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Top Centers: 2013-14 Rankings

Perry Missner

Perry Missner

Missner covers the NBA, college football and college basketball for RotoWire. A veteran fantasy sports writer, Missner also serves as treasurer for the Fantasy Sports Writers Association.


Centers in fantasy college basketball are so hard to find that many leagues choose not to even use them. For leagues that like that extra challenge, the search for a viable center never ends. Fantasy owners can choose to overdraft a big man and hope for solid production. Dire consequences can come from waiting on a center. The following list of players are a good guess at the productive centers across the NCAA. Other big men will bubble up during the season, but this is our best guess at the players who will have plenty of draft value.

1. Isaiah Austin, Baylor -
The 7-foot-1 Austin seems like the clear choice as the top center in the land. He was hampered by a shoulder injury as a freshman, but still

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