No longer will the likes of Syracuse, Louisville, UConn and Pitt be atop the Big East standings at season's end. In this conference realignment era, Marquette, Villanova, Georgetown, Seton Hall, Providence, St. John's and DePaul join Butler, Xavier and Creighton to form a new Big East Conference.
The rankings of these players are based on a Big East mock draft I participated in this past Sunday evening, along with others. Your roster contains two guards, two forwards, a center and a utility, one of which must be a freshman.
There are three fantasy statistics players are based on: points, rebounds and blocks combined and assists and steals combined. So, while a player's fantasy value may not be the same as their overall value as a player and to their team, this should offer a unique look at the players the Big East has to offer in 2013-14.