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25. Will Weathers, Sophomore (Troy)
Stats: 12.6 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 6.4 APG
The UCF transfer has been very strong in his first year with Troy. Despite being only six-foot, Weathers has solid leaping and rebounding ability. He also has strong court vision, shown by his 6.4 APG. He scored a career-high 32 points against Louisiana-Lafayette on January 6.
24. Ian Hummer, Sophomore (Princeton)
Stats: 13.8 PPG, 6.3 RPG, 56.8 FG%
Ian Hummer, son of former NBA player John Hummer, is emerging as the next star at Princeton. He has already recorded two double-doubles this season and has also scored in double-digits in all but two games.
23. Markeith Cummings, Sophomore (Kennesaw State)
Stats: 16.9 PPG, 4.3 RPG
Markeith Cummings is having another great year, although his numbers have slightly dropped since his freshman season. Cummings has scored in double-digits in all but one game. On seven occasions, he has scored 20 or more points.
22. Alex Francis, Freshman (Bryant)
Stats: 13.9 PPG, 8.0 RPG
Alex Francis could be the key to transforming Bryant into a top team in the NEC. The New Yorker has recorded five double-doubles in 19 games and has surpassed the 20-point mark in three games.
Despite being only 6-foot-6, Francis is one of the top rebounders in the NEC.
21. Jake Cohen, Sophomore (Davidson)
Stats: 12.9 PPG, 6.5 RPG, 1.5 BPG
Jake Cohen is working hard to put Davidson back on the map. The sophomore who led Davidson in scoring as a freshman is back and ready for more.
Although Cohen's scoring average has dropped a small amount, he has boosted his other statistics. He now shoots a full two percent better than he did last year, more than 80 percent on free throws and is respectable from beyond the arc at 34 percent.