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Fantasy AnalysisAs a freshman in 2012-13, Hare averaged 5.2 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 1.8 blocks in 19.6 minutes. The Rams are going to have one of the better frontcourts in the A10 with Hare, Gilvydas Biruta, and Hassan Martin. Hare might not see a huge bump in minutes, but he should put up better counting numbers as a more mature player.
Fantasy AnalysisMitchell was originally slated to spend this upcoming season on the bench, but he'll now be a significant part of Georgia Tech's 2014-15 campaign. The junior averaged 6.5 points and 6.3 rebounds for Maryland last year.
Fantasy AnalysisDunn was a highly touted point guard, but has suffered through major shoulder injuries during his brief Friar career. He played in just four games last season. If he can stay healthy, the 6-3 redshirt sophomore could be one of the best guards in the Big East.
Fantasy AnalysisGant and his teammate D'Angelo Allen were both arrested for suspicion of third-degree assault, but did not spend the night in jail. Gant was a highly-regarded four star recruit, who was expected to contribute to the team immediately. Since he is not allowed to attend team activities, Gant's involvement with the team may be limited this season, even if he returns from his suspension.
Fantasy AnalysisWalker was a reserve for the Longhorns as a freshman in 2013-14 and averaged 4.7 points. His suspension could open more playing time for Damarcus Croaker, while Texas leans on its starters, Javan Felix and Isaiah Taylor.
Fantasy AnalysisBolden is a highly touted recruit out of Australia that would have likely been afforded a decent amount of minutes under coach Steve Alford this upcoming season. The 6-foot-9 power forward attended Findlay Prep in Las Vegas, Brewster Academy in New Hampshire, and his native school in Australia during his senior year of high school, and herein lies the problem with his NCAA eligibility. While he plans to appeal the decision, it's looking like he'll have to stay off the court during UCLA's 2014-15 campaign.
Fantasy AnalysisThe senior was the Illini's second-leading scorer last season, averaging 10.7 points to go with 3.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game. He'll likely apply for a medical redshirt in hopes of returning for the 2015-16 campaign. Abrams' absence means Oregon State transfer Ahmad Starks will likely step in as an immediate starter.
Fantasy AnalysisReed, a 6-6 guard, averaged 6.6 points in 20.7 minutes as a freshman for the Hurricanes in 2013-14. He started 10 games. Kansas State transfer Angel Rodriguez figured to start at point guard, but Miami will miss Reed on the wing. Texas transfer Sheldon McClellan will get plenty of playing time.
Fantasy AnalysisCook averaged just 1.8 points and 0.7 assists in 8.5 minutes per game as a sophomore, and should red shirt this season to maintain two more years of eligibility.
Fantasy AnalysisKaminski's transfer will help to boost a Bearcats squad that is looking to make a return appearance to the NCAA Tournament this season. He appeared in 31 games last season after filling in for Adreian Payne while he was injured. Kaminski was a standout for the Spartans amongst some of their other high profile players, so a chance to likely start at Ohio can certainly make him an asset.
Fantasy AnalysisDunans is considered the nation's top junior college guard after averaging 22.5 points, 8.2 rebounds and 4.4 assists at Columbia State (Tenn) Community College last season. He should step right into a starting role for coach Bruce Pearl.
Fantasy AnalysisSmith could definitely be a difference maker for Georgetown. The Hoyas were 10-3 with Smith and even teams like Kansas had a hard time guarding the immense center. If he can get into any kind of basketball shape, the former UCLA center could dominate in the post in the Big East.
Fantasy AnalysisForbes will be automatically eligible to play for the Spartans after transferring from Cleveland State this year to be closer to his family. The Lansing, Michigan native averaged 15.2 points as a sophomore last season and also converted 42.4 percent of his three-point attempts.
Fantasy AnalysisJohnson will definitely be a big boost to the young Tigers for the upcoming year. He averaged 13.5 points, 3.6 assists, and just 2.8 turnovers in 2012-13 before sitting out last year in what was a tumultuous period for the sophomore at Vandy. He will bring a great scoring option to the Tigers, a team who lost several key players to the NBA draft earlier this year. The Tigers have been struggling in summer ball to possess the ball and prevent turnovers, so Johnson will provide a great ball handling option and could even start for the Tigers early on in the year.
Fantasy AnalysisWhite will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Cornhuskers. The 6-6 forward averaged 2.4 points in just 6.3 minutes last year for Kansas.