North Carolina's Armando Bacot (15.9 PPG, 10.9 RPG) is a First Team player. He wakes up and has 50 double-doubles in 71 games and averages one the past two seasons.
Filipowski, who led Duke in scoring, rebounding, and steals as a freshman, will play with more talent.
The 7-foot-4 Edey is a dominant two-way inside force and the second consecutive National Player of the Year to return to school after Kentucky's Oscar Tshiebwe.
Not bad for a Hall of Fame coach who has coached change-makers.
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The nation's top point guard was an unranked, under-recruited prospect who started college at George Mason and became a top-tier playmaker under Shaka Smart at Marquette.
Kolek and Marquette won't sneak up on anyone this winter, but with Kolek leading and everyone except Olivier-Maxence Prosper back, it may not matter.
He was third in the nation in assists and led the Golden Eagles to a 3-1 assist-to-turnover rate, a surprise last year.
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