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With the departures of Tyler Cook pros and Isaiah Moss Kansas along with the uncertain injury future of Jordan Bohannon this season, Wieskamp is going to be expected to be a secondary ball handler, knock down shots and do more off the dribble.
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Frontcourt minutes will be something to watch for with the Terps as they figure out their rotation early this season.
Forward Ricky Lindo Jr. If Maryland knocks down perimeter shots and plays small, they could be a fascinating team.
Five-star point guard D. Carton and Walker should swallow the lead guard minutes while lanky wing Alonzo Gaffney and bouncy forward E. Liddell could earn immediate minutes. Matt Painter did a great job designing his offense to put those two guards in motion for numerous three-point bombs.
Painter should switch up how his team plays and they have the pieces to be good defensively. Seeing what kind of offense Howard brings with him will be something else to watch for. Livers should take a step forward and Eli Brooks should help more as well.
If one of the sophomores in Brandon Johns Jr. The Illini need to improve their shaky perimeter shooting 34 percent. Getting better overall defensively is another chief concern. But the Illinois backcourt has big-time talent and the frontcourt has multiple scoring options as well.
Head coach Brad Underwood finally has some depth and experience after overhauling the roster and should have an intriguing potential tournament team. Figuring out major holes in the lineup will be te thing to watch for when it comes to Iowa.
Big man Luka Garza and sophomore shooter Joe Wieskamp are promising double-figure scorers. But does this team get enough consistent stops to be a tournament team?
How will the point guard play be? This will be a fascinating season at Iowa as the Hawkeyes have some talent and experience but a lot of question marks without Tyler Cook, Isaiah Moss or potentially Jordan Bohannon.
The transfer addition of big man Micah Potter after first semester could really help.
Archie Miller has a solid core back but lacks star power and end-of-shot-clock shooters with the loss of Romeo Langford and Juwan Morgan.
Indiana Mr. So which team will we see this season with many of the same pieces returning? Sophomore Myles Dread is intriguing but not much else about this roster is a sure thing.
Vanderbilt transfer Payton Willis should add additional shooting but not much else is known about a very young rotation. The season-ending injury to forward Eric Curry hurts Minnesota.
Frontcourt depth is a major concern as an unproven group will have to handle many tough assignments. The good news for the Scarlet Knights is that most of the roster is scheduled to return again next season. So an additional step above and making the postseason would be a step in the right direction.
The Wildcats have some enticing shooting options on the wing with A.
Former lacrosse star Pat Spencer becoming a one-year basketball graduate transfer is one of the most fun stories to follow in college hoops this season. The Huskers are essentially an entirely new team than the previous Tim Miles era.
Hoiberg and his staff deserve credit for getting so many new faces so quickly. French freshman forward Yves Ouedraogo and junior college point guard Cam Mack are two newcomers to watch.