Bossi's Best: Top 10 candidates for 2017-2018 All-America

Eric Bossi, National Analyst
Jayhawk Slant

Now that college programs across the country have started practicing, it’s time to look at the top players. In today’s edition of Bossi’s Best, national basketball analyst Eric Bossi discusses his preseason All-America Team and how schools will replace them down the road.

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Point guard

4 STARS

Kansas
Wolfeboro

RR: 0.0

Ht: 6'2.0"

Wt: 175.0

Class: 2014

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POSITION

NATIONAL

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STATE

Commitment status:

signed

Kansas

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Recruitment: Graham originally signed with Appalachian State before heading to prep school to wait out a release from his scholarship. He ended up picking the Jayhawks over hometown NC State and Virginia.

What to expect this year: The idea is that Graham will slide over from the two to replace departed point guard and All-American

Frank Mason. Graham is a battle-tested shooter with size for a point.

How to replace him? Kansas already has California transfer

Charlie Moorewaiting in the wings, but it has been after some high-profile guards in 2018. Five-starsDevon DotsonandQuentin Grimesremain the best options to replace Graham.

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