Who’s Missing?

Who’s Missing?

We asked one of our voters to tell us which players, who didn’t make the Preseason Top 50, should be considered for the Midseason Top 25. He gave us 38 names. We asked him to cut it to 10. Here are his 18 players who deserve consideration who were not on our preseason list:

Name Team Conference PPG RPG APG
Jordan Clarkson Missouri SEC 19.3 3.5 4.1
Tigers guard is 4th in SEC in scoring and second in assists and has reached double figures in scoring in all 14 games as a junior guard
Melvin Ejim Iowa State Big 12 17.7 7.6 2.2
Cyclones senior forward leads team with 17.8 ppg and 7.2 rebounds while shooting 52.1% from the field.
Yogi Ferrell Indiana Big 10 17.7 3.2 4.0
Hoosiers sophomore guard has made a huge improvement on the offensive end and leads his team with 17.7 ppg (+10.1 from last season), shooting 45.2% from distance (+14.9%).
Tim Frazier Penn State Big 10 16.9 4.1 6.9
Leading the Big 10 in assists per game, Frazier, a graduate student, is also half of the nation’s third highest scoring backcourt.
Oliver Hanlan Boston College ACC 19.9 4.2 3.0
Eagles sophomore guard has posted big second half numbers in the team’s first fifteen games (14.3), leading the team in 12 of those games.
Nick Johnson Arizona Pac 12 16.0 3.6 2.5
Wildcat junior guard leads the number one team in the nation with six 20-point games.
DeAndre Kane Iowa State Big 12 16.1 7.1 6.3
Cyclones senior guard is averaging 18.7 points, 6.8 rebounds, and and 7.0 assists over the last six games. 30 points, eight boards, nine assists and five steals versus Baylor.
Shawn Long Louisiana Sun Belt 21.5 11.1 0.4
Ragin’ Cajuns sophomore forward who plays mostly as an undersized center ranks among the top 25 in the nation in rebounding (4th), field goals made (4th), double-doubles (7th), and scoring (24th).
Marcus Paige North Carolina ACC 17.6 3.9 4.1
A sophomore guard, Paige is shooting 62% from three point range and 92% from the free throw line.
Casey Prather Florida SEC 17.3 5.8 2.1
Gators senior forward has scored in double figures every game this season and has three games with 27 or more points.
Chasson Randle Stanford Pac 12 18.4 3.4 2.0
The junior guard’s 30 points was not enough in Stanford’s loss at Oregon State Thursday, his second 30-point effort of the 2013-14 campaign.
Travis Releford Alabama SEC 18.5 3.7 2.5
Crimson Tide senior guard is averaging 22.7 points and 4.7 steals per game, while also shooting 57.1 percent (20-of-35) from the floor and 47.6 percent (10-of-21) from beyond the arc over the Tide’s last three games.
Rayvonte Rice Illinois Big 10 18.7 5.8 1.9
Illini junior guard leads the Big Ten in scoring at 18.7 ppg including a season-high 29 at Indiana.
Nik Stauskas Michigan Big 10 17.8 3.5 3.6
A sophomore guard, Stauskas has seven straight double figure scoring games and is shooting 90% from the line over his last four outings.
T. J. Warren North Carolina State ACC 23.9 7.9 1.1
Led the Wolfpack with 17 points in last weekend’s win at Notre Dame; the sophomore guard is the ACC’s top scorer
C.J. Wilcox Washington Pac 12 20.2 4.3 2.7
Senior guard C.J. Wilcox leads the 10-5 Huskies in scoring and free throw shooting (88.2%). He reached the 1,600 career point plateau last night.
Chaz Williams Massachusetts Atlantic 10 15.5 3.2 7.7
With 22 points against St. Joe’s this week, Williams, a senior guard, has 28 20-point games for his career.
Joseph Young Oregon Pac 12 19.1 3.4 1.9
The son of 12-year NBA player Michael Young, Joseph, a junior guard, is the Pac-12′s No. 3 scorer.

Be the first to comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.