|Walker is averaging 26.9 ppg in 2010-11|
Jared Sullinger, Forward, Ohio State Buckeyes. The highly touted freshman has delivered early on and is averaging 17-and-10 on the year. Sullinger is light on his feet despite his size (6-9 280) and his great hands. Attributes that allowed him to drop 40 (12-17 FG, 16-23 FT) on IUPUI earlier this season allong with 13 boards.
Rick Jackson, Forward, Syracuse Orange. The senior from Neumann-Goretti H.S. in Philly is finally coming into his own for Jim Boeheim's squad as a dominant inside man in the vaunted 2-3 zone defense and as a productive offensive player in the post. Jackson's 14-and-12 average is a big improvement from his previous career high averages (9.7 ppg, 7 rpg, as a junior) and he has proved that he can come up big no matter what the stage or competition (17 points and 16 rebounds in a 72-58 against Michigan State 12/7/10 at Madison Square Garden).
|Can McCamey continue the hot shooting in Big Ten play?|
Demetri McCamey, Guard, Illinois Fighting Illini. McCamey has improved his draft stock considerably so far this year. The senior is shooting the lights out from three (49 percent) and he has shown the ability to be a consistent playmaker, averaging 7.1 assists per game, good for sixth in the country.
Terrence Jones, Forward, Kenucky Wildcats. Jones is the next Wildcat one-and-done to the NBA player and it ain't hard to tell why when you see him play. Though still very raw, Jones, a freshman, posses guard skills for his 6-8 244 pound frame. He can play multiple positions at the college level and be affective at each. Jones has proven this by filling up the stat sheet this year, averaging 18.2 ppg, 9.6 rpg, 2 blocks, 1.4 steals, and shooting a decent 33-percent from the 3-point line.
|No sophomore slump for Williams. (18.2 ppg, 11.9 rpg)|
F - Jordan Williams, Maryland
G - Austin Freeman, Georgetown