CPP 100: #21 Rawle Alkins

Rawle Alkins Arizona 6'5 G Sophomore 2016-2017 Stats: 10.9 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.1 assists Why They Are Here Rawle Alkins is one of the top returning players in college basketball. Alkins had the option to go into the NBA Draft as a likely early second round pick. Instead, Alkins decide to return in hopes of improving

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: #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: #32 Chimezie Metu

Leading up the season we are doing a countdown of the Top 100 players in college basketball. These rankings are based on a poll made up of 14 CPP writers. These writers span from UCLA to Seton Hall so there is very little bias. Each day we will release the

Special Solar eclipse day Bracketology

          Special Solar eclipse day Bracketology by: Jonathon Warriner For some, today might be the last time you will be able to read my Bracketology, due to looking into the sun without Solar eclipse glasses. Enjoy reading my latest predictions, and remember to wear the Solar eclipse glasses before looking at the

CPP Top 100: #53 Jordan McLaughlin

Jordan McLaughlin USC 6'1 G Senior 2016-2017 Stats: 12.9 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 5.5 apg Why They Are Here Jordan McLaughlin is the #53 ranked player in the CPP Top 100 because of his ability to facilitate in the backcourt and his improved shooting over his collegiate career.  His freshman year, McLaughlin shot only 27% while making

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: Update August 1st 2017

West Region (Los Angeles) 1.Arizona (San Diego) 16.Stephen F. Austin 8.Virginia Tech 9.Iowa 4.Seton Hall (Boise) 13.Harvard 5.St. Mary’s 12.Vermont 3.West Virginia (Pittsburgh) 14.Charleston 6.Rhode Island 11.Wake Forest/ Indiana 2.Wichita State (Dallas) 15.South Dakota 7.Gonzaga 10.Georgia Tech South Region (Atlanta) 1.Louisville (Nashville) 16.Hampton/ St. Peter’s 8.Michigan 9.Texas 4.Xavier (Detroit) 13.Akron 5.UCLA 12.Oakland 3.North Carolina (Charlotte) 14.Jacksonville State 6.Northwestern 11.Vanderbilt 2.Kentucky (Nashville) 15.Furman 7.TCU 10.Florida State East Region (Boston) 1.Michigan State (Detroit) 16.St. Francis (PA)/ Idaho 8.Baylor 9.Butler 4.Florida (Dallas) 13.Western Kentucky 5.Notre Dame 12.Bucknell 3.Duke (Charlotte) 14.Florida Gulf Coast 6.Providence 11.Missouri/

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: #95 Kris Wilkes

Leading up the season we are doing a countdown of the Top 100 players in college basketball. These rankings are based on a poll made up of 14 CPP writers. These writers span from UCLA to Seton Hall so there is very little bias. Each day we will release the

NBA Draft Player Breakdown: Lonzo Ball

Leading up to the NBA Draft we will be analyzing scouting reports for various players who have entered their name in this year’s NBA Draft.  The focus of these articles will be on prospects who we find most intriguing and feel readers need to become more familiar with.  Please let