College Basketball Media Days: Conference preseason poll, awards tracker 2020-21

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Conferences will be added to the list below as soon as their results are public.

AAC

  1. Houston (9) — 99
  2. Memphis (2) — 90
  3. SMU — 80
  4. Cincinnati — 77
  5. USF — 61
  6. Tulsa — 50
  7. Wichita State — 44
  8. UCF — 37
  9. East Carolina — 34
  10. Temple — 18
  11. Tulane — 15

Caleb Mills, Houston — Preseason POY
Keith Williams, Cincinnati
Jayden Gardner, East Carolina
Kendric Davis, SMU
Brandon Rachal, Tulsa

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ACC

1. Virginia (97) — 2214
2. Duke (34) — 2146
3. Florida State (15) — 1973
4. North Carolina (7) — 1933
5. Louisville (2) — 1693
6. Syracuse — 1234
7. Miami — 1223
8. NC State — 1149
9. Georgia Tech — 1147
10. Clemson — 1057
11. Virginia Tech — 794
12. Notre Dame — 769
13. Pitt — 635
14. Boston College — 404
15. Wake Forest — 229

Garrison Brooks, North Carolina — Preseason POY
Sam Hauser, Virginia
Scottie Barnes, Florida State
Jalen Johnson, Duke
Aamir Simms, Clemson
Chris Lykes, Miami

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Big 12

  1. Baylor (7) — 79
  2. Kansas (3) — 73
  3. West Virginia — 61
  4. Texas — 58
  5. Texas Tech — 53
  6. Oklahoma — 39
  7. Oklahoma State — 35
  8. Iowa State — 19
  9. TCU — 18
  10. Kansas State — 15

Jared Butler, Baylor — Preseason POY
Marcus Garrett, Kansas
Austin Reaves, Oklahoma
Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State
Matt Coleman III, Texas
Oscar Tshiebwe, West Virginia

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Big East

  1. Villanova (9) — 99
  2. Creighton (2) — 91
  3. Providence — 79
  4. Connecticut — 69
  5. Seton Hall — 67
  6. Marquette — 50
  7. Xavier — 47
  8. Butler — 37
  9. St. John’s — 33
  10. DePaul — 20
  11. Georgetown — 13

Marcus Zegarowski, Creighton — Preseason POY
Charlie Moore, DePaul
David Duke, Providence
Sandro Mamukelasvhili, Seton Hall
Collin Gillespie, Villanova
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Villanova

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Pac-12

  1. UCLA (9) — 251
  2. Arizona State (5) — 246
  3. Oregon (7) — 241
  4. Stanford (1) — 209
  5. Arizona — 173
  6. USC (1) — 154
  7. Colorado — 149
  8. Utah — 131
  9. Washington — 85
  10. California — 65
  11. Washington State — 54
  12. Oregon State — 36

Timmy Allen, Utah
Matt Bradley, California
Oscar da Silva, Stanford
Chris Duarte, Oregon
Remy Martin, Arizona State
Evan Mobley, USC
Will Richardson, Oregon
Chris Smith, UCLA
Ziaire Williams, Stanford
McKinley Wright IV, Colorado

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A10

  1. Richmond (19) — 380
  2. Saint Louis (7) — 364
  3. Dayton (2) — 318
  4. St. Bonaventure — 307
  5. Duquesne — 278
  6. Rhode Island — 246
  7. Davidson — 229
  8. Massachusetts — 192
  9. VCU — 175
  10. George Mason — 133
  11. George Washington — 113
  12. Saint Joseph’s — 85
  13. La Salle — 80
  14. Fordham — 40

Kellan Grady, Davidson
Jalen Crutcher, Dayton
Tre Mitchell, Massachusetts
Fatts Russell, Rhode Island
Jacob Gilyard, Richmond
Jordan Goodwin, Saint Louis

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America East

  1. Vermont (8) — 80
  2. UMBC (2) — 72
  3. New Hampshire — 66
  4. UAlbany — 51
  5. Stony Brook — 44
  6. Hartford — 43
  7. UMass Lowell — 38
  8. NJIT — 28
  9. Binghamton — 14
  10. Maine — 14

