CPP Top 100: #14 Robert Williams

Robert Williams Texas A&M F 6’10 241 Sophomore 2016-2017 Stats: 11.3 Ppg, 8.2 Rpg, 1.4 Apg Why They Are Here Ranked only #50 in his recruiting class, Robert Williams seemed to play with a chip on his shoulder his freshman year and people started to take notice. Williams is a full-grown man. He made scouts reflect

CPP Top 100: #18 Kevin Knox

Kevin Knox Kentucky F 6’9 215 Freshman 2016-2017 Stats: N/A Why They Are Here Kevin Knox may be the most underrated player in this entire class which is scary considering how highly he’s rated. A lot of this has to do with the fact that he is very young for this class as he just turned

CPP Top 100: #25 Aaron Holiday

Aaron Holiday UCLA G 6’1 185 Junior 2016-2017 Stats: 12.3 Ppg, 4.4 Apg, 2.9 Rpg Why They Are Here After starting as a freshman, Aaron Holiday came off the bench his sophomore year as the sixth man on one of the most talented rotations in college basketball last year. This year, he comes in as a

CPP Top 100: #29 Yante Maten

Yante Maten Georgia F 6’8 240 Senior 2016-2017 Stats: 18.2 Ppg, 6.8 Rpg, 1.4 Apg Why They Are Here A guaranteed All-SEC selection this year and a potential SEC player of the year candidate, Yante Maten was named All-SEC first team last year and came back this year looking for more. He was also named as

CPP Top 100: #31 Thomas Welsh

Thomas Welsh UCLA C 7’0 255 Senior 2016-2017 Stats: 10.8 Ppg, 8.7 Rpg, 1.0 Apg Why They Are Here As a freshman in high school I watched him lead my school’s nationally ranked basketball team to successful season, now as a freshman in college I’m writing about him. Going into his senior season, Tom is one

CPP Top 100: #71 Reid Travis

Reid Travis Stanford F 6’8 245 Junior 2016-2017 Stats: 17.4 Ppg, 0.5 Apg, 8.9 Rpg Why They Are Here Reid Travis is one of four people still playing college ball from the 2014 McDonald’s All-American class. He is one of the most dominant players in college basketball when healthy, but thats the issue, he's the most

CPP Top 100: #74 Corey Sanders

Corey Sanders Rutgers G 6’2 180 Junior 2016-2017 Stats: 12.8 Ppg, 3.2 Apg, 3.2 Rpg Why They Are Here Coming into his third season, Corey Sanders returns as a top player in the Big Ten and what I would consider a lock for an all-conference selection. He came in as one of the most talented and