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Tim Stephens

CBS Sports — Deputy Managing Editor

Bio: Deputy Managing Editor, http://CBSSports.com; President, Associated Press Sports Editors

Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL

Beats: Sports, U.S. Regional

Rothstein Top 25: Can Arizona reload for another run? cbsprt.co/1kXyVXb #NCAAhoops
Rothstein Top 25: Can Arizona reload for another run?
transfer Eli Carter will be a quality third guard for Florida, and Dorian Finney-Smith will be primed for a breakout year. The Gators also bring in three quality freshman in Devin Robinson, Brandone Francis

Jeff Barlis

ESPN — Reporter, ESPN.com

Bio: Florida Gators/SEC reporter for http://t.co/C2q2SRg3AI. Long-suffering (but proud) Tampa Bay sports fan. Grownup in a college town. Email: Jeff.Barlis@ESPN.com.

Beats: Sports, U.S.

Didn't see enough of Eli Carter to know. RT @Alex_R_Schmidt: wouldn't be surprised to see a Hill, Carter, Frazier, DFS, Walker starting 5.

chris dufresne

LA Times — Sports Reporter

Bio: Thirty-33 year vet of LA Times but not as old as that sounds!

Location: Los Angeles

Beats: Sports, Metro Los Angeles

RT @pat_dooley: Back Nine: UConn's title proves regular season doesn't mean much: The Back Nine comes at you, yes, still in Te... http://t.…
Back Nine: UConn's title proves regular season doesn't mean much
incredible offseason for Florida to be a special team again next season. He has to get stronger and smarter and the soft-spoken one has to learn how to be a leader. It’ll help that he’ll have Eli Carter as

Lee Hogan

Reporter, Arkansas Business

Bio: Husband to @THEMrsHogan11. Conway native. @ucabears alumnus. Reporter for @ArkBusiness. RTs not endorsements.

Location: Little Rock, Ark.

Beats: Business and Finance, U.S. Regional

Arkansas a "team on the cusp" RT @USATODAYsports: Here's an extremely early look at the the top 25 for 2014-15: usat.ly/1eoI5bk
Which teams belong in early 2014-15 top 25?
have a pivotal roles. Rutgers transfer Eli Carter should be available as well. The crafty guard averaged 14.9 points in his sophomore year with the Scarlet Knights. Incoming freshmen wing players Devin

Rustin Dodd

Kansas City Star, Wichita Eagle — Kansas Basketball and Football Writer

Bio: Kansas basketball and football writer for The Kansas City Star and Wichita Eagle. Email: rdodd@kcstar. 'Don't call what you're wearing an outfit...'

Location: Kansas City

Beats: Sports, U.S. Regional

One of many early looks at next year's top 25. Embiid or not, it'll be hard to keep KU out of the top 5 or 6, but... usatoday.com/story/sports/n…
Which teams belong in early 2014-15 top 25?
have a pivotal roles. Rutgers transfer Eli Carter should be available as well. The crafty guard averaged 14.9 points in his sophomore year with the Scarlet Knights. Incoming freshmen wing players Devin

Mike Snider

USA Today — Tech and Entertainment Reporter

Bio: Tech & entertainment reporter for USA TODAY; covers consumer electronics, video games, online, video, music and other stuff.

Location: in VA near Washington, D.C.

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Technology, U.S., Metro D.C.

#kubball comes in at No. 4. #RCJH RT @USATODAYsports: Here's an extremely early look at the the top 25 for 2014-15: usat.ly/1eoI5bk
Which teams belong in early 2014-15 top 25?
have a pivotal roles. Rutgers transfer Eli Carter should be available as well. The crafty guard averaged 14.9 points in his sophomore year with the Scarlet Knights. Incoming freshmen wing players Devin

Dan Wolken

USA Today — College Football Writer, USA Today Sports

Bio: Dan Wolken covers college football for @USATODAY. Also part of the Sochi 2014 coverage team. Send news tips, story ideas and requests to dwolken@usatoday.com

Location: Atlanta

Beat: Sports

RT @USATODAYsports: Here's an extremely early look at the the top 25 for 2014-15: usat.ly/1eoI5bk
Which teams belong in early 2014-15 top 25?
have a pivotal roles. Rutgers transfer Eli Carter should be available as well. The crafty guard averaged 14.9 points in his sophomore year with the Scarlet Knights. Incoming freshmen wing players Devin

Tim Gardner

USA Today — Director of Digital Programming, Sports

Bio: Love sports, anything touched by HBO and being on the golf course. Serve as Director of Digital Programming for @USATODAYSports Media Group.

Location: Gaithersburg, MD

Beats: Sports, U.S. Regional

RT @USATODAYsports: With this college basketball season in the books, what should the top 25 look like for the 2014-15 season? http://t.co/…
Which teams belong in early 2014-15 top 25?
have a pivotal roles. Rutgers transfer Eli Carter should be available as well. The crafty guard averaged 14.9 points in his sophomore year with the Scarlet Knights. Incoming freshmen wing players Devin

Scott Gleeson

USA Today — Sports Reporter

Bio: Sports Journalist for @USATODAYSports covering NCAA Basketball, Marathon Runner, Hoops Enthusiast, Illinois State Grad.

