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Fantasy AnalysisHenry will have to sit out the 2015-16 season and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining. He scored in double digits five times in his sophomore season, but was consistently in foul trouble. The 6-9 center may find more room in the paint in the A10 when he becomes eligible.
Fantasy AnalysisColeman was a reserve in his first two seasons with the Orange. The Syracuse legacy player (Derrick's son) averaged 4.3 points and 4.2 rebounds in 13.0 minutes in 13 games in 2013-14. He could be a surprise producer for the Orange in the center of the 2-3 zone.
Fantasy AnalysisEdwards will be able to play right away, as he recently graduated this spring. The soon to be senior spent his last two years with the Lobos, but never really became a big part of the rotation. During the 2014-15 season, he finished with averages of 3.9 points, 2.0 rebounds, 0.8 assists and 0.5 steals over 12 minutes per game. His decision to transfer was supposedly a mutual decision, as he's looking to gain more playing time with his new team.
Fantasy AnalysisThe point guard announced his intent to transfer Friday, and at this point it's unclear which schools he's considering. Last season, he averaged 4.1 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 18.8 minutes per game. Rorie will likely have to sit out the 2015-16 season unless he's granted a waiver by the NCAA.
Fantasy AnalysisIt remains unclear how long Williams will need to recover, although he may be limited on the court during his first season with Auburn regardless, as he enters college as an undersized shooting guard standing at 6-2. With his injury concern and lack of experience, Williams won't likely have much of an impact until he has a couple more years under his belt.
Fantasy AnalysisWashington spent his first two years of college at NC State and will now have to sit out the 2015-16 season due to the NCAA's transfer rules. The forward's minutes tapered off during his previous season at NC State which is likely the reasoning behind his move to a new school, although he should be able to extend the court with Cincinnati after making 51 percent of his shots behind the arc last season.
Fantasy AnalysisSamuel is a 6-4 guard who played 20.2 minutes for the Huskies last season. He only averaged 3.6 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.6 assists, but could get a huge bump in usage with the Nittany Lions when he becomes eligible.
Fantasy AnalysisChukwu barely broke into the Friar rotation as a freshman. In 9.9 minutes, he averaged 2.6 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 0.7 blocks. When he becomes eligible, Chukwu should be a nice addition to the center of the 2-3 Orange zone.
Fantasy AnalysisTeam USA is mainly made of Kansas players. Frank Mason (15 points, 11 assists) and Perry Ellis (18 points) also played well. The 6-5 guard could be in for a breakout junior season, but this is no more than exhibition game.
Fantasy AnalysisJohnson is heading into his senior season after providing 10.3 points and 5.6 rebounds in 24.3 minutes last year. He could redshirt since he will likely miss the majority of the season. The team may lean on redshirt sophomore George King to take some of Johnson's minutes.
Fantasy AnalysisObekpa provided a strong defensive presence at the rim during his tenure at St. Johns but will ultimately choose to spend his final year of eligibility at another program. St. Johns will be left in disarray with Rysheed Jordan also electing to leave the program earlier in the offseason. As for Obekpa, he should select another school in short order but is expected to miss the 2015-16 season due to NCAA transfer regulations.
Fantasy AnalysisThe well-traveled Carter began his collegiate career at Rutgers, then transferred to Florida. His time in Gainesville was interrupted by a broken foot. He averaged 14.9 points as a freshman with the Scarlet Knights. The 6-2 guard could get plenty of shots with the Eagles with Olivier Hanlan moving on.
Fantasy AnalysisGuyn has been a reserve for Cincinnati for the majority of the last four years. He was limited to two games by a finger injury last year. In Guyn's last full season in 2013-14, the 6-2 senior averaged 4.5 points and 2.0 rebounds in 19.0 minutes.
Fantasy AnalysisGraham provided 5.7 points in 17.8 points off the Jayhawk bench as a freshman. He had 17 points in the final game of the season, the loss to Wichita State in the NCAA tournament. While it is a shame that he will miss the World University Games in Korea, the 6-2 sophomore should be ready for the 2015-16 season.