I suspect that more and more previews will come out since the conf. schedule has been released. https://www.a10talk.com/ranking-the-top-100-atlantic-10-basketball-players-for-the-2019-20-season/ 11. Justin Kier | George Mason | Sr. Perhaps one of the biggest surprises in the Atlantic 10 last season, Justin Kier made the sophomore-to-junior jump from 11.0 PPG to 14.5 PPG and grabbed an extra 2 rebounds per game as well. While Otis Livingston II was still the quarterback of the 2018-19 squad, Kier began filling that role more and more as the season progressed. I’d argue that with 4 straight double-doubles to start A-10 play, Kier was in the mix to win POY in the conference if the Patriots had finished a bit higher and the junior had a few more key performances against the league’s best opponents. A lot of weight will fall on Kier’s shoulders in 2019-20. He’s the returning leading scorer and 2nd best rebounder as well. With Javon Greene and Jordan Miller looking to take steps up in 2019-20, the Patriots may have a shot at turning some heads this year. 27. Jordan Miller | George Mason | So. I think I may be higher than most on Jordan Miller, but the sophomore is due for a breakout season, especially with all of the talent George Mason is losing. Originally a redshirt, Miller got his GMU debut halfway through last season against Rhode Island, a game where Miller would tally 14 points on 6/7 shooting with 2 blocks and 2 steals, helping the Patriots get an impressive 84-67 road win over Rhode Island. Sneakily, Jordan Miller had the 2nd best offensive rating in the conference, shot 67.4% from 2 point range, and proved to be very aggressive on the glass, especially on the offensive end. I think Miller is the best-kept secret in the A-10 entering 2019-20 and could rival Justin Kier for GMU’s best player. 36. Javon Greene | George Mason | Jr. I think there’s a chance I’m really underweighting Javon Greene given the opportunities he’ll have his junior season. As the new go-to guard, Greene has big shoes to fill and could make a big leap in his junior season. It’s likely that he and Jamal Hartwell II share duties at the 1 and 2 depending on progression throughout the year. Greene had some big performances last year, dropping 21 on La Salle followed by 17 on Massachusetts in back-to-back wins. Greene had the best free throw shooting percentage in the conference last season (94.7% in A-10 play) and is really at his best when attacking the rim and looking for contact. I think Greene has a lot of room to grow, and we’ll likely see him progress throughout 2019-20. 48. Goanar Mar | George Mason | Jr. Due to injury, Mar’s contributions were pretty limited his sophomore season; however, his freshman campaigning was a glimpse into what should be a promising future. Averaging 10.9 PPG in his first year, Mar was a solid scoring option and even flashed the ability to knock down the three. He’s effective at getting to the free throw line when he attacks the basket as well; Mar took 128 free throws his freshman season. Mar’s progression will be very important to GMU’s success in 2019-20. Even before getting injured, the sophomore really struggled from the floor in non-conference play, shooting less than 30% from the floor. That’s not good. If he can bounce back from a bit of a sophomore slump and play like he did freshman year, he’ll be a real difference-maker for Dave Paulsen this year. Hartwell is 66th, Boyd is 70th, Calixte is 77th, and AJ is 91st.