Location: Washington D.C.

Beats: Sports, U.S.

Which teams belong in early 2014-15 top 25? usat.ly/PKpl00 via @USATODAYSports
Which teams belong in early 2014-15 top 25?
have a pivotal roles. Rutgers transfer Eli Carter should be available as well. The crafty guard averaged 14.9 points in his sophomore year with the Scarlet Knights. Incoming freshmen wing players Devin

Matthew Harris

The Baton Rouge Advocate — LSU Football and Basketball Writer

Bio: A Midwestern soul in Southern lands, covering LSU hoops for The Advocate. Brunch lover. CoMO kid. E-Mail: mharris@theadvocate.com

Location: Baton Rouge, La.

Beats: Sports, U.S. Regional

A Smart college hoops poll prediction for next year. #LSU listed as a team that "might spend time in the top 25." bit.ly/1mStoCp
Way Too Early Top 25 Projections
Hill, and Michael Frazier the Gators should still have a dominant lineup. Also, don't overlook the importance of a healthy Eli Carter and elite recruit Devin Robinson. Michigan: I'm assuming Nik Stauskas

Jeff Greer

Courier-Journal — University of Louisville Beat Writer

Bio: Louisville hoops and football writer for The Courier-Journal. Doughnut man, through and through.

Location: Louisville

Beats: Sports, U.S. Regional

RT @DanHanner: My lineup model’s projections for the 2014-2015 season: basketball.realgm.com/article/232804…
Way Too Early Top 25 Projections
Hill, and Michael Frazier the Gators should still have a dominant lineup. Also, don't overlook the importance of a healthy Eli Carter and elite recruit Devin Robinson. Michigan: I'm assuming Nik Stauskas

Zach Abolverdi

Gainesville Sun — Recruiting Writer

Bio: @Gator_Sports.com writer for The @GainesvilleSun. Hearst Award winner. @UFJSchool '14. On Gmail/YouTube/Facebook/Instagram @ZachAbolverdi.

Location: Gainesville, Fla.

Beat: Sports

RT @Gator_sports: Questions follow end of Gators' record-setting run bit.ly/1fTRZp5
Questions follow end of Gators’ record-setting run
-foot-8 forward also led UF in rebounding at 6.7 per game. Junior guard Eli Carter, a Rutgers transfer, and sophomore guard Dillon Graham both will be coming off medical redshirts. Carter sat out the

Kevin Brockway

Gainesville Sun — Basketball Reporter

Bio: Kevin Brockway has been the men's basketball beat writer at The Gainesville Sun since 2003.

Location: Gainesville, FL

Beat: Sports

Questions follow end of Gators' record-setting run: It was a difficult way for it to end, given what top-ranke... bit.ly/1ihtoYw
Questions follow end of Gators’ record-setting run
-foot-8 forward also led UF in rebounding at 6.7 per game. Junior guard Eli Carter, a Rutgers transfer, and sophomore guard Dillon Graham both will be coming off medical redshirts. Carter sat out the
If Eli Carter recovers, Gators could go w/3-guard starting lineup -- G Frazier, G Hill, G Carter, F DFS, C Harris, C Walker.

Jeff Borzello

CBS Sports — Sports Writer, Eye On College Basketball

Bio: I write about college basketball and basketball recruiting for http://CBSSports.com. Chelsea FC supporter, Delaware grad. Email me: jborzello@gmail.com.

Location: Long Beach, NY

Beats: Sports, Opinion and Editorial, U.S. Regional

Florida's seniors won 120 games. So what's next for the Gators? cbsprt.co/1lI73di
Prolific senior class departs Florida after Saturday's loss
. There are three players sitting out too: Eli Carter, who transferred from Rutgers but didn't play this season due to injury; Duke transfer Alex Murphy; and former South Carolina transfer Damontre Harris
Florida's Chris Walker: "I don't really know what the future holds. I just have to wait until it gets here." cbsprt.co/1lI73di
Prolific senior class departs Florida after Saturday's loss
. There are three players sitting out too: Eli Carter, who transferred from Rutgers but didn't play this season due to injury; Duke transfer Alex Murphy; and former South Carolina transfer Damontre Harris
RT @EyeOnCBB: Saying goodbye to Florida's prolific seniors and looking at the Gators' future cbsprt.co/1hhdCBL via @JeffBorzello
Prolific senior class departs Florida after Saturday's loss
. There are three players sitting out too: Eli Carter, who transferred from Rutgers but didn't play this season due to injury; Duke transfer Alex Murphy; and former South Carolina transfer Damontre Harris
RT @MattNorlander: Florida’s seniors won 120 games. @jeffborzello writes an on-site obit cbsprt.co/1htsIy8
Prolific senior class departs Florida after Saturday's loss
. There are three players sitting out too: Eli Carter, who transferred from Rutgers but didn't play this season due to injury; Duke transfer Alex Murphy; and former South Carolina transfer Damontre Harris

Matt Norlander

CBS Sports — Sports Writer, Eye On College Basketball

Bio: Writer, @CBSSports and @SportsonEarth. Music junkie; voracious reader; Vermont-bred skier; champion of argyle. Tips: matt.norlander@gmail.com.

