HeroSports takes a look at seven players who we expect to put up huge numbers next season… [divider]
F Joey Flannery
Babson: It's scary to think Flannery still has two more years left. As a sophomore, the versatile, 6-foot-5 Flannery put up 21.5 ppg and 6.2 rpg. He led Babson to a program-best 29 victories, a NEWMAC tournament title and a trip to the NCAA tournament semifinals. Flannery will only get better.
F Will Fonseca
Staten Island: This athletic 6-foot-5 wing averaged 26.1 ppg and 12.5 rpg as a junior. His 732 points on the year is a program record. Don't leave him open either, as he can knock down the 3-pointer. Fonseca shot 42 percent from beyond the arc last season. He scored 41 points to lift the Dolphins to a second straight ECAC crown.
G Bryson Fonville
Catholic: This playmaker has a knack for setting up his teammates. He is one of the top passers in the nation and led the Landmark Conference with 5.4 apg, and he can score too. Fonville finished with 38 points in NCAA tournament victory over Alvernia.
C Justin Jones
Hardin-Simmons: A sophomore last season, Jones emerged as a force inside. If he's not altering shots, he's blocking them. The 6-9 Jones was third in the nation with 3.81 bpg. He also averaged 13 ppg and eight rpg. He will continue to be a difference maker in the post for Hardin-Simmons.
F Andre Norris
Dubuque: Norris earned Iowa Conference MVP honors last season and deservingly so after he averaged 20 ppg, 8.8 rpg and 3.1 bpg. Dubuque went 23-6 last season and earned a NCAA tournament berth thanks in large part to their star forward. With Norris leading the way, expect another impressive season for Dubuque in 2015-16.
G Jordan Rezendes
UMass Dartmouth: A 51-point effort against Keene State, 36 against Worcester State, and there's that time he dished nine assists against Messiah. Yes, Rezendes is a player. Rezendes is one of the most talented players in the country and he will continue to lead a rising Corsairs program.
G Ty Sabin
Ripon: He is rewriting the record book for the Red Hawks and he just finished up his sophomore campaign. Sabin is the active NCAA leader for career scoring average at 23.8 ppg, and his 27.9 ppg was second in the nation last season. He can knock down the 3-pointer with consistency and has excellent court vision. He poured in a career-high 41 points in a victory over Lake Forest last season.