Check out Jay Bilas’ top five college basketball players.

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Take a look at Jay Bilas’ top five college basketball players.

ESPN’s top college basketball analyst has made his predictions.

Jay Bilas announced his top five college basketball players for the 2021-22 season on Tuesday.

“The Bilastrator’s All-America First Team,” as they’re also known.

Duke freshman forward Paolo Banchero, UCLA junior guard Johnny Juzang, Wooden Award favorite Drew Timme, mid-major star Max Abmas, and Purdue’s Trevion Williams make up Bilas’ top five.

Last year’s NCAA tournament saw Juzang and Timme make a name for themselves.

Timme is back as the nation’s best offensive big man.

After withdrawing from the NBA draft, Juzang returns to UCLA.

The 6-foot-7 guard was an integral part of the Bruins’ Cinderella run to the Final Four.

Juzang averaged 22.8 points on nearly 51 percent shooting in UCLA’s six tournament games.

Another March Madness standout, Abmas, returned to ORU following a “great learning experience” during the draft process.

As a 19-year-old, Abbas led the country in scoring with 24.5 points per game despite his size.

Banchero, a five-star power forward from Seattle, will be the Blue Devils’ No. 1 recruit.

In the class of 2021, he was ranked No. 3 overall.

The 6-foot-10 forward averaged nearly 23 points per game as a junior at O’Dea High School, with 11 rebounds, almost four assists, and 1.6 blocks.

Trevion Williams was named first-team All-Big Ten last season after leading the Boilermakers in points (15.5) and rebounds (9.1) per game.

Check out Jay Bilas’ top five college basketball players.

Look: Jay Bilas Names His Top 5 College Basketball Players

Look: Jay Bilas Names His Top 5 College Basketball Players

Look: Jay Bilas Names His Top 5 College Basketball Players

Look: Jay Bilas Names His Top 5 College Basketball Players

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