CBB Draft Kit: Power Conference Top-150

CBB Draft Kit: Power Conference Top-150

This article is part of our Draft Kit series.

For the purpose of this column, "power" conferences will be: American, ACC, Atlantic 10, Big East, Big 10, Big 12, Pac 12 and SEC. For rankings that use the entire Division I player pool, please check out our Overall Top-150 (posted Monday, Sept. 13).

Power Conference Top-150

1. Kofi Cockburn – Illinois

2. Trayce Jackson-Davis – Indiana

3. Marcus Carr – Texas

4. Tre Mitchell – Texas

5. Trevion Williams – Purdue

6. Kendric Davis – SMU

7. Remy Martin – Kansas

8. Julian Champagnie – St. John's

9. Scotty Pippen, Jr. – Vanderbilt

10.  Timmy Allen – Texas

11. Jayden Gardner – Virginia

12. Collin Gillespie – Villanova

13. Johnny Juzang – UCLA

14. Paolo Banchero – Duke

15. Jalen Duren – Memphis

16. E.J. Liddell – Ohio State      

17. Kellan Grady – Kentucky

18. Kyle Lofton – St. Bonaventure

19. Kevin Obanor – Texas Tech

20. Stanley Umude – Arkansas

21. Javonte Perkins – St. Louis

22. Marreon Jackson – Arizona State      

23. Buddy Boeheim – Syracuse

24. DeVante' Jones – Michigan

25. Tanner Groves – Oklahoma

26. Zach Freemantle – Xavier

27. Keyontae Johnson – Florida

28. Hunter Dickinson – Michigan

29. Ty Etienne – Wichita State  

30. James Bishop – George Washington

31. Keve Aluma – Virginia Tech

32. Quincy Guerrier – Oregon

33. Jimmy Boeheim – Syracuse

34. Javon Freeman-Liberty – DePaul

35. Nate Watson – Providence

36. Phlandrous Fleming, Jr. – Florida

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For the purpose of this column, "power" conferences will be: American, ACC, Atlantic 10, Big East, Big 10, Big 12, Pac 12 and SEC. For rankings that use the entire Division I player pool, please check out our Overall Top-150 (posted Monday, Sept. 13).

