Hasbrouck is one to watch
While whoever did the page picked one player from each team, I think it's safe to say that Siena's Kenny Hasbrouck would be among this class anyway.
Here's what Michael Freer says about Kenny and the rest of the Saints.
Claim to Fame: Hasbrouck was second on the team in scoring (16.1) and assists (2.2) last season while leading the MAAC in steals per game (2.26). The first team All-MAAC selection was also named the MAAC Tournament MVP.
Outlook: Siena could be next season’s Davidson, with all five starters back from a team that reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament. And Hasbrouck may be the best in the group, as evidenced by his 30 points in a 21-point win over Vanderbilt in the first round of NCAA Tournament. He then followed that up with 17 points against Villanova in a second-round loss.
Jessie Sapp - Georgetown
Jeremy Pargo - Gonzaga
Greivis Vasquez - Maryland
Raymar Morgan - Michigan St.
James Anderson - Oklahoma State
Tyler Smith - Tennessee (a match up for Ubiles or Franklin)
Ramon Clemente - Wichita State