10. Deandre Bembry, Saint Joseph’s
Saint Joseph’s University is located in historic Philadelphia and Deandre Bembry’s hairdo is reminiscent of one of Philly’s best ballers in history. Bembry also has a college game that is drawing comparisons to Julius Erving.
9. Spike Albrecht, Michigan
The player best remembered for his first half heroics in the 2013 NCAA Championship game (eventual loss to Louisville) is out with hip issues. But that’s not stopping Spike Albrecht from working on his new doo. And, this is not Albrecht’s first recognition to this esteemed group. In 2014, he was also named 7th to Myron Metcalf’s list.
8. Jeff Short, Norfolk State
Somewhere Coolio is filing copyright infringement.
7. Jalen Moore, Utah State
Jalen Moore’s dedication is paying off. As a junior, he eclipsed the 1,000 point career plateau in mid-February.
6. Dazon Ingram, Alabama
Even Wichita State is envious of the wavy wheat-fields Dazon can rock.
5. Ore Arogundade, Drake
The work is producing results.
4. T.J. Shipes, Georgia State
Note the box out, the Goldi -locks out, and the time with fans that rocks-out.
3. Matt Tiby, Milkaukee
When this list was first published, the outcry was nationwide.
“How could Matt Tiby not make the list?”
Twitter was lit ‘a Flare with outrage. The votes came pouring into @CBBEyeTest’s notifications. The caucus season played itself out. In the end, Tiby and his dream weaves were a lock for the top 3. His fans, including his sister, wouldn’t have it any other way.
2. Jameel McKay, Iowa State
Just as T.J. Shipes represents the 80s hair band with a head band, Jameel McKay provides the classic dreadlocks pulled back with a rubber band.
- Ron Baker, Wichita State
If you have any doubt that Baker is number one, just keyword search Ron Baker in Twitter and browse photos alone. Enjoy!