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Top 10 college hoops players-to-watch

Published: Wednesday, Nov. 24 2010 9:04 p.m. MST

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Matt Massey, SOUTHERN UTAH, 6-FOOT-9 JUNIOR CENTER: This athletic big man from Australia has a year of Div. I hoops under his belt and will be one of the Thunderbirdsí main go-to guys. He averaged 7.9 points and 4.2 rebounds per game last year. His coach, Roger Reid, says that he has an amazing outside shooting touch for a guy his size and is crafty around the basket. This season he is expected to pick up his game even more.
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Utah Man
Salt Lake City, UT

Will Clyburn should be on this list. He is long, silky smoothe, and can score. Other than that, it should be a pretty good year for college basketball in the state of Utah.

Murph
Laie, HI

Lillard should be number 1

Striker
Omaha, NE

No surprise Jimmer is #1. He would make the top 10 list on a national level too. Andy Katz keeps close tabs on him.

cactusflats
American Fork, UT

Lillard could be another Ronnie Price style NBA talent at a small school.

cactusflats
American Fork, UT

Haven't heard of a missionary this tall since Shawn Bradley.

cactusflats
American Fork, UT

Nice to see UVU get some representation on this list!

cactusflats
American Fork, UT

I'm surprised Davies or Abouo from BYU didn't make this list.

Utesforlife
Lehi, UT

The kid is a stud. Too bad he got ripped on that lousy call last night.

Y4LYFE
Lubbock, TX

I would've added a couple more Y plaYers.

Kando
Sterling, Kansas

Damian should be #1 or at least #2. But hey a lot of good players. Congrats to Bullinger and Lilliard. GoooooooooooooWILDCATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

21baller23
centerville, ut

Isiah Williams should be Number 2 on this list. I went to the Utah state/UVU game and he is so fun to watch. I've seen every D.1 team play in Utah except souhern Utah and He is incredible. Jimmer is definetly #1, but Isiah williams is even more entertaining than Tai, athough Tai is quite a baller as well.

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