Sunday, February 23, 2020

Value Add Basketball Rankings for all 4,061 Players

The Value Add Basketball Rankings calibrate how many points per game each current college basketball player would improve an average team. For example, if you moved Malachi Flynn from San Diego State to an average team in the country, his 11.36 Value Add means they would improve by 11 points per game - or he could single-handedly change a 70-75 loss to a 76-70 win.

The Value Add Basketball calculations have been featured on ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports and many other media outlets over the years.

Click on this google sheet for the rankings for 4,061 players, or click here for the rankings of all players from 2002 to 2019. The top 400 players are listed below. These results are through games of February 10, and they will be updated approximately March 1.


Nat'l Rnk, Player, Team, Value Add, Conf, Ht
1, Malachi Flynn #22, San Diego St., 11.36, MWC, 6-foot-1
2, Onyeka Okongwu #21, USC, 10.45, P12, 6-foot-9
3, Devon Dotson #1, Kansas, 10.35, B12, 6-foot-2
4, Fatts Russell #1, Rhode Island, 10.1, A10, 5-foot-10
5, Jordan Roland #12, Northeastern, 9.91, CAA, 6-foot-1
6, Payton Pritchard #3, Oregon, 9.84, P12, 6-foot-2
7, Markus Howard #0, Marquette, 9.72, BE, 5-foot-11
8, Loren Cristian Jackson #1, Akron, 9.71, MAC, 5-foot-8
9, Jordan Ford #3, Saint Mary's, 9.63, WCC, 6-foot-1
10, Daniel Oturu #25, Minnesota, 9.49, B10, 6-foot-10
11, Luka Garza #55, Iowa, 9.46, B10, 6-foot-11
12, Tyrese Haliburton #22, Iowa St., 9.45, B12, 6-foot-5
13, Myles Powell #13, Seton Hall, 9.35, BE, 6-foot-2
14, MaCio Teague #31, Baylor, 9.23, B12, 6-foot-3
15, Devin Vassell #24, Florida St., 9.21, ACC, 6-foot-7
16, Trayce Jackson-Davis #4, Indiana, 9.1, B10, 6-foot-9
17, Jalen Smith #25, Maryland, 9.1, B10, 6-foot-10
18, Ty-Shon Alexander #5, Creighton, 9.06, BE, 6-foot-4
19, Reggie Perry #1, Mississippi St., 9.02, SEC, 6-foot-10
20, Jacob Gilyard #0, Richmond, 9.01, A10, 5-foot-9
21, Sam Merrill #5, Utah St., 9, MWC, 6-foot-5
22, Jordan Nwora #33, Louisville, 8.99, ACC, 6-foot-7
23, Anthony Cowan #1, Maryland, 8.89, B10, 6-foot-0
24, Jalen Crutcher #10, Dayton, 8.78, A10, 6-foot-1
25, Sean McDermott #22, Butler, 8.77, BE, 6-foot-6
26, Christian Vital #1, Connecticut, 8.71, Amer, 6-foot-2
27, Obi Toppin #1, Dayton, 8.66, A10, 6-foot-9
28, Jake Toolson #5, BYU, 8.45, WCC, 6-foot-5
29, Carlik Jones #1, Radford, 8.43, BSth, 6-foot-1
30, Paul Reed #4, DePaul, 8.33, BE, 6-foot-9
31, Jared Butler #12, Baylor, 8.31, B12, 6-foot-3
32, Marcus Garrett #0, Kansas, 8.3, B12, 6-foot-5
33, Isaiah Stewart #33, Washington, 8.21, P12, 6-foot-9
34, Mitch Ballock #24, Creighton, 8.19, BE, 6-foot-5
35, Tyler Bey #1, Colorado, 8.06, P12, 6-foot-7
36, Tres Tinkle #3, Oregon St., 8.01, P12, 6-foot-7
37, Justin Bean #34, Utah St., 8.01, MWC, 6-foot-7
38, Dwayne Sutton #24, Louisville, 8, ACC, 6-foot-5
39, Terry Taylor #21, Austin Peay, 7.97, OVC, 6-foot-5
40, Mason Jones #15, Arkansas, 7.93, SEC, 6-foot-5
41, Nate Hinton #11, Houston, 7.93, Amer, 6-foot-5
42, Tyrell Terry #3, Stanford, 7.92, P12, 6-foot-2
43, Immanuel Quickley #5, Kentucky, 7.87, SEC, 6-foot-3
44, Skylar Mays #4, LSU, 7.85, SEC, 6-foot-4
45, Jonah Radebaugh #12, Northern Colorado, 7.82, BSky, 6-foot-3
46, Oscar Tshiebwe #34, West Virginia, 7.82, B12, 6-foot-9
47, Paul Atkinson #20, Yale, 7.8, Ivy, 6-foot-10
48, Jalen Harris #2, Nevada, 7.78, MWC, 6-foot-5
49, Trey Landers #3, Dayton, 7.77, A10, 6-foot-5
50, Desmond Bane #1, TCU, 7.76, B12, 6-foot-6
51, David Duke #3, Providence, 7.65, BE, 6-foot-5
52, De'Riante Jenkins #0, VCU, 7.64, A10, 6-foot-5
53, Freddie Gillespie #33, Baylor, 7.62, B12, 6-foot-9
54, Myreon Jones #0, Penn St., 7.61, B10, 6-foot-3
55, Grant Riller #1, Charleston, 7.61, CAA, 6-foot-3
56, Jhivvan Jackson #2, UTSA, 7.6, CUSA, 6-foot-0
57, Brady Manek #35, Oklahoma, 7.6, B12, 6-foot-9
58, Xavier Tillman #23, Michigan St., 7.59, B10, 6-foot-8
59, Quincy McKnight #0, Seton Hall, 7.56, BE, 6-foot-4
60, Saddiq Bey #41, Villanova, 7.54, BE, 6-foot-8
61, Tyreke Key #11, Indiana St., 7.52, MVC, 6-foot-2
62, Udoka Azubuike #35, Kansas, 7.48, B12, 7-foot-0
63, Marcus Carr #5, Minnesota, 7.47, B10, 6-foot-2
64, Andres Feliz #10, Illinois, 7.41, B10, 6-foot-2
65, Collin Gillespie #2, Villanova, 7.4, BE, 6-foot-3
66, Elijah Hughes #33, Syracuse, 7.37, ACC, 6-foot-6
67, Tyrique Jones #4, Xavier, 7.32, BE, 6-foot-9
68, Vernon Carey #1, Duke, 7.3, ACC, 6-foot-10
69, Dru Smith #12, Missouri, 7.3, SEC, 6-foot-3
70, John Petty #23, Alabama, 7.28, SEC, 6-foot-5
71, Marcus Domask #1, Southern Illinois, 7.28, MVC, 6-foot-6
72, Nick Richards #4, Kentucky, 7.23, SEC, 6-foot-11
73, Cameron Krutwig #25, Loyola Chicago, 7.22, MVC, 6-foot-9
74, Matt Bradley #20, California, 7.19, P12, 6-foot-4
75, Chris Duarte #5, Oregon, 7.18, P12, 6-foot-6
76, Joe Wieskamp #10, Iowa, 7.13, B10, 6-foot-6
77, Oscar da Silva #13, Stanford, 7.08, P12, 6-foot-9
78, Cassius Winston #5, Michigan St., 7.08, B10, 6-foot-1
79, CJ Elleby #2, Washington St., 7.05, P12, 6-foot-6
80, Matt Mitchell #11, San Diego St., 7.01, MWC, 6-foot-6
81, Zeke Nnaji #22, Arizona, 6.99, P12, 6-foot-11
82, Marcus Weathers #5, Duquesne, 6.99, A10, 6-foot-5
83, Jeff Dowtin #11, Rhode Island, 6.98, A10, 6-foot-3
84, Desure Buie #4, Hofstra, 6.97, CAA, 5-foot-11
85, Tre Jones #3, Duke, 6.95, ACC, 6-foot-3
86, Miles McBride #4, West Virginia, 6.94, B12, 6-foot-2
87, Tyrece Radford #23, Virginia Tech, 6.9, ACC, 6-foot-1
88, John Fulkerson #10, Tennessee, 6.89, SEC, 6-foot-9
89, Xavier Sneed #20, Kansas St., 6.83, B12, 6-foot-5
90, Trae Berhow #11, Northern Iowa, 6.82, MVC, 6-foot-5
91, Clay Mounce #45, Furman, 6.76, SC, 6-foot-7
92, McKinley Wright #25, Colorado, 6.73, P12, 6-foot-0
93, Grayson Murphy #2, Belmont, 6.72, OVC, 6-foot-2
94, Jahlil Tripp #0, Pacific, 6.71, WCC, 6-foot-5
95, Michael Devoe #0, Georgia Tech, 6.7, ACC, 6-foot-5
96, TJ Gibbs #10, Notre Dame, 6.66, ACC, 6-foot-3
97, Emmitt Williams #5, LSU, 6.64, SEC, 6-foot-6
98, Isaiah Blackmon #11, St. Francis PA, 6.61, NEC, 6-foot-1
99, Remy Martin #1, Arizona St., 6.61, P12, 6-foot-0
100, Joel Ayayi #11, Gonzaga, 6.57, WCC, 6-foot-5
101, Kendric Davis #3, SMU, 6.57, Amer, 5-foot-11
102, Jahmi'us Ramsey #3, Texas Tech, 6.56, B12, 6-foot-4
103, Mamadi Diakite #25, Virginia, 6.53, ACC, 6-foot-9
104, Tyler Hagedorn #25, South Dakota, 6.5, Sum, 6-foot-10
105, Javon Freeman-Liberty #0, Valparaiso, 6.44, MVC, 6-foot-3
106, Keyontae Johnson #11, Florida, 6.44, SEC, 6-foot-5
107, Kaleb Wesson #34, Ohio St., 6.43, B10, 6-foot-9
108, Breein Tyree #4, Mississippi, 6.43, SEC, 6-foot-2
109, Lamar Stevens #11, Penn St., 6.42, B10, 6-foot-8
110, Samir Doughty #10, Auburn, 6.35, SEC, 6-foot-4
111, Marreon Jackson #3, Toledo, 6.35, MAC, 6-foot-0
112, Jermaine Haley #10, West Virginia, 6.32, B12, 6-foot-7
113, Jimmy Whitt #33, Arkansas, 6.29, SEC, 6-foot-3
114, Nathan Knight #13, William & Mary, 6.28, CAA, 6-foot-10
115, John Mooney #33, Notre Dame, 6.27, ACC, 6-foot-9
116, Kerry Blackshear #24, Florida, 6.25, SEC, 6-foot-10
117, Isiaha Mike #15, SMU, 6.25, Amer, 6-foot-8
118, Darien Jackson #11, Tulsa, 6.23, Amer, 6-foot-3
119, Ruot Monyyong #44, Little Rock, 6.2, SB, 6-foot-10
120, Max Mahoney #51, Boston University, 6.19, Pat, 6-foot-8
121, Anthony Edwards #5, Georgia, 6.18, SEC, 6-foot-5
122, Troy Simons #3, Kent St., 6.17, MAC, 6-foot-3
123, Kristian Doolittle #21, Oklahoma, 6.17, B12, 6-foot-7
124, Jordan Schakel #20, San Diego St., 6.16, MWC, 6-foot-6
125, Jayden Gardner #1, East Carolina, 6.14, Amer, 6-foot-7
126, Justin Champagnie #11, Pittsburgh, 6.14, ACC, 6-foot-6
127, Jay Huff #30, Virginia, 6.13, ACC, 7-foot-1
128, Darius Days #0, LSU, 6.11, SEC, 6-foot-6
129, Omer Yurtseven #44, Georgetown, 6.11, BE, 7-foot-0
130, Tevin Brown #10, Murray St., 6.06, OVC, 6-foot-5
131, Sha'markus Kennedy #23, McNeese St., 6.04, Slnd, 6-foot-8
132, Marcus Zegarowski #11, Creighton, 6.04, BE, 6-foot-2
133, Jabari Rice #10, New Mexico St., 6.03, WAC, 6-foot-4
134, AJ Green #4, Northern Iowa, 6.03, MVC, 6-foot-4
135, Justinian Jessup #3, Boise St., 6.02, MWC, 6-foot-7
136, Javion Hamlet #3, North Texas, 6.02, CUSA, 6-foot-4
137, Ayo Dosunmu #11, Illinois, 6.02, B10, 6-foot-5
138, Olivier Sarr #30, Wake Forest, 5.96, ACC, 7-foot-0
139, Jon Teske #15, Michigan, 5.96, B10, 7-foot-1
140, Admon Gilder #1, Gonzaga, 5.9, WCC, 6-foot-4
141, Aamir Simms #25, Clemson, 5.89, ACC, 6-foot-8
142, Kamar Baldwin #3, Butler, 5.89, BE, 6-foot-1
143, Corey Kispert #24, Gonzaga, 5.88, WCC, 6-foot-7
144, Tre Scott #13, Cincinnati, 5.88, Amer, 6-foot-8
145, Bryson Williams #11, UTEP, 5.86, CUSA, 6-foot-8
146, Zavier Simpson #3, Michigan, 5.85, B10, 6-foot-0
147, Trent Forrest #3, Florida St., 5.83, ACC, 6-foot-4
148, Will Richardson #0, Oregon, 5.82, P12, 6-foot-5
149, David Azore #4, UT Arlington, 5.82, SB, 6-foot-4
150, Robert Woodard #12, Mississippi St., 5.81, SEC, 6-foot-7
151, Tyson Etienne #1, Wichita St., 5.8, Amer, 6-foot-1
152, Matt Coleman #2, Texas, 5.79, B12, 6-foot-2
153, Jon Axel Gudmundsson #3, Davidson, 5.79, A10, 6-foot-5
154, Isaiah Stevens #4, Colorado St., 5.78, MWC, 6-foot-0
155, Ethan Stair #22, Mercer, 5.77, SC, 6-foot-4
156, Malik Fitts #24, Saint Mary's, 5.74, WCC, 6-foot-8
157, Kofi Cockburn #21, Illinois, 5.72, B10, 7-foot-0
158, Kevin McKay #20, Central Michigan, 5.7, MAC, 6-foot-5
159, Brandon Rachal #0, Tulsa, 5.7, Amer, 6-foot-6
160, Tyson Jolly #0, SMU, 5.7, Amer, 6-foot-4
161, Ashton Hagans #0, Kentucky, 5.69, SEC, 6-foot-3
162, Romello White #23, Arizona St., 5.69, P12, 6-foot-8
163, Gerard Andrus #15, Prairie View A&M, 5.68, SWAC, 6-foot-5
164, Jalen Pickett #22, Siena, 5.68, MAAC, 6-foot-4
165, Jahaad Proctor #3, Purdue, 5.67, B10, 6-foot-3
166, Bryce Nze #10, Butler, 5.66, BE, 6-foot-7
167, Eli Scott #0, Loyola Marymount, 5.66, WCC, 6-foot-6
168, Harald Frey #5, Montana St., 5.66, BSky, 6-foot-2
169, Michael Hughes #21, Duquesne, 5.64, A10, 6-foot-8
170, Kira Lewis #2, Alabama, 5.64, SEC, 6-foot-3
171, Austin Phyfe #50, Northern Iowa, 5.63, MVC, 6-foot-9
172, Tanner Holden #2, Wright St., 5.62, Horz, 6-foot-6
173, Osasumwen Osaghae #34, FIU, 5.62, CUSA, 6-foot-9
174, Ochai Agbaji #30, Kansas, 5.59, B12, 6-foot-5
175, Devon Daniels #24, N.C. State, 5.59, ACC, 6-foot-5
176, Naji Marshall #13, Xavier, 5.59, BE, 6-foot-7
177, Jericho Sims #20, Texas, 5.59, B12, 6-foot-9
178, Erik Stevenson #10, Wichita St., 5.58, Amer, 6-foot-3
179, RJ Williams #23, Boise St., 5.57, MWC, 6-foot-7
180, Filip Petrusev #3, Gonzaga, 5.56, WCC, 6-foot-11
181, Cameron Oluyitan #23, Southern Utah, 5.54, BSky, 6-foot-7
182, Alex Barcello #4, BYU, 5.51, WCC, 6-foot-2
183, Isaac Okoro #23, Auburn, 5.51, SEC, 6-foot-6
184, Josh Nebo #32, Texas A&M, 5.5, SEC, 6-foot-9
185, AJ Brodeur #25, Penn, 5.5, Ivy, 6-foot-8
186, Josh Ajayi #33, South Alabama, 5.47, SB, 6-foot-6
187, Mike Watkins #24, Penn St., 5.46, B10, 6-foot-9
188, Akwasi Yeboah #1, Rutgers, 5.44, B10, 6-foot-6
189, Marcus Santos-Silva #14, VCU, 5.44, A10, 6-foot-7
190, Garrison Brooks #15, North Carolina, 5.42, ACC, 6-foot-9
191, Isaiah Tisdale #15, East Tennessee St., 5.42, SC, 6-foot-1
192, Jordan Bruner #23, Yale, 5.42, Ivy, 6-foot-9
193, Ishmael El-Amin #5, Ball St., 5.39, MAC, 6-foot-1
194, Ryan McMahon #30, Louisville, 5.38, ACC, 6-foot-0
