowa for his senior season, which is among the reasons he’s expected to return to Iowa for his senior season. Presumably, he’ll be joined by the four other starters from a team that finished 23rd at KenPom. And don’t forget: Iowa will get Jordan Bohannon back after a redshirt season. So Fran McCaffery should have the best team he’s ever had in 22 years as a Division I head coach.

20-11

6


Kansas

Devon Dotson’s decision to enter the NBA Draft after two seasons means the Jayhawks will be without the top two scorers from a team that would’ve been the overall No. 1 seed in the 2020 NCAA Tournament. That’s not ideal. But the arrival of 5-star guard Bryce Thompson, combined with an experienced core of Ochai Agbaji, Marcus Garrett, David McCormack and Christian Braun, should provide Bill Self with enough to compete for yet another Big 12 title.

28-3

7


Duke

Vernon Carey, Tre Jones and Cassius Stanley have all announced they’re in the NBA Draft. So the Blue Devils are losing their top three scorers, and four of their top six, from this past season’s team that finished tied for second in the ACC. Still, the return of Matthew Hurt and Wendell Moore should give Mike Krzyzewski two experienced and reliable pieces to pair with a top-two recruiting class highlighted by 5-star prospects Jalen Johnson, Jeremy Roach and DJ Steward. So Coach K winning a sixth national title remains in the cards.

25-6

8


Creighton

Every player who started a game for Creighton this past season was projected to return – but that changed when Ty-Shon Alexander, the Bluejays’ leading scorer, announced he’s entering the NBA Draft and remaining in it. That’s an unfortunate development for Creighton. But, even with Alexander gone, Greg McDermott should still bring back four starters from a team that was the top seed in the Big East Tournament. So the Bluejays will have a chance to make the Final Four for the first time in school history.

24-7

9


Wisconsin

Wisconsin got better after Kobe King quit the team in January – evidence being how the Badgers won eight straight games to close the regular season and shared the Big Ten crown with Maryland and Michigan State. Now the top five scorers from the final-game roster are expected back. The best of the bunch might be Micah Potter, who averaged 10.1 points and 6.2 rebounds while shooting 52.8% from the field. He’s among the reasons Wisconsin will be positioned to secure back-to-back league titles.

21-10

10


Michigan St.

If Xavier Tillman decides to return to school, Michigan State will definitely move up. But, for now, the presumption is that the 6-8 forward is done with college basketball, which means the Spartans will likely be without the top two players from a team that shared the Big Ten title with Maryland and Wisconsin. Finding a suitable replacement at point guard for Cassius Winston won’t be easy. But Tom Izzo hasn’t missed the NCAA Tournament since 1997 – and that’ll still be true after next season.

22-9

11


Tennessee

Yves Pons has declared for the NBA Draft. But assuming he returns, Tennessee will be adding 5-star guards Jaden Springer and Keon Johnson to an experienced core that also features John Fulkerson, Santiago Vescovi and Josiah-Jordan James. That’s a strong roster that should result in a bounce-back season for the Vols, who look like the favorite in the SEC thanks to a combination of what they’re enrolling and what Kentucky is losing

17-14

12


W. Virginia

The Mountaineers collapsed down the stretch and lost six of their final nine games, but they still finished 10th at KenPom, which suggests they were better than their record. Now West Virginia is expected to return the top three players from that team – most notably Oscar Tshiebwe, who averaged 11.2 points and 9.3 rebounds while shooting 55.2% from the field as a freshman. So Bob Huggins will enter next season with an accomplished roster good enough to compete for a Big 12 title.

21-10

13


Houston

Nate Hinton’s decision to leave school early combined with Fabian White’s torn ACL is a blow to Houston’s rotation; it means the Cougars are now losing two of their top four scorers. But four of the top six are still expected to return – most notably Caleb Mills and former McDonald’s All-American Quentin Grimes. So Kelvin Sampson’s team should be strong again and in position to win the American Athletic Conference for what would be the third consecutive season.

23-8

14


Kentucky

The Wildcats are losing the top six scorers from a team that won the SEC by multiple games – most notably SEC Player of the Year Immanuel Quickley and projected first-round pick Tyrese Maxey. That’s rough. But if any program is built to overcome these departures, it’s the one set to enroll the nation’s top-ranked recruiting class featuring 5-star guards Terrence Clarke, BJ Boston and Devin Askew. Exactly what John Calipari will do to further enhance his roster remains unclear. But it’s possible the Wildcats could creep back into the top 10 of the Top 25 And 1 before the season begins if the UK staff secures some solid reinforcements.