Location: Connecticut.

Beats: Sports, Opinion and Editorial, U.S. Regional

Florida’s seniors won 120 games. @jeffborzello writes an on-site obit cbsprt.co/1htsIy8
Prolific senior class departs Florida after Saturday's loss
. There are three players sitting out too: Eli Carter, who transferred from Rutgers but didn't play this season due to injury; Duke transfer Alex Murphy; and former South Carolina transfer Damontre Harris

Brian Lewis

New York Post — Sports Writer

Bio: New York Post reporter, covering everything from NFL to NBA, from MLB to soccer. Rutgers grad, happy husband, proud papa and devoted fan of old-school hip-hop.

Location: New York

Beats: Sports, Metro New York

Gators dominating, thanks to Donovan via @NYPost nyp.st/1e28ICH
Gators dominating, thanks to Donovan
, dealing with Will Yeguete’s knee, and Eli Carter can’t get himself healthy, our team was in complete shambles and disarray when we came back to school in August. “To me, to see what those kids have done in

Brendan Prunty

New Jersey Star-Ledger — College Basketball, Golf and Baseball Reporter

Bio: Sportswriter for a major metropolitan newspaper. Leaping stories in a single bound. My copy is filed faster than a speeding bullet.

Location: New Jersey

Beat: Sports

What a last 13 months for Eli Carter: Fractured leg, Mike Rice scandal, transfer from Rutgers, redshirt season at Florida, in Final Four.

Pat Dooley

Gainesville Sun — Sports Columnist

Bio: I believe in background vocals, a college football playoff, Marriott upgrades, baby back ribs and long, slow, wet tugs on draft beer.

Location: Gainesville, FL

Beats: Sports, Opinion and Editorial

Back Nine: UConn's title proves regular season doesn't mean much: The Back Nine comes at you, yes, still in Te... bit.ly/1qn7Kqb
Back Nine: UConn's title proves regular season doesn't mean much
incredible offseason for Florida to be a special team again next season. He has to get stronger and smarter and the soft-spoken one has to learn how to be a leader. It’ll help that he’ll have Eli Carter as
Back Nine: UConn's title proves regular season doesn't mean much: The Back Nine comes at you, yes, still in Te... tinyurl.com/l966b7x
Back Nine: UConn's title proves regular season doesn't mean much
incredible offseason for Florida to be a special team again next season. He has to get stronger and smarter and the soft-spoken one has to learn how to be a leader. It’ll help that he’ll have Eli Carter as
Gators trounce November expectations for their season
first player off the bench and played 26 minutes in the opener. Two of the early subs in the opening game against North Florida were Eli Carter and Dillon Graham, both since relegated to redshirts
Gators trounce November expectations for their season: To fully appreciate what this Florida basketball team h... bit.ly/NXlU51
Gators trounce November expectations for their season
first player off the bench and played 26 minutes in the opener. Two of the early subs in the opening game against North Florida were Eli Carter and Dillon Graham, both since relegated to redshirts

Mark Long

Associated Press — Florida Sports Reporter

Bio: AP sports writer covering the Gators, the Jaguars and some pretty cool events.

Location: Gainesville/Jacksonville

Beat: Sports

doubt it, but OK RT @Matt_HayesSN: Think No.1 #Gators are good this year? They might be better in 2015. sportingnews.com/ncaa-basketbal…
No one-and-dones, just wins on horizon for Billy Donovan, Florida
Eli Carter — a slasher scorer from Rutgers (where he averaged 14 points per game in two seasons) whose leg injury kept him from playing this season. Then there’s freshman point guard Kasey Hill, a blur

Tod Palmer

Kansas City Star — Sports Writer

Bio: #Mizzou beat writer for @KCStar, but I'll tweet about most anything. Proud William Jewell grad. All opinions (sadly) are my own.

Beat: Sports

Haith: Transfers are a part of college basketball.Misconception that transfers don't embrace new university: kansascity.com/2014/02/28/485…
Frank Haith’s transfer-heavy MU lineup reflects national trend
Virginia Tech. The Gators’ roster also includes Rutgers transfer Eli Carter and Duke transfer Alex Murphy. No. 7 Louisville’s Luke Hancock, a George Mason transfer, was the Most Outstanding Player at the
Transfers are a fact of life now in college basketball, at #Mizzou: kansascity.com/2014/02/28/485…
Frank Haith’s transfer-heavy MU lineup reflects national trend
Virginia Tech. The Gators’ roster also includes Rutgers transfer Eli Carter and Duke transfer Alex Murphy. No. 7 Louisville’s Luke Hancock, a George Mason transfer, was the Most Outstanding Player at the