As the college basketball season approaches, Andy Katz spotlights ten men’s teams that had a challenging 2022-23 season but are poised for a strong comeback in 2023-24.
This season promises a new era for the Red Storm as they welcome Rick Pitino to the coaching staff. St. John’s, coming off a 7-13 conference record, now boasts one of the most successful coaches in NCAA Division I history. While the roster may lack obvious All-American or All-Big East players, Pitino’s leadership is expected to secure an NCAA tournament spot for St. John’s, with players in contention for postseason honors. Even the hip-hop artist 2-Chainz is endorsing the Red Storm, headlining the annual Red Storm Tip-Off on Oct. 20.
The Wildcats are looking to the NCAA tournament with two new faces and a resurgent veteran. Two-way guard Justin Moore has fully recovered from an Achilles surgery mid-season, and Villanova has added impact players through the transfer portal, including 6-foot-8 Philadelphia native Hakim Hart and senior TJ Bamba.
Ohio State is strengthening its roster by adding Jamison Battle from Minnesota and Evan Mahaffey from Penn State. Combined with the return of key players like Zed Key, Bruce Thornton, Roddy Gayle, and Felix Okpara, the Buckeyes are a solid NCAA tournament contender.
The Badgers are set to return nearly their entire squad from a team that narrowly missed out on the Big Dance. With experienced players like Tyler Wahl, junior Chucky Hepburn, sharpshooter Connor Essegian, and Max Klesmit, Wisconsin is on a clear path to the NCAA tournament.
The Flyers, on the cusp of an NCAA berth last season, are primed to dominate the Atlantic 10, led by All-American candidate DaRon Holmes II.
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