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March Madness Player Props and Parlay, Sunday March 26, 2023

March Madness Player Props and Parlay, Sunday March 26, 2023

The final day of the Elite 8 in March Madness is here! We have combed through our model to find the three best college basketball player props for today's NCAA Tournament games on Sunday, March 26, and we put a nice parlay together too. Read on for the full College Basketball parlay analysis below, and if you're looking to craft your own parlay, don't forget to head to our Parlay Picker page. Take a look at our full 2023 March Madness Guide as well to get everything you need to win money on college basketball games this week.

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College Basketball Parlay For Sunday


Darrion Trammell Over 9.5 Points


Nijel Pack Over 13.5 Points


Norchad Omier Over 10.5 Rebounds


March Madness Player Props For Sunday

Creighton Bluejays vs. San Diego State Aztecs, 2:20PM ET

LEG 1: Darrion Trammell Over 9.5 Points (-115) with WynnBET Sportsbook

Trammell has been an integral part of the Aztec team all season long, but in win or go home situations he has elevated his game even higher than usual, and our model has loved it. DimersBOT predicted Trammell to go Over his previous line of 8.5 points against Alabama, and he led all scorers with 21 points. He is averaging 17 points per game in his last two, and against Creighton, with the Bluejays' prowess inside, Trammell will be leaned upon to score from the perimeter. We love Trammell's chances in this game.

Miami Hurricanes vs. Texas Longhorns, 5:05PM ET

LEG 2: Nijel Pack Over 13.5 Points (-110) with WynnBET Sportsbook

LEG 3: Norchad Omier Over 10.5 Rebounds (-165) with WynnBET Sportsbook

Moving to the second game of Sunday's slate, we have our eyes on a pair of Miami Hurricanes. The Canes have been a pleasant "surprise" in this tournament, but really should anyone be surprised at all? This team made the Elite 8 last season and has now returned, hungry for more. Pack and Omier, two players brought in from the transfer portal, have been the biggest reasons why this Miami team's ceiling is higher than last year. Pack is averaging over 19 points per game in the NCAA Tournament, and is coming off a game with seven made three pointers against Houston. Omier has also been feasting, but on the boards. He is averaging just under 15 rebounds per game, and has gone Over 10.5 in each game in the tournament with ease. We love these two stars for the Canes to eat with a Final Four trip on the line.

🏀 Miami vs. Texas Predictions
📈 Betting preview: Miami vs. Texas


Your game not here? Find out who we're betting on for every basketball game on Sunday via our College Basketball Bet Hub, where we deliver you college basketball predictions and suggested bets, or check out the College Basketball Betting News section.

Greg Waddell
Creative Strategist

Greg Waddell is a self-proclaimed college basketball addict, with an affinity for parlays and fantasy football trades. He's based in Michigan, where he hasn't seen one of his professional sports teams win anything of any importance since he was in diapers.

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