Saint Louis men’s basketball has been noted in several preseason college basketball publications. Here is a rundown of where the Billikens have been predicted to finish in the Atlantic 10 Conference, as well as a listing of student-athletes who received preseason recognition.

Street and Smith’s
-- Billikens predicted to finish second in the Atlantic 10 Conference

-- Javon Bess and Adonys Henriquez named to the All-Newcomer Team

-- Henriquez named to the All-Sharpshooter Team

Lindy's
-- Predicts the Billikens to finish third in the Atlantic 10 Conference

-- Adonys Henriquez named third-team All-Conference

-- Jordan Goodwin named A-10 Newcomer of the Year

CollegeSportsMadness.com
-- Ranks the Billikens No. 58 in the website’s Top 144 countdown

-- Ranks the Billikens fourth in the Atlantic 10 Conference

-- Jordan Goodwin tabbed the A-10 Freshman of the Year

-- Davell Roby and Adonys Henriquez named fourth-team All-Conference

Blue Ribbon Yearbook
-- Predicts the Billikens to finish seventh in the Atlantic 10 Conference

-- Javon Bess named preseason A-10 Newcomer of the Year

Athlon Sports
-- Predicts the Billikens to finish eighth in the Atlantic 10 Conference

The Atlantic 10 Conference’s preseason coaches poll, as well as the preseason All-Conference teams, will be unveiled at the league’s annual Media Day on Tuesday, Oct. 17. This year’s media day will take place at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., home of the 2018 A-10 MBB Championship.

SLU, which is in its second week of practice, hosts Harris-Stowe in an exhibition game Saturday, Nov. 4, at Chaifetz Arena. Seattle comes to town for the regular-season opener on Friday, Nov. 10.