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Author Archives | Ryan Jackson

Top 50 Players in the Big East #50-41

For the third year in a row, Paint Touches is taking a look at the top 50 players in the Big East. Instead of doing a true top 50, we took the five best players from each team and ordered them one to fifty. Important to note, these are the five best players, not necessarily […]

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WAY Too Early Bracketology – Summer 2018

For the past three summers, Paint Touches has put together a WAY Too Early Bracketology as a way to pass the time during the dog days of summer. It was moderately successful the first year, accurately picking 26 out of 36 at large bids, 10 out of 11 automatic qualifiers from major conferences (AAC, ACC, […]

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2018 Transfer Tracker: April 17th Edition

Welcome to Paint Touches’ 2018 Transfer Tracker. This list is our attempt at making sense of the hundreds of transfers that are bound to occur in the 2018 offseason. Every player on this list is a traditional transfer, which is to say that they will need to sit out the 2018-2019 season. If you’re looking […]

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2018 NCAA Free Agent Tracker: 4/21 Edition

It’s back and better than ever! Welcome to the NCAA Free Agent Tracker. This is Paint Touches’ fourth year of covering the NCAA basketball graduate transfer market. Every player listed here is eligible for either the Graduate Transfer Exception or the Graduate Transfer Waiver, meaning they will be immediately eligible for their new teams in […]

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A Brief History of the Modern College Basketball Rebuild

Here we sit in the fourth year of the Wojo era and we seem to be no closer to answering the question “Is Wojo the right man for the job?” In fact, all you can say about the state of the Marquette fanbase is that it is firmly split into two camps, one that is […]

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Top 50 Big East Players: Non-con edition

In the months leading up to the season, we here at Paint Touches released our top 50 players in the Big East. This list was based on a formula we created in house that tried to marry advanced stats like eFG% and dPPP with more traditional stats like PPG and RPG to forecast how individual […]

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