MARK MADNESS | Nos. 90-81 in Mark Adams' countdown of ASN's top 100 players

Counting down to the start of the 2016-17 college basketball season on Nov. 11, ASN's Mark Adams previews the players, teams and conferences to watch. Today: Nos. 90-81 in the top 100 players from ASN's family of schools.

90.     Devonte Hall | Northwestern State
The junior averaged 6.3 assists per game last season and the Demons' high-octane offense needs fuel to pass! Hall feeds Mike McConathy's offense.

 89.       Brendan Westendorf | Seattle
The senior, who averaged 12.8 points and 5.3 rebounds per game last season is solid in Seattle. He made the WAC's All-Defensive and All-Newcomer teams.

88.       Dedrick Basile, CSU Bakersfield
The senior averaged 12 ppg last season in helping the Roadrunners to their first NCAA Division I Tournament appearance.  He will score more this season.

87.       Ian Baker, New Mexico State
Reliable senior averaged 13.8 ppg and earned first-team All-WAC honors. He was also named to the All-Defensive and the All-WAC Tournament teams.

86.       Elijah Wilson, Coastal Carolina
The senior (13.7 ppg) leads the Chanticleers from the Big South, where he earned honorable mention all-conference, to the Sun Belt.

85.       Marcus Johnson Jr., Little Rock
The senior (12.5 ppg) can score and will need to with the loss of Josh Hagins. Johnson led the Sun Belt in 3-point shooting (46.6%).

84.       Ty Charles, Stephen F. Austin
The junior guard is an all-around player (9.4 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 2.3 apg) who wins. Lumberjacks extended home winning streak to a nation-leading 29 games.

83.       Dakarai Henderson, Sam Houston State
Senior guard is an offensive weapon (14.2 ppg) with 3-point skills. He's 28th in school career scoring with 962 points.

82.       Aurimas Majauskas, Sam Houston State
Senior forward/center (14.4PPG, 5.6RPG) is a skilled, old school back-to-the basket guy. Sam Houston State is legit in the Southland.

81.       T.J. Cromer, East Tennessee State
The junior guard can score (14.9 ppg) and can pass (3.1 apg). He also defends well enough to disrupt opposing offenses.

• Nos. 100-91
Above: East Tennessee State's T.J. Cromer was the team's second-leading scorer last season and first-team All-Southern Conference honors from coaches. (Courtesy Dakota Hamilton/ETSU)

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