MARK MADNESS | Nos. 50-41 in Mark Adams' countdown of ASN's top 100 players
50. Siyani Chambers | Harvard
Head coach Tommy Amaker welcomes back his senior point guard (9.9 points and 4.3 assists per game) from a season-ending injury last year.
49. Eric Garcia | Wofford
This senior (10.3 ppg, 4.8 apg) has been around a long time and now has a PhD in point guard play.
48. Keon Johnson | Winthrop
The senior is the size of the Mayor of Munchkinland in the Wizard of Oz (5-7) but has a big offensive game (18.7 ppg).
47. Cedric Hankerson | Boston University
The senior scored 15.9 ppg in 2014-15 but sat out last season with an ACL injury. If Hankerson is 100% I like these Terriers a lot.
46. Tai Odiase | UIC
The junior is the country's top returning shot-blocker (3.23 blocks per game).
45. Jaaron Simmons | Ohio
The junior is back for the Bobcats as the second-best returning assist man in the country.
44. William Lee | UAB
The junior, a 6-10 intimidator, was Conference USA's Defensive Player of the Year last season. Expect more intimidation in B-ham.
43. Omar Prewitt | William & Mary
At 6-7, the senior is a matchup nightmare and will have a breakout season for the Tribe. Prewitt could lead Tribe to their first NCAA bid.
42. Semi Ojeleye | SMU
This 6-8 junior transfer from Duke is getting a lot of preseason love in Dallas.
41. Damyean Dotson | Houston
The senior is one of only three players to rank among the AAC’s top 11 in both scoring (13.9 ppg) and rebounding (6.8 rpg).
MARK MADNESS: ASN'S TOP 100 PLAYERS
• Nos. 100-91
• Nos. 90-81
• Nos. 80-71
• Nos. 70-61
• Nos. 60-51
Above: Damyean Dotson was the only player to start all 32 of houston's games last season. He also led the Cougars with six double-doubles. (Courtesy Houston Cougars Athletics)