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College Basketball Player of the Year Rankings: Week Four

Rank Last (+/-) Player-School Notes
1 1 (--)
Kemba Walker-UConn Still rolling...20 points in nine straight. NCAA-leading 26.5ppg.
2 2 (--) Jared Sullinger-Ohio St.
In five career games w/ 30+ minutes: 23.2 points & 14.2 rebounds.
3 3 (--) Jimmer Fredette-BYU
Red hot. Near triple-double in blowout win over UTEP (28-8-9).
4 5 (+1) Nolan Smith-Duke
FG% over past three seasons: 42.6% (So.), 44.1% (Jr.), 52% (Sr.).
5 6 (+1) Austin Freeman-G'Town
An unmistakable POY performance @ Memphis (24-5-4, 9-12 FGs).
6 4 (-2) Terrence Jones-Kentucky
24mpg over his last three. Dec. 31 date @ Louisville will be telling.
7 9 (+2) Kawhi Leonard-SDSU
A flat-out star for the 13-0 Aztecs. #'s could explode in MWC play.
8 8 (--) Rick Jackson-Syracuse
Nine double-doubles. Looks like a completely different player.
9 7 (-2) E'Twaun Moore-Purdue
Playing second fiddle to JaJuan Johnson as of late. Still at 19.4ppg.
10 12 (+2) Jordan Hamilton-Texas
The early pick for Big 12 POY. Waiting patiently for Jan. 8th vs. UConn.
11 10 (-1) LaceDarius Dunn-Baylor
Not going anywhere (3.63 treys/gm), but Bears have dropped 3 of 4.
12 13 (+1) Derrick Williams-Arizona
Recorded 16+ points eleven times already. 29-31 FTs over past three.
13 16 (+3) John Shurna-N'western
Efficiency is impossible to ignore: 61.1% FGs, 62.3% 3Ps, 23.3ppg.
14 19 (+5) Kyle Singler-Duke
Inching closer to his 09-10 numbers. 1.6 turnovers are a career-low.
15 17 (+2) Ken Faried-Morehead St.
Absurd 33.6% def. rebounding percentage. FYI, Sullinger is at 29.1%.
16 18 (+2) Jon Leuer-Wisconsin
Made 46 threes from 07-08 to 09-10 (3 yrs). Already drained 30 as a Sr.
17 15 (-2) Demetri McCamey-Illinois
2.71 ast/turn ratio is higher than Deron Williams' career best  of 2.47.
18 NR
JaJuan Johnson-Purdue
Overtook Moore as Purdue's scoring leader (19.8ppg). Solid @ 7.9rpg.
19 NR Klay Thompson-Wash St.
Torrid pace: 80 three pointers, 75 steals and a 20-point clip are all likely.
20 NR Reggie Jackson-BC
Time for Jackson to get his due. 19.2ppg despite just 12.5 shots/game.