Zach Cooks, NJIT
Nick Guadarrama, New Hampshire
Cam Healy, UAlbany
Obadiah Noel, UMass Lowell
Stef Smith, Vermont

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A-Sun

  1. Lipscomb (16) — 256
  2. Liberty (10) — 245
  3. Stetson (4) — 202
  4. North Florida (2) — 192
  5. FGCU — 156
  6. North Alabama — 146
  7. Jacksonville — 108
  8. Kennesaw State — 68
  9. Bellarmine — 62

Ahsan Asadullah, Lipscomb — Preseason POY
Caleb Catto, FGCU
Darius McGhee, Liberty
Carter Hendricksen, North Florida
Mahamadou Diawara, Stetson
Rob Perry, Stetson
Jalen Warren, FGCU
Elijah Cuffee, Liberty
Jamari Blackmon, North Alabama
Emanuel Littles, North Alabama

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Big Sky

  1. Eastern Washington (24) — 304
  2. Montana (2) — 250
  3. Northern Colorado (2) — 222
  4. Montana State — 200
  5. Weber State — 183
  6. Southern Utah — 173
  7. Portland State — 147
  8. Northern Arizona — 143
  9. Sacramento State — 93
  10. Idaho State — 86
  11. Idaho — 50

Jacob Davison, Eastern Washington — Preseason POY
Kim Aiken Jr., Eastern Washington
Bodie Hume, Northern Colorado
Jubrile Belo, Northern Colorado
Cameron Shelton, Northern Arizona
Michael Steadman, Montana

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Big South

  1. Winthrop (21) — 261
  2. UNC Asheville (2) — 214
  3. Charleston Southern — 192
  4. Gardner-Webb (1) — 188
  5. USC Upstate — 149
  6. Radford — 127
  7. High Point — 117
  8. Longwood — 111
  9. Hampton — 92
  10. Campbell — 78
  11. Presbyterian College — 55

Phlandrous Fleming Jr., Charleston Southern — Preseason POY
D.J. Burns Jr., Winthrop
DeVon Baker, UNC Asheville
Chandler Vaudrin, Winthrop
Jaheam Cornwall, Gardner-Webb

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CAA

  1. Hofstra (16) — 290
  2. Delaware (11) — 270
  3. Drexel (7) — 242
  4. Towson (4) — 230
  5. Elon — 215
  6. Charleston — 196
  7. Northeastern — 167
  8. UNCW — 110
  9. James Madison — 101
  10. William & Mary — 69

Matt Lewis, James Madison — Preseason POY
James Butler, Drexel
Isaac Kante, Hofstra
Zane Martin, Towson
Camren Wynter, Drexel

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C-USA

  1. WKU (11)
  2. North Texas (3)
  3. Marshall
  4. UAB
  5. Old Dominion
  6. Charlotte
  7. Louisiana Tech
  8. UTEP
  9. UTSA
  10. Florida Atlantic
  11. FIU
  12. Middle Tennessee
  13. Southern Miss
  14. Rice

Jordan Shepherd, Charlotte
Jahmir Young, Charlotte
Taevion Kinsey, Marshall
Jarrod West, Marshall
Javion Hamlet, North Texas
Bryson Williams, UTEP
Jhivvan Jackson, UTSA
Keaton Wallace, UTSA
Taveion Hollingsworth, WKU
Charles Bassey, WKU

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Horizon

  1. Wright State (37) – 517
  2. Youngstown State (3) – 423
  3. Northern Kentucky (4) – 413
  4. Robert Morris – 345
  5. UIC – 312
  6. Oakland – 288
  7. Cleveland State – 283
  8. Green Bay – 253
  9. Detroit Mercy – 185
  10. Milwaukee – 172
  11. Purdue Fort Wayne – 127
  12. IUPUI – 114

Loudon Love, Wright State — Preseason POY
Antoine Davis, Detroit Mercy
Amari Davis, Green Bay
Marcus Burk, IUPUI
Darius Quisenberry, Youngstown State

