Watch Out For Washington Huskies' C.J. Wilcox In the 2013-14 College Basketball Season

By Trevor Lowry
C.J. Wilcox
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Whether if the Washington Huskies compete in the Pac-12 or not, the college basketball world better watch out for C.J. Wilcox in the 2013-14 season.

Wilcox is coming off of a season where he averaged 16.8 points per game and 4.3 rebounds per game. He shot 41.9 percent from the field and 36.6 percent from behind the arc as well, which resulted in 75 made threes.

There will be plenty of great players in the Pac-12 in the upcoming season, especially from teams like Colorado, UCLA and Arizona, but Wilcox could very well be the best player in the conference.

With that said, he may not lead Washington to a conference title, but you never know. The Huskies are not expected to win the Pac-12 this year, but they could make the Big Dance if Wilcox and other players step up their games.

He will be playing in his final season in college hoops, so hopefully it is a good one. It would be hard to see Wilcox scoring more points in the upcoming season since he already averaged near 35 minutes per game and 14.1 attempts per game, but maybe he will become an even more efficient shooter, which could lead to more points.

At 6’5”, he is not an easy player to guard in college and he is around the perfect height to make it at the next level as a shooting guard. So, a big season out of him could result in him playing for an NBA team in a year, being the Pac-12 Player of the Year and Washington making the 2014 NCAA Tournament.

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