2010-2011 Early Preseason Prediction For The Deacs

Wes MillerCorrespondent IMarch 23, 2010

NEW ORLEANS - MARCH 18:  C.J. Harris #11 of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons during the game against the Texas Longhorns during the first round of the 2010 NCAA men�s basketball tournament at the New Orleans Arena on March 18, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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Key Losses for the Lineup- Al-Farouq Aminu, Ishmael Smith, and L.D. Williams. 

Key Additions- Carson Desrosiers, J.T. Terrell, and Travis McKie.

Freshman to Watch: J.T. Terrell 

He has a very good chance to be the leading scorer on the team he is a great shooter and has scored plentiful in his high school career.

Break Out Player-Ty Walker 

Ty Will get more playing time next year due to the loss of McFarland and Weaver. He should play good on the defensive end but on the offensive end he will have to improve.

Who to Watch- C.J. Harris 

C.J. Harris had a great Freshman Campaign until about half way through the ACC regular season then he went on a steady decline. If he wants to lead this team he will have to be consistent and of course play smart.

The Record: 19-14 

Projected Postseason Tournament: NIT

The Projected Starting Five:

PG: C.J. Harris Soph. 

SG: J.T. Terrell Fr.

SF: Ari Stewart Soph.

PF: Travis McKie Fr.

C: Tony Woods Jr.

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