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College Basketball Player of the Year Rankings: Week 10

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Rank Last (+/-) Player-School Notes
1 1 (--) Jimmer Fredette-BYU Drawing more contact now than he has all year. 26-27 FTs over last 2 gms.
2 2 (--) Jared Sullinger-Ohio St. Legit Q: If OSU wins out, does Sully deserve the award on principle?
3 3 (--) Kemba Walker-UConn No. 3 may be too generous. Hasn't played like a POY since early Jan.
4 4 (--) Nolan Smith-Duke
Dished 5+ asts in 19 of 23 gms. Nice all-around: 21pts-4.8rbs-1.5stls.
5 5 (--) Jordan Hamilton-Texas
Hit 4+ treys on eight occasions this yr. Runaway Big 12 MVP?
6 8 (+2) Derrick Williams-Arizona 69.0 effective FG%, 71.6 true shooting%. Ranks 1st in NCAA in both.
7 6 (-1) Kawhi Leonard-SDSU
Deserves it, but probably won't come close to First Team AA status.
8 9 (+1) JaJuan Johnson-Purdue King of def. efficiency in the Big Ten. Called for 1.8 fouls/40 min.
9 7 (-2) Terrence Jones-Kentucky King of off. efficiency in the SEC. Draws 6.9 fouls/40 min.
10 12 (+2) Jon Leuer-Wisconsin A bit surprised he leads B10 in % of shots taken over T.Battle (32.3%).
11 10 (-1) Austin Freeman-G'Town Averaging 22.2 points w/ 52.4% FGs on current six-game win streak.
12 11 (-1) Klay Thompson-Wash. St. 25 turnovers in last 5. Scoring and 3P% have also dipped in that span.
13 13 (--) Rick Jackson-Syracuse
Very impressive: Needs 22 blocks to reach 250 for his career.
14 17 (+3) Marshon Brooks-Providence Blew up in L to G'Town (43pts, 10rebs). 3rd in NCAA in scoring (24.1).
15 18 (+3) Jordan Williams-Maryland 21.5 and 11.5 in two games vs. Duke. 2nd in ACC in TO% (10.0).
16 20 (+4) Ken. Faried-Morehead St.
Rebounding like a madman (17.0/gm) during six-game stretch.
17 NR Jordan Taylor-Wisconsin
Highest ORating in the country among 24%+ possession players.
18 16 (-2) Tu Holloway-Xavier Big week ahead: Showcase game at Georgia on Tue, then Duquesne.
19 14 (-5) E'Twaun Moore-Purdue
More bad games than good ones as of late. Johnson is the star now.
20 15 (-5) Isaiah Thomas-Washington His POY campaign was short-lived. 17 asts vs. 16 TOs in last 3 gms.

 

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