Joe Harris, Virginia
Only three guys averaged more points per game in the ACC last year than Joe Harris, and all three of them have graduated. He's a great shooter who also happens to have the highest three-point shooting percentage of all ACC returnees.
The Cavaliers will need him to fill up the basket to be successful. While it may not always be enough for them to win games, it could be enough for him to earn all-conference honors for the second year in a row.
Okaro White, Florida State
The Seminoles lost Michael Snaer, who graduated, and they also came up short in the Andrew Wiggins sweepstakes. But they still have Okaro White. Freshman Xavier Rathan-Mayes may fill the statistical holes left by Snaer's departure, but White will take over as the leader of the team.
With more minutes and touches likely in his future, White should expand upon last season's stats (12.4 PPG, 5.9 RPG, 51.1 FG%) and reach new heights.
James Michael McAdoo, North Carolina
The North Carolina forward was wise to pass on the NBA draft and stay another year in college. McAdoo will be pushed by incoming bigs Isaiah Hicks and Kennedy Meeks, but that may motivate him to play harder.
Also, this year's Tar Heels won't be playing as much small ball as last year's squad did. This means McAdoo will spend less time matched up against the opposing team's center, putting him in his more natural power forward position.