BetQL is your one-stop shop for college basketball odds, best bets and expert picks. Shopping for futures odds has also never been easier with our comparison tool; get the best odds for your short-term or long-term investment. Below, you’ll see the live odds for Tennessee to win the 2022-2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship from our sportsbook partners followed by a look at their current roster.
Five-star forward Julian Phillips signed with Rick Barnes and Tennessee, joining four-star wing D.J. Jefferson. Santiago Vescovi will return after removing himself from the NBA Draft process and Josiah-Jordan James and Olivier Nkamhoua will return to the frontcourt. Zakai Zeigler and freshman B.J. Edwards should also handle a lot of the playmaking. Vescovi should be the x-factor, as he averaged 13.3 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.2 assists in 31.2 minutes over 35 games. With clear professional aspirations in sight, it’s possible that both him and Julian Phillips (a potential one-and-done freshman) end up in the NBA next year. This could be a team that makes a March run following their second-round loss to Michigan in last season’s NCAA Tournament with a 27-8 overall record.