ESPN has released its Top 100 players in college basketball, and two of our beloved Hoyas have made the list! Per the article, ESPN asked 26 of ESPN's college basketball writers, editors and analysts to rate players based on expected performance for the 2015-2016 season. Players were rated on both quality and quantity of contributions to their team's ability to win games.
43. D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera, Georgetown Hoyas
Senior | Forward
Arguably the best pure shooter in the Big East, Smith-Rivera is automatic at the line and hit 43 percent of his 3s in conference play last season.
70. Isaac Copeland, Georgetown Hoyas
Sophomore | Forward
Whether you classify him as a wing or a stretch-4, Copeland has shown promise. As a 6-foot-9 freshman he hit 39 percent of his rare 3s while holding his own on the defensive glass.
BREAKING from ESPN: We're going very, very, very small this year. @CasualHoya pic.twitter.com/umEuxGP2yA— Patrick Curran (@_PatrickCurran) November 3, 2015