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Best Virginia’s Full Roster Revealed for TBT Next Week



Best Virginia's Full Roster

Best Virginia’s full roster has been revealed on TBT’s website. The West Virginia alumni-based team is preparing to host the Wheeling regional starting next Tuesday.

Nathan Adrian / F / WVU

Quincy Ford / F / Northeastern

John Flowers / F / WVU

Nathan Flowers / F / Oklahoma City

Alex Gross / C / Morehead State

Chase Harler / G / WVU

Kedrian Johnson / G / WVU

Kevin Jones / F / WVU

Sean McNeil / G / WVU + OSU

Teyvon Myers / G / WVU

Erik Stevenson / G / WVU

Flowers is serving as the general manager while Harler is the assistant general manager. Former WVU G James Long will return as head coach for a third-straight year.

Best Virginia received the No. 1-seed in the Wheeling regional of the TBT tournament. The super regional will take place from July 25-30 at Wesbanco Arena. Best Virginia will take on Dubois Dream in the first round. Herd That (Marshall) and Zoo Crew (Pitt) will play in the first round as well with the winner potentially facing Best Virginia in the next round.

This marks Best Virginia’s third-straight summer of hosting a regional; two in Charleston (2021-22) and now in Wheeling (2023). Last year, Best Virginia made a run to the Elite-8 in Dayton, the closest the group has been to the $1 million prize.

Best Virginia is 6-2 all-time in their TBT history, dating back to 2019.

Wheeling will be one of TBT’s eight regional locations this summer. Eight teams will compete in the West Virginia Regional over the course of five days in July in the single-elimination event, with the West Virginia Regional champion advancing to the quarterfinals.

The Basketball Tournament is a 64-team field, which the winning team takes home $1 million.

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