195, CJ Fredrick #5, Iowa, 5.37, B10, 6-foot-3
196, Chris Vogt #33, Cincinnati, 5.36, Amer, 7-foot-1
197, Jared Savage #2, Western Kentucky, 5.36, CUSA, 6-foot-5
198, Keith Williams #2, Cincinnati, 5.36, Amer, 6-foot-5
199, Marek Dolezaj #21, Syracuse, 5.36, ACC, 6-foot-10
200, Mac McClung #2, Georgetown, 5.34, BE, 6-foot-2
201, Payten Ricks #5, Abilene Christian, 5.34, Slnd, 6-foot-2
202, Jaden Shackelford #5, Alabama, 5.33, SEC, 6-foot-3
203, Douglas Wilson #35, South Dakota St., 5.32, Sum, 6-foot-7
204, Jahmir Young #1, Charlotte, 5.32, CUSA, 6-foot-1
205, Aaron Nesmith #24, Vanderbilt, 5.32, SEC, 6-foot-6
206, Nate Kennell #25, Bradley, 5.31, MVC, 6-foot-6
207, Kyler Edwards #0, Texas Tech, 5.31, B12, 6-foot-4
208, Yanni Wetzell #5, San Diego St., 5.3, MWC, 6-foot-10
209, Kyle Young #25, Ohio St., 5.3, B10, 6-foot-8
210, Saben Lee #0, Vanderbilt, 5.28, SEC, 6-foot-2
211, Jordan Goodwin #0, Saint Louis, 5.26, A10, 6-foot-3
212, Jermaine Samuels #23, Villanova, 5.25, BE, 6-foot-7
213, Collin Welp #40, UC Irvine, 5.25, BW, 6-foot-9
214, D'Shawn Schwartz #5, Colorado, 5.25, P12, 6-foot-7
215, Dejan Vasiljevic #1, Miami FL, 5.24, ACC, 6-foot-3
216, Tyson Ward #24, North Dakota St., 5.24, Sum, 6-foot-6
217, Nate Pierre-Louis #15, Temple, 5.22, Amer, 6-foot-4
218, Brandon Childress #0, Wake Forest, 5.22, ACC, 6-foot-0
219, Devontae Shuler #2, Mississippi, 5.2, SEC, 6-foot-2
220, Vinnie Shahid #0, North Dakota St., 5.19, Sum, 5-foot-11
221, Terrell Gomez #3, Cal St. Northridge, 5.18, BW, 5-foot-8
222, Josip Vrankic #13, Santa Clara, 5.16, WCC, 6-foot-9
223, Scottie James #31, Liberty, 5.16, ASun, 6-foot-8
224, Tyson Carter #23, Mississippi St., 5.14, SEC, 6-foot-4
225, Tahjai Teague #25, Ball St., 5.14, MAC, 6-foot-8
226, Michael Flowers #12, Western Michigan, 5.13, MAC, 6-foot-1
227, James Butler #51, Drexel, 5.13, CAA, 6-foot-8
228, Ron Harper #24, Rutgers, 5.12, B10, 6-foot-6
229, TJ Haws #30, BYU, 5.12, WCC, 6-foot-4
230, Ivan Gandia-Rosa #10, North Florida, 5.12, ASun, 6-foot-1
231, Jason Wade #1, Old Dominion, 5.1, CUSA, 6-foot-5
232, Anthony Lamb #3, Vermont, 5.09, AE, 6-foot-6
233, Yves Pons #35, Tennessee, 5.08, SEC, 6-foot-6
234, Myles Johnson #15, Rutgers, 5.07, B10, 6-foot-11
235, Drew Timme #2, Gonzaga, 5.07, WCC, 6-foot-10
236, Will Rayman #10, Colgate, 5.06, Pat, 6-foot-9
237, Jordan Bowden #23, Tennessee, 5.05, SEC, 6-foot-5
238, Trevion Williams #50, Purdue, 5.03, B10, 6-foot-9
239, Rob Perry #2, Stetson, 5.03, ASun, 6-foot-3
240, Davide Moretti #25, Texas Tech, 5.03, B12, 6-foot-3
241, Elijah Olaniyi #3, Stony Brook, 5.02, AE, 6-foot-5
242, Quinton Rose #1, Temple, 5.01, Amer, 6-foot-8
243, Jonah Mathews #2, USC, 5, P12, 6-foot-3
244, Darius McGhee #2, Liberty, 5, ASun, 5-foot-9
245, Cassius Stanley #2, Duke, 5, ACC, 6-foot-6
246, Matthew Hurt #21, Duke, 4.99, ACC, 6-foot-9
247, Ryan Woolridge #4, Gonzaga, 4.99, WCC, 6-foot-3
248, Stef Smith #0, Vermont, 4.98, AE, 6-foot-2
249, Jordan Lyons #23, Furman, 4.98, SC, 5-foot-11
250, Andrew Kostecka #10, Loyola MD, 4.98, Pat, 6-foot-4
251, Javon Greene #23, George Mason, 4.98, A10, 6-foot-2
252, Khalil Shabazz #0, San Francisco, 4.98, WCC, 6-foot-1
253, AJ Lawson #0, South Carolina, 4.98, SEC, 6-foot-6
254, Jared Rhoden #14, Seton Hall, 4.97, BE, 6-foot-6
255, Trevelin Queen #21, New Mexico St., 4.97, WAC, 6-foot-6
256, Kevin Samuel #21, TCU, 4.96, B12, 6-foot-11
257, Miller Kopp #10, Northwestern, 4.95, B10, 6-foot-7
258, Nate Grimes #32, Fresno St., 4.94, MWC, 6-foot-8
259, Emmanuel Nzekwesi #23, Oral Roberts, 4.94, Sum, 6-foot-8
260, Everett Duncan #21, Vermont, 4.92, AE, 6-foot-6
261, Josh Green #0, Arizona, 4.91, P12, 6-foot-6
262, Christion Thompson #25, Tulane, 4.91, Amer, 6-foot-4
263, DJ Funderburk #0, N.C. State, 4.9, ACC, 6-foot-10
264, Nico Mannion #1, Arizona, 4.9, P12, 6-foot-3
265, KJ Buffen #5, Mississippi, 4.88, SEC, 6-foot-7
266, EJ Anosike #24, Sacred Heart, 4.88, NEC, 6-foot-6
267, D'Mitrik Trice #0, Wisconsin, 4.87, B10, 6-foot-0
268, Kim Aiken #24, Eastern Washington, 4.85, BSky, 6-foot-7
269, Ryan Daly #1, Saint Joseph's, 4.85, A10, 6-foot-5
270, Chris Clarke #44, Texas Tech, 4.85, B12, 6-foot-6
271, Tavin Lovan #3, UAB, 4.84, CUSA, 6-foot-4
272, Cam Davis #22, Navy, 4.84, Pat, 6-foot-0
273, Mason Faulkner #11, Western Carolina, 4.83, SC, 6-foot-1
274, Kevon Harris #1, Stephen F. Austin, 4.83, Slnd, 6-foot-6
275, Carson Williams #22, Western Kentucky, 4.82, CUSA, 6-foot-5
276, Nijal Pearson #22, Texas St., 4.81, SB, 6-foot-5
277, Brevin Pritzl #1, Wisconsin, 4.81, B10, 6-foot-3
278, Nate Darling #3, Delaware, 4.8, CAA, 6-foot-5
279, Quade Green #55, Washington, 4.8, P12, 6-foot-0
280, Jamaree Bouyea #1, San Francisco, 4.8, WCC, 6-foot-2
281, Davion Mitchell #45, Baylor, 4.8, B12, 6-foot-2
282, Xeyrius Williams #20, Akron, 4.8, MAC, 6-foot-9
283, Tyler Cheese #4, Akron, 4.79, MAC, 6-foot-5
284, Chris Smith #5, UCLA, 4.79, P12, 6-foot-9
285, Jose Alvarado #10, Georgia Tech, 4.78, ACC, 6-foot-0
286, Lindsey Drew #14, Nevada, 4.78, MWC, 6-foot-4
287, Jerrick Harding #10, Weber St., 4.78, BSky, 6-foot-1
288, DeVante' Jones #3, Coastal Carolina, 4.77, SB, 6-foot-1
289, Donnell Gresham #0, Georgia, 4.77, SEC, 6-foot-3
290, Buddy Boeheim #35, Syracuse, 4.77, ACC, 6-foot-6
291, Daeqwon Plowden #25, Bowling Green, 4.76, MAC, 6-foot-6
292, Braxton Key #2, Virginia, 4.76, ACC, 6-foot-8
293, Marlon Stewart #1, North Dakota, 4.75, Sum, 6-foot-3
294, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl #24, Villanova, 4.74, BE, 6-foot-9
295, Spencer Jones #14, Stanford, 4.73, P12, 6-foot-7
296, Jason Preston #0, Ohio, 4.73, MAC, 6-foot-4
297, Alex Lomax #2, Memphis, 4.72, Amer, 6-foot-0
298, Alex Hunter #10, Furman, 4.71, SC, 5-foot-11
299, Johnny McCants #35, New Mexico St., 4.71, WAC, 6-foot-7
300, LJ Figueroa #30, St. John's, 4.7, BE, 6-foot-6
301, Maik Kotsar #21, South Carolina, 4.69, SEC, 6-foot-11
302, Tyrese Maxey #3, Kentucky, 4.68, SEC, 6-foot-3
303, Feron Hunt #1, SMU, 4.68, Amer, 6-foot-8
304, Derek Culver #1, West Virginia, 4.67, B12, 6-foot-10
305, Matt Lewis #1, James Madison, 4.66, CAA, 6-foot-5
306, Eric Hunter #2, Purdue, 4.66, B10, 6-foot-4
307, Kyle Lofton #0, St. Bonaventure, 4.66, A10, 6-foot-3
308, Mark Vital #11, Baylor, 4.66, B12, 6-foot-5
309, Timmy Allen #1, Utah, 4.65, P12, 6-foot-6
310, Nate Reuvers #35, Wisconsin, 4.64, B10, 6-foot-11
311, Paul Scruggs #1, Xavier, 4.63, BE, 6-foot-4
312, CJ Bryce #13, N.C. State, 4.63, ACC, 6-foot-5
313, Austin Wiley #50, Auburn, 4.63, SEC, 6-foot-11
314, Alan Griffin #0, Illinois, 4.62, B10, 6-foot-5
315, Elijah Burns #1, Siena, 4.62, MAAC, 6-foot-8
316, Terrence Shannon #1, Texas Tech, 4.62, B12, 6-foot-6
317, Colbey Ross #4, Pepperdine, 4.61, WCC, 6-foot-1
318, Brendan Bailey #1, Marquette, 4.59, BE, 6-foot-8
319, Sayeed Pridgett #4, Montana, 4.58, BSky, 6-foot-5
320, Kessler Edwards #15, Pepperdine, 4.58, WCC, 6-foot-8
321, Mike McGuirl #0, Kansas St., 4.57, B12, 6-foot-2
322, Jalen Coleman-Lands #5, DePaul, 4.57, BE, 6-foot-4
323, Ibi Watson #2, Dayton, 4.57, A10, 6-foot-5
324, Radshad Davis #10, UT Arlington, 4.56, SB, 6-foot-2
325, Matt Dentlinger #32, South Dakota St., 4.56, Sum, 6-foot-8
326, Roman Penn #12, Drake, 4.56, MVC, 5-foot-11
327, Jemarl Baker #10, Arizona, 4.56, P12, 6-foot-4
328, Steffon Mitchell #41, Boston College, 4.56, ACC, 6-foot-8
329, Trent Frazier #1, Illinois, 4.54, B10, 6-foot-2
330, Jordan Barnes #2, Indiana St., 4.53, MVC, 5-foot-10
331, Mason Harrell #12, Texas St., 4.53, SB, 5-foot-9
332, Justin Smith #3, Indiana, 4.53, B10, 6-foot-7
333, Tate Hall #24, Loyola Chicago, 4.52, MVC, 6-foot-6
334, Dantez Walton #32, Northern Kentucky, 4.51, Horz, 6-foot-6
335, Mubarak Muhammed #23, Louisiana Tech, 4.51, CUSA, 6-foot-7
336, Kendal Manuel #2, Montana, 4.51, BSky, 6-foot-4
337, Haanif Cheatham #22, Nebraska, 4.51, B10, 6-foot-5
338, Isaiah Crawley #53, Georgia Southern, 4.51, SB, 6-foot-7
339, Bo Hodges #3, East Tennessee St., 4.5, SC, 6-foot-5
340, Osun Osunniyi #21, St. Bonaventure, 4.5, A10, 6-foot-10
341, Thorir Thorbjarnarson #34, Nebraska, 4.49, B10, 6-foot-6
342, Killian Tillie #33, Gonzaga, 4.48, WCC, 6-foot-10
343, Matt Haarms #32, Purdue, 4.48, B10, 7-foot-3
344, Jordan Goldwire #14, Duke, 4.48, ACC, 6-foot-2
345, JaQuori McLaughlin #3, UC Santa Barbara, 4.48, BW, 6-foot-4
346, Ryan Mikesell #33, Dayton, 4.48, A10, 6-foot-7
347, TJ Holyfield #22, Texas Tech, 4.47, B12, 6-foot-8
348, Dominick Welch #1, St. Bonaventure, 4.47, A10, 6-foot-5
349, Cole Gentry #31, Wright St., 4.47, Horz, 5-foot-10
350, Evan Battey #21, Colorado, 4.46, P12, 6-foot-8
351, Isaac Johnson #0, Appalachian St., 4.45, SB, 6-foot-9
352, Markquis Nowell #1, Little Rock, 4.45, SB, 5-foot-7
353, Tyler Sharpe #15, Northern Kentucky, 4.44, Horz, 6-foot-0
354, Kane Williams #12, Georgia St., 4.44, SB, 6-foot-3
355, Ethan Thompson #5, Oregon St., 4.42, P12, 6-foot-5
356, Eddie Stansberry #3, Hawaii, 4.4, BW, 6-foot-3
357, Cam Mack #3, Nebraska, 4.4, B10, 6-foot-2
358, Andre Wesson #24, Ohio St., 4.4, B10, 6-foot-6
359, Djordje Dimitrijevic #5, Mercer, 4.4, SC, 6-foot-2
360, Carl Pierre #12, Massachusetts, 4.39, A10, 6-foot-4
361, Ryan Young #15, Northwestern, 4.39, B10, 6-foot-10
362, Kyle Mallers #14, Ball St., 4.38, MAC, 6-foot-7
363, Charlie Moore #11, DePaul, 4.38, BE, 5-foot-11
364, Dazon Ingram #12, UCF, 4.38, Amer, 6-foot-6
365, James Banks #1, Georgia Tech, 4.38, ACC, 6-foot-10
366, Austin Reaves #12, Oklahoma, 4.37, B12, 6-foot-5
367, Trey McGowens #2, Pittsburgh, 4.37, ACC, 6-foot-4
368, Taevion Kinsey #1, Marshall, 4.37, CUSA, 6-foot-5
369, Javonte Smart #1, LSU, 4.37, SEC, 6-foot-4
370, Nahziah Carter #11, Washington, 4.36, P12, 6-foot-6
371, Brevin Galloway #2, Charleston, 4.35, CAA, 6-foot-2
372, Tanner Krebs #0, Saint Mary's, 4.34, WCC, 6-foot-6
373, David DiLeo #14, Central Michigan, 4.33, MAC, 6-foot-8
374, Lindy Waters #21, Oklahoma St., 4.33, B12, 6-foot-6
375, Jarron Cumberland #34, Cincinnati, 4.33, Amer, 6-foot-5
376, KJ Williams #23, Murray St., 4.32, OVC, 6-foot-10
377, James Dickey #21, UNC Greensboro, 4.32, SC, 6-foot-10
378, Romaro Gill #35, Seton Hall, 4.32, BE, 7-foot-2
379, Orlando Robinson #10, Fresno St., 4.32, MWC, 6-foot-10
380, Nick Sherod #5, Richmond, 4.31, A10, 6-foot-4
381, Sasha Stefanovic #55, Purdue, 4.31, B10, 6-foot-4
382, Matt Ryan #32, Chattanooga, 4.3, SC, 6-foot-7
383, Isaac Likekele #13, Oklahoma St., 4.3, B12, 6-foot-4
384, Alessandro Lever #25, Grand Canyon, 4.3, WAC, 6-foot-10
385, Adam Thistlewood #31, Colorado St., 4.3, MWC, 6-foot-6
386, Eli Brooks #55, Michigan, 4.29, B10, 6-foot-1
387, Quentin Grimes #24, Houston, 4.29, Amer, 6-foot-5
388, DJ Carton #3, Ohio St., 4.29, B10, 6-foot-2
389, Matt Halvorsen #2, Western Carolina, 4.29, SC, 6-foot-1
390, Josh Parrish #1, Rice, 4.29, CUSA, 6-foot-4
391, Cartier Diarra #2, Kansas St., 4.29, B12, 6-foot-4
392, Jair Bolden #52, South Carolina, 4.27, SEC, 6-foot-3
393, Juwan Durham #11, Notre Dame, 4.26, ACC, 6-foot-11
394, Bill Wampler #1, Wright St., 4.25, Horz, 6-foot-6
395, Darin Green #22, UCF, 4.25, Amer, 6-foot-4
396, Nick Rakocevic #31, USC, 4.24, P12, 6-foot-11
397, Luke Knapke #30, Toledo, 4.24, MAC, 6-foot-11
398, Kylor Kelley #24, Oregon St., 4.23, P12, 7-foot-0
399, Alani Moore #0, Temple, 4.23, Amer, 5-foot-10
400, Brad Davison #34, Wisconsin, 4.22, B10, 6-foot-4

