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THE LOU HENSON AWARD

The 2017 Lou Henson Award will be announced at the CollegeInsider.com awards banquet on March 31 in Phoenix, site of the men's division I basketball championship.

Nov. 9, 2016

PRESEASON WATCH LIST

BOSTON, MA -- The Lou Henson Award Preseason Watch List was announced on Wednesday.

The Lou Henson Award is presented annually to the nation's top Division I mid-major player. 

Lou Henson coached 41 years. When he left the game in 2005 he was sixth all-time in career Division I wins with 779. He is the winningest coach at both Illinois and New Mexico State. He is one of only 12 coaches in the history of the game to take two schools to the Final Four. 

The recipient of the 2017 Lou Henson Award will be announced at the CollegeInsider.com awards banquet on March 31 in Phoenix, Arizona, site of the men's division I basketball championship.

NOTE: Transfers and incoming freshmen are not eligible for the preseason watch list
 

2017 LOU HENSON AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST

Ian Baker 6-0 Sr. New Mexico State
Dedrick Basile 5-10 Sr. CSU Bakersfield
Justin Bibbens 5-8 Jr. Long Beach State
Brett Bisping 6-8 Sr. Siena
Evan Bradds 6-7 Sr. Belmont
Jarrell Brantley 6-7 So. Charleston
Josh Braun 6-4 Jr. Grand Canyon
Jared Brownridge 6-3 Sr. Santa Clara
Antonio Campbell 6-9 Sr. Ohio
Xavier Cooks 6-8 Jr. Winthrop
James Daniel 5-11 Sr. Howard
Mike Daum 6-9 So. South Dakota State
John Dawson 6-2 Sr. Liberty
Eric Eaves 6-3 Sr. South Carolina State
Zena Edosomwan 6-9 Sr. Harvard
Nick Emery 6-2 So. BYU
Chris Flemmings 6-5 Sr. UNCW
Derrick Griffin 6-7 So. Texas Southern
Rokas Gustys 6-9 Jr. Hofstra
Jimmy Hall 6-8 Sr. Kent State
Kevin Hervey 6-9 Jr. UT Arlington
Quinton Hooker 6-0 Sr. North Dakota
Casey Jones 6-5 Sr. Chattanooga
Przemek Karnowski 7-1 Sr. Gonzaga
Tim Kempton 6-10 Sr. Lehigh
John Konchar 6-5 So. Fort Wayne
Paris Lee 6-0 Sr. Illinois State
Damon Lynn 5-11 Sr. NJIT
Aurimas Majauskas 6-8 Sr. Sam Houston State
Makai Mason 6-1 Jr. Yale
Nick Mayo 6-9 So. Eastern Kentucky
Markis McDuffie 6-8 So. Wichita State
Mykael McIntosh 6-7 Jr. Illinois State
Dallas Moore 6-1 Sr. North Florida
Jeremy Morgan 6-5 Sr. Northern Iowa
Shaquille Morris 6-8 Jr. Wichita State
Emmett Naar 6-1 Jr. Saint Mary's
Marc-Eddy Norelia 6-8 Sr. Florida Gulf Coast
Alec Peters 6-9 Sr. Valparaiso
Q.J. Peterson 6-0 Sr. VMI
Omar Prewitt 6-7 Jr. William & Mary
Joe Rahon 6-2 Sr. Saint Mary's
Kendrick Ray 6-2 Sr. Kennesaw State
Justin Robinson 5-8 Sr. Monmouth
Brenton Scott 6-1 Jr. Indiana State
Ethan Telfair 6-0 Sr. Idaho State
Rashawn Thomas 6-8 Sr. Texas A&M Corpus Christi
James Thompson IV 6-10 So. Eastern Michigan
Gabe Vincent 6-3 Jr. UC Santa Barbara
Zeek Woodley 6-2 Sr. Northwestern State

 


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