25-6

15


N. Carolina

Roy Williams just endured what he called the toughest season of his coaching career – one that resulted in five more losses (19) than wins (14). It was rough. But the 2020-21 season will be much better, even with the loss of Cole Anthony, thanks to the arrival of a top-three recruiting class featuring 5-star prospects Day’Ron Sharpe, Walker Kessler and Caleb Love. With Garrison Brooks, Armando Bacot, Anthony Harris and Leaky Black all expected back, UNC will be talented enough to push Virginia and Duke at the top of the ACC.

14-19

16


Ohio St.

Ohio State beat Duke for graduate-transfer Seth Towns – a 6-8 forward from Harvard who was the Ivy League Player of the Year in 2018. His arrival alone won’t cancel out the departure of Kaleb Wesson, but it’ll help. Meantime, Duane Washington, CJ Walker and Kyle Young should provide Chris Holtmann with an experienced nucleus on a team that is projected to return five of the top nine scorers from a roster that finished No. 8 at KenPom this past season.

21-10

17


Texas

Greg Brown’s commitment means the Longhorns are adding a 5-star freshman to a roster that should return every player who helped Texas go 5-1 in its final six games. That’s among the reasons next season’s UT team could be the best Shaka Smart has coached since taking over in Austin. He’ll have the type of experience and talent that good college teams typically possess.

19-12

18


Texas Tech

Texas Tech is losing its top two scorers early – namely one-and-done star Jahmi’us Ramsey and Davide Moretti, the latter of whom decided in late May to pursue overseas opportunities in a development that hurt the Red Raiders. But Chris Beard is still returning three of the top six scorers from a team that finished 21st at KenPom, and he’s combining that nice nucleus with a top-15 recruiting class highlighted by 4-star prospects Nimari Burnett and Micah Peavy, plus VCU grad-transfer Marcus Santos-Silva. So Texas Tech should be talented enough to operate in the top half of the Big 12 again and maybe even compete for the league title.

18-13

19


Oregon

It’s impossible to overstate what losing somebody like Payton Pritchard will mean to Oregon; he was fabulous and a worthy All-American. But two of the other top-three scorers from the Pac-12 champs are expected back – and Dana Altman has worked the transfer market again. So it would be foolish to assume the Ducks will do anything but compete for another Pac-12 title.

24-7

20


Rutgers

Rutgers should return seven of the top eight scorers from a team that finished 28th at KenPom – most notably double-digit scorers Ron Harper Jr. and Geo Baker. Beyond that, the Scarlet Knights are adding a consensus top-50 prospect in Cliff Omoruyi. So winning at the RAC will once again be a difficult task for opponents because Steve Pikiell should have a team equipped to make the NCAA Tournament for what would be, under normal circumstances, the second straight season.

20-11

21


UCLA

The greatest in-season turnaround of the 2019-20 season belonged to UCLA, which went from 8-9 to 19-12 by going 11-3 in its final 14 games. It was incredible stuff from Mick Cronin and his staff. And now the top five scorers from that team should be back – provided Chris Smith withdraws from the NBA Draft, which is the projection here. Will the Bruins miss Daishen Nix, who decommitted late to join a G League program? Of course. But, on paper, they’ll still be contenders to win the Pac-12.

1 19-12

22


Indiana

The late addition of five-star point guard Khristian Lander pushed Indiana’s recruiting class into the top 15 and provided Archie Miller with the perfect compliment to an experienced roster. Justin Smith’s decision to transfer stings a little. But the Hoosiers are still returning seven of the top nine scorers from a team that was projected to make the 2020 NCAA Tournament – and that should be enough to give Indiana a chance to compete at the top of the Big Ten standings.

1 20-12

23


Arkansas

Arkansas’ 20-12 record this past season is misleading because the Razorbacks were actually 19-7 with Isaiah Joe in the lineup and just 1-5 without him. So he was a real difference-maker. Joe, it should be noted, has entered the NBA Draft – but this ranking projects him to eventually withdraw and return to Arkansas. If that happens, the Hogs will return two of their top four scorers and enroll a top-10 recruiting class that features four four-star high school prospects – most notably Moses Moody – plus Indiana grad-transfer Justin Smith and Northern Kentucky grad-transfer Jalen Tate. So while the early departure of Mason Jones is less than ideal, Eric Musselman should still have Arkansas in the NCAA Tournament and positioned to maybe make the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1996.