Sunday, February 2, 2020

All-Time Elite 8 Set - Sweet 16 Results

The following are the Sweet 16 Teams to survive the All-Time Value Add Basketball Game tournament of 96 All-Time Great Teams. Below we break down the four teams to survive from each Region with their next match-up as well as the path of the first three rounds with their results, and their leading scorer, rebounder, steals leader and blocked shot leader in each of their games to date.

Winners in bold Advance to Elite 8 (details below):

  1. Indiana (1976) -beat Oklahoma (1985) 76-63 vs. Michigan St (2009) - beat Michigan St. (1979) 74- 63.
  2. UNC (1982)-beat Auburn (2019) 69-62; vs, Houston (1968)-beat Memphis (2008) 66
  3. UVa (2019)-beat NC State (1974) 71-67 vs. Villanova (2018)-beat Duke (2010) 83-76
  4. UCLA (1972) - beat Cincinnati (1960) 73-64 vs. Texas Western (UTEP 1966)- beat UNLV (1991) 71-70


You can also click on the index for the results and leaders for all 96 teams in the tournament, and the link to the free Value Add Basketball Game including all player cards. Click for notes on the 1st round games in the West Region, East Region, South Region, Midwest Region  , 2nd round games, and 3rd round games.  Each school limited to one team per century, but other top contenders listed here with the top contenders for best teams of all-time not included in the game: Arizona 2001, Duke 2001, Indiana 1992, Kansas 1992, Kansas 2003, Kentucky 2015, Michigan State 2000, North Carolina 2003, UCLA 1967 (and most of UCLA 1964 to 1975).

 West Region - Best 4 of All-Time75-

#1 UCLA 1972 vs. #4 Cincinnati 1960. UCLA 1972, the overall No. 1 seed, struggled until late against Oregon 2017 but eventually Bill Walton helped them pull away in the last four minutes for a 67-59 win. Walton led the Bruins in Points (20), Rebounds (13), Steals (4) and Blocked Shots (2). They had a little easier time with Arizona, which featured a match-up of Bibby against his son, who played for Arizona, in a 78-63 win. In the Sweet 16 they will face Cincinnati and the Big O, Oscar Robertson from 1960 Cincinnati. In a tight win over Gonzaga (75-74) and then somewhat easier win over Missouri 1982 (68-58) the Big O must be considered one of the best players in history with 27.0 points per game, 12.0 Rebounds per game and 4.5 Steals per game.
Result: The Big O, Oscar Robertson, dominated early to give Cincinnati a 32-24 lead, but UCLA took over once Bill Walton and Henry Bibby (father of Arizona and NBA great Mike Bibby) entered with 2:30 to play in the half. Walton (18 points, 17 rebounds, 3 blocks and 2 steals) and Bibby (13 rebounds, 7 rebounds, 3 steals) built a 53-43 lead with 10:19 to play and were never threatened again in the 73-64 win.



#2 UNLV 1991 vs. #6 Texas Western 1966. Larry Johnson seems absolutely dominant under the boards and Stacey Augmon scoring. In real basketball winning 45 straight including drubbing Duke by 30 in the 1990 national title before Coach K pulled off a stunner 77-79 upset in the 1991 semifinal to stop a repeat. However, both UCLA 2006 and Arizona pushed the Rebels to the limit in 83-80 and 75-71 wins in our tournament. They face the historic Texas Western team which put the first all-black starting line-up against Adolph Rupp's all-white Kentucky team to win a historic game that ultimately integrated all basketball sooner than it might have otherwise happened. In the game Texas Western, which later became UTEP showed they would win with defense as Artis had a game high 10 points and 3 steals in a 54-53 slugfest against Al McGuire's 1977 Marquette then turned it up with an 82-76 shootout behind 19 points from Lattin and 5 Steals from Hill to upset Louisville 2013. Result: Texas Western overcame Larry Johnson's dominant 27 points to upset UNLV 71-70. Orsten Artis scored 15 and Dave Lattin 14 as the first all-Black starting line-up to win the NCAA title (over Adolph Rupp's all-White 1966 Kentucky) pulled another upset to advance to the Elite 8.






DICE WEREN'T WITH THEM. Favored Team that did not make Sweet 16: Louisville 2013

Below is each team's leader in points, rebounds, steals and blocks in each of the wins so far.


East Region - Best 4 of All-Time

#4 Villanova 2018 vs. #10 Duke 2010. In retrospect, we probably should have chosen Duke's 2001 squad to represent them in the 21st Century (each school could only have one team from each century). However, in the game Scheyer, Singler and Smith never rest and almost never turn the ball over, and that won out in winning a rematch of 2010 Butler in the first round, then pulling out tight wins against UConn 2010 and then Wake Forest 1996, which had upset 1-seed Kentucky 1996 in the only other rematch of an actual game to date. In 1985 fans taunted Memphis with signs saying "who invited Memphis to the Big East tournament" since the rest of the Final Four was from the Big East. ACC fans might do the same if this was the actual East Regional with a "Who Invited Villanova to the ACC Region?" DiVincenzo in the game plays like the one who destroyed Michigan in the real national championship in 2018, and Spellman dominated the boards and blocked shots in wins over two Big East foes - West Virginia and Syracuse. Brunson scored 26 in the West Virginia game.

