Report: NCAA Tournament” still rank the top team NO 1 in the world………

Report: NCAA Tournament” still rank the top team NO 1 in the world………

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FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS—As the collegiate season comes to an end with the NCAA Championships held from June 5-8 at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, Arkansas is still ranked #1 in the country for the third week running.

Following the NCAA First Rounds, Alabama rose to the No. 2 spot; the top five colleges are Florida, USC, Texas A&M, and Texas. Texas Tech, Texas, Houston, LSU, and Nebraska round out the top 10.

The Razorbacks had 13 entries in the NCAA Championships, headlined by their world-champion 4 x 400m relay (2:59.03). Wayne Pinnock (27-0.75w | 8.25 long jump) and Romaine Beckford (7-3.75 | 2.23 high jump) are two of the team’s two 2024 NCAA Indoor champions.

Texas has the most entries (17), followed by Florida (14). With 13 entries, USC joins Arkansas, followed by 12 apiece from LSU and Texas Tech.

The four events that the Razorbacks have two entries in are the decathlon, the 400m, the 110m hurdles, and the 10,000m.

In the Decathlon, Jack Turner (7,935) and Yariel Soto Torrado (7,834) come in fourth and fifth. In the 400, James Benson II comes in sixth place (44.85).

Lance Lang placed eighth in both sprint races (9.97w and 19.99w) and advanced in three different events: the 100m, 200m, and the 4 x 400m relay.

With a season best of 13.38, defending NCAA champion Phillip Lemonious is ranked seventh in the 110-meter hurdles. In the 10,000m, Patrick Kiprop is ranked seventh (28:14.77).

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258 Arkansas
Alabama (236)
233 Florida USC 196
Texas A&M 194
Texas Tech 190
LSU 177, Texas 188, Houston 184, and Nebraska 148

Johnell Davis, a signee for the Arkansas men’s basketball team, has withdrawn from the NBA Draft.

FAYETTEVILLE: Johnell Davis, a signee for the Arkansas men’s basketball team, has apparently decided not to enter the NBA Draft and will play his last collegiate season with the Razorbacks. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN broke the story first.

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The deadline for withdrawals was this Wednesday.

The highly regarded Florida Atlantic transfer Davis turned down an invitation to G League Elite Camp and skipped the NBA Draft Combine in the past. In most mock drafts, his selection was not anticipated. According to Jonathan Givnoy of ESPN, Davis will check out with a few NBA teams before the withdrawal deadline.

One of the most highly-touted athletes in the NCAA transfer portal, Davis joins the Razorbacks. He averaged 18.2 points and 6.3 rebounds in 2023–24, shooting 41% from three-point range. He was a key component of FAU’s 2023 Final Four success.

Since the hiring of John Calipari as coach, he is one of eight players to pledge to Arkansas. The others include freshman Karter Knox, Johnuel “Boogie” Fland, and Billy Richmond; transfers Zvonimir Ivisic (Kentucky), Jonas Aidoo (Tennessee), Adou Thiero (Kentucky), and DJ Wagner (Kentucky).

At the SEC Spring Meetings in Florida, Calipari told reporters he hoped to add one more player to the roster.

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