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Freshman Haze: Season Finale

Duke's Jabari Parker had an outstanding freshman campaign, but did he do enough to hold off the other great frosh for Freshman of the Year honors?

Freshman Haze: Ranking the Freshman

Julius Randle is a fine scorer and has a nose for rebounds, but passing is not a top option on his mind and team play is not his forte.

Freshman Haze: Major Wave in Malibu

Pepperdine freshman Jeremy Major has shown the ability to be a scoring point guard for the Waves this season.

Freshman Haze: Here Comes March

With Brandon Ashley out for the season, freshman Rondae Hollis-Jefferson could be a key to a March run for Arizona.

Freshman Haze: Boomer Sooner

Freshman point guards usually back up their upperclassmen teammates, but Jordan Woodward may be the exception.

Freshman Haze: Big-Man Dominance

Jabari Parker has struggled from the field in ACC play, but he has corralled 29 boards in his last two games.

Freshman Haze: Is Gordon the Next Griffin?

Arizona's Aaron Gordon is doing his best Blake Griffin impression this season, and the comparions is not too far off.

Freshman Haze: Separating the Hype

Butler big man Andrew Chrabascz has seen increased minutes with the start of conference play, and one of the nation's freshman living up to the hype.

Freshman Haze: Rock, Chalk, Jayhawk

Kansas' Andrew Wiggins is still expected to be the No. 1 pick in this year's NBA Draft, but his numbers thus far have not overwhelmed.

Freshman Haze: Meow! Go the Cats

Julius Randle started the season with a roar for the Wildcats, but lately he's had more of a whimper.

Freshman Haze: Fresh Orange

Tyler Ennis has stepped into the shoes of Michael Carter-Williams as a first-year starter for Syracuse this season.

Freshman Haze: The Exodus in Texas

A mass exodus in Texas opened the door for the likes of freshman Isaiah Taylor to lead the Longhorns.

Freshman Haze: Looking Toward the Tourney

Anthony Bennett is one of the most highly regarded freshmen in the country, but his season has been on a downward trend since Mountain West play began.

Freshman Haze: Examining the One-and-Done Rule

Nerlens Noel felt the full impact of the NBA's one-and-done rule when his freshman season at Kentucky was lost to an ACL injury earlier this year.

Freshman Haze: Countdown to No. 1

Kanas' Ben McLemore could be the top pick in this year's NBA Draft, but does that make him the top frehsman in the nation?

Freshman Haze: Counting Down the top Frosh

Nerlens Noel likely will never play in the NCAA tournament, as the defensive menace should go pro even if he spends his rookie year rehabilitating his torn ACL.

Freshman Haze: Counting Down the Top Frosh

Glenn Robinson III has good offensive skills but doesn't appear to be the NBA prospect his pops once was.

Freshman Haze: Riding the Waves in Malibu

Stacy Davis has made an impact both in the starting lineup and coming off the bench for Pepperdine.

Freshman Haze: Carter has Georgia Tech Buzzing

The 6-foot-8 Robert Carter has been a nice addition to the Yellow Jackets this season and looks to have a bright future.

Freshman Haze: Cornhusker Kickstart

Shavon Shields recently moved into the starting lineup and is paying dividends for Nebraska, including a 29-point outburst Saturday.

Freshman Haze: Big Dog III Woofin' at Michigan

Glenn Robinson III comes from a strong pedigree and is making his own mark at Michigan.

Freshman Haze: The Bench is the Pitts

James Robinson is going through an adjustment period after having been relegated to the Pittsburgh bench.

Freshman Haze: Year of the Water Snake

Baylor boasts two the Big 12's top freshmen, including Isaiah Austin, as the new year begins.

Freshman Haze: The First Noel

Nerlens Noel is the reason for the season for the Kentucky Wildcats this year.

Freshman Haze: Top Cat

Alex Poythress might be the most talented of the highly touted Kentucky recruiting class.

Freshman Haze: Xavier's Frosh Sensation

Semaj Christon has moved into the Xavie starting lineup and is paying dividends for the Musketeers.

Freshman Haze: One and Done at Duke?

Rasheed Sulaimon already has carved out a role for himself on a team filled with upperclassmen, but will he stick around for a sophomore season?

Freshman Haze: Goodwin Rises to the Top

Archie Goodwin is proving to be the most valuable of the Kentucky freshmen thus far.

Freshman Haze: Future is Bright for Vanderbilt

Kevin Bright has stepped for Vandy after three players left for the NBA.

Freshman Haze: Frosh for Your Fantasy Radar

A big man who can pass? Yes, please. Freshman Kyle Anderson should see plenty of minutes for UCLA.

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