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College Basketball Player of the Year Rankings: Week 13

Rank Last (+/-) Player-School Notes
1 1 (--) Jimmer Fredette-BYU Did the win over SDSU clinch it? Nobody was better from Nov. to Feb.
2 2 (--) Nolan Smith-Duke Consistent production, from start to finish. Hard to find an area to nitpick.
3 5 (+2) JaJuan Johnson-Purdue A much-deserved rise. Say hello to the best big man in America, folks.
4 3 (-1) Jared Sullinger-Ohio St.
Elite at one end of the floor and on the glass. Very questionable on D.
5 4 (-1) Derrick Williams-Arizona
Gets Oregon/Oregon St. to close out year. Big numbers should follow.
6 6 (--) Kemba Walker-UConn Barely deserving of 1st Team All-Big East after a rough 2nd half.
7 7 (--) Jordan Hamilton-Texas
Attempted 24 shots in loss to Colorado. Previous career-high was 19.
8 8 (--) Kawhi Leonard-SDSU Hauled down nine or more rebounds in 13 of 14 MWC games.
9 9 (--) Jon Leuer-Wisconsin The Badgers are 12-1 when he scores 20+ pts. 85.0% FTs is a bonus.
10 11 (+1) Jordan Taylor-Wisconsin Unbelievable 4.12 assist/turnover ratio. Simply does not give the ball up.
11 12 (+1) Ken. Faried-Morehead St. His regular season is over. Final #'s: 17.6pts, 14.3rebs, 2.1blks, 2.0stls.
12 10 (-2) Terrence Jones-Kentucky Always fills the statsheet, but scoring has been very inconsistent lately.
13 15 (+2) Ben Hansbrough-ND Lit up Providence/M.Brooks for 32. Clubhouse leader for BE POY.
14 14 (--) E'Twaun Moore-Purdue Still atop the marquee next to JJ: 22.67 points over his last six games.
15 NR Dwight Hardy-St. John's 24 ppg over last nine outings. Looks like a diff. player than he did in Nov.
16 16 (--) Marshon Brooks-Providence
Volume shooter on a bad team. Deserves a spot, but that might be it.
17 13 (-4) Austin Freeman-G'Town Mirroring last year's line of 16.5/3.5/2.4. Much better in non-con play.
18 NR Jacob Pullen-Kansas St.
Could theoretically still win B12 scoring title (19.7). Nice turnaround here.
19 19 (--) Jordan Williams-Maryland
Season-high 19 rebs in loss to Duke. Body of work is very impressive.
20 18 (-2) John Jenkins-Vanderbilt Responded to his POY love with two duds. Very one-dimensional.

 

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