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MAAC

  1. Siena (11) — 121
  2. Iona — 103
  3. Monmouth — 89
  4. Saint Peter’s — 89
  5. Manhattan — 77
  6. Niagara — 63
  7. Quinnipiac — 54
  8. Fairfield — 39
  9. Marist — 36
  10. Canisius — 31
  11. Rider — 24

Jalen Pickett, Siena — Preseason POY
Deion Hammond, Monmouth
Marcus Hammond, Niagara
KC Ndefo, Saint Peter’s
Manny Camper, Siena

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MEAC

Northern Division

  1. Norfolk State (16) — 123
  2. Morgan State (2) — 101
  3. Howard (3) — 88
  4. Coppin State (1) — 71
  5. Delaware State — 43
  6. Maryland Eastern Shore — 36

Southern Division

  1. North Carolina Central (11) — 95
  2. North Carolina A&T (9) — 94
  3. Florida A&M (1) — 59
  4. Bethune-Cookman* — 51
  5. South Carolina State (1) — 31

Kameron Langley, North Carolina A&T — Preseason POY
DeJuan Clayton, Coppin State
C.J. Keyser, NC Central
Koby Thomas, Coppin State
Makur Maker, Howard

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MVC

  1. Northern Iowa (30) — 426
  2. Loyola Chicago (13) — 405
  3. Bradley (1) — 341
  4. Indiana State — 282
  5. Southern Illinois — 235
  6. Missouri State — 210
  7. Drake — 207
  8. Valparaiso — 148
  9. Illinois State — 112
  10. Evansville — 54

A.J. Green, Northern Iowa — Preseason POY
Elijah Childs, Bradley
Tyreke Key, Indiana State
Cameron Krutwig, Loyola Chicago
Austin Phyfe, Northern Iowa

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MWC

  1. San Diego State (14) — 211
  2. Boise State (4) — 188
  3. Utah State (2) — 177
  4. UNLV — 160
  5. Colorado State — 141
  6. Nevada — 114
  7. New Mexico — 106
  8. Fresno State — 93
  9. Wyoming — 59
  10. Air Force — 39
  11. San José State — 32

Derrick Alston Jr., Boise State — Preseason POY
Isaiah Stevens, Colorado State
Matt Mitchell, San Diego State
Bryce Hamilton, UNLV
Neemias Queta, Utah State

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NEC

  1. Fairleigh Dickinson (6)
  2. LIU (4)
  3. Bryant
  4. Mount St. Mary’s
  5. St. Francis Brooklyn
  6. Saint Francis U
  7. Merrimack
  8. Wagner
  9. Central Connecticut
  10. Sacred Heart

Damian Chong Qui, Mount St. Mary’s
Ty Flowers, LIU
Chauncey Hawkins, St. Francis Brooklyn
Jahlil Jenkins, Fairleigh Dickinson
Elyjah Williams, Fairleigh Dickinson

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OVC

  1. Austin Peay (9) — 226
  2. Murray State (10) — 226
  3. Belmont (5) — 214
  4. Eastern Kentucky — 173
  5. Eastern Illinois — 153
  6. Tennessee State — 139
  7. Jacksonville State — 124
  8. Morehead State — 87
  9. Tennessee Tech — 84
  10. UT Martin — 80
  11. SIU Edwardsville — 48
  12. Southeast Missouri State — 30

Terry Taylor, Austin Peay — Preseason POY
Jordyn Adams, Austin Peay
Tevin Brown, Murray State
Jomaru Brown, Eastern Kentucky
Jr. Clay, Tennessee Tech
Tre King, Eastern Kentucky
Carlos Marshall Jr., Tennessee State
Grayson Murphy, Belmont
Nick Muszynski, Belmont
Mack Smith, Eastern Illinois
Parker Stewart, UT Martin
Josiah Wallace, Eastern Illinois
KJ Williams, Murray State

