The most recent fantasy college basketball news from RotoWire.
Fantasy AnalysisHe went from averaging 11 points in 2012-13 to just 7.3 points in 2013-14, so it's no surprise that he's looking for a better situation where he can improve his output and get back on the radar of NBA scouts. It's still not clear what school Woolridge will play for next.
Fantasy AnalysisThis is excellent news for the Spartans, as they will lose a lot of talent to this year's draft, and Dawson should be one of the leading contributors for the team in the 2014-15 season.
Fantasy AnalysisParker plans to meet with Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski on Tuesday to sort out his future. An All-American selection, Parker led the Blue Devils in both points (19.1) and rebounds (8.7) as a freshman. Should he opt for the NBA, Parker is expected to be a top-three selection.
Fantasy AnalysisJohnson was named Pac-10 Player of the Year after averaging 16.3 points and 4.1 rebounds for Arizona during his junior campaign. The shooting guard's draft stock didn't figure to benefit much from returning for his senior season, so Johnson will likely end up a late-first or early-second round selection this summer.
Fantasy AnalysisStein, a projected first-round pick, will return to a crowded Kentucky frontcourt, rather than ply his trade in the NBA. Coming off a season that saw him average 2.9 blocks per game, the 7-footer will likely be the Wildcats' starting center, and should be a first-round draft pick in 2015.
Fantasy AnalysisAs a freshman, Prince averaged just 11 minutes per game, so he is likely looking for more playing time at a smaller school. In addition, he is a Long Beach native, which may have been a factor in his decision making process as well. Prince will have to sit out a season due to transfer regulations, but should be a focal point on the team once he becomes eligible in 2015.
Fantasy AnalysisFreshman Bronson Koenig is a highly regarded recruit for the Badgers, and he was continuing to eat into Marshall's playing time. Marshall likely saw the writing on the wall and understood that he would not be the point guard of the future. He will have ample playing time with the Jackrabbits after he sits out a season to comply with transfer rules.
Fantasy AnalysisThe news confirms earlier speculation that Harris would leave, and does not come as a huge surprise. Projected as a mid-first round pick, Harris could potentially jump into the lottery after a great year, averaging 16.7 points per game last season.
Fantasy AnalysisAs a freshman, Williams-Goss averaged 13.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 4.4 assists per game for the Huskies. He was a highly regarded recruit out of high school, but did not have the season worthy of a one-and-done. Entering his sophomore season, Williams-Goss figures to be in the running for conference player of the year, especially if he can make a large jump in the off-season.
Fantasy AnalysisAs a junior with BC, Anderson posted 14.3 points and 7.3 rebounds, in 31.4 minutes per game. Clearly, playing time was not the issue with this transfer, but he may simply want to play for a team that can win more than 7 games in a season. He will have to sit out a year since he has not yet graduated, but he will provide another quality big man to any team he chooses to transfer to.
Fantasy AnalysisHarrell projected as a late first-round pick, so it is somewhat surprising to hear he will be returning to Louisville for another season. Even thought the Cardinals will lose two stars in Russ Smith and Luke Hancock, they will return plenty of talent, and with the addition of some highly regarded freshmen, the team should again be highly competitive next season and in the NCAA tournament.
Fantasy AnalysisIt was unclear if Robinson would return to Ann Arbor to attempt another late March run, or declare for the NBA, however this news clears things up. As a prospect, Robinson is fairly controversial, with his potential stock ranging from a late lottery pick, to all the way in the 2nd round of the draft. With both Robinson and teammate Nik Stauskas declaring for the NBA draft, the Wolverines will have to replace two of their most talented players from their Big 10 championship team last year.
Fantasy AnalysisThe sophomore averaged over 12 points per game and nearly seven rebounds for the Orange this year. Grant is currently projected as a mid-to-late first round pick.
Fantasy AnalysisFiler averaged 3.9 points, 1.3 boards, and 1.2 assists in 15 minutes his sophomore season. However, he saw reduced minutes and reduced production this season, and will likely transfer somewhere that will allow him to contribute more.