Who will be the National POY?

Who will be the 2021-22 National Player of the Year?

  • Paolo Banchero, Duke

    Votes: 2 2.6%
  • Ochai Agbaji, Kansas

    Votes: 6 7.8%
  • EJ Liddell, Ohio State

    Votes: 2 2.6%
  • Kofi Cockburn, Illinois

    Votes: 10 13.0%
  • Keegan Murray, Iowa

    Votes: 6 7.8%
  • Johnny Davis, Wisconsin

    Votes: 8 10.4%
  • Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Jabari Smith, Auburn

    Votes: 6 7.8%
  • Oscar Tshiebwe, Kentucky

    Votes: 32 41.6%
  • Other

    Votes: 5 6.5%

  • Total voters
    77

RR30

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Current top 3.
1. Oscar Tshiebwe, Kentucky, 38.6%
2. Kofi Cockburn, Illinois, 15.8%
3. Johnny Davis, Wisconsin, 12.3%

Those are the same 3 I have in my top 3. Good to see we don't have anything out of the ordinary.

Davis really came out of nowhere for me. I mean, I figured he'd be Wisconsin's most talented player, perhaps 2nd or 3rd Team All-Conference. But, his production at the U19 World Championships was pedestrian. He was arguably the least productive player on Team USA. But, he's be showing up big time. And Wisconsin keeps getting dubs.

Oscar's numbers are really jaw-dropping. Feel like he's going to be tough to beat.

Also, yes, Bacot probably could have been in consideration, as well. He has better numbers than Banchero, and is likely the frontrunner for ACC POY, provided UNC keeps winning games.

I remember your preseason player list I mentioned Oscar was too low, but I'm not sure anyone expected him to be this good. From game one when he son'd Mark Williams he's just been absurdly good. I think Oscar's numbers will continue to go down though now Cal is seemingly using a "modern" offense instead of whatever the fvck last year was.
 

dukedevilz

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I remember your preseason player list I mentioned Oscar was too low, but I'm not sure anyone expected him to be this good. From game one when he son'd Mark Williams he's just been absurdly good. I think Oscar's numbers will continue to go down though now Cal is seemingly using a "modern" offense instead of whatever the fvck last year was.

He wasn't that low, to be honest. I had him ranked 33rd, which is on the cusp of being an All-American. The only pundit that had him ranked higher than me was Athlon, which had him one spot higher at #32. On the composite rankings, he dropped to #47. So yes, Oscar surprised most people.

3MW= Three Man Weave
MTM= Making The Madness
NG= The News-Gazette
Athlon= Athlon
CBS= CBS Sports
DD= dukedevilz

100 points for being the #1 ranked player, 99 points for being #2... 68 points for being #33.
PlayerSchool3MWMTMNGATHCBSDDTotalAVG
1​
Drew TimmeGonzaga10010099100100100599
99.8​
2​
Kofi CockburnIllinois999698979999588
98.0​
3​
Paolo BancheroDuke979897999897586
97.7​
4​
Johnny JuzangUCLA9199100989795580
96.7​
5​
Chet HolmgrenGonzaga989795939698577
96.2​
6​
EJ LiddellOhio State969196929093558
93.0​
7​
Trayce Jackson-DavisIndiana949484969394555
92.5​
8​
Hunter DickinsonMichigan959592849196553
92.2​
9​
Max AbmasOral Roberts879391949490549
91.5​
10​
Collin GillespieVillanova939088869292541
90.2​
11​
Trevion WilliamsPurdue928593899585539
89.8​
12​
Jaden IveyPurdue869285917891523
87.2​
12​
Marcus CarrTexas908694838882523
87.2​
14​
Julian ChampagnieSt.John's818987877389506
84.3​
15​
Emoni BatesMemphis888277818281491
81.8​
16​
Kendric DavisSMU896589817684484
80.7​
17​
Buddy BoeheimSyracuse527982958678472
78.7​
18​
Jahvon QuinerlyAlabama796880748783471
78.5​
19​
Scotty PippenVanderbilt776081906688462
77.0​
20​
Patrick BaldwinMilwaukee847768827458443
73.8​
21​
Remy MartinKansas835690378987442
73.7​
22​
Kennedy ChandlerTennessee767564588186440
73.3​
23​
Terrence ShannonTexas Tech657276777077437
72.8​
24​
Jaime JaquezUCLA387063888480423
70.5​
25​
Armando BacotNorth Carolina804872728363418
69.7​
26​
Tyson EtienneWichita State577878676765412
68.7​
27​
Ochai AgbajiKansas608734798554399
66.5​
28​
Matthew MayerBaylor696957617269397
66.2​
29​
Andrew NembhardGonzaga784066758057396
66.0​
30​
Kellan GradyKentucky707371685550387
64.5​
31