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The criteria: 1/3 their NBA prospects, 1/3 their individual talent, 1/3 how vital they are to their team’s success. Jordan Mc Laughlin, PG, USC, Junior Had a terrific sophomore season (13.4 ppg, 47/42/73) but then basically the entire Trojans team transferred or graduated or went pro, so Mc Laughlin will form a 2-man game with forward Bennie Boatwright, who just missed this list. Jack Gibbs, G, Davidson, Senior Averaged 23.5 ppg last year and should be a contender for A-10 Player of the Year. Antonio Blakeney, G, LSU, Sophomore Highly-touted coming out of high school, he never became the wingman to Ben Simmons, and struggled (42/33 shooting; 12.6 ppg). Peter Jok, G, Iowa, Senior Played in the shadow of Jarrod Uthoff, but had a fantastic season (16.1 ppg, 43/40/85). Also, he was incredible from deep in the NCAA Tournament: 17-of-35. Austin Nichols, F, Virginia, Junior Sat out a year after transferring from Memphis, where he put up 13.3 ppg. Kobi Simmons, G, Arizona, Freshman Big point guard was the best prep player in Georgia last year and should start from Day 1. Nigel Hayes, F, Wisconsin, senior Struggled offensively without Dekker and Kaminsky, and saw his shooting percentages dip from 49/39 to 36/29. Seth Allen, G, Virginia Tech, Senior This is a projection that the former Maryland guard will greatly improve on his 14.7 ppg junior campaign.
A group of wide-eyed kids are setting foot on campus for the first time.Summer may have just begun, but if you’re going to be a college freshman come the fall, you’re definitely already thinking about how to prepare for the upcoming school year.Packing for your first year of college is exciting, overwhelming, and confusing.The school began in the downtown plaza Lugo adobe in 1865 as Saint Vincent's College at the behest of Archdiocese of Los Angeles Bishop Thaddeus Amat.After relocating to Hill Street in 1869 and to Grand Avenue in 1889, the Vincentian fathers ceded control of the school to the Society of Jesus in 1911, and it relocated to Avenue 52 in Highland Park as the prep school Los Angeles College.