1 20-12

24


Memphis

The late addition of Moussa Cisse, a five-star center talented enough to be the best rim protector in college basketball as a freshman, is the main reason Memphis is now in the Top 25 And 1. The 6-11 shot blocker could make the Tigers even better defensively than they were last season when they ranked fifth nationally in defensive efficiency. He’ll join a roster highlighted by sophomores D.J. Jeffries, Boogie Ellis and Lester Quinones, all of whom are also former top-60 prospects. So as long as everybody stays healthy, Penny Hardaway should have his alma mater in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2014.

1 21-10

25


Arizona St.

Romello White’s decision to enter the transfer portal means Arizona State is losing its leading rebounder and one of three double-digit scorers who were expected to return from last season’s team. That’s tough. But 5-star guard Josh Christopher joining a nucleus of Remy Martin and Alonzo Verge suggests Bobby Hurley might still have a chance to finish in the top three of the Pac-12 for what would be the third consecutive season.

1 20-11

26


Florida St.

Leonard Hamilton just led Florida State to its first conference title since 1989, but most of the best players from that team are gone. Devin Vassell and Patrick Williams left early for the NBA Draft, and Trent Forrest is out of eligibility. So the Seminoles have holes to fill. But 5-star forward Scottie Barnes is likely to make an instant impact, and there are enough quality pieces returning to keep Florida State competitive in the ACC.

NR 26-5

Updated Top 25 And 1 roster analysis

1. Gonzaga

Coach: Mark Few

2019-20 record: 31-2

Notable players definitely gone: Filip Petrusev, Killian Tillie, Ryan Woolridge, Admon Gilder
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Corey Kispert, Joel Ayayi, Drew Timme, Anton Watson, Pavel Zakharov, Martynas Arlauskas, Will Graves, Matthew Lang
Expected additions: Jalen Suggs, Julian Strawther, Dominick Harris, Oumar Ballo, Aaron Cook 

2. Baylor 

Coach: Scott Drew

2019-20 record: 26-4

Notable players definitely gone: Freddie Gillespie, Devonte Bandoo
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Jared Butler, MaCio Teague, Davion Mitchell, Mark Vital, Matthew Mayer, Tristan Clark, Flo Thamba
Expected additions: Dain Dainja, LJ Cryer, Zach Loveday, Adam Flagler, Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua

3. Villanova

Coach: Jay Wright

2019-20 record: 24-7

Notable players definitely gone: Saddiq Bey  
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Collin Gillespie, Justin Moore, Jermaine Samuels, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Cole Swider, Brandon Slater, Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree, Bryan Antoine
Expected additions: Caleb Daniels, Eric Dixon  

4. Virginia

Coach: Tony Bennett

2019-20 record: 23-7

Notable players definitely gone: Mamadi Diakite, Braxton Key
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Kihei Clark, Jay Huff, Tomas Woldetensae, Casey Morsell, Kody Stattman, Francisco Caffaro, Justin McKoy
Expected additions: Sam Hauser, Jabri Abdur-Rahim, Reece Beekman, Carson McCorkle, Kadin Shedrick

5. Iowa

Coach: Fran McCaffery

2019-20 record: 20-11

Notable players definitely gone: Ryan Kriener, Bakari Evelyn, Cordell Pemsl
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Luka Garza, Joe Wieskamp, CJ Fredrick, Jordan Bohannon, Joe Toussaint, Connor McCaffery, Jack Nunge
Expected additions: Ahron Ulis, Tony Perkins, Josh Ogundele, Keegan Murray, Kris Murray

6. Kansas

Coach: Bill Self

2019-20 record: 28-3

Notable players definitely gone: Devon Dotson, Udoka Azubuike, Isaiah Moss
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Ochai Agbaji, Marcus Garrett, David McCormack, Christian Braun, Silvio De Sousa, Tristan Enaruna, Mitch Lightfoot
Expected additions: Bryce Thompson, Tyon Grant-Foster, Gethro Muscadin, Latrell Jossell

7. Duke

Coach: Mike Krzyzewski

2019-20 record: 25-6

Notable players definitely gone: Vernon Carey, Tre Jones, Cassius Stanley, Alex O’Connell, Javin DeLaurier, Jack White
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Matthew Hurt, Wendell Moore, Joey Baker, Jordan Goldwire
Expected additions: Jalen Johnson, Jeremy Roach, DJ Steward, Mark Williams, Jaemyn Brakefield, Henry Coleman

