Most Impactful Shooting Guard in 2021-22?

Who will be the most impactful shooting guard in 2021-22?

  • Matt Bradley, San Diego State

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  • Michael Devoe, Georgia Tech

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Iverson Molinar, Mississippi State

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Isaiah Wong, Miami

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  • Total voters
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dukedevilz

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He’s my least favorite ku player of time but he deserves to be on that list.

He merits consideration, yes, but he doesn't merit top-10 lock status. Between all five positions, I'll inevitably miss on quite a few. Could Agbaji be one of those? Possibly. Just think we're looking at someone who could be the 2nd, 3rd, or possibly even the 4th option for Kansas. Everyone else on the list, with the exception of TyTy, is a clear and obvious #1 option for their respective schools.

Also, Agbaji's efficiency numbers are very modest. I wasn't looking at this stat when determining my top 10 SG's, but Agbaji's efficiency rating doesn't compare favorably. He's a good player, just haven't ever been convinced that he's a star player.

2020-21 Player Efficiency Ratings
Alex Barcello, 24.3
Matt Bradley, 21.1
Isaiah Wong, 20.6
Eric Ayala, 20.0
Iverson Molinar, 20.0
Johnny Juzang, 19.7
Buddy Boeheim, 18.6
Jaden Ivey, 18.2
Michael Devoe, 18.2
Ochai Agbaji, 16.9
 
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Villian07

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Im not super convinced mintz returned for his how many ever year to ride the bench, and hes a pretty damn solid player so idk if that cuts wheeers mins or tytys but i think mintz will be on the court a lot from the outside looking in.
 

KisteK

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Yea it’s crazy considering how much college basketball I watch, but then again I also smoke more weed than probably every one on this board put together so there’s that.
Bullshlt.
 

lurkeraspect84

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It's Ivey and Johnny Davis.
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