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Offseason Atlantic 10 Player Tournament

Welcome to the Offseason Atlantic 10 Player Tournament. 64 of the best A-10 stars have been selected from the 2017-18 season have been selected, and only one can win. Who will be the champion? You decide! Each day, fans will have 24 hours to vote on an individual matchup. Simply, which player will be better in 2017-18? The player receiving the most votes moves on, and the loser gets knocked out of the tourney. Easy enough.

How do you vote? Each day, we’ll post a new matchup on our forum, giving you 24 hours to cast your vote. Simply respond to the daily thread with your pick, and your vote will be cast. Winners will be announced each day  on Twitter, and articles will be published with updates on the tournament results. Make sure to follow @A10Talk on Twitter for daily updates, and in order to be able to vote, make sure to register for our forum. Good luck, and may the best Atlantic 10 player win! Here’s the field:

East

#1 Jaylen Adams (St. Bonaventure) vs. #16 Julius Johnson (Richmond)

#8 Jeff Dowtin (Rhode Island) vs. #9 Khwan Fore (Richmond)

#4 Lamarr Kimble (Saint Joseph’s) vs. #13 Darrell Davis

#5 Mike Lewis II (Duquesne) vs. #12 Issac Vann

#3 Yuta Watanabe (George Washington) vs. #14 D.J. Foreman (Saint Louis)

#6 Hasahn French (Saint Louis) vs. #11 Khris Lane (VCU)

#7 Jonathan Williams (VCU) vs. #10 Daron Russell (Rhode Island)

#2 Otis Livingston II (George Mason) vs. #15 Demetrius Henry (La Salle)

Midwest

#1 De’Monte Buckingham (Richmond) vs. #16 Tony Washington (La Salle)

#8 Pookie Powell (La Salle) vs. #9 Will Magarity (Davidson)

#4 Xeyrius Williams (Dayton) vs. #13 Nick Sherod (Richmond)

#5 Kellen Grady (Davidson) vs. #12 Justin Kier (George Mason)

#3 Jared Terrell (Rhode Island) vs. #14 Jaylen Brantley (Massachusetts)

#6 De’Riante Jenkins (VCU) vs. #11 Ian Boyd (George Mason)

#7 Jaire Grayer (George Mason) vs. #10 Sean Mobley (VCU)

#2 Matt Mobley (St. Bonaventure) vs. #15 Malik Crowfield (VCU)

West

#1 Peyton Aldridge (Davidson) vs. #16 Rene Castro (Duquesne)

#8 Davell Roby (Saint Louis) vs. #9 Josh Ayeni (St. Bonaventure)

#4 Joseph Chartouny (Fordham) vs. #13 Tarin Smith (Duquesne)

#5 Jarvis Garrett (Rhode Island) vs. #12 Jalen Johnson (Saint Louis)

#3 Rashaan Holloway (Massachusetts) vs. #14 Javon Bess (Saint Louis)

#6 Kostas Antetokounmpo (Dayton) vs. #11 Amar Stukes (La Salle)

#7 Josh Cunningham (Dayton) vs. #10 Patrick Steeves (George Washington)

#2 B.J. Johnson (La Salle) vs. #15 Prokop Slanina (Fordham)

South

#1 E.C. Matthews (Rhode Island) vs. #16 Jermaine Bishop (Saint Louis)

#8 Goanar Mar (George Mason) vs. #9 Adonys Henriquez (Saint Louis)

#4 Charlie Brown (Saint Joseph’s) vs. #13 Idris Taqqee (St. Bonaventure)

#5 Stanford Robinson (Rhode Island) vs. #12 Markell Lodge (Saint Joseph’s)

#3 Shavar Newkirk (Saint Joseph’s) vs. #14 Jair Bolden (George Washington)

#6 Jon Axel Gudmundsson (Davidson) vs. #11 Cyril Langevine (Rhode Island)

#7 Jordan Goodwin (Saint Louis) vs. #10 Luwane Pipkins (Massachusetts)

#2 Justin Tillman (VCU) vs. #15 Unique McLean (Massachusetts)

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    EliteTaylor33
  • August 4, 2017
This is actually pretty cool! Josh Ayeni will show that he deserves to be a higher seed, maybe not "deserves", but he'll show that he's "better" than his seeding this yr! Can't wait for the season to begin!!
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      tomgleason
    • August 8, 2017
    Wholeheartedly agree
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    Zazalleesha Swanson
  • August 7, 2017
Mike Lewis
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    Dutch_Cats
  • August 10, 2017
How could you forget Sam Miller??
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    Ham Sandwich III
  • August 11, 2017
Where is Rusty Reigel? He has more #grit and #fundamentals and #intangibles than this entire bracket combined. This is a sham!
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