It almost looks like they have inside limits on position, except for fourth team with three guards. Is it happenstance that every other team has one center two forwards and two guards?
One of the rules for the more important end of year All-American voting, is it by position or five best then next five best?
I agree (but can't get too excited about it) that UConn is getting a little dissed in that rating. But 20 years from now, they won't be talking about who made preseason All-American lists, they'll be talking about the postseason All-American lists.
If it's by position Moriah Jefferson has to beat out one of the Mitchell's, although keep an eye on Diamond. I think the chances are good she'll end up on the first team at the end of the year.
Morgan Tuck is way too low. She might not make first team because it will be a little crowded with other UConn players but barring injury second team is the worst she'll finish.
I think we'll have one or two more players on the final list, although maybe a couple will get shunted to rookie of the year lists. The biggest problem for UConn is that Rob point totals may not be stellar because they will be spread around a lot.
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