Early College Basketball 2012-13 Preview: The Nation's Top 10 Point Guards

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Early College Basketball 2012-13 Preview: The Nation's Top 10 Point Guards
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Missouri's Phil Pressey and Baylor's Pierre Jackson, two of the nation's top floor generals.

In May, most college basketball stories fall into two categories: looking back through history and looking ahead to the future.

Looking into the crystal ball, next season will be a treat for fans of strong point guard play. The 10 players profiled in this slideshow are merely the top of a talented class.

Incoming talents like UCLA blue-chipper Kyle Anderson could easily make a huge impact this fall. Still, we're trafficking in proven production here, so no freshmen.

Others, like Isaiah Canaan of Murray State and South Dakota State's Nate Wolters, play more like shooting guards than classic distributors.

These 10 players are among the best in the nation at making teammates better and driving opponents crazy—some can even scorch the net if needed.

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