|Rnk||Top 25 All-Americans||Team||Value||Ht||Cl||AdjO||AdjD||Gm/St||Conf|
|1||Keegan Murray #15||Iowa||11.08||6'8"||So||8.97||-2.12||16, 16||B10|
|2||Justin Bean #34||Utah St.||10.58||6'7"||Sr||8.38||-2.20||16, 16||MWC|
|3||Oscar Tshiebwe #34||Kentucky||10.51||6'9"||Jr||6.86||-3.65||17, 17||SEC|
|4||Trayce Jackson-Davis #23||Indiana||10.12||6'9"||So||7.21||-2.91||16, 16||B10|
|5||Alex Barcello #13||BYU||10.12||6'2"||Sr||8.87||-1.25||17, 17||WCC|
|6||Collin Gillespie #2||Villanova||9.94||6'3"||Sr||8.30||-1.64||17, 17||BE|
|7||Kendric Davis #3||SMU||9.71||6'0||Sr||9.12||-0.59||17, 17||Amer|
|8||Armando Bacot #5||North Carolina||9.43||6'10"||Jr||6.85||-2.58||16, 16||ACC|
|9||Terrell Brown #23||Washington||9.30||6'3"||Sr||7.45||-1.84||15, 15||P12|
|10||Ochai Agbaji #30||Kansas||9.27||6'5"||Sr||8.33||-0.93||16, 16||B12|
|11||Tylor Perry #5||North Texas||9.22||5'11"||Jr||7.92||-1.30||13, 0||CUSA|
|12||Malachi Smith #13||Chattanooga||9.21||6'4"||So||8.62||-0.60||16, 16||SC|
|13||Posh Alexander #0||St. John's||9.21||6'0||So||5.36||-3.85||14, 13||BE|
|14||Orlando Robinson #10||Fresno St.||9.12||7'0||Jr||6.79||-2.34||15, 15||MWC|
|15||EJ Liddell #32||Ohio St.||8.93||6'7"||Jr||6.86||-2.07||15, 15||B10|
|16||Justin Moore #5||Villanova||8.56||6'4"||Jr||6.14||-2.42||17, 17||BE|
|17||Santiago Vescovi #25||Tennessee||8.52||6'3"||Jr||6.00||-2.51||16, 16||SEC|
|18||Jamaree Bouyea #1||San Francisco||8.43||6'2"||Sr||6.46||-1.97||17, 17||WCC|
|19||Christian Braun #2||Kansas||8.32||6'6"||Jr||6.20||-2.12||16, 16||B12|
|20||Iverson Molinar #1||Mississippi St.||8.29||6'3"||Jr||8.00||-0.30||16, 16||SEC|
|21||Tevin Brown #10||Murray St.||8.25||6'5"||Jr||6.33||-1.91||13, 13||OVC|
|22||Trent Frazier #1||Illinois||8.23||6'2"||Sr||4.61||-3.62||14, 13||B10|
|23||Alondes Williams #31||Wake Forest||8.21||6'5"||Sr||6.89||-1.32||18, 18||ACC|
|24||Tari Eason #13||LSU||8.08||6'8"||So||5.16||-2.92||16, 0||SEC|
|25||Hunter Dickinson #1||Michigan||7.95||7'1"||So||6.17||-1.78||13, 13||B10|
AE, America East Conference, Ryan Davis #35, Vermont
Amer, American Athletic Conference, Kendric Davis #3, SMU
ASun, ASUN Conference, Darius McGhee #2, Liberty
A10, Atlantic 10 Conference, Michael Jones #13, Davidson
ACC, Atlantic Coast Conference, Armando Bacot #5, North Carolina
B12, Big 12 Conference, Ochai Agbaji #30, Kansas
BE, Big East Conference, Collin Gillespie #2, Villanova
BSky, Big Sky Conference, Dillon Jones #2, Weber St.
BSth, Big South Conference, Ricky Clemons #1, Campbell
B10, Big Ten Conference, Keegan Murray #15, Iowa
BW, Big West Conference, Collin Welp #40, UC Irvine
CAA, Colonial Athletic Association, Cam Holden #55, Towson
CUSA, Conference USA, Tylor Perry #5, North Texas
Horz, Horizon League, Jamal Cain #1, Oakland
Ivy, Ivy League, Kino Lilly #10, Brown
MAAC, Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, George Papas #5, Monmouth
MAC, Mid American Conference, JT Shumate #32, Toledo
MEAC, Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, Kris Bankston #30, Norfolk St.
MVC, Missouri Valley Conference, Garrett Sturtz #3, Drake
MWC, Mountain West Conference, Justin Bean #34, Utah St.
NEC, Northeast Conference, Alex Morales #2, Wagner
OVC, Ohio Valley Conference, Tevin Brown #10, Murray St.
P12, Pac 12 Conference, Terrell Brown #23, Washington
Pat, Patriot League, Cam Spencer #12, Loyola MD
SEC, Southeastern Conference, Oscar Tshiebwe #34, Kentucky
SC, Southern Conference, Malachi Smith #13, Chattanooga
Slnd, Southland Conference, Isaac Mushila #10, Texas A&M CC
SWAC, Southwestern Athletic Conference, Jayveous McKinnis #11, Jackson St.
Sum, Summit League, Baylor Scheierman #3, South Dakota St.
SB, Sun Belt Conference, Javon Franklin #13, South Alabama
WCC, West Coast Conference, Alex Barcello #13, BYU
WAC, Western Athletic Conference, Jovan Blacksher #10, Grand CanyonNote: I added the words "Most Valuable Player" above after initially posting this because our rankings measure how valuable a player is to a team while other votes may measure the "Player of the Year." In most cases I'd say the two are similar, but when writing the Big 12 summary below it occurred to me Baylor was a perfect example of when MVP and POY can be different. James Akinjo and Kendall Brown should be considered for Player of the Year in the rugged Big 12, but I don't believe either of the are in the running for Most Valuable Player because Baylor is so deep that if either of them could not play, Baylor still has seven players on the court that can dominate. I don't believe Kansas could contend nationally if Ochai Agbaji or Christian Braun were out - if those two were out and the two Baylor players above were out for the same game, I believe Baylor would beat Kansas handily..Baylor's incredible depth actually means each player is slightly less valuable because the replacement player stepping in for them is so good.