Leading the way in terms of scoring last season were Frantz Massenat and Damion Lee. Drexel will see both of those guys return this season as well as the return of guard Chris Fouch, whom was granted a sixth season of eligibility by the NCAA at the beginning of the year. The Dragons have a talented veteran cast and will also see contributions from incoming freshmen forwards Rodney Williams, Khris Lane, Mohamed Bah, and guard Major Canady.
Where will the Dragons finish this season? As mentioned earlier, they will be tested early on against a formidable UCLA squad, but the rest of the schedule seems very doable for this Drexel unit. They have been solid in conference play over the last couple seasons and with a lot of players returning from last year's squad, they should be able to win at least 20 games this season, maybe even more. Realistically, they should be way better than last year, but asking 29-7 of them again might be a bit much. Crazier things have happened, so don't rule anything out with this talented team.
Season opener: 11/9 @ #22 UCLA
By: Dan Goggin
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