With the start of the 2020-21 NCAA college basketball season approximately one month away, now is a perfect time to cheek out the latest odds to win the 2021 NCAA March Madness National Championship Tournament. Let’s get some early college hoops insight that could help you cash in all season long against their College Basketball odds.
Early Updated 2020 College Basketball Predictions
Odds To Win 2020 NCAA Basketball Championship
Jay Wright lost blossoming star Saddiq Bey, but he has all four of his other starters back from last season, plus a talented former five-star recruit in Bryan Antoine that rarely saw action as a freshman last season. The Cats added some experience in the form of former Tulane standout Caleb Daniels and Collin Gillespie should challenge for Big East Player of the Year.
The Wildcats enter the 2020-21 campaign with the nation’s top recruiting class. To make matters worse, John Calipari could get even more talent and experience with the waiver process till pending. Kentucky is loaded as always, but will they jell by March?
The Zags have been a perennial title contender for years now, having reached the Sweet Sixteen or better in five straight postseasons. Gonzaga has the vast majority of their core players back from last season and added highly recruited freshman Jalen Suggs. Once a mid-major, Gonzaga has a handful of non-conference games against elite opponents this coming season.
Baylor is loaded with talent and have what looks like the best backcourt in the nation Jared Butler and MaCio Teague. Davion Mitchell and Mark Vital are elite perimeter defenders and the Bears look like they could very well improve on their stellar 26-4 mark from a year ago.
The Cavaliers enter the season as the ACC favorite and for good reason. Virginia is undeniably one of the best defensive teams in the country and they simply beat a lot of opponents by shutting them down. Jay Huff and Sam Hauser could take this team to the Final Four.
Senior forward Isaiah Livers should be playing at the next level after this coming season and sophomore Franz Wagner is looking for bigger and better things. Michigan might not be ready to contend for a national championship, but things are looking up for Michigan under Juwaan Howard.
The Blue Devils have a top five recruiting class that consists of a whopping six players. Those young freshmen, combined with experienced players like Wendell Moore Jr., Matthew Hurt, Joey Baker and Jordan Goldwire should give Coach K a squad that should contend.
Texas Tech +1800
VCU transfer forward Marcus Santos-Silva will play a leading role right away while teaming with Kyler Edwards and Avery Benson to give the Red Raiders one of the best trios in the country.
Michigan State +1800
The Spartans have a ton of talent on the perimeter, but will the Spartans find a capable replacement for former leader Cassius Winston? Joshua Langford is coming off an injury, bu Michigan State gets a talented newcomer in Joey Hauser.