In case you missed it, Views from the Baseline – 2021 March Madness episode was live fresh off of Selection Sunday. We get it, with the roller coaster of 2020 and cancelations all season it was hard to keep up. That’s why we’re here. College Basketball gurus Cody Guinn and John Glowatz gave a little insight into some 2020 March Madness top players to watch this tournament.
Don’t worry, we’ll keep it short and simple so you can get back to filling out your 31st bracket before Friday’s festivities tip-off.
Cody’s 2021 March Madness top players to watch
- Moses Moody – (G) Arkansas – He can have a chance to turn some heads and starting to rise in the draft board at least to the top 10 now in projections. A true shooting guard and in a great position to make a run in the tournament.
- Scottie Barnes – (G) Florida State – Pat Williams from last year comes to mind. Barnes is a long 6’9 versatile player and like Pat Williams can jump up to the top three in the NBA Draft.
- Jalen Suggs – (G) Gonzaga – Another top draft pick prospect that is a must-watch.
- Cade Cunningham – (G) Oklahoma State – The top #1 draft prospect overall
- Ky Jones – (C) Texas – 6’11 center but can be the best prospect from Texas and top-20 pick in the NBA Draft
- Greg Brown – (F) Texas – A super athlete and explosive but still some intangibles missing however, with a great Texas run it wouldn’t be a surprise he would be included in the conversation.
- Evan Mobley – (F) USC – While Cade Cunningham is the top prospect in the NBA Draft, Mobley is 1A or 1B. Likewise LaMelo Ball and James Wiseman in last year’s draft it’s the same with Cunningham and Mobley.
Glo’s 2021 March Madness top players to watch
- Cade Cunningham – (G) Oklahoma State – Presumptive #1 Pick in NBA Draft
- Luka Garza – (C) Iowa – Best offensive college player in the country, probable Wooden Award winner
- Kofi Cockburn – (C) Illinois – Like Shaq. Not young Shaq mind you, like a middle-aged Shaq
- Ayo Dosunmu – (G) Illinois – Maybe the most complete college guard in the country
- Corey Kispert – (F) Gonzaga – Maybe the best shooter in the country
- Jalen Suggs – (G) Gonzaga – Freshman phenom guard, will be a top pick
- Drew Timme – (F) Gonzaga – Post moves galore
- Evan Mobley – (F) USC – Skinny but agile C with an advanced skill set, will also be a top pick