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CAA Preseason Power Rankings: Charleston looks to unseat UNC Wilmington

5. UNC Wilmington Seahawks

The CAA’s two-time defending champions will look much different than the teams that gave UVA and Duke scares in the past two NCAA Tournaments. Four key contributors are gone, including the leading scorer Bryce, along with seniors Chris Flemmings, Denzel Ingram and Ambrose Mosley. Longtime Roy Williams disciple C.B. McGrath will be the only rookie head coach in the league this year, but he has a chance to keep the Seahawks competitive with what they return this season.

The key piece sticking around is 2017 Defensive Player of the Year and new record-holder for the best field goal percentage over a season in NCAA history, Devontae Cacok (80 percent from the floor in 35 games). He’s not going to get the same looks as he did with four all-CAA guards around him, but look for Cacok to again be one of the league’s best players and take pressure off the guys playing larger roles. That includes former sixth man Jordon Talley, who will now have the green light to get the offense going from the jump as a starting guard.
10-18-2017 03:00 AM
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