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SoCon

  1. UNCG (4) — 76
  2. Furman (5) — 74
  3. ETSU (1) — 63
  4. Mercer — 56
  5. Wofford — 47
  6. Western Carolina — 44
  7. Chattanooga — 38
  8. Samford — 23
  9. VMI — 15
  10. The Citadel — 14

Isaiah Miller, UNCG — Preseason POY
Ledarrius Brewer, ETSU
Ty Brewer, ETSU
Mike Bothwell, Furman
Noah Gurley, Furman
Clay Mounce, Furman
Ross Cummings, Mercer
Jeff Gary, Mercer
David Jean-Baptiste, Chattanooga
Mason Faulkner, Western Carolina
Storm Murphy, Wofford

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Southland

  1. Stephen F. Austin (17) — 278
  2. Abilene Christian (3) — 254
  3. Sam Houston State — 216
  4. Nicholls (1) — 209
  5. Lamar (3) — 199
  6. McNeese (2) — 177
  7. Central Arkansas — 153
  8. New Orleans — 132
  9. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi — 131
  10. Northwestern State — 123
  11. Southeastern Louisiana — 68
  12. UIW — 64
  13. Houston Baptist — 24

Joe Pleasant, Abilene Christian
Rylan Bergersen, Central Arkansas
Dru Kuxhausen, McNeese
Zach Nutall, Sam Houston State
Gavin Kensmil, Stephen F. Austin

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Summit

  1. South Dakota State (33) — 608
  2. Oral Roberts — 514
  3. North Dakota State (3) — 466
  4. Omaha — 379
  5. South Dakota — 354
  6. North Dakota — 301
  7. Kansas City — 248
  8. Denver — 203
  9. Western Illinois — 167

Douglas Wilson, South Dakota State — Preseason POY
Noah Freidel, South Dakota State
Kevin Obanor, Oral Roberts
Matt Pile, Omaha
Filip Rebraca, North Dakota
Stanley Umude, South Dakota

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Sun Belt

Ruot Monyyong, Little Rock — Preseason POY
Markquis Nowell, Little Rock
Justin Forrest, App State
Kane Williams, Georgia State
DeVante Jones, Coastal Carolina

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SWAC

  1. Texas Southern — 124
  2. Southern — 117
  3. Prairie View A&M — 115
  4. Jackson State — 88
  5. Alcorn State — 75
  6. Grambling State — 71
  7. Alabama State — 59
  8. Alabama A&M — 50
  9. Mississippi Valley State — 33
  10. Arkansas-Pine Bluff — 28

Tristan Jarrett, Jackson State — Preseason POY
Troymain Crosby, Alcorn State
Yahuza Rosas, Texas Southern
Justin Hopkins, Texas Southern
Jayveous McKinnis, Jackson State

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WAC

  1. New Mexico State (8) — 64
  2. Grand Canyon (1) — 52
  3. UT Rio Grande Valley — 45
  4. Cal Baptist — 43
  5. Seattle U — 33
  6. Tarleton State — 31
  7. Utah Valley — 28
  8. Dixie State — 20
  9. Chicago State — 8

Jabari Rice, New Mexico State — Preseason POY
Alessandro Lever, Grand Canyon
Javon Levi, UT Rio Grande Valley
Johnny McCants, New Mexico State
Donnie Tillman, New Mexico State

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WCC

  1. Gonzaga (9) — 81
  2. BYU (1) — 69
  3. Saint Mary’s — 63
  4. Pepperdine — 57
  5. San Francisco — 52
  6. Santa Clara — 38
  7. LMU — 33
  8. Pacific — 31
  9. San Diego — 16
  10. Portland — 10

Joel Ayayi, Gonzaga
Alex Barcello, BYU
Jamaree Bouyea, San Francisco
Kessler Edwards, Pepperdine
Corey Kispert, Gonzaga
Colbey Ross, Pepperdine
Eli Scott, Loyola Marymount
Matthias Tass, Saint Mary’s
Drew Timme, Gonzaga
Josip Vrankic, Santa Clara

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Eli Boettger is a college basketball writer and founder of HeatCheckCBB.com. He has previously worked for Sporting News, DAZN and USA TODAY SMG.

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