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30 WICHITA STATE / MVC / 4 / The Shockers have 7-footers Ehimen Orukpe and Garrett Stutz, as well as juco All-America Joe Ragland and defensive ace Toure' Murry.
31 FLORIDA STATE / ACC / 3 / Former Air Force staff sergeant Bernard James, 25, a 6'10" juco transfer, joins a tenacious defensive squad led by forward Chris Singleton.
32 MISSISSIPPI STATE / SEC / 2 / The Bulldogs will be tough once big man Renardo Sidney (nine-game suspension) and point guard Dee Bost (out 14 games) hit the court.
33 RICHMOND / A-10 / 3 / Kevin Anderson (17.8 ppg) and Justin Harper (10.6 ppg) anchor a squad going for back-to-back NCAA bids for the first time since 1990 and '91.
34 VANDERBILT / SEC / 3 / Rising 6'7" star Jeffery Taylor and deadeye John Jenkins (48.3% on three-pointers) give the 'Dores enough firepower to navigate a brutal SEC East.
35 MINNESOTA / BIG TEN / 4 / The Gophers have a nice blend of size (6'11" Ralph Sampson III, 6'10" Colton Iverson) and shooting (Blake Hoffarber, 46.7% on threes).
36 NEW MEXICO / MWC / 3 / Frontcourt transfers Drew Gordon (UCLA) and Emmanuel Negedu (Tennessee) team with guard Dairese Gary to make the Pit even tougher.
37 WEST VIRGINIA / BIG EAST / 2 / 6'8" Kevin Jones (13.5 ppg) and 6'2" Darryl Bryant (9.3 ppg) will try to bring coach Bob Huggins his 18th NCAA bid in 19 seasons.
38 GEORGIA / SEC / 4 / The end of the Dawgs' three-year run in the SEC East basement is near thanks to future NBA forward Trey Thompkins and superdunker Travis Leslie.
39 UNLV / MWC / 5 / Six of the Rebels' top seven scorers return, including 6'4" guard Tre'Von Willis (17.2 ppg), and they add Kansas transfer Quintrell Thomas up front.