The Owls will look to junior forward Anthony Lee for leadership in the 213-14 campaign. The 6'9" Maryland native comes off a 2012-13 season that saw him average 9.8 points and 6.8 rebounds per game. Fran Dunphy and his Owls will look for Lee to improve on those numbers from a year ago and help make up for the points lost from Wyatt and Randall.
At the guard position, Temple will look to senior Dalton Pepper and junior Will Cummings to pick up the slack. The guards averaged just under 9 points per game combined last year and will need to improve those numbers vastly if the Owls hope to make their seventh straight NCAA Tournament.
With Rahlir Hollis-Jefferson, Jake O'Brien and T.J. Dileo all departed from the Owls as well, Temple will need plenty of fresh faces to step up in 2013-14 if they want to put together the type of season that has become the norm for the Owls.
Picked to finish fifth in the American Athletic Conference, don't count the Owls out. Under the guidance of Dunphy, Temple has been fantastic and the coach will look to get the best out of his squad yet again.
By: Kyle Babcock
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