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2017-18 SEC Player Preview: Braxton Key

In Features by Blake Lovell

The versatility of Alabama forward Braxton Key was fully on display during his freshman season in Tuscaloosa. Key led the Crimson Tide in scoring with 12 points per game, finished second in rebounding with 5.7 rebounds per game, and offered …

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2017-18 SEC Player Previews: Tyler Davis

In Features by Mitchell Smilie

Once upon a time, dinosaurs roamed the Earth. People referred to them as “big men”, “post players”, “centers”, “power forwards”, with the emphasis on power. Their names were Wilt, Kareem, Shaq, Hakeem, Ewing, Sampson, among many others. Having one of these …

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2017-18 SEC Player Previews: Daryl Macon

In Features by Blake Lovell

Daryl Macon’s first season at Arkansas was certainly a memorable one. The 6-3 guard from Little Rock was a natural in Mike Anderson’s “Fastest 40” style in pushing the pace and contributing a constant stream of scoring. This season, he’ll …

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2017-18 SEC Player Preview: Danjel Purifoy

In Features by Ken Cross

Danjel Purifoy joined Mustapha Heron, Austin Wiley, and Jared Harper as the top four scoring leaders for Auburn last season.  As all four enter their sophomore season, they will once again be the focal point on a team that will …

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2017-18 SEC Player Preview: Derek Ogbeide

In Features by Blake Lovell

For Georgia to be successful this season, it will have to be about more than just Yante Maten. That’s where Derek Ogbeide enters the picture. The 6-8 junior forward started 33 of 34 games last season and played valuable minutes …

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2017-18 SEC Player Preview: Maik Kotsar

In Features by Ken Cross

Maik Kotsar continued to make his presence felt last season as South Carolina earned its first Final Four berth in team history. Kotsar became a visible presence in the paint as his length allowed him to be a better defender, …

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2017-18 SEC Player Preview: Jeff Roberson

In Features by Blake Lovell

Every team needs a player like Jeff Roberson. Bryce Drew and Vanderbilt get the luxury of having the 6-6 forward/guard/center on their team, and that should once again pay off in a big way this upcoming season. While my appreciation …

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2017-18 SEC Player Preview: Robert Williams

In Features by Blake Lovell

Texas A&M forward Robert Williams did not have a typical freshman season. In his first game with the Aggies, he blocked five shots. That was the starting point towards the nation’s longest blocked shot streak at 32 games and the …