Result: Villanova's Mikal Bridges and Jalen Brunson broke a 49-49 tie by combining for an 18-10 runto make it 67-62, and Nova held on for a 83-76 win.



#2 NC State 1974 vs. #3 UVa 2019. The other recent champion also survived to the Sweet 16, with UVa pulling out hard fought wins against Georgia Tech then Patrick Ewing and Georgetown. They have the most interesting rotation in the game because even the starters change positions throughout the game as their defense stymies opponents and balanced scoring being led by Guy (16 then 13 points) and Diakite grabbing enough rebounds for the wins. We expected David Thompson and NC State 1974 - the team that in real life dominated UCLA to end their title run before beating Marquette in the final - to dominate, but instead Thompson had to pull out free throws at the end to beat both Seton Hall (81-80) and UNC 2005 (68-67). With no margin to spare, UVa could present a challenge.
Result: UVA 2019 beat NC State 1974 to advance to my all-time Elite 8. De'Andre Hunter outscored the great David Thompson 31-16, though Thompson grabbed 10 rebounds before fouling out. Final 71-67.






DICE WEREN'T WITH THEM. Favored Team that did not make Sweet 16: Kentucky 1996

Below is each team's leader in points, rebounds, steals and blocks in each of the wins so far.



Midwest Region - Best 4 of All-Time

#1 Indiana 1976 vs. #13 Oklahoma 1985. Based on the games played so far in this tournament, this game pits the best team against the best player in the Region with two of the six surprise Sweet 16 teams. Waymon Tisdale led Oklahoma 2005 to three wins, two by upset, as Tisdale averaged an incredible 27.3 points and 13.3 rebounds over three games. However, the second highest ranked No. 1 seed Indiana - the last undefeated team in college basketball way back in 1976, averaged winning 72 to 53 as Benson dominated with 12 rebounds and 4 steals against a great 2018 Purdue team and the defense help Indiana 2002 to 49 points - the lowest scoring of any team in the tournament so far. Result: Wayman Tisdale continued the magic with 27 points and 12 rebounds and even fouled Scott May out of the game. However, on the day Bobby Knight took the court at Indiana in real life for the first time in 20 years, his 1976 team dominated again to be the first Elite 8 team. Indiana 76, Oklahoma 63.



#2 Michigan St. 1979 vs. #14 Michigan St. 2009. In only the second match-up of two teams from the same schools, the Michigan State team from Draymond Green's freshman year of 2009 pulled off upsets to get to a Sweet 16 game against Magic Johnson's 1979 Michigan State that defeated Larry Bird in perhaps the biggest marketing title ever. Result: Michigan St. (2009) scored the first upset of the Sweet 16 as Draymond Green and his teammates dominated the offensive glass to score the first 20 points of the game for a 40-20 lead and Magic Johnson could only chip away at the margin. In the real 2009 season Michigan State seemed able to beat everyone - even No.1 Louisville in the Elite 8 and then No.5 UConn in the semi. However their kryptonite was UNC, who beat them badly in both the regular season and the title game. Kalin Lucas scored 23. MSU (2009) 74, MSU (1979) 63.



DICE WEREN'T WITH THEM. Favored Team that did not make Sweet 16: Ohio State 1960 and Purdue 1969.

Below is each team's leader in points, rebounds, steals and blocks in each of the wins so far.



South Region - Best 4 of All-Time

#4 Houston 1968 vs. #9 Memphis 2008. Houston's Elvin Hayes dominated both last year's great Texas Tech team and Wilt Chamberlain's Kansas team by averaging 29 points and 12 rebounds in the two games. In the real "Game of the Century" Hayes was responsible for handing Lew Alcindor and UCLA in a game that ultimately is the reason we opted for Bill Walton's undefeated 1972 UCLA team over Alcindor's team. They will face Derek Rose's great Memphis team that in the game upset the Kansas team that in the real 2008 championship they had beaten until foul shots failed them in the closing minute. That Memphis team had the all-time record 38 wins in a season though the NCAA later vacated all the wins for recruiting violations. If they had held onto the title game, their 39-1 mark would have them acknowledged in discussions as potentially the best ever. Result: Elvin Hayes (27 pts, 12 Reb, 5 blks) teamed up with Ken Spain and Don Chaney to dominate the boards 40-29 for a 75-66 win. Derrick Rose led Memphis with 17 points.



#2 North Carolina 1982 vs. #11 Auburn 2019. Michael Jordan and UNC had to fight through a win vs. Georgetown in the real 1982 title game in which the Hoyas had a chance for the game-winning shot win they famously threw the ball to James Worthy to end their chance. In the game they came within one possession of being upset by LSU when Jordan had to hit two free throws at the end of the game for the 72-70 win. They did handle Anthony Davis and 2012 Kentucky 75-66 in best match-up of superstars so far in the tournament besides perhaps Hayes vs. Chamberlain. While Auburn 2019 did not win the title, their team at full-strength (after Wiley and Purifoy were back and before Okeke's injury ) could contend with anyone in history. Consider that in the SEC title game and the NCAA tournament they faced five of the APs top seven teams in the country - beating Tennessee, Kansas, UNC and Kentucky by an average score of 87-73. The fifth game against an AP Top 7 team was the semifinal against Virginia they played after their best player - Chuma Okeke - went down with a gruesome injury and yet lost by one point after a missed call of a double dribble in the closing seconds. www.valueaddbasketball.com calculates that even with their strong bench Okeke improved Auburn by six points a game meaning a five point win over Virginia would have been projected if Okeke played. In other words, if Okeke were not hurt in the Elite 8, Auburn likely would have been the only team in history to beat five of the top seven teams in the country on neutral courts in a 3 week span. In the game, they were the only team to win consecutive games while giving up at least 78 points in each game, as they had just enough 3-pointers and steals to outlast the great 1994 40 minutes of hell Arkansas 1994 and repeat national champs Florida 2006 by 79-78 and 87-81 wins. Result: on a day that many of the same players still on the 2020 team won a third straight miracle comeback, the 2019 team led 56-53 with 6:41 (11 possessions left). However the next 5 UNC possessions included a steal and fast break score by James Worthy (55-56), steal and fast break by Michael Jordan (57-56), jumper by Jordan (59-56), steal and fast break by Worthy (61-58), a trip without a score, and then after a blocked shot by Worthy Jordan was fouled and hit both free throws (66-62 with 3:07, 5 possessions to play. UNC wrapped it up 69-62 after 2 more Jordan steals.



DICE WEREN'T WITH THEM. Favored Team that did not make Sweet 16: Kansas 2008, Florida 2006.

Below is each team's leader in points, rebounds, steals and blocks in each of the wins so far.




Thursday, January 30, 2020

National Email: VAB All-Conference 2020 Teams and All-Time Greats

The release of the Value Add Basketball Rankings and All-Conference Teams for all 32 conferences happens to follow back-to-back stunning double overtime victories by my home town Auburn (down 19 on the road) and alma mater Marquette (down seven when the nation's leading score Markus Howard - 28.3 points per game - was elbowed in the face and left the game for the final 22 minutes of action).

Click here for all 4000+ plus players listed in order of how many points each is worth above a replacement player (or if you don't use google sheet, click on this simple list of the top 1000 players), or you can click here for the 1st through 3rd All-Conference team (top 15 players) from any of the 32 conferences by clicking here or on the two lists of players below. While the SEC and ACC are down this year (according to www.kenpom.com the SEC's top team is only 19th best in the country and the ACC's 4th best team is only 50th in the country), we will preview the two All-Conference teams from the conferences on top in 2020.

The curse of Bobby Knight rivals the curse of Babe Ruth, as the Big Ten had not won a title since the year Knight was fired from Indiana in 2000 - after winning more than any other conference (6) during his final 25 years at the helm of the Hoosiers. However, the Big Ten is the undisputed top conference so far this year with a projected 10 NCAA bids (4 more than any other conference) at this stage. According to the Value Add Basketball calculations (the system featured by ESPNSports IllustratedFox Sports and others), the Big Ten has not only the best conference but the best player leading their All-Conference Team in Iowa's Luka Garza (see Nat'l Rating 3rd column from right).


In my interview with AP Coach of the Decade Jay Wright last year in Madison Square Garden he was kind enough to laud my question about the possibility that Villanova was not as prepared for that tournament because the Big East was having its worst year in several years due to being young. This year the Big East is the second best conference - virtually tied with the Big 12 in the ratings at www.kenpom.com for second but having defeated the Big 12 in nine of 10 games in the Big 12 SEC title game. While my praise of Seton Hall's Myles Powell (see my j) and own season tickets to returning USA Today 1st team All-American Markus Howard from my alma mater. However, the depth of the Big East may best be shown by the fact that so far their most valuable player has been Paul Reed of a DePaul team that has only one win in conference but went into Iowa and Minnesota to pull off upset wins with Reed dominated the Big Ten foes.


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Most Valuable College Basketball Players Ranked from 1st to 1000th Most Valuable


