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Tony Mejia provides college basketball coverage this season on VegasInsider.com. Each week throughout the season, he'll feature his Conference Rankings, Projected Final Four, Players and Teams to watch plus his Top 25 College Basketball Rankings and betting notes every week during the season.

Follow him on Twitter @TonyMejiaNBA

Conference Rankings (Top 10)
1) Big 12
2) Big Ten
3) ACC
4) Pac-12
5) American
6) Atlantic 10
7) Big East
8) SEC
9) Mountain West
10) West Coast

Projected Final Four
Arizona, Louisville, Florida, Michigan State

Player of the Year Accolades
Doug McDermott - Creighton - Considering he led the Bluejays to a terrific first season in their ambitious move from the Missouri Valley to the new Big East, McDermott rightfully gets the nod. The 22-year-old Creighton forward has been flirting with shooting over 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from 3-point range and 90 percent from the free-throw line all season. His 26.9-point-per-game average tops Division I.

First Team VI All-Americans
F- Doug McDermott, Creighton
F- Jabari Parker, Duke
C- Joel Embiid, Kansas
G- Xavier Thames, San Diego State
G- Nick Johnson, Arizona

Second Team VI All-Americans
F- T.J. Warren, N.C. State
F- Montrezl Harrell, Louisville
C- Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin
G- Shabazz Napier, Connecticut
G- Russ Smith, Louisville

Third Team VI All-Americans
F- Cleanthony Early, Wichita State
F- Julius Randle, Kentucky
C- Patrick Young, Florida
G- Tyler Ennis, Syracuse
G- Nik Stauskas, Michigan
College Basketball Rankings (Through 03/09/14)
Rank Team Betting Notes Previous
1 Florida (32-2 SU, 15-12-3 ATS) 1
2 Wichita State (34-0 SU, 24-6-1 ATS) 2
3 Louisville (29-5 SU, 19-13 ATS) 7
4 Virginia (28-6 SU, 19-10-1 ATS) 8
5 Arizona (30-4 SU, 20-13 ATS) 1
6 San Diego State (29-4 SU, 18-12 ATS) 5
7 Villanova (28-4 SU, 21-9 ATS) 1
8 Duke (26-8 SU, 18-15 ATS) 1
9 Michigan (25-8 SU, 16-14-1 ATS) 1
10 Iowa State (26-7 SU, 16-15 ATS) 22
11 Michigan State (26-8 SU, 20-12 ATS) NR
12 Wisconsin (26-7 SU, 16-16 ATS) 12
13 Kansas (24-9 SU, 16-16-1 ATS) 14
14 New Mexico (27-6 SU, 17-12 ATS) 19
15 Syracuse (27-5 SU, 14-12-1 ATS) 9
16 Cincinnati (27-6, 13-14 ATS) 11
17 UCLA (26-8 SU, 21-12 ATS) NR
18 Creighton (26-7 SU, 18-13 ATS) 13
19 UConn (26-8 SU, 17-15 ATS) 16
20 Oregon (23-9 SU, 18-12 ATS) 20
21 Oklahoma (23-9 SU, 19-11 ATS) 15
22 Saint Louis (26-6 SU, 10-19 ATS) 17
23 Ohio State (25-9 SU, 15-18 ATS) 25
24 North Carolina (23-9 SU, 16-16 ATS) 18
25 St. Joseph's (Pa.), (24-9 SU, 17-11 ATS) NR
Dropped out of Top 25: Memphis, SMU, Nebraska

On the Radar: Providence, Pittsburgh, Oklahoma State, Memphis, Kansas State, VCU, Kentucky, Iowa, Baylor, Arizona State, Gonzaga, SMU, Nebraska, George Washington, Dayton, Texas, Utah, St. John's, Colorado, Stanford, Xavier, California, Tennessee, NC State, UMass, Arkansas, BYU, Delaware, Tulsa, Western Michigan.
  
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