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College Basketball Talk’s Top 100 Players: Nos. 40-17 #CBTTop100

Branden Dawson, Tom Izzo

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The #CBTTop100 Players Countdown:

No. 40 Branden Dawson: The talented @MSU_Basketball forward will finally be the focal point for Sparty #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/91g8k1S53x

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 39 Rashad Vaughn: The @UNLVathletics guard is talented enough to lead the nation’s frosh in scoring #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/wDLuX367l2

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 38 Aaron White: White will star for @IowaHoops program looking to rebound from poor finish last year #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/EVxBcS54kv

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 37 Keifer Sykes: He may play for @gbphoenixmbb, but the PG is one of the most exciting players in CBB #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/mA9Gpigipo

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 36 Willie Cauley-Stein: The best defensive center in the country resides in @KentuckyMBB‘s front court #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/JzzEPWjtXT

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 35 Brandon Ashley: With his foot now healthy, the @APlayersProgram PF should be an all-Pac 12 player #CBTTop10 pic.twitter.com/oPAmI44ZEM

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 34 Joe Young: With everything going on at @OregonMBB, Young will carry a massive load offensively #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/HzddxNgP4J

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 33 Terry Rozier: After playing behind Russ Smith for @GoCards Rozier’s expected to be a star this year #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/mu67nIRPKz

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 32 Andrew Harrison: @KentuckyMBB‘s starting point guard looks to take a step forward as a sophomore #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/x46L2C3MMz

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 31 Jerian Grant: Prior to being suspended, the @NDmbb guard was having an all-american caliber season #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/vkAxYW8YmO

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 30 R.J. Hunter: The @GSUPanthers guard is one of the nation’s best shooters, future NBA guard #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/l4YuCMQCSC

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 29 Cliff Alexander: @KUHoops frosh will be an elite rebounder. 50% chance that he breaks a backboard #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/h2jFyVnHAW

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 28 Justin Jackson: A smooth, sharp-shooting wing, the 6-foot-8 frosh is the key for @UNC_Basketball #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/QRfhTxIO4b

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 27 Treveon Graham: @VCUHavoc‘s leading scorer, Graham has been Shaka Smart’s go-to guy for tow years #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/QCJophVWcp

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 26 Perry Ellis: For all the talent on @KUHoops this year, my money is on Ellis leading them in scoring #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/4xzs5o0mU9

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 25 Aaron Harrison: After the three gamewinners last year, Harrison will lead @KentuckyMBB‘s in scoring #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/aMgoLbTEr2

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 24 Tyus Jones: He may not put up huge numbers, but he’ll fit perfectly alongside Okafor for @Duke_MBB #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/9qDRHPjvkF

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 23 Buddy Hield: The @OU_MBBall star went from defensive stopper to leading scorer as a sophomore #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/eotJTmrZyi

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 22 Tyler Haws: There’s a good chance that the @BYUbasketball star could lead the nation in scoring #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/gHyaWM9HKT

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 21 Kevin Pangos: Now that he’s healthy, expect the @ZagMBB star to border on an all-american season #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/ozrNB6goGn

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 20 Yogi Ferrell: @IUBB_Hoosiers‘s PG will carry a heavy load for a team playing faster this year #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/xk3YChVc3r

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 19 Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: RHJ is a jumper away from being a bonafide superstar for @APlayersProgram #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/H6M8dBXuFI

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 18 Kelly Oubre: The @KUHoops freshman wing may be the most talented player on the top five Jayhawks #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/Ewx4OeUdu9

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014


No. 17 Malcolm Brogdon: His stats won’t be massive, but Brogdon’s the engine that makes @UVAMensHoops run #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/ECQB5R6Npi

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 13, 2014