Depending on how good you play and how good your grades are. Freshmen, Sophmore, and Junior year are prep years for Senior. Realistically speaking senior year is the only one that matters. Play good enough that year colleges will scout you. But colleges also look for grades now more than they used too.
possible if you completely blow away a coach for a college but it depends on your playing skills
No, BJ Raji only played basketball till his sophomore year in highschool.
As of the 2008-2009 season Patrick Patterson is a sophomore at the University of Kentucky, the school with the most all time wins of any college basketball program.
When you have enough credits to be defined as a sophomore
When it is the second year of High school or College
A sophomore, in America is someone in their second year of either high school or college. A sophomore is a second-year student. It can be used for high school or college. Sophomore can also be used to refer to someone in their second year of anything, but primarily it refers to an educational institution. In the references below is the definition. Typically at a college or university, a student is classified as a sophomore once he/she has completed their 29th credit. A sophmore is a student in 10th grade
You don't. Freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior are all common nouns.
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CBK is used to reference college basketball. It is believed that the "K" is used to help differentiate between college baseball (CBB) and college basketball (CBK).
The word 'sophomore' is both a noun and an adjective.The noun sophomore is a word for a person in their second year of high school or college; a person or group in their second year of an endeavor.The adjective sophomore is a word to describe a noun as of or pertaining to a sophomore; of or being a second effort or second version.
how is the rpi calculated in college basketball.