1, Luka Garza #55, Iowa, 11.78
2, Onyeka Okongwu #21, USC, 11.35
3, Jalen Smith #25, Maryland, 11.35
4, Isaiah Stewart #33, Washington, 11.05
5, Malachi Flynn #22, San Diego St., 10.65
6, Paul Reed #4, DePaul, 10.4
7, Payton Pritchard #3, Oregon, 10.4
8, Devon Dotson #1, Kansas, 10.32
9, Daniel Oturu #25, Minnesota, 10.26
10, Obi Toppin #1, Dayton, 10.22
11, Fatts Russell #1, Rhode Island, 10.03
12, Loren Cristian Jackson #1, Akron, 9.82
13, Reggie Perry #1, Mississippi St., 9.67
14, Brady Manek #35, Oklahoma, 9.49
15, Tyrese Haliburton #22, Iowa St., 9.49
16, Paul Atkinson #20, Yale, 9.49
17, Trayce Jackson-Davis #4, Indiana, 9.49
18, Freddie Gillespie #33, Baylor, 9.36
19, Markus Howard #0, Marquette, 9.33
20, Desmond Bane #1, TCU, 9.23
21, Udoka Azubuike #35, Kansas, 9.22
22, Jacob Gilyard #0, Richmond, 8.98
23, Justin Bean #34, Utah St., 8.91
24, Xavier Tillman #23, Michigan St., 8.81
25, Cameron Krutwig #25, Loyola Chicago, 8.79
26, Zeke Nnaji #22, Arizona, 8.67
27, Terry Taylor #21, Austin Peay, 8.65
28, Nick Richards #4, Kentucky, 8.63
29, Kerry Blackshear #24, Florida, 8.49
30, Vernon Carey #1, Duke, 8.47
31, Carlik Jones #1, Radford, 8.46
32, Oscar da Silva #13, Stanford, 8.45
33, Jordan Nwora #33, Louisville, 8.42
34, John Fulkerson #10, Tennessee, 8.41
35, Nathan Knight #13, William & Mary, 8.33
36, Tyler Bey #1, Colorado, 8.29
37, Mason Jones #15, Arkansas, 8.26
38, Dwayne Sutton #24, Louisville, 8.23
39, Oscar Tshiebwe #34, West Virginia, 8.22
40, Devin Vassell #24, Florida St., 8.13
41, Aamir Simms #25, Clemson, 8.12
42, Tres Tinkle #3, Oregon St., 8.12
43, Quincy McKnight #0, Seton Hall, 8.02
44, Jon Teske #15, Michigan, 7.87
45, MaCio Teague #31, Baylor, 7.84
46, Sam Merrill #5, Utah St., 7.8
47, Myles Powell #13, Seton Hall, 7.79
48, Jordan Roland #12, Northeastern, 7.78
49, Marcus Santos-Silva #14, VCU, 7.77
50, Anthony Cowan #1, Maryland, 7.72
51, Saddiq Bey #41, Villanova, 7.69
52, Tyrique Jones #4, Xavier, 7.69
53, Skylar Mays #4, LSU, 7.69
54, Josh Nebo #32, Texas A&M, 7.62
55, Jordan Ford #3, Saint Mary's, 7.62
56, Jayden Gardner #1, East Carolina, 7.55
57, John Petty #23, Alabama, 7.5
58, Jared Butler #12, Baylor, 7.5
59, Marcus Carr #5, Minnesota, 7.49
60, Grant Riller #1, Charleston, 7.47
61, Sean McDermott #22, Butler, 7.47
62, Olivier Sarr #30, Wake Forest, 7.47
63, Clay Mounce #45, Furman, 7.45
64, Jahlil Tripp #0, Pacific, 7.44
65, Jake Toolson #5, BYU, 7.43
66, Mitch Ballock #24, Creighton, 7.4
67, Dru Smith #12, Missouri, 7.37
68, Trey Landers #3, Dayton, 7.36
69, Kofi Cockburn #21, Illinois, 7.34
70, Collin Gillespie #2, Villanova, 7.33
71, Remy Martin #1, Arizona St., 7.31
72, Marcus Weathers #5, Duquesne, 7.28
73, Kevin Samuel #21, TCU, 7.26
74, John Mooney #33, Notre Dame, 7.23
75, Omer Yurtseven #44, Georgetown, 7.22
76, AJ Brodeur #25, Penn, 7.2
77, Elijah Hughes #33, Syracuse, 7.2
78, David Azore #4, UT Arlington, 7.17
79, Tyler Hagedorn #25, South Dakota, 7.13
80, Chris Duarte #5, Oregon, 7.13
81, Jay Huff #30, Virginia, 7.09
82, Joe Wieskamp #10, Iowa, 7.08
83, Jordan Bruner #23, Yale, 7.07
84, Isiaha Mike #15, SMU, 7.06
85, Myles Johnson #15, Rutgers, 7.05
86, Ty-Shon Alexander #5, Creighton, 7.04
87, Jimmy Whitt #33, Arkansas, 6.99
88, Max Mahoney #51, Boston University, 6.96
89, Xavier Sneed #20, Kansas St., 6.96
90, Sha'markus Kennedy #23, McNeese St., 6.95
91, Ashton Hagans #0, Kentucky, 6.93
92, Bryson Williams #11, UTEP, 6.93
93, Kaleb Wesson #34, Ohio St., 6.92
94, Jonah Radebaugh #12, Northern Colorado, 6.91
95, Chris Vogt #33, Cincinnati, 6.89
96, Josh Ajayi #33, South Alabama, 6.87
97, Tre Jones #3, Duke, 6.86
98, Emmitt Williams #5, LSU, 6.82
99, Nate Hinton #11, Houston, 6.79
100, Garrison Brooks #15, North Carolina, 6.79
101, Tyrell Terry #3, Stanford, 6.78
102, Grayson Murphy #2, Belmont, 6.78
103, Cassius Winston #5, Michigan St., 6.74
104, Emmanuel Nzekwesi #23, Oral Roberts, 6.68
105, Brandon Rachal #0, Tulsa, 6.67
106, Michael Hughes #21, Duquesne, 6.66
107, DJ Funderburk #0, N.C. State, 6.63
108, RJ Williams #23, Boise St., 6.62
109, Romello White #23, Arizona St., 6.61
110, Marcus Domask #1, Southern Illinois, 6.61
111, Jalen Crutcher #10, Dayton, 6.58
112, Miles McBride #4, West Virginia, 6.57
113, Joel Ayayi #11, Gonzaga, 6.57
114, Mamadi Diakite #25, Virginia, 6.49
115, Austin Phyfe #50, Northern Iowa, 6.45
116, Mike Watkins #24, Penn St., 6.45
117, Christian Vital #1, Connecticut, 6.44
118, Marcus Garrett #0, Kansas, 6.44
119, Osasumwen Osaghae #34, FIU, 6.43
120, Keyontae Johnson #11, Florida, 6.42
121, Tyrece Radford #23, Virginia Tech, 6.42
122, Tahjai Teague #25, Ball St., 6.4
123, Darius Days #0, LSU, 6.38
124, Marreon Jackson #3, Toledo, 6.38
125, Trae Berhow #11, Northern Iowa, 6.37
126, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl #24, Villanova, 6.34
127, Marek Dolezaj #21, Syracuse, 6.33
128, Aaron Nesmith #24, Vanderbilt, 6.33
129, Malik Fitts #24, Saint Mary's, 6.31
130, Yanni Wetzell #5, San Diego St., 6.31
131, CJ Elleby #2, Washington St., 6.28
132, Bryce Nze #10, Butler, 6.24
133, Marcus Zegarowski #11, Creighton, 6.24
134, Ron Harper #24, Rutgers, 6.23
135, Myreon Jones #0, Penn St., 6.21
136, Jalen Harris #2, Nevada, 6.2
137, Carson Williams #22, Western Kentucky, 6.19
138, Erik Stevenson #10, Wichita St., 6.16
139, Desure Buie #4, Hofstra, 6.1
140, David Duke #3, Providence, 6.05
141, DeAndre Williams #13, Evansville, 6.04
142, Ruot Monyyong #44, Little Rock, 6.04
143, Ayo Dosunmu #11, Illinois, 6.03
144, Kevin McKay #20, Central Michigan, 5.99
145, James Butler #51, Drexel, 5.98
146, McKinley Wright #25, Colorado, 5.97
147, Trevelin Queen #21, New Mexico St., 5.93
148, Austin Wiley #50, Auburn, 5.92
149, Jhivvan Jackson #2, UTSA, 5.92
150, Precious Achiuwa #55, Memphis, 5.91
151, Lamar Stevens #11, Penn St., 5.9
152, Yves Pons #35, Tennessee, 5.89
153, Jericho Sims #20, Texas, 5.89
154, Javion Hamlet #3, North Texas, 5.89
155, De'Riante Jenkins #0, VCU, 5.87
156, Kendric Davis #3, SMU, 5.87
157, Ryan Young #15, Northwestern, 5.86
158, Zavier Simpson #3, Michigan, 5.83
159, Xeyrius Williams #20, Akron, 5.83
160, Jermaine Haley #10, West Virginia, 5.83
161, Romaro Gill #35, Seton Hall, 5.82
162, Tyreke Key #11, Indiana St., 5.82
163, Tevin Brown #10, Murray St., 5.81
164, Jon Axel Gudmundsson #3, Davidson, 5.81
165, David Bell #3, Jacksonville, 5.8
166, Mubarak Muhammed #23, Louisiana Tech, 5.8
167, Tyson Ward #24, North Dakota St., 5.79
168, Nate Kennell #25, Bradley, 5.79
169, Immanuel Quickley #5, Kentucky, 5.77
170, Matt Haarms #32, Purdue, 5.76
171, Dejan Vasiljevic #1, Miami FL, 5.75
172, Matt Coleman #2, Texas, 5.75
173, Trevion Williams #50, Purdue, 5.74
174, Jamaree Bouyea #1, San Francisco, 5.72
175, Kristian Doolittle #21, Oklahoma, 5.71
176, Darien Jackson #11, Tulsa, 5.7
177, Collin Welp #40, UC Irvine, 5.68
178, Kamar Baldwin #3, Butler, 5.66
179, Matthew Hurt #21, Duke, 5.66
180, Cam Davis #22, Navy, 5.64
181, Matt Bradley #20, California, 5.63
182, Filip Petrusev #3, Gonzaga, 5.62
183, Robert Woodard #12, Mississippi St., 5.62
184, Javon Freeman-Liberty #0, Valparaiso, 5.61
185, Isaiah Joe #1, Arkansas, 5.57
186, Josip Vrankic #13, Santa Clara, 5.57
187, Scottie James #31, Liberty, 5.57
188, Nate Reuvers #35, Wisconsin, 5.56
189, Ishmael El-Amin #5, Ball St., 5.56
190, JaQuori McLaughlin #3, UC Santa Barbara, 5.56
191, Kim Aiken #24, Eastern Washington, 5.56
192, Michael Devoe #0, Georgia Tech, 5.55
193, Justin Champagnie #11, Pittsburgh, 5.54
194, Quade Green #55, Washington, 5.52
195, Ochai Agbaji #30, Kansas, 5.52
196, Corey Kispert #24, Gonzaga, 5.51
197, Derek Culver #1, West Virginia, 5.49
198, Jordan Goodwin #0, Saint Louis, 5.49
199, Will Rayman #10, Colgate, 5.46
200, James Banks #1, Georgia Tech, 5.46
201, Ryan Swan #34, Air Force, 5.45
202, Jason Wade #1, Old Dominion, 5.44
203, Jalen Pickett #22, Siena, 5.43
204, Luke Knapke #30, Toledo, 5.42
205, Kessler Edwards #15, Pepperdine, 5.42
206, Jermaine Samuels #23, Villanova, 5.41
207, Alessandro Lever #25, Grand Canyon, 5.41
208, Spencer Jones #14, Stanford, 5.4
209, Eli Scott #0, Loyola Marymount, 5.4
210, Daeqwon Plowden #25, Bowling Green, 5.4
211, Kira Lewis #2, Alabama, 5.38
212, Tyson Carter #23, Mississippi St., 5.38
213, Mason Faulkner #11, Western Carolina, 5.37
214, James Dickey #21, UNC Greensboro, 5.37
215, Matt Dentlinger #32, South Dakota St., 5.33
216, Tate Hall #24, Loyola Chicago, 5.33
217, Jubrile Belo #13, Montana St., 5.33
218, Ryan Mikesell #33, Dayton, 5.32
219, Roman Penn #12, Drake, 5.3
220, Isaac Okoro #23, Auburn, 5.3
221, Kyle Young #25, Ohio St., 5.29
222, Nico Mannion #1, Arizona, 5.29
223, AJ Green #4, Northern Iowa, 5.29
224, Evan Battey #21, Colorado, 5.27
225, Tanner Holden #2, Wright St., 5.27
226, Douglas Wilson #35, South Dakota St., 5.25
227, Eddie Stansberry #3, Hawaii, 5.25
228, Mac McClung #2, Georgetown, 5.23
229, Nick Rakocevic #31, USC, 5.21
230, Tyson Jolly #0, SMU, 5.2
231, Chris Lewis #0, Harvard, 5.19
232, Cam Mack #3, Nebraska, 5.18
233, Ivan Gandia-Rosa #10, North Florida, 5.18
234, Jahmir Young #1, Charlotte, 5.17
235, LJ Figueroa #30, St. John's, 5.16
236, Ethan Stair #22, Mercer, 5.14
237, George Dixon #35, Eastern Illinois, 5.13
238, Gerard Andrus #15, Prairie View A&M, 5.13
239, Breein Tyree #4, Mississippi, 5.13
240, Orlando Robinson #10, Fresno St., 5.12
241, Jabari Rice #10, New Mexico St., 5.1
242, Jeff Dowtin #11, Rhode Island, 5.1
243, Matt Mitchell #11, San Diego St., 5.1
244, Kevin Marfo #45, Quinnipiac, 5.09
245, Nate Grimes #32, Fresno St., 5.09
246, Isaiah Stevens #4, Colorado St., 5.09
247, Jared Savage #2, Western Kentucky, 5.09
248, Nijal Pearson #22, Texas St., 5.08
249, Lucas Siewert #23, Colorado, 5.07
250, KJ Buffen #5, Mississippi, 5.06
251, Brandon Childress #0, Wake Forest, 5.05
252, Isaiah Blackmon #11, St. Francis PA, 5.04
253, Rayshaun Hammonds #20, Georgia, 5.04
254, Payten Ricks #5, Abilene Christian, 5.02
