Meet the hottest jocks at Atlanta’s Final Four

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Being a gay sports fan is like winning the lottery on your birthday — it’s double the fun. Not only do you get to enjoy the games, but you can check out the players, too. And as the men’s Final Four rolls into Atlanta this weekend, it brings with it wackadoodle anti-gay protesters, traffic jams and a fan fest.

And oh yeah, a bunch of college jocks worthy of some steamy locker room fantasies. Here’s my take on the hottest hunks in the Final Four.

Sports fan or not, you can enjoy this athletic competition. Who knows, maybe you’ll spot these guys on Grindr this weekend. Or at least some hunky athletic supporters in town for the games and some off-the-court entertainment. (If you really do care about the games, here’s the schedule.)

Ron Baker


Wichita State Shockers
6’2”, 218 lb. Freshman (Scott City, KS)
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Demetric Williams


Wichita State Shockers
6’2”, 178 lb. Senior (Las Vegas, NV)
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Peyton Siva


Louisville Cardinals
6’0”, 185 lb. Senior (Seattle, WA)
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Chane Behanan


Louisville Cardinals
6’6”, 250 lb. Sophomore (Cincinnati, OH)
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Trey Burke


Michigan Wolverines
6’0”, 190 lb. Sophomore (Columbus, OH)
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Tim Hardaway, Jr.


Michigan Wolverines
6’6”, 205 lb. Junior (Miami, FL)
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Max Bielfeldt


Michigan Wolverines
6’7”, 245 lb. Freshman (Peoria, IL)
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Nolan Hart


Syracuse Orange
5’10”, 152 lb. Junior (Albany, NY)
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Zach Bush


Wichita State Shockers
6’6”, 175 lb. Freshman (Wichita, KS)
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James Southerland


Syracuse Orange
6’8”, 215 lb. Senior (Bayside, NY)
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