Ivy League Basketball Preview 2023-24
|Player Ratings||Bracketology||Top 180|
|Mid-Major||Award/Final 4||Transfer Portal|
|Hot Seat||Coach Rankings||Resources|
Our model, ADJeff ratings, are just a rating of the D1 players and their Adjust Efficiency by strength of schedule. There are other factors we consider in the overall team rankings like coaching, continuity, incoming freshmen, JUCO, team build, fit, etc.
The Ivy League unfortunately doesn’t allow grad transfers and as a result, can’t take advantage of the covid 5th year super seniors. That makes it hard for schools like Princeton to capitalize on the NCAA tournament success of last year after making it to the Sweet 16. Most of their best players transferred. Many of the league’s other best players have to transfer to take advantage of the 5th years. Hopefully, once the super senior era is over attrition stabilizes some for the league.
Top Players in the Ivy by ADJeff
|Geronimo Rubio De La Rosa||Columbia||18.5||1.8|
Last Year’s NET