CHICAGO (AP) - When high school phenom Jabari Parker revealed his list of top 10 schools, DePaul was right there alongside the powerhouses.
It was a small victory for the Blue Demons, a sign that maybe they can play with the big boys.
Year 3 of the Oliver Purnell Era is about to begin and DePaul insists it's ready to jump out of the Big East cellar even if it was picked to finish 13th after going 12-19 overall last season and 3-15 in the conference.
Clearly, there's work to do.
The Blue Demons are coming off their fifth straight losing season and haven't made the NCAA tournament since 2004.
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