NCAA Basketball: Players You May Not Know!

Jaycee Carroll 6’2 Guard – Utah State.  Jaycee has been selected as the Wac preseason player of the year.  He is one of the nations best shooters.  He is currently 1st in 3 point shooting at Utah State, second in 3 pointers made, and fourth in 3 pointers attempted.

Stephen Curry 6’0 Guard – Davidson.  Son of former NBA Sharp Shooter Dell Curry, Stephen has followed in his footsteps.  He has one of the prettiest shots in college basketball.  Many people remember the name from last years NCAA Tournament when they almost upset a tough Maryland squad in round 1.  Davidson should be back in the tournament again this year, and it won’t be a team that top seeds are going to want to see their team squaring off with when the brackets come out on selection sunday, and Stephen Curry is a major reason why.

Randal Falkner – 6’7 F – Southern Illinois.  This kid brings it every night.  He is 6’7 which is not tall for a big man, however he makes up for it with heart.  He plays on one of the best defensive teams in the country, and if you love low scoring games, tune into Southern Illinois.  It is a treat to see them scrap and fight for 40 minutes each game, usually on their way to victory.

Marcelus Kemp 6’5 G – Nevada.  With Nick Fazekas gone and in the NBA now, the team will now run through this talented guard.  He could have his hands full, being the only starter back from a talented team last year, however with his versatile play he can shoot from the perimeter and get to the basket, he should have a solid 07-08 season.

Eric Maynor 6’2 G – VCU.  This is a talented guard who plays both ends of the court.  He was a main reason why VCU was able to beat Duke in the first round last year.  With him back at VCU, some other big name school will have the challenge of facing VCU in round 1 of the NCAA Tournament.

Reggie Williams 6’5 F – VMI.  This kid is a scoring maching.  He lead the nation in scoring last year, and should be set to have another solid season.  You may not have heard of this guy because all of the hype in this conference goes to a solid Winthrop team, however if you get a chance to see this kid play, he is worth the price of admission and won’t allow the scorekeeper to take a second to relax.



Gransberry 6-9  So. Florida


Graves 6-1 Butler


Lee 6-5 G/F Western Kentucky


McCalebb 6-0 G New Orleans


Pargo 6-2 G Gonzaga


Thompson 6-11



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