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College Basketball Talk’s Top 100 Players: Nos. 80-61 #CBTTop100

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College Basketball Talk’s Top 100 Players: Nos. 100-81

No. 80 Shawn Long: Overshadowed by Elfrid Payton, the @ULRaginCajuns big man hits threes and blocks shots #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/kudNQbjOoF

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014


No. 79 Isaiah Whitehead: A key recruit for @SetonHallMBB, Whitehead could lead all freshmen in scoring #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/zT2roA97A3 — CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014

No. 78 Kennedy Meeks: Inconsistent as a frosh, Meeks should thrive for @UNC_Basketball after losing 60 lbs #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/TuHDJ42aJL

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014


No. 77 Angel Rodriguez: After sitting out last season, the @CanesHoops PG is healthy and ready to lead #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/Gx5fQpQTS5 — CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014

No. 76 Josh Scott: With Spencer Dinwiddie in the pros, Scott will be tasked with leading @CUBuffsMBB #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/sofo0ukdMz

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014


No. 75 Kyle Collinsworth: Haws gets the attention but K-Coll may be @BYUBasketball‘s best. How’s the ACL? #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/w2czbyKZop — CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014

No. 74 Quinn Cook: He may lose @Duke_MBB‘s PG role to Tyus Jones, but that says more about Jones than Cook #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/9xNBJYvCbN

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014


No. 73 Dakari Johnson: How deep is @KentuckyMBB this season? Johnson is their third-best center #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/ZWC5MkzKXL — CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014

No. 72 Olivier Hanlan: With Ryan Anderson gone, Hanlan will be a bright spot in a rough season for BC #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/liSZRJe7Qw

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014


No. 71 Theo Pinson: @UNC_Basketball‘s perimeter is loaded, so Pinson may end up coming off the bench #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/Lfml0OpiK9 — CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014

No. 70 Sam Thompson: Elite defender and the nation’s best dunker, @OhioStateHoops needs more scoring pop #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/vFk3mPfxMN

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014


No. 69 Siyani Chambers: Stats aren’t huge, but @hoopsatharvard‘s star is everything a coach wants in a PG #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/Dt9UOymAAb — CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014

No. 68 Kasey Hill: Hill has to fill Wilbekin’s shoes, but @GatorZoneMBK and Billy Donovan can develop PGs #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/jluiG1kSo6

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014


No. 67 Jarvis Summers: Marshall Henderson got the attention, but Summers was @OleMissMBB‘s best last year #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/Bh0hXskYBC — CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014

No. 66 Dustin Hogue: Avg’d 11.6 ppg, 8.4 rpg last season and steps into Melvin Ejim’s role for @CycloneMBB #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/49K8eNUW3c

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014


No. 65 D’angelo Russell: A dynamic scorer and playmaker, Russell will be @OhioStateHoops’ go-to guy #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/JSEQBkC1RM — CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014

No. 64 D.J. Newbill: One of the best wings in the Big Ten gets no attention b/c he plays for @PennStateMBB #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/Jp5tUd6qRq

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014


No. 63 Michael Frazier: The @GatorZoneMBK two guard might be the best three-point shooter in the country #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/NmF3MhSPGd — CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014

No. 62 Bobby Portis: The @RazorbackMBB big man is one of the nation’s best-kept secrets #CBTTop100 pic.twitter.com/jwvH4Rsfs2

— CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014


No. 61 Alan Williams: He plays for @UCSBbasketball so you may see him much, but he’s a monster on the block #CBTTop10 pic.twitter.com/x9J11tcovj — CollegeBasketbllTalk (@CBTonNBC) November 11, 2014

College Basketball Talk’s Top 100 Players: Nos. 100-81

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