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  1. Freshmen to watch in the Big 12

    Jason King

    Editor's note: ESPN.com's Summer Shootaround series catches up on the offseason storylines for each conference. For more on the Big 12, click here. Five freshmen to watch in the league ... Isaiah Austin, Baylor: RecruitingNation has tagged Aust...

    Blog | July 24, 2012
  2. Big 12's most important players

    Jason King

    Editor's note: ESPN.com's Summer Shootaround series catches up on the offseason storylines for each conference. For more on the Big 12, click here. The most important player for each team in the conference ... Baylor: Cory Jefferson The 6-foot...

    Blog | July 24, 2012
  3. Five offseason storylines in the Big 12

    Jason King

    Editor's note: ESPN.com's Summer Shootaround series catches up on the offseason storylines for each conference. For more on the Big 12, click here. Five offseason storylines in the Big 12... 1. Eight straight Big 12 titles -- and counting -- fo...

    Blog | July 24, 2012
  4. Pac-12's freshmen to watch

    Jason King

    Editor's note: ESPN.com's Summer Shootaround series catches up on the offseason storylines for each conference. For more on the Pac-12, click here. Shabazz Muhammad, UCLA: Bruins fans are hoping the 6-foot-6, 215-pounder will change the fortunes ...

    Blog | July 17, 2012
  5. Pac-12's most important players

    Jason King

    Editor's note: ESPN.com's Summer Shootaround series catches up on the offseason storylines for each conference. For more on the Pac-12, click here. Arizona: Nick Johnson The shooting guard tapered off at the end of his freshman season, when he av...

    Blog | July 17, 2012
  6. Summer Shootaround: Pac-12

    Jason King

    Editor's note: ESPN.com's Summer Shootaround series catches up on the offseason storylines for each conference. For more on the Pac-12, click here. 1. UCLA's late recruiting surge: Less than two months after a Sports Illustrated story threatened ...

    Blog | July 17, 2012