255, EJ Anosike #24, Sacred Heart, 5.01
256, Jordan Schakel #20, San Diego St., 5.01
257, Chris Clarke #44, Texas Tech, 4.99
258, DJ Jeffries #0, Memphis, 4.98
259, Anthony Edwards #5, Georgia, 4.97
260, Kevon Harris #1, Stephen F. Austin, 4.97
261, Steven Enoch #23, Louisville, 4.97
262, Killian Tillie #33, Gonzaga, 4.97
263, Alan Griffin #0, Illinois, 4.97
264, TJ Gibbs #10, Notre Dame, 4.97
265, Trent Frazier #1, Illinois, 4.96
266, Mark Smith #13, Missouri, 4.95
267, Ben Stanley #14, Hampton, 4.94
268, Andres Feliz #10, Illinois, 4.93
269, Joshua Patton #30, Sacramento St., 4.93
270, Ibi Watson #2, Dayton, 4.89
271, Cassius Stanley #2, Duke, 4.89
272, Feron Hunt #1, SMU, 4.88
273, Lindsey Drew #14, Nevada, 4.87
274, Kyler Edwards #0, Texas Tech, 4.87
275, Johnny McCants #35, New Mexico St., 4.85
276, Tyson Etienne #1, Wichita St., 4.84
277, Justinian Jessup #3, Boise St., 4.84
278, Stef Smith #0, Vermont, 4.83
279, Cameron Oluyitan #23, Southern Utah, 4.83
280, Trent Forrest #3, Florida St., 4.82
281, Ryan Woolridge #4, Gonzaga, 4.82
282, Kai Edwards #25, Northern Colorado, 4.82
283, Troy Simons #3, Kent St., 4.79
284, Akwasi Yeboah #1, Rutgers, 4.79
285, Nick Muszynski #33, Belmont, 4.79
286, Jibri Blount #2, North Carolina Central, 4.79
287, Yor Anei #14, Oklahoma St., 4.78
288, D'Mitrik Trice #0, Wisconsin, 4.77
289, Ronald Jackson #21, North Carolina A&T, 4.77
290, Sasha Stefanovic #55, Purdue, 4.76
291, Makale Foreman #1, Stony Brook, 4.73
292, Bo Hodges #3, East Tennessee St., 4.73
293, Cole Gentry #31, Wright St., 4.71
294, Elijah Olaniyi #3, Stony Brook, 4.7
295, Paul Scruggs #1, Xavier, 4.69
296, Tyere Marshall #20, Rider, 4.69
297, DeVante' Jones #3, Coastal Carolina, 4.68
298, David DiLeo #14, Central Michigan, 4.68
299, Armando Bacot #5, North Carolina, 4.67
300, Anthony Lamb #3, Vermont, 4.67
301, Tavin Lovan #3, UAB, 4.66
302, Brendan Bailey #1, Marquette, 4.66
303, Isaiah Crawley #53, Georgia Southern, 4.66
304, Naji Marshall #13, Xavier, 4.66
305, Isaiah Miller #1, UNC Greensboro, 4.66
306, Andre Wesson #24, Ohio St., 4.65
307, Harald Frey #5, Montana St., 4.65
308, KJ Williams #23, Murray St., 4.64
309, Tre Scott #13, Cincinnati, 4.63
310, Keith Williams #2, Cincinnati, 4.63
311, Jalen Hill #24, UCLA, 4.63
312, Will Richardson #0, Oregon, 4.62
313, Jeriah Horne #41, Tulsa, 4.62
314, Tajion Jones #3, UNC Asheville, 4.6
315, Christian Lutete #23, UMass Lowell, 4.6
316, Brad Davison #34, Wisconsin, 4.59
317, Darius McGhee #2, Liberty, 4.59
318, Everett Duncan #21, Vermont, 4.59
319, Quinton Rose #1, Temple, 4.59
320, Terrell Gomez #3, Cal St. Northridge, 4.58
321, Chris Smith #5, UCLA, 4.57
322, Josh Green #0, Arizona, 4.56
323, Timmy Allen #1, Utah, 4.56
324, Osun Osunniyi #21, St. Bonaventure, 4.55
325, CJ Fredrick #5, Iowa, 4.55
326, TJ Holyfield #22, Texas Tech, 4.54
327, Tyler Polley #12, Connecticut, 4.53
328, Cartier Diarra #2, Kansas St., 4.53
329, Devon Daniels #24, N.C. State, 4.53
330, Miller Kopp #10, Northwestern, 4.52
331, Kylor Kelley #24, Oregon St., 4.52
332, Carlton Bragg #15, New Mexico, 4.52
333, Quintin Dove #22, Tennessee Martin, 4.51
334, Keandre Cook #1, Missouri St., 4.51
335, Jonah Mathews #2, USC, 4.5
336, Ethan Thompson #5, Oregon St., 4.48
337, Dantez Walton #32, Northern Kentucky, 4.47
338, Tanner Krebs #0, Saint Mary's, 4.47
339, Thorir Thorbjarnarson #34, Nebraska, 4.46
340, Bolden Brace #20, Northeastern, 4.46
341, Elijah Burns #1, Siena, 4.45
342, Isaiah Tisdale #15, East Tennessee St., 4.45
343, Juwan Durham #11, Notre Dame, 4.44
344, Admon Gilder #1, Gonzaga, 4.43
345, Carl Pierre #12, Massachusetts, 4.39
346, Ryan Betley #0, Penn, 4.39
347, Tyler Sharpe #15, Northern Kentucky, 4.39
348, Djordje Dimitrijevic #5, Mercer, 4.39
349, TJ Haws #30, BYU, 4.38
350, Amorie Archibald #3, Louisiana Tech, 4.37
351, Aaron Wiggins #2, Maryland, 4.37
352, Nick Sherod #5, Richmond, 4.37
353, Ramon Vila #15, Chattanooga, 4.36
354, Davide Moretti #25, Texas Tech, 4.36
355, Eric Hunter #2, Purdue, 4.36
356, Justin Minaya #10, South Carolina, 4.36
357, Braxton Key #2, Virginia, 4.35
358, Cheikh Mbacke Diong #34, UNLV, 4.35
359, Tyler Scanlon #0, Belmont, 4.34
360, Brandon Robinson #4, North Carolina, 4.34
361, Mason Peatling #14, Eastern Washington, 4.33
362, Myles Cherry #54, Lafayette, 4.33
363, Jason Preston #0, Ohio, 4.33
364, Mark Vital #11, Baylor, 4.33
365, D'Shawn Schwartz #5, Colorado, 4.32
366, Dazon Ingram #12, UCF, 4.32
367, AJ Bramah #5, Robert Morris, 4.32
368, Zach Freemantle #32, Xavier, 4.32
369, Josh Roberts #1, St. John's, 4.32
370, Gabe Brown #44, Michigan St., 4.31
371, Chris Brandon #21, Detroit, 4.31
372, Andrew Kostecka #10, Loyola MD, 4.3
373, Christion Thompson #25, Tulane, 4.29
374, Samir Doughty #10, Auburn, 4.29
375, Cedric Henderson #45, Campbell, 4.27
376, Kyle Lofton #0, St. Bonaventure, 4.27
377, Javon Greene #23, George Mason, 4.27
378, Maik Kotsar #21, South Carolina, 4.24
379, Marlon Stewart #1, North Dakota, 4.23
380, Ray Salnave #0, Monmouth, 4.23
381, Markquis Nowell #1, Little Rock, 4.22
382, Jayveous McKinnis #11, Jackson St., 4.22
383, Jimbo Lull #5, San Francisco, 4.22
384, Kyle Mallers #14, Ball St., 4.22
385, Jeff Pollard #13, Washington St., 4.21
386, Mason Harrell #12, Texas St., 4.21
387, Richardson Maitre #23, Florida Atlantic, 4.21
388, Justin Smith #3, Indiana, 4.2
389, Justin Roberts #2, Georgia St., 4.2
390, Kamani Johnson #20, Little Rock, 4.18
391, Alex Lomax #2, Memphis, 4.18
392, Charlie Moore #11, DePaul, 4.18
393, Fabian White #35, Houston, 4.17
394, Deondre Burns #2, Oral Roberts, 4.17
395, Ryan Davis #35, Vermont, 4.15
396, Buddy Boeheim #35, Syracuse, 4.15
397, Steffon Mitchell #41, Boston College, 4.14
398, Taevion Kinsey #1, Marshall, 4.14
399, Tevin Mack #13, Clemson, 4.14
400, Jordan Bowden #23, Tennessee, 4.14
401, Jahmi'us Ramsey #3, Texas Tech, 4.12
402, Warith Alatishe #25, Nicholls St., 4.12
403, Jared Rhoden #14, Seton Hall, 4.12
404, Damani Applewhite #35, South Carolina St., 4.11
405, Anfernee McLemore #24, Auburn, 4.1
406, Isaac Likekele #13, Oklahoma St., 4.1
407, Radshad Davis #10, UT Arlington, 4.1
408, Luke Loewe #12, William & Mary, 4.09
409, James Foye #10, Dartmouth, 4.09
410, Nate Pierre-Louis #15, Temple, 4.07
411, Yoeli Childs #23, BYU, 4.05
412, Alani Moore #0, Temple, 4.05
413, Drew Timme #2, Gonzaga, 4.05
414, Jaden Shackelford #5, Alabama, 4.04
415, Tyler Cheese #4, Akron, 4.03
416, Brooks DeBisschop #22, Northern Arizona, 4.03
417, Rylan Jones #15, Utah, 4.03
418, Filip Rebraca #12, North Dakota, 4.03
419, Jordan Goldwire #14, Duke, 4.02
420, Alex Reese #3, Alabama, 4
421, Malik Williams #5, Louisville, 4
422, Derrick Alston #21, Boise St., 4
423, CJ Bryce #13, N.C. State, 3.99
424, Terrence Shannon #1, Texas Tech, 3.99
425, Matt Halvorsen #2, Western Carolina, 3.97
426, Donnell Gresham #0, Georgia, 3.97
427, Caleb McConnell #22, Rutgers, 3.96
428, Joseph Girard #11, Syracuse, 3.96
429, Jagan Mosely #4, Georgetown, 3.96
430, Tyrik Armstrong #20, Texas Southern, 3.96
431, Alex Barcello #4, BYU, 3.95
432, Colbey Ross #4, Pepperdine, 3.95
433, Isaac Johnson #0, Appalachian St., 3.94
434, Lucas N'Guessan #25, East Tennessee St., 3.94
435, Bill Wampler #1, Wright St., 3.92
436, Andrew Nembhard #2, Florida, 3.92
437, Carter Hendricksen #23, North Florida, 3.91
438, Dalton Nixon #33, BYU, 3.91
439, Danjel Purifoy #3, Auburn, 3.91
440, Cory Gensler #22, Campbell, 3.9
441, Ryan Daly #1, Saint Joseph's, 3.9
442, Jose Alvarado #10, Georgia Tech, 3.88
443, Malik Osborne #10, Florida St., 3.87
444, Adam Grant #11, Bryant, 3.86
445, Vinnie Shahid #0, North Dakota St., 3.86
446, Nahziah Carter #11, Washington, 3.85
447, Jordan Lyons #23, Furman, 3.85
448, Khalil Shabazz #0, San Francisco, 3.85
449, Michael Flowers #12, Western Michigan, 3.85
450, Dane Goodwin #23, Notre Dame, 3.84
451, Scottie Lewis #23, Florida, 3.83
452, DJ Carton #3, Ohio St., 3.83
453, Noah Locke #10, Florida, 3.82
454, Haanif Cheatham #22, Nebraska, 3.82
455, Carlos Paez #1, Austin Peay, 3.82
456, Christian Bishop #13, Creighton, 3.82
457, Richmond Aririguzoh #34, Princeton, 3.82
458, Bourama Sidibe #34, Syracuse, 3.81
459, Julian Champagnie #2, St. John's, 3.81
460, Chris Lykes #0, Miami FL, 3.81
461, Austin Reaves #12, Oklahoma, 3.8
462, Davion Mitchell #45, Baylor, 3.8
463, Josh Ferguson #25, Winthrop, 3.8
464, Deniz Celen #33, St. Francis NY, 3.79
465, Kai Mitchell #14, Sam Houston St., 3.79
466, Jordyn Adams #5, Austin Peay, 3.79
467, Channel Banks #11, Akron, 3.79
468, Isaiah Livers #2, Michigan, 3.79
469, Brevin Pritzl #1, Wisconsin, 3.78
470, David McCormack #33, Kansas, 3.78
471, CJ Walker #13, Ohio St., 3.78
472, Adrio Bailey #2, Arkansas, 3.77
473, Jair Bolden #52, South Carolina, 3.77
474, Josh Williams #0, Robert Morris, 3.76
475, Chris Harris #1, Houston, 3.76
476, Hunter Tyson #5, Clemson, 3.76
477, Liam Robbins #21, Drake, 3.76
478, Hasahn French #11, Saint Louis, 3.76
479, George Conditt #4, Iowa St., 3.76
480, Connor McCaffery #30, Iowa, 3.76
481, Jazz Johnson #22, Nevada, 3.74
482, Jordan Cohen #11, Lehigh, 3.74
483, Taveion Hollingsworth #11, Western Kentucky, 3.73
484, Tyrese Maxey #3, Kentucky, 3.73
485, Danilo Djuricic #30, Harvard, 3.73
486, Deshaw Andrews #12, Alcorn St., 3.72
487, Messiah Jones #25, Wofford, 3.71
488, Rasir Bolton #45, Iowa St., 3.71
489, Max Abmas #3, Oral Roberts, 3.7
490, Xavier Hill-Mais #14, Oakland, 3.7
491, Lindy Waters #21, Oklahoma St., 3.69
492, Keaton Wallace #22, UTSA, 3.69
493, Idris Joyner #15, Merrimack, 3.69
494, Jalon Gates #22, Houston Baptist, 3.68
495, Jalen Dupree #24, Samford, 3.68
496, Au'Diese Toney #5, Pittsburgh, 3.67
497, Kane Williams #12, Georgia St., 3.66
498, Ryan McMahon #30, Louisville, 3.66
499, Cameron Johnson #3, Stephen F. Austin, 3.66
500, Brad Greene #55, UC Irvine, 3.65
501, Nate Darling #3, Delaware, 3.65
502, John Newman #15, Clemson, 3.64
503, AJ Wilson #12, George Mason, 3.63
