If your fantasy college basketball league is limited to major conferences, Chris Drumwright has you covered with his annual Power Conference Top-150.
With the 2021-22 college basketball season fast approaching, Chris Drumright returns to rank the top-150 fantasy players across all Division 1 teams.
After posting 16.5 ppg at Nevada in 2020-21, Teddy Allen is headed to the Mountain West, where the forward will be a sleeper MW Player of the Year candidate and fantasy dynamo.
NBA prospect Marcus Carr is back in school but taking his talents to a revamped Texas team to help replace pieces lost in the backcourt. Chris Drumright ranks the top-25 impact transfers in power conferences.
Even when the rankings stretch out to all 353 teams in Division 1 college basketball, a certain Hawkeye still tops the fantasy preseason rankings list. Chris Drumright offers up his overall top-150 for 2020-21.
Back for another year with the Sun Devils, is Remy Martin poised to be a top-5 fantasy player 2020-21? Chris Drumright ranks the top 150 players from power conferences for the upcoming season.
With the transfer market seemingly more active than ever before, Jake Letarski takes a closer look at the top power conference transfers set to make a fantasy impact in 2020-21.
Freshman such as Cole Anthony lead the early rounds of this keeper league draft, where a premium is placed on first-year and center-eligible players.
As an experienced leader in one of the nation's top programs, does Cassius Winston top Chris Drumwright's overall top-150, or will a mid-major player take the crown?
With the college basketball season two weeks away, the RotoWire team took to Fantrax for the year's first official mock draft.
Get ready for all your season-long college basketball drafts with cheat sheets, depth charts, previews, projections and anything else you might need to dominate your league.
Can the latest star Hilltopper recruit help you fill two vital spots on your fantasy roster? Perry Missner returns with a deeper dive into the rankings, ordering the top-150 players from Tier 2.
Is UNC's Luke Maye a lock to be a first-round pick? Perry Missner provides a tiered top-150 ranking for players in the most common fantasy college basketball format: Power 5 plus Big East.
Perry Missner and his crew of college hoops fanatics dive deep into the player pool to select players from the second tier of conferences that falls just shy of
Does a freshman top our college hoops rankings yet again, or will Perry Missner turn to an established product? With draft season in full swing, the annual Power Conference Top 150 is upon us.
Where does top Duke recruit Marvin Bagley land in this year's draft? RotoWire's Perry Missner offers a play-by-play commentary of the 2017 Big Chief mock draft, which selects players from power conferences.
With NCAA Basketball, the player pool is deeper than any other sport. Perry Missner examines how a mock draft might play out when power conference teams are excluded.
Josh Hawkinson may be the top forward in this year's rankings, but is he top overall? Find out in Perry Missner's annual power conference top-150.
With another season just around the corner, Perry Missner returns to recap his Tier 1 (power conferences) mock draft.
Perry Missner reviews some of the notable coaching changes in college hoops this season, including Herb Sendek landing in Santa Clara.
RotoWire's Perry Missner recaps a mock draft that sets power conferences aside to focus on
RotoWire's Perry Missner recaps a seven-team power conference mock draft that places a high value on the stock of freshman players.
RotoWire's David Brown takes a look at sleeper candidates looking to make a jump between their freshman and sophomore seasons.
Jordan Mickey is not the first pick of the draft, but he represents good first-round value as he'll get more offensive opportunities this season.
Roosevelt Jones is back to help Bulter knock Villanova from its Big East perch.
The talent might be off in the Mountain West this year, but it will get a boost if Wyoming's Larry Nancy Jr. returns healthy from an ACL tear.
Montrezl Harrell leads Louisville into the ACC this year with an eye on knocking off Duke and North Carolina.
Coach Bill Self is the class of the conference, and the Kansas Jayhawks should own the Big 12 again this year.
With players like UMass' Cady Lalanne, the A10 doesn't have to take a backseat its big brother conferences any longer.
Jordan Mickey turned in an impressive campaign last year and should have even more room to work in the LSU offense this season.