Predicting the 2014-15 Big East All-Conference Teams

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Predicting the 2014-15 Big East All-Conference Teams
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The Big East sent four teams to the NCAA tournament last season, but it's primarily players from teams that missed last year's tourney who are the early favorites to be named to the All-Big East First Team.

D'Angelo Harrison from St. John's and Georgetown's D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera could be two of the highest-scoring guards in the entire country, as they look to make up for just missing the 2014 tournament.

Villanova should be well-represented in the All-Big East teams, as the Wildcats vie for a second straight regular-season title, but could Creighton get shut out entirely after producing the player who won virtually every national award last season?

In the fifth week of our second seven-week series of the summer, we took a look at Big East rosters and projected standings to forecast the first, second and third All-Big East teamsas well as a handful of honorable mentions.

In addition to those teams, we also projected Freshman of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Newcomer of the Year, Sixth Man of the Year and Coach of the Year.

In case you'd like to reference them in the discussion, here are the projected Big East standings from early July.


Unless otherwise noted, statistics on the following slides are courtesy of and (subscription required). Recruiting information courtesy of 247Sports.

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