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AAC Basketball Preview: Ranks as 7th Best Conference

AAC Basketball Preview: Ranks as 7th Best Conference

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SMU’s Markus Kennedy projects as the top player in the conference, but a recent report of him being lost for the Fall due to academic issues gives UConn and Memphis a chance for a headstart. The team rankings and top 20 players based on www.valueaddbasketball.com follow:

Rankings of American Athletic Teams

14, Connecticut, 33.17

17, Southern Methodist, 32.81

26, Memphis, 27.62

50, Tulsa, 20.77

62, Houston, 18.42

68, Cincinnati, 17.70

96, Temple, 12.90

141, South Florida, 8.39

161, East Carolina, 6.77

211, Tulane, 4.19

Average Top 10, 18.27 (7th best total)

217, Central Florida, 3.92

 

Natl rnk Player (Team) Ht 2015 Value
36 Markus Kennedy (Southern Methodist) 6’9″ 7.60
61 Nic Moore (Southern Methodist) 5’9″ 6.63
67 Ryan Boatright (Connecticut) 6’0 6.40
86 James Woodard (Tulsa) 6’3″ 5.94
95 Shaq Goodwin (Memphis) 6’9″ 5.84
143 Amida Brimah (Connecticut) 7’0 5.26
148 Daniel Hamilton (Connecticut) 6’6″ 5.23
162 Will Cummings (Temple) 6’2″ 5.14
178 Ben Moore (Southern Methodist) 6’8″ 5.01
194 Austin Nichols (Memphis) 6’8″ 4.87
197 Troy Caupain (Cincinnati) 6’3″ 4.86
208 Omar Calhoun (Connecticut) 6’6″ 4.80
213 D’Andre Wright (Tulsa) 6’9″ 4.75
222 Devonta Pollard (Houston) 6’8″ 4.68
231 Rodney Purvis (Connecticut) 6’2″ 4.60
245 Torian Graham (Houston) 6’4″ 4.52
247 LJ Rose (Houston) 6’4″ 4.51
263 Trahson Burrell (Memphis) 6’7″ 4.40
297 Sam Cassell Jr (Connecticut) 6’3″ 4.00
300 Anthony Collins (South Florida) 6’1″ 3.98


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