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Michigan State is counting on a loaded freshmen class to ease the pain of last season

The Spartans check in at No. 14 on our countdown. Long before Michigan State fell to Middle Tennessee in arguably the greatest upset in the history of the NCAA Tournament, the common thought was that Tom Izzo was going to be taking something of a step back in 2016-17. He was guaranteed to lose at least three starters -- including Associated Press Player of the Year Denzel Valentine -- and freshman Deyonta Davis' huge upside also made him a flight risk.
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