Syracuse PG Michael Carter-Williams
Felder won the Horizon League’s Player of the Year honors after nearly averaging a double-double as a senior.
Bentil –the Big East’s Most Improved Player as a sophomore- led the conference in scoring (21.1 PPG) and finished fourth in rebounding (7.7).
Possessing one of the more unique skill-sets in this year's draft, St. Joseph's DeAndre' Bembry has a chance to hear his name called relatively early in the 2016 NBA Draft.
Plumlee (No. 40 pictured) averaged career-highs in points, rebounds and blocked shots as a senior.
Gbinije (No. 0 pictured) averaged 17.5 points per game for the Orangemen in 2015-16.
Richardson (No. 23 pictured driving against Dayton in the 2016 NCAA Tournament) earned All-ACC Freshman honors in 2015-16.
Valentine (No. 45 pictured) won the AP's National Player of the Year award after posting career-highs in points, rebounds and assists as a senior.
Poythress (No. 22 pictured about to dunk vs. Wichita State in 2014) has been just as effective in the classroom as he’s been on the floor during his four-year run for the Wildcats.
Diallo remains a candidate to sneak into the first round of the 2016 NBA Draft despite averaging just over seven minutes per game for the Jayhawks.
Cook is looking to follow in the footsteps of his father, Alvin Robertson, a four-time NBA All-Star.