a sleeper to make a deep run in March


has become an impact player at both ends of the floor this season, improving his shooting stroke (39 percent from three) and growing into one of the SEC’s best defenders (2.2 steals  NBA Live Coins     per game). He was rewarded for it with the conference player of the year award.<h4 id="6a4lKW">18. Semi Ojeleye, PF, SMUOjeleye left Duke during its

national championship season in 2015 because he couldn’t get consistent minutes. At SMU, he’s turned into one of college basketball’s great scorers. The junior forward has a rare combination of strength, shooting range (43 percent on  NBA Live Mobile Coins threes) and touch around the basket. At 6’7, 235 pounds, he’s the matchup nightmare who makes SMU a sleeper to make a deep run in March.<h4

id="3dUcIO">17. Joel Berry II, PG, North CarolinaNorth Carolina lost Marcus Paige to graduation this season, but the rise of Joel Berry II has helped the Tar Heels maintain their status as one of the country’s best teams. The junior has become a consistent scorer (15 points per game) and knockdown three-point shooter (41.5 percent) this season. Alongside Justin Jackson (more on him later), he’ll have to carry  WELCOME TO https://www.mmogo.com/