ACC Basketball: Power rankings heading into 2021-2022 season

ACC Basketball: Power rankings heading into 2021-2022 season

Duke and North Carolina are among the ACCs leading groups as we take an appearance at the conferences Preseason Power Rankings.
It has been an offseason of change in the ACC as several of the conferences stalwart coaches made strategies to move on. Roy Williams remarkably retired at the end of the season, enabling Hubert Davis to ascend to become North Carolinas new head coach, while Mike Krzyzewski revealed the 2021-22 campaign will be his last at Duke.
Regardless of all the modifications, things stay the exact same in the ACC as the conference has some genuine competitors in location. Four teams broke the APs Preseason Top 25 poll, headlined by the Blue Devils checking in at No. 9 on the strength of a strong recruiting class.
Another four teams likewise receive choose the poll, offering the conference eight teams that AP voters felt deserved being thought about among the 25 finest groups in the sport. That must make the conference a challenge to anticipate as soon as again as the ACC seeks to crown another national champion, something that has actually occurred 8 times considering that the turn of the century, with the most current title coming from Virginia in 2019.
How will the ACC break down this year? Its still early, however lets take a look at the conferences Preseason Power Rankings to figure out who will end up in the title hunt and who will be cannon fodder.

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA– MARCH 11: Head coach Tony Bennett of the Virginia Cavaliers reacts during the first half of their quarterfinals video game against the Syracuse Orange in the ACC Guyss Basketball Competition at Greensboro Coliseum on March 11, 2021, in Greensboro, North Carolina. (Picture by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images).