Tuesday, December 12, 2017

WVU basketball lands in ESPN’s ‘No-Longer-Way-Too-Early Top 25′

Jevon Carter shooting free throws against Kansas State Photo Credit: Kelsie VanderWijst

Jevon Carter shooting free throws against Kansas State
Photo Credit: Kelsie VanderWijst

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.– The West Virginia University men’s basketball lands at No.20 in ESPN’s ESPN’s No-Longer-Way-Too-Early Top 25.

The Mountaineers are one of five of the Big 12 basketball teams that have landed in the top 25, three of which are in the top 10.

Maryland and North Carolina lead the way at the top of the rankings.

With basketball season less than 100 days away, ESPN figures teams are more solidly set and uncertainties are less fuzzy.

West Virginia will prepare for the upcoming season with a tournament in the Bahamas, which begins next week.

Here is the Top 25:

1. Maryland Terrapins

2. North Carolina Tar Heels

3. Kentucky Wildcats

4. Virginia Cavaliers

5. Kansas Jayhawks

6.  Duke Blue Devils

7. Iowa State Cyclones

8. Oklahoma Sooners

9. Wichita State Shockers

10. Villanova Wildcats

11. Gonzaga Bulldogs

12. California Golden Bears

13.  Utah Utes

14. Indiana Hoosiers

15.  Arizona Wildcats

16. Notre Dame Fighting Irish

17. Baylor Bears

18. Vanderbilt Commodores

19. Michigan State Spartans

20. West Virginia Mountaineers

21. SMU Mustangs

22. LSU Tigers

23. Butler Bulldogs

24. Wisconsin Badgers

25. Texas A&M Aggies

 

 

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