Power Conference Top-150

1. Kofi Cockburn – Illinois

2. Trayce Jackson-Davis – Indiana

3. Marcus Carr – Texas

4. Tre Mitchell – Texas

5. Trevion Williams – Purdue

6. Kendric Davis – SMU

7. Remy Martin – Kansas

8. Julian Champagnie – St. John's

9. Scotty Pippen, Jr. – Vanderbilt

10.  Timmy Allen – Texas

11. Jayden Gardner – Virginia

12. Collin Gillespie – Villanova

13. Johnny Juzang – UCLA

14. Paolo Banchero – Duke

15. Jalen Duren – Memphis

16. E.J. Liddell – Ohio State      

17. Kellan Grady – Kentucky

18. Kyle Lofton – St. Bonaventure

19. Kevin Obanor – Texas Tech

20. Stanley Umude – Arkansas

21. Javonte Perkins – St. Louis

22. Marreon Jackson – Arizona State      

23. Buddy Boeheim – Syracuse

24. DeVante' Jones – Michigan

25. Tanner Groves – Oklahoma

26. Zach Freemantle – Xavier

27. Keyontae Johnson – Florida

28. Hunter Dickinson – Michigan

29. Ty Etienne – Wichita State  

30. James Bishop – George Washington

31. Keve Aluma – Virginia Tech

32. Quincy Guerrier – Oregon

33. Jimmy Boeheim – Syracuse

34. Javon Freeman-Liberty – DePaul

35. Nate Watson – Providence

36. Phlandrous Fleming, Jr. – Florida

37. Nate Laszewski – Notre Dame

38. KeyShawn Feazell – Creighton

39. Ron Harper, Jr. – Rutgers

40. Zach Nutall – SMU

41. Paul Scruggs – Xavier

42. Oscar Tshiebwe – Kentucky

43. Isaiah Wong – Miami, Fla.

44. Xavier Johnson – Indiana

45. Michael Devoe – Georgia Tech

46. Dawson Garcia – North Carolina

47. Landers Nolley II – Memphis

48. Osun Osunniyi – St. Bonaventure

49. Paul Atkinson – Notre Dame

50. Filip Rebraca – Iowa

51. Walker Kessler – Auburn

52. Dylan Disu – Texas

53. Fatts Russell – Maryland

54. David McCormack – Kansas

55. Naz Bohannon - Clemson

56. Jaime Jaquez, Jr. – UCLA

57. Malik Curry – West Virginia

58. Jacob Gilyard – Richmond

59. Armando Bacot – North Carolina

60. Emanuel Miller – TCU

61. Justice Sueing – Ohio State

62. R.J. Gunn, Jr. – Duquesne

63. Charlie Moore – Miami, Fla.

64. Grant Golden – Richmond

65. Michael Steadman – Massachusetts  

66. Liam Robbins – Vanderbilt

67. Jalen Wilson – Kansas

68. Parker Stewart – Indiana

69. Colin Castleton – Florida

70. Isaiah Mobley – USC

71. Khalif Battle – Temple

72. Ty Groce – Butler

73. Taylor Funk – St. Joseph's

74. Michael Weathers – SMU

75. Jalen Pickett – Penn State

76. Matthew Mayer – Baylor

77.  Qudus Wahab – Maryland

78. Antonio Daye – Fordham

79. Prentiss Hubb – Notre Dame

80. Azuolas Tubelis – Arizona

81. Au'Diese Toney – Arkansas

82. Darius Days – LSU

83. Tolu Smith – Mississippi State

84. Chuba Ohams – Fordham

85. Noah Gurley – Alabama

86. Jarrod West – Louisville

87. RJ Cole – Connecticut

88. Jaden Shackelford – Alabama

89. Jordan Miller – Miami, Fla.

90. Ochai Agbaji – Kansas

91. Tyson Walker – Michigan State  

92. Chris Lykes – Arkansas

93. Emoni Bates - Memphis

94. Shahada Wells – TCU

95. Bryce Aiken – Seton Hall

96. Jordan Bohannon – Iowa

97. Amari Davis – Missouri

98. Andrew Jones – Texas

99. Jamison Battle – Minnesota

100. Tre King – Georgetown

101. Keyshawn Bryant – South Carolina

102. Jared Rhoden – Seton Hall

103. Sahvir Wheeler – Kentucky

104. Eric Ayala – Maryland

105. Alonzo Verge, Jr. – Nebraska

106. Michael Flowers – Washington State      

107. Posh Alexander – St. John's

108. Sean Sutherlin – Minnesota

109. Marcus Weathers – SMU

110. Moussa Cisse – Oklahoma State              

111. Justin Moore – Villanova

112. Nick Sherod – Richmond

113. Chris Vogt – Wisconsin

114. Markquis Nowell – Kansas State     

115. Caleb Love – North Carolina

116. Tim Dalger – Tulsa

117. DeAndre Williams - Memphis                          

118. Josiah-Jordan James – Tennessee

119. Jermaine Samuels – Villanova

120. Ishmael El-Amin – Rhode Island

121. Greg Lee – Penn State  

122. Ben Stanley – Xavier

123. Daniel Oladapo – Pittsburgh

124. Ricky Lindo, Jr. – George Washington

125. Kim Aiken, Jr. – Arizona

126. Samuell Williamson – Louisville

127. Wendell Moore, Jr. – Duke

128. Alexis Yetna – Seton Hall

129. Noah Horchler – Providence

130. Darius Quisenberry – Fordham

131. Kihei Clark – Virginia

132. John Fulkerson – Tennessee

133. Both Gach – Utah

134. Caleb Mills – Florida State

135. D.J. Jeffries – Mississippi State      

136. Justyn Mutts – Virginia Tech

137. Brady Manek – North Carolina

138. Eric Williams, Jr. – Oregon

139. Jeriah Horne – Tulsa

140. Bryce Nze – Butler

141. Tyrese Martin – Connecticut

142. Tristan Clark – SMU

143. Nathan Cayo - Richmond  

144. Micah Peavy – TCU

145. Jake LaRavia – Wake Forest

146. Toumani Camara – Dayton

147. Myreon Jones – Florida

148. Wendell Green, Jr. - Auburn  

149. Allen Flanigan - Auburn - Note: Set to miss several weeks due to Achilles injury.

150. Jailyn Ingram - Georgia

Editor's Note: These rankings are at the sole discretion of the author and may not coincide perfectly with the projections released on the website in September.

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