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Mid Major Madness CAA Preseason Awards: Returning talent in a crowded first team
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MyBB Mid Major Madness CAA Preseason Awards: Returning talent in a crowded first team

Newcomer of the Year: Jeantal Cylla, Jr., F, UNCW

The Newcomer of the Year distinction is dependent on both talent and opportunity. Based on the rumblings out of Wilmington, former FAU Owl Jeantal Cylla will have both for the Seahawks. CB McGrath has a lot of starting spots to fill out around Devontae Cacok, but Cylla seems to have the inside track for the other forward spot. The former three-star prospect has starter experience and spent his redshirt season honing his outside shot. That’s the perfect complement for Cacok, who operates best when he has space to catch lobs and crash the offensive glass.

All-CAA Preseason First Team:

Devontae Cacok, Sr., F, UNCW

It’s a credit to Devontae Cacok’s talent that he is an All-CAA lock and Malone Award candidate even as CB McGrath is still putting his mark on UNCW. In three seasons, Cacok has led the NCAA in two separate categories (field goal percentage in 2017, rebounding in 2018) and could add more tools to his arsenal as a senior.
10-24-2018 11:43 AM
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