Over the past two weeks Crimson Crossover's Andrew Parrish has previewed every team in the SEC. Here you will find a summary of each of his previews as well a link to the full length preview for every team.
The Skinny: Look for the Razorbacks to have a much more balanced roster heading into next season as they look to move forward without the talismanic services of Mason Jones.
Read the full Arkansas preview here.
The Skinny: Auburn has experienced a lot of turnover in their roster construction heading into
the 2020-21 season, but there is still plenty of reason to be optimistic on their chances
to continue to compete at the highest level in the SEC.
Read the full Auburn preview here.
The Skinny: In this new season, the Gators look to silence the critics this upcoming season with some new talent and some familiar faces.
Read the full Florida preview here.
The Skinny: It’s hard to envision a non-bottom four finish for the Bulldogs this season, but there is a very real possibility that Wheeler and Camara take a big step forward and their grad transfers exceed expectations to lead Georgia to their first Thursday start at the SEC Tournament since 2016-17.
Read the full Georgia preview here.
The Skinny: The Wildcats will continue to be at the top of the SEC as long as Calipari continues to recruit at the level he has been, and this year will be no different.
Read the full Kentucky preview here.
The Skinny: If Wade can figure out a system to accentuate the talents of each player, the Tigers could be a sneaky tournament team that gets to the second weekend. If they are unable to make all of the talent mesh together however, this team has the potential to really disappoint come February and March.
Read the full LSU preview here.
The Skinny: It’s hard not to be bullish on the prospects of Ole Miss being a dark horse contender in the SEC, if not a tough out every time they play.
Read the full Ole Miss preview here.
The Skinny: The talent level in Starkvegas is not as flashy as the lights of the city the nickname is referencing. Jalen Johnson is a nice stop gap option for Howland to bridge the gap, but this is a bona fide rebuilding year for the Bulldogs.
Read the full Mississippi State preview here.
The Skinny: Missouri has the talent to challenge for a top-eight seed in the SEC Tournament, but they will need better performances on the offensive end of the floor in the games where they match the talent of the opposition.
Read the full Missouri preview here.
The Skinny: Their early season MTE in Kansas City which will see them play Northwestern and TCU/Tulsa will give an early insight into how Martin is going to manage his rotation, but when this team gets into conference play, they will be a tough out every night with the amount of top-end players they have that can have breakout performances and single-handedly win them games.
Read the full South Carolina preview here.
The Skinny: The Volunteers will be one of the best teams in the SEC, and should be a contender to win the league and earn the automatic bid to the NCAA tournament come March.
Read the full Tennessee preview here.
The Skinny: The Aggies will be a tough team to play, especially in their home gym, but to have groundbreaking expectations for the Aggies this season is a bit unfair. However, if the Aggies can have improved performance from their sophomore class, the Aggies could sneak into a top-half finish.
Read the full Texas A&M preview here.
The Skinny: The Commodores are not nearly to the point where they will be challenging for an NCAA tournament, or even an NIT spot, but the key for the Commodores is the development of sophomores Disu, Pippen Jr., and Wright. If those players can develop into stars in the SEC, they could be a part of the next Vanderbilt team that makes the NCAA tournament.
Read the full Vanderbilt preview here.
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