NCAA Preseason Top 25 XsOs – Teams 6-10

By Tony Miller

April 2, 2018 - San Antonio, Texas, USA - Villanova head basketball coach Jay Wright celebrates during the net-cutting ceremony after defeating Michigan in the NCAA National Championship basketball game of the NCAA Final Four tournament at the Alamodome on Monday, Apr. 2, 2018. The Wildcats defeated the Wolverines, 79-62, to win their third overall national title and the second in three years. (Credit Image: © Kin Man Hui/San Antonio Express-News via ZUMA Wire)

College basketball is here, and we’re tipping it off with a series of top plays from the Top 25 teams.

Hallelujah, college basketball has returned! When the 2019 Preseason AP Top 25 poll was released, of course we had to round up TeamFastModel contributors to submit top plays from each team in the rankings, all to share with you. Enjoy, and hopefully you find a few sets to utilize with your team this season.

This is the sixth post of the series and highlights teams ranked 6-10. Plays submitted by contributor Tony Miller.

Check out the rest of the series: Honorable Mention teams | Teams 21-25 | Teams 16-20 | Teams 11-15 | Teams 1-5

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#10 Michigan State Spartans

Miles Bridges Set aka STS Action

Michigan State Miles Bridges Set


#9 Villanova Wildcats

Hand Off BLOB

Villanova Hand Off BLOB


#8 North Carolina Tar Heels

Box Elevator

UNC Box Elevator


#7 Nevada Wolf Pack

Early Offense – Double Stagger

Nevada Early Offense Double Stagger


#6 Tennessee Volunteers

Back Screen to Cross Screen ATO

Tennessee Back Screen to Cross Screen ATO


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Men's Assistant Basketball Coach at Bob Jones University Bruins
Dr. Tony Miller is the men's assistant basketball coach at Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC. In addition, he serves as the director of BJU's sport management degree program.
April 2, 2018 – San Antonio, Texas, USA – Villanova head basketball coach Jay Wright celebrates during the net-cutting ceremony after defeating Michigan in the NCAA National Championship basketball game of the NCAA Final Four tournament at the Alamodome on Monday, Apr. 2, 2018. The Wildcats defeated the Wolverines, 79-62, to win their third overall national title and the second in three years. (Credit Image: © Kin Man Hui/San Antonio Express-News via ZUMA Wire)
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