8. Creighton

Coach: Greg McDermott

2019-20 record: 24-7

Notable players definitely gone: Ty-Shon Alexander, Kelvin Jones, Davion MintzJalen Windham
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Marcus Zegarowski, Denzel Mahoney, Mitch Ballock, Jacob Epperson, Damien Jefferson, Christian Bishop, Shareef Mitchell, Jett Canfield
Expected additions: Antwann Jones, Ryan Kalkbrenner, Rati Andronikashvili

9. Wisconsin

Coach: Greg Gard

2019-20 record: 21-10

Notable players definitely gone: Brevin Pritzl
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Nate Reuvers, Micah Potter, Brad Davison, D’Mitrik Trice, Aleem Ford, Tyler Wahl, Trevor Anderson
Expected additions: Ben Carlson, Johnny Davis, Lorne Bowman, Steven Crowl, Jordan Davis

10. Michigan State

Coach: Tom Izzo

2019-20 record: 22-9

Notable players definitely gone: Cassius Winston, Kyle Aherns
Notable players expected to also leave: Xavier Tillman
Notable players expected to return: Aaron Henry, Rocket Watts, Gabe Brown, Malik Hall, Marcus Bingham, Thomas Kithier, Foster Loyer, Julius Marble, Joshua Langford
Expected additions: Joey Hauser, Mady Sissoko, AJ Hoggard

11. Tennessee

Coach: Rick Barnes

2019-20 record: 17-14

Notable players definitely gone: Jordan Bowden, Jalen Johnson
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: John Fulkerson, Yves Pons, Santiago Vescovi, Josiah-Jordan James, Olivier Nkamhoua, Uros Plavsic, Davonte Gaines
Expected additions: Jaden Springer, Keon Johnson, Corey Walker, Malachi Wideman, Victory Bailey, E.J. Anosike

12. West Virginia

Coach: Bob Huggins

2019-20 record: 21-10

Notable players definitely gone: Jermaine Haley, Chase Harler, Brandon Knapper, Logan Routt
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Oscar Tshiebwe, Derek Culver, Miles McBride, Emmitt Matthews, Sean McNeil, Taz Sherman, Jordan McCabe, Gabe Osabuohien
Expected additions: Isaiah Cottrell, Taj Thweatt, Kedrian Johnson, Jalen Bridges

13. Houston

Coach: Kelvin Sampson

2019-20 record: 23-8

Notable players definitely gone: Nate Hinton,Chris Harris, Fabian White
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Caleb MillsQuentin GrimesDeJon JarreauMarcus SasserJustin GorhamBrison Gresham, Cedrick Alley
Expected additions: Tramon Mark, Jamal Shead, Kiyron Powell, Cameron TysonJ’Wan Roberts

14. Kentucky

Coach: John Calipari

2019-20 record: 25-6

Notable players definitely gone: Immanuel Quickley, Nick Richards,Tyrese Maxey, Ashton Hagans, Nate Sestina, EJ Montgomery, Johnny Juzang
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Keion Brooks
Expected additions: Terrence Clarke, BJ Boston, Devin Askew, Isaiah Jackson, Lance Ware, Cam’Ron Fletcher, Davion Mintz  

15. North Carolina

Coach: Roy Williams

2019-20 record: 14-19

Notable players definitely gone: Cole Anthony, Brandon Robinson, Christian Keeling, Justin Pierce, Jeremiah Francis
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Garrison Brooks, Armando Bacot, Anthony Harris, Leaky Black, Andrew Platek, K.J. Smith
Expected additions: Day’Ron Sharpe, Walker Kessler, Caleb Love, Puff Johnson, R.J. Davis, Kerwin Walton

16. Ohio State

Coach: Chris Holtmann

2019-20 record: 21-10

Notable players definitely gone: Andre Wesson, D.J. Carton, Luther Muhammad, Alonzo Gaffney
Notable players expected to also leave: Kaleb Wesson
Notable players expected to return: Duane Washington, CJ Walker, Kyle Young, E.J. Liddell, Justin Ahrens
Expected additions: Seth Towns, Eugene Brown, Zed Key, Justice Sueing

17. Texas

Coach: Shaka Smart

2019-20 record: 19-12

Notable players definitely gone: N/A
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Matt Colemam, Andrew Jones, Courtney Ramey, Jericho Sims, Jase Febres, Gerald Liddell, Kai Jones, Donovan Williams, Kamaka Hepa, Royce Hamm, Will Baker, Brock Cunningham
Expected additions: Greg Brown

18. Texas Tech

Coach: Chris Beard

2019-20 record: 18-13

Notable players definitely gone: Davide MorettiTJ HolyfieldChris Clarke, Russel Tchewa
Notable players expected to also leave: Jahmi’us Ramsey
Notable players expected to return: Kyler Edwards, Terrance Shannon, Kevin McCullarClarence NadolnyAvery Benson
Expected additions: Marcus Santos-Silva, Nimari Burnett, Micah Perry, Chibuzo Agbo, Joel Ntambwe, Vladislav Goldin

19. Oregon

Coach: Dana Altman

2019-20 record: 24-7

Notable players definitely gone: Payton Pritchard, Shakur Juiston, Anthony Mathis, Francis Okoro
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Chris Duarte, Will Richardson, N’Faly Dante, Addison Patterson, Chandler Lawson, C.J. Walker
Expected additions: Jalen Terry, Eric Williams, Eugene Omoruyi, Amauri Hardy  

20. Rutgers

Coach: Steve Pikiell

2019-20 record: 20-11

Notable players definitely gone: Akwasi Yeboah, Shaq Carter
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Ron Harper Jr., Geo Baker, Jacob Young, Myles Johnson, Montez Mathis, Caleb McConnell, Paul Mulcahy
Expected additions: Cliff Omoruyi, Mawot Mag, Dean Reiber, Oskar Palmquist

  

21. UCLA

Coach: Mick Cronin

2019-20 record: 19-12

Notable players definitely gone: Prince AliAlex Olesinski
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Chris SmithJalen Hill, Jaime Jaquez, Cody RileyTyger CampbellJules BernardJake KymanDavid Singleton
Expected additions: Jaylen Clark, Kenneth Nwuba, Johnny Juzang

22. Indiana

Coach: Archie Miller

2019-20 record: 20-12

Notable players definitely gone: Devonte Green, Justin Smith, Damezi Anderson, De’Ron Davis  
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Trayce Jackson-Davis, Al Durham, Rob Phinisee, Joey Brunk, Jerome Hunter, Armaan Franklin, Race Thompson  
Expected additions: Khristian Lander, Jordan Geronimo, Anthony Leal, Trey Galloway

23. Arkansas

Coach: Eric Musselman

2019-20 record: 20-12

Notable players definitely goneMason Jones, Jimmy Whitt, Jalen HarrisAdrio BaileyJeantal CyllaReggie Chaney
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: Isaiah JoeDesi SillsEthan Henderson
Expected additions: Moses Moody, KK Robinson, Jaylin Williams, Davonte Davis, J.D. Notae, Connor VanoverAbayomi IyiolaVance JacksonJalen Tate, Justin Smith

24. Memphis

Coach: Penny Hardaway

2019-20 record: 21-10

Notable players definitely gone: Precious Achiuwa, Tyler Harris, Isaiah Maurice
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: D.J. Jeffries, Lester Quinones, Boogie Ellis, Alex Lomax, Lance Thomas, Damion Baugh, Malcolm Dandridge, Jayden Hardaway
Expected additions: Moussa Cisse, Isaiah Stokes, Ahmad Rand, Conor Glennon

25. Arizona State

Coach: Bobby Hurley

2019-20 record: 20-11

Notable players definitely gone: Rob EdwardsRomello WhiteMickey MitchellKhalid Thomas 
Notable players expected to also leave: N/A
Notable players expected to return: M.J. Walker, Malik OsborneRaiQuan GrayAnthony PoliteBalsa KoprivicaWyatt WilkesNathanael JackRayquan Evans  
Expected additions: Joshua Christopher, Marcus Bagley

26. Florida State

Coach: Leonard Hamilton

2019-20 record: 26-5

Notable players definitely gone: Devin Vassell, Trent Forrest, Dominik Olejniczak  
Notable players expected to also leave: Patrick Williams  
Notable players expected to return: M.J. Walker, Malik Osborne, RaiQuan Gray, Anthony Polite, Balsa Koprivica, Wyatt Wilkes, Nathanael Jack, Rayquan Evans  
Expected additions: Scottie Barnes, Sardaar Calhoun





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