504, Jalen Johnson #1, Louisiana, 3.63
505, Quentin Grimes #24, Houston, 3.62
506, Derrick Carter-Hollinger #35, Montana, 3.61
507, Jordan Barnes #2, Indiana St., 3.59
508, Geo Baker #0, Rutgers, 3.59
509, Trendon Watford #2, LSU, 3.59
510, Zachary Simmons #24, North Texas, 3.58
511, Jarron Cumberland #34, Cincinnati, 3.58
512, Jamison Battle #10, George Washington, 3.57
513, Mikael Jantunen #20, Utah, 3.57
514, Chaundee Brown #23, Wake Forest, 3.56
515, Andy Van Vliet #11, William & Mary, 3.56
516, Jaime Echenique #21, Wichita St., 3.54
517, Josh Mballa #34, Buffalo, 3.54
518, Sacar Anim #2, Marquette, 3.54
519, Mike Smith #21, Columbia, 3.54
520, Dennis Tunstall #11, Towson, 3.54
521, Danny Pippen #5, Kent St., 3.54
522, Duane Washington #4, Ohio St., 3.53
523, Matt Lewis #1, James Madison, 3.53
524, Trey McGowens #2, Pittsburgh, 3.53
525, Aaron Thompson #2, Butler, 3.52
526, Moses Wright #5, Georgia Tech, 3.52
527, Ryan Kriener #15, Iowa, 3.51
528, Boubacar Toure #21, Eastern Michigan, 3.51
529, Souley Boum #0, UTEP, 3.51
530, Martins Igbanu #1, Tulsa, 3.51
531, Nathan Mensah #31, San Diego St., 3.5
532, Joey Brunk #50, Indiana, 3.49
533, Corey Manigault #1, New Mexico, 3.49
534, Alex Hunter #10, Furman, 3.49
535, Saben Lee #0, Vanderbilt, 3.49
536, Jalen Coleman-Lands #5, DePaul, 3.49
537, KJ Lawson #1, Tulane, 3.47
538, Isaiah Brown #24, Northern Iowa, 3.47
539, Sayeed Pridgett #4, Montana, 3.47
540, Tucker Richardson #15, Colgate, 3.46
541, Amauri Hardy #3, UNLV, 3.46
542, EJ Liddell #32, Ohio St., 3.46
543, Adam Thistlewood #31, Colorado St., 3.46
544, Rob Perry #2, Stetson, 3.45
545, Anthony Polite #2, Florida St., 3.45
546, Aljami Durham #1, Indiana, 3.45
547, Mike Bothwell #3, Furman, 3.45
548, Rodney Miller #14, Miami FL, 3.45
549, Jahaad Proctor #3, Purdue, 3.45
550, Kihei Clark #0, Virginia, 3.44
551, Rich Kelly #22, Quinnipiac, 3.44
552, Devonte Bandoo #2, Baylor, 3.43
553, Chevez Goodwin #1, Wofford, 3.43
554, Trey Wertz #3, Santa Clara, 3.43
555, Jamarius Burton #2, Wichita St., 3.42
556, Caleb Mills #2, Houston, 3.42
557, Drew Friberg #5, Princeton, 3.42
558, Anthony Mathis #32, Oregon, 3.41
559, Brian Fobbs #23, Towson, 3.4
560, Kendal Manuel #2, Montana, 3.4
561, Jordan Tucker #1, Butler, 3.4
562, Matt Freeman #2, UC Santa Barbara, 3.39
563, Alihan Demir #30, Minnesota, 3.38
564, Elvis Harvey #23, Nicholls St., 3.38
565, Kalif Young #13, Providence, 3.38
566, Herbert Jones #1, Alabama, 3.38
567, New Williams #0, Fresno St., 3.37
568, Darius Brown #10, Cal St. Northridge, 3.36
569, Aleem Ford #2, Wisconsin, 3.36
570, Nate Sestina #1, Kentucky, 3.36
571, Frederick Scott #13, Rider, 3.36
572, Maizen Fausett #12, Southern Utah, 3.36
573, De'Vondre Perry #22, Temple, 3.35
574, Kaleb Hunter #44, UNC Greensboro, 3.35
575, Nah'Shon Hyland #5, VCU, 3.35
576, Derric Jean #1, Louisiana Tech, 3.34
577, Holland Woods #11, Portland St., 3.34
578, Anthony Smith #24, Murray St., 3.34
579, Aaron Carver #13, Old Dominion, 3.34
580, Jordan Miller #11, George Mason, 3.33
581, Zach Pirog #33, Cal Baptist, 3.33
582, Demarkus Lampley #3, Sam Houston St., 3.32
583, Dru Kuxhausen #0, McNeese St., 3.32
584, Emmitt Holt #15, Providence, 3.31
585, Jemarl Baker #10, Arizona, 3.29
586, Michael Buckland #3, Lipscomb, 3.29
587, Tyler Stevenson #14, Southern Miss, 3.29
588, Luke Avdalovic #21, Northern Arizona, 3.28
589, Bryce Golden #33, Butler, 3.28
590, Jeromy Rodriguez #11, East Tennessee St., 3.28
591, Akok Akok #23, Connecticut, 3.27
592, Trey Wade #5, Wichita St., 3.26
593, Kolby Lee #40, BYU, 3.26
594, Cody Kelley #10, South Dakota, 3.26
595, DeJon Jarreau #3, Houston, 3.25
596, Matt Pile #40, Nebraska Omaha, 3.24
597, Mike McGuirl #0, Kansas St., 3.24
598, De'Torrion Ware #33, Jacksonville St., 3.24
599, Jayvon Graves #3, Buffalo, 3.23
600, Tyrese Martin #4, Rhode Island, 3.23
601, Brandon Anderson #2, Brown, 3.23
602, John Comeaux #10, Stephen F. Austin, 3.23
603, Aaron Henry #11, Michigan St., 3.23
604, Nakye Sanders #20, Towson, 3.23
605, Chase Jeter #4, Arizona, 3.23
606, Cletrell Pope #10, Bethune Cookman, 3.23
607, Kendle Moore #3, Colorado St., 3.23
608, Tay Weaver #2, Saint Louis, 3.23
609, Nate Watson #0, Providence, 3.22
610, Isiaih Mosley #11, Missouri St., 3.22
611, Eli Brooks #55, Michigan, 3.22
612, Riley Battin #21, Utah, 3.22
613, Ja'Shon Henry #22, Bradley, 3.21
614, Solomon Young #33, Iowa St., 3.21
615, Jase Febres #13, Texas, 3.21
616, Donta Scott #24, Maryland, 3.2
617, AJ Lawson #0, South Carolina, 3.2
618, Keishawn Brewton #4, Coastal Carolina, 3.19
619, Joshua Morgan #24, Long Beach St., 3.19
620, Kinnon LaRose #30, Sacred Heart, 3.18
621, Stefan Gonzalez #2, UC Davis, 3.18
622, Jerrick Harding #10, Weber St., 3.18
623, Theo John #4, Marquette, 3.18
624, Bryce Hamilton #13, UNLV, 3.18
625, Taze Moore #4, Cal St. Bakersfield, 3.18
626, Storm Murphy #5, Wofford, 3.17
627, Cole Swider #10, Villanova, 3.17
628, Kalob Ledoux #5, Louisiana Tech, 3.17
629, Gabe Kalscheur #22, Minnesota, 3.16
630, Andrew Garcia #23, Stony Brook, 3.16
631, Damian Chong Qui #15, Mount St. Mary's, 3.16
632, Tyler Peterson #22, South Dakota, 3.16
633, Ian DuBose #0, Houston Baptist, 3.16
634, Javonte Smart #1, LSU, 3.16
635, Armel Potter #2, George Washington, 3.16
636, Omar Payne #5, Florida, 3.16
637, Jordan Burns #1, Colgate, 3.15
638, Tray Boyd #1, East Tennessee St., 3.15
639, Ceasar DeJesus #4, UCF, 3.15
640, Umoja Gibson #1, North Texas, 3.15
641, Grant Golden #33, Richmond, 3.15
642, Ben Vander Plas #5, Ohio, 3.14
643, Caleb Morris #0, Air Force, 3.13
644, Manny Bates #15, N.C. State, 3.13
645, Jake LaRavia #35, Indiana St., 3.12
646, Jy'lan Washington #22, Tennessee St., 3.12
647, Isaac Kante #32, Hofstra, 3.12
648, Matt Wilson #14, Army, 3.11
649, Abdul Ado #24, Mississippi St., 3.11
650, Garrett Sturtz #3, Drake, 3.11
651, Christian Braun #2, Kansas, 3.1
652, Dimencio Vaughn #14, Rider, 3.1
653, Jack White #41, Duke, 3.1
654, Carter Collins #24, Davidson, 3.1
655, Ferron Flavors #31, Cal Baptist, 3.09
656, Eric Hamilton #0, Pittsburgh, 3.09
657, Manny Camper #3, Siena, 3.08
658, Jarrod West #13, Marshall, 3.08
659, Davonta Jordan #4, Buffalo, 3.07
660, Khadim Sy #3, Mississippi, 3.07
661, Lester Quinones #11, Memphis, 3.05
662, DaQuan Bracey #25, Louisiana Tech, 3.05
663, Cameron McGriff #12, Oklahoma St., 3.05
664, Kyle Rode #22, Liberty, 3.04
665, Amidou Bamba #15, Charlotte, 3.04
666, Deng Geu #23, North Texas, 3.03
667, Josh Parrish #1, Rice, 3.03
668, Patrick Good #10, East Tennessee St., 3.02
669, Isiah Small #1, Texas St., 3.02
670, Trevon Faulkner #12, Northern Kentucky, 3.02
671, Marcus Burk #14, IUPUI, 3.02
672, Tobi Ewuosho #5, Alabama St., 3.01
673, Brandon Johnson #35, Western Michigan, 3.01
674, Alanzo Frink #20, South Carolina, 3.01
675, Chandler Lawson #13, Oregon, 3.01
676, Payton Willis #0, Minnesota, 3
677, Gavin Kensmil #14, Stephen F. Austin, 3
678, Adrian Nelson #4, Northern Kentucky, 3
679, Wabissa Bede #3, Virginia Tech, 3
680, David Roddy #21, Colorado St., 2.98
681, Keith Braxton #13, St. Francis PA, 2.97
682, J'Von McCormick #5, Auburn, 2.97
683, Jaevin Cumberland #21, Cincinnati, 2.96
684, Dan Fotu #42, Saint Mary's, 2.96
685, Ryan Murphy #24, Pittsburgh, 2.96
686, Connor Harding #44, BYU, 2.95
687, Hyunjung Lee #1, Davidson, 2.95
688, Micah Potter #11, Wisconsin, 2.95
689, Lesley Varner #11, UT Rio Grande Valley, 2.95
690, Dalonte Brown #13, Miami OH, 2.95
691, Matt Ryan #32, Chattanooga, 2.95
692, Matt Hauser #10, Portland St., 2.94
693, Jamal Cain #23, Marquette, 2.94
694, Adam Kunkel #5, Belmont, 2.94
695, Marcus Hammond #10, Niagara, 2.94
696, Kyrin Galloway #14, UNC Greensboro, 2.93
697, Chandler Vaudrin #52, Winthrop, 2.92
698, Darryl Morsell #11, Maryland, 2.92
699, Markell Johnson #11, N.C. State, 2.92
700, Jordan Dartis #35, Ohio, 2.92
701, Malik Hall #25, Michigan St., 2.91
702, Terrell Brown #21, Pittsburgh, 2.91
703, Caleb Homesley #1, Liberty, 2.91
704, Justyn Mutts #25, Delaware, 2.91
705, James Reese #0, North Texas, 2.91
706, Ty Flowers #24, LIU, 2.91
707, Ed Croswell #11, La Salle, 2.9
708, Zac Seljaas #2, BYU, 2.9
709, Trevor Stumpe #15, Wofford, 2.9
710, Brevin Galloway #2, Charleston, 2.89
711, KJ Robinson #5, Nebraska Omaha, 2.88
712, Kameron McGusty #23, Miami FL, 2.88
713, Greg Summers #20, Navy, 2.88
714, Zach Thornhill #4, Nebraska Omaha, 2.88
715, Carlos Dotson #0, Western Carolina, 2.88
716, Michael Akuchie #31, Youngstown St., 2.87
717, Jared Samuelson #33, Montana, 2.87
718, Myo Baxter-Bell #0, Liberty, 2.86
719, Zach Cooks #4, NJIT, 2.84
720, Jabari Narcis #13, UT Arlington, 2.84
721, Parker Stewart #1, Tennessee Martin, 2.83
722, Eugene German #10, Northern Illinois, 2.83
723, Dominick Pickett #22, UC Riverside, 2.83
724, PJ Pipes #2, Green Bay, 2.83
725, CJ Jones #23, Middle Tennessee, 2.83
726, Courtney Ramey #3, Texas, 2.82
727, Isaiah Crawford #22, Louisiana Tech, 2.81
728, Marcus Bingham #30, Michigan St., 2.81
729, Baylee Steele #44, Duquesne, 2.81
730, Travis Fields #11, Radford, 2.8
731, John Harrar #21, Penn St., 2.8
732, Noah Kirkwood #10, Harvard, 2.8
733, Myles Dread #2, Penn St., 2.79
734, Spencer Littleson #11, Toledo, 2.79
735, Marten Linssen #23, UNC Wilmington, 2.79
736, Ivan Aurrecoechea #15, New Mexico St., 2.79
737, Trejon Jacob #3, FIU, 2.77
738, Jason Carter #25, Xavier, 2.77
739, Malik Johnson #1, Canisius, 2.77
740, Curran Scott #10, Clemson, 2.77
741, Dominick Welch #1, St. Bonaventure, 2.77
742, Cameron Healy #11, Albany, 2.76
743, Thomas Bell #13, North Texas, 2.76
744, John Kiser #33, Valparaiso, 2.76
745, Joe Mooney #22, UC Davis, 2.75
746, Devonte Green #11, Indiana, 2.75
747, Javin DeLaurier #12, Duke, 2.75
748, Isaiah Moss #4, Kansas, 2.74
749, LJ Thorpe #2, UNC Asheville, 2.74
750, Race Thompson #25, Indiana, 2.74
751, Sam Miller #20, Charleston, 2.74
752, Patrick Williams #4, Florida St., 2.73
753, Nelly Cummings #0, Colgate, 2.72
754, Deion Hammond #3, Monmouth, 2.72
755, Matthue Cotton #10, Yale, 2.72
756, Jimmy Boeheim #3, Cornell, 2.72
757, Justin Turner #1, Bowling Green, 2.71
758, Justin Brown #13, South Florida, 2.71
759, Mustapha Heron #0, St. John's, 2.71
760, Mike'L Simms #1, VCU, 2.7
761, Teshaun Hightower #5, Tulane, 2.7
762, Jared Hamilton #3, Boston College, 2.69
763, Tommy Rutherford #42, UC Irvine, 2.69
764, David DeJulius #0, Michigan, 2.69
765, Nico Carvacho #32, Colorado St., 2.69
766, Eyassu Worku #24, UC Irvine, 2.69
767, Terrell Brown #23, Seattle, 2.69
768, Terrance McBride #11, Cornell, 2.69
769, Javonte Perkins #3, Saint Louis, 2.68
770, Micheal Anumba #3, Winthrop, 2.68
771, Ty Brewer #25, Southeastern Louisiana, 2.68
772, AJ Walker #10, Air Force, 2.68
773, Tanner Groves #35, Eastern Washington, 2.68
774, JayQuan McCloud #11, Green Bay, 2.67
775, Prentiss Hubb #3, Notre Dame, 2.67
776, Charles Minlend #14, San Francisco, 2.66
777, Zach Copeland #2, Illinois St., 2.66
778, Eric Monroe #2, Yale, 2.64
779, Zion Young #1, Western Illinois, 2.64
780, Damien Jefferson #23, Creighton, 2.64
781, Georgie Pacheco-Ortiz #11, Liberty, 2.64
782, Tommy Burton #33, Coastal Carolina, 2.64
783, Kellan Grady #31, Davidson, 2.64
784, Noah Gurley #4, Furman, 2.64
785, Rocky Kreuser #34, North Dakota St., 2.63
786, Ako Adams #3, Rice, 2.63
787, Marcellus Earlington #10, St. John's, 2.63
788, Sean McNeil #22, West Virginia, 2.63
789, Jaylen Butz #2, DePaul, 2.63
790, Kobe King #23, Wisconsin, 2.63
791, Corey Allen #11, Georgia St., 2.62
792, Elijah Childs #10, Bradley, 2.62
793, Michael Durr #4, South Florida, 2.62
794, AJ Caldwell #0, Chattanooga, 2.61
795, Jacob Toppin #21, Rhode Island, 2.61
796, Mylik Wilson #13, Louisiana, 2.61
797, Malik Martin #12, Charlotte, 2.61
798, Jaheam Cornwall #1, Gardner Webb, 2.61
799, Landers Nolley #2, Virginia Tech, 2.61
800, Mekhi Lairy #2, Miami OH, 2.61
801, Maurice Howard #11, Alcorn St., 2.6
802, Koby McEwen #25, Marquette, 2.6
803, Emmitt Matthews #11, West Virginia, 2.59
804, Kevin Obanor #0, Oral Roberts, 2.59
805, Andrew Jones #1, Texas, 2.59
806, Lukas Jarrett #23, Lafayette, 2.59
807, Jaylan Gainey #22, Brown, 2.59
808, Skylar Chavez #33, Pepperdine, 2.59
809, Jare'l Spellman #25, Sacred Heart, 2.58
810, Guglielmo Caruso #30, Santa Clara, 2.58
811, John-Michael Wright #1, High Point, 2.57
812, Bailey Patella #12, Vermont, 2.57
813, Cyril Langevine #10, Rhode Island, 2.57
814, Charles Bassey #23, Western Kentucky, 2.56
815, Nathan Cayo #4, Richmond, 2.55
816, Ike Smith #3, Georgia Southern, 2.55
817, Luka Brajkovic #35, Davidson, 2.55
818, Ade Murkey #0, Denver, 2.55
819, Franz Wagner #21, Michigan, 2.55
820, Phlandrous Fleming #24, Charleston Southern, 2.54
821, Hunter Hale #13, Winthrop, 2.54
822, Isaiah Mobley #15, USC, 2.54
823, Jalen Thomas #25, Georgia St., 2.54
824, Alpha Diallo #11, Providence, 2.54
825, Jaren English #5, St. Bonaventure, 2.54
826, Kur Kuath #52, Oklahoma, 2.54
827, Ahsan Asadullah #23, Lipscomb, 2.53
828, Nelson Phillips #10, Georgia St., 2.53
829, Chase Claxton #33, Winthrop, 2.53
830, Grant Sherfield #52, Wichita St., 2.53
831, Allen Betrand #2, Towson, 2.53
832, Jalen Gabbidon #0, Yale, 2.52
833, Hunter Seacat #50, Appalachian St., 2.51
834, Philip Whittington #25, Kent St., 2.51
835, Garrett Gilkeson #2, VMI, 2.51
836, Kalu Ezikpe #22, Old Dominion, 2.51
837, Darius George #21, Marshall, 2.5
838, Morgan Means #13, Seattle, 2.5
839, John Knight #3, Southern Utah, 2.5
840, Elijah Lufile #1, Oral Roberts, 2.49
841, Stanley Umude #0, South Dakota, 2.49
842, DaJuan Gordon #3, Kansas St., 2.49
843, Eli Pemberton #5, Hofstra, 2.49
844, Daejon Davis #1, Stanford, 2.49
845, Jase Townsend #3, Denver, 2.48
846, Keegan Records #14, Colgate, 2.48
847, Avery Sullivan #5, Lamar, 2.48
848, Antonio Williams #4, Kent St., 2.47
849, Kayne Henry #11, Jacksonville St., 2.47
850, Sam Waardenburg #21, Miami FL, 2.46
851, Kobe Brown #24, Missouri, 2.46
852, Anthony Roberts #15, Kent St., 2.46
853, Ari Boya #1, Bradley, 2.46
854, Brison Gresham #55, Houston, 2.45
855, Chad Lott #21, South Alabama, 2.45
856, Joey Baker #13, Duke, 2.45
857, Hunter Cattoor #0, Virginia Tech, 2.45
858, Dylan Smith #3, Arizona, 2.44
859, Elijah Cuffee #10, Liberty, 2.44
860, Brandon Suggs #4, East Carolina, 2.44
861, Andrew Fleming #0, Maine, 2.43
862, Koch Bar #12, Bradley, 2.43
863, Giorgi Bezhanishvili #15, Illinois, 2.42
864, Onno Steger #33, Western Carolina, 2.42
865, Nate Johnson #10, Gardner Webb, 2.41
866, Marquise Kennedy #12, Loyola Chicago, 2.41
867, Thomas Kithier #15, Michigan St., 2.41
868, Loudon Love #11, Wright St., 2.41
869, Mack Smith #3, Eastern Illinois, 2.4
870, Emmanuel Olojakpoke #4, Utah Valley, 2.4
871, Marcus Sasser #0, Houston, 2.4
872, Kaleb Bishop #12, Fairleigh Dickinson, 2.4
873, Balsa Koprivica #5, Florida St., 2.4
874, Malik Jefferson #42, Mount St. Mary's, 2.39
875, Devin Gilmore #13, Murray St., 2.39
876, Ira Lee #11, Arizona, 2.38
877, Jared Stutzman #21, Idaho St., 2.38
878, TJ Weeks #23, Massachusetts, 2.38
879, Reggie Chaney #35, Arkansas, 2.38
880, Antun Maricevic #34, South Florida, 2.38
881, Noah Freidel #11, South Dakota St., 2.38
882, Iran Bennett #2, Marshall, 2.38
883, Romeo Weems #1, DePaul, 2.37
884, Simeon Carter #23, Georgia Southern, 2.36
885, Will Butler #12, UAB, 2.36
886, Javian Davis #0, Alabama, 2.36
887, Nisre Zouzoua #5, Nevada, 2.36
888, Trent Harris #1, Northern Colorado, 2.35
889, Qudus Wahab #34, Georgetown, 2.35
890, Jeenathan Williams #11, Buffalo, 2.34
891, Tre Gomillion #5, Cleveland St., 2.34
892, Drew Edwards #25, Charlotte, 2.33
893, Scott Spencer #2, La Salle, 2.33
894, Joey Calcaterra #2, San Diego, 2.32
895, RJ Nembhard #22, TCU, 2.32
896, Jaime Jaquez #4, UCLA, 2.32
897, Bernardo da Silva #5, Hawaii, 2.31
898, Jordan Giles #5, UMKC, 2.31
899, James Bouknight #2, Connecticut, 2.31
900, De'jon Davis #35, Cal Baptist, 2.31
901, Charles Manning #11, LSU, 2.31
902, James Wiseman #32, Memphis, 2.31
903, Demarius Jacobs #15, Saint Louis, 2.31
904, Alex Ducas #44, Saint Mary's, 2.31
905, Neemias Queta #23, Utah St., 2.3
906, Andrien White #13, Wake Forest, 2.3
907, Juvaris Hayes #0, Merrimack, 2.29
908, Izaiah Brockington #12, Penn St., 2.29
909, Tommy Kuhse #12, Saint Mary's, 2.29
910, Michael Forrest #11, Florida Atlantic, 2.29
911, Camren Wynter #11, Drexel, 2.28
912, Morris Udeze #24, Wichita St., 2.28
913, Josh Anderson #4, Western Kentucky, 2.28
914, Mouhamadou Gueye #5, Stony Brook, 2.27
915, Nahiem Alleyne #4, Virginia Tech, 2.27
916, JT Gibson #0, Nebraska Omaha, 2.27
917, Amadou Sow #12, UC Santa Barbara, 2.27
918, Zane Meeks #15, Nevada, 2.27
919, Myles Cale #22, Seton Hall, 2.26
920, Mike Jones #13, Davidson, 2.26
921, Nojel Eastern #20, Purdue, 2.26
922, Zep Jasper #10, Charleston, 2.26
923, Robert Baker #35, Harvard, 2.26
924, Keyshaun Langley #0, UNC Greensboro, 2.25
925, Jamal Johnson #1, Auburn, 2.25
926, Lavelle Scottie #12, Air Force, 2.24
927, Marvin Coleman #31, UNLV, 2.24
928, Lamont West #15, Missouri St., 2.24
929, James Hampshire #33, Pacific, 2.23
930, Dwight Wilson #24, James Madison, 2.23
931, Xavier Johnson #1, Pittsburgh, 2.23
932, Alphonso Anderson #10, Utah St., 2.22
933, Dikymbe Martin #15, UC Riverside, 2.22
934, De'Vion Harmon #11, Oklahoma, 2.22
935, Raiquan Clark #23, LIU, 2.22
936, Zach Reichle #11, Oregon St., 2.22
937, Cam Spencer #12, Loyola MD, 2.21
938, Luther Muhammad #1, Ohio St., 2.21
939, Matthias Tass #11, Saint Mary's, 2.2
940, Marlin Davis #5, Texas St., 2.2
941, Rio Haskett #5, Harvard, 2.19
942, Kolton Kohl #34, Abilene Christian, 2.19
943, Terrell Allen #12, Georgetown, 2.19
944, Brae Ivey #2, San Jose St., 2.19
945, Ryan Schwieger #15, Princeton, 2.19
946, Tareq Coburn #0, Hofstra, 2.18
947, Darius Perry #2, Louisville, 2.18
948, Trey Murphy #2, Rice, 2.17
949, Hall Elisias #34, Bryant, 2.17
950, Sincere Carry #10, Duquesne, 2.17
951, Hunter Marks #0, Hartford, 2.16
952, Darius Banks #5, James Madison, 2.16
953, Ike Nweke #24, Columbia, 2.16
954, Zigmars Raimo #14, Hawaii, 2.16
955, Aaryn Rai #21, Dartmouth, 2.16
956, Roti Ware #2, Stephen F. Austin, 2.15
957, Brandon Johns #23, Michigan, 2.15
958, Elijah Mitrou-Long #55, UNLV, 2.15
959, Doug Edert #2, Saint Peter's, 2.15
960, Pat Spencer #12, Northwestern, 2.15
961, Casdon Jardine #22, Utah Valley, 2.14
962, Obadiah Noel #11, UMass Lowell, 2.14
963, Landon Taliaferro #25, Fairfield, 2.13
964, Thomas Dziagwa #4, Oklahoma St., 2.13
965, Jeremiah Tilmon #23, Missouri, 2.12
966, Charles Pride #5, Bryant, 2.11
967, Jaedon LeDee #23, TCU, 2.11
968, Anton Watson #22, Gonzaga, 2.11
969, Jamorko Pickett #1, Georgetown, 2.11
970, Jerry Johnson #1, Arkansas St., 2.1
971, Curtis Jones #4, Penn St., 2.1
972, Darin Green #22, UCF, 2.1
973, Max Hazzard #5, Arizona, 2.1
974, DJ Stewart #3, Mississippi St., 2.08
975, Iverson Molinar #5, Mississippi St., 2.08
976, Marcus McClary #13, Monmouth, 2.08
977, Kameron Edwards #20, Pepperdine, 2.08
978, Bodie Hume #13, Northern Colorado, 2.08
979, Seth Lundy #1, Penn St., 2.07
980, Foster Loyer #3, Michigan St., 2.06
981, Gaige Prim #44, Missouri St., 2.06
982, Tony Miller #32, Washington St., 2.06
983, Tre Mitchell #33, Massachusetts, 2.06
984, Collin Smith #35, UCF, 2.06
985, Quinn Taylor #24, Saint Peter's, 2.06
986, Lavar Batts #0, UNC Asheville, 2.06
987, Matt Johnson #2, Northern Colorado, 2.06
988, Jaden McDaniels #0, Washington, 2.06
989, PJ Horne #14, Virginia Tech, 2.05
990, Daivien Williamson #5, East Tennessee St., 2.05
991, Joe Bryant #4, Norfolk St., 2.05
992, Jacara Cross #2, Jacksonville St., 2.05
993, Jaelin Llewellyn #0, Princeton, 2.04
994, Patrick Harding #25, Bryant, 2.04
995, Devontae Shuler #2, Mississippi, 2.04
996, Brad Brechting #13, Oakland, 2.03
997, Jay Heath #5, Boston College, 2.03
998, Rodney Chatman #0, Dayton, 2.02
999, Tyson Walker #2, Northeastern, 2.02
1000, Justin Dahl #15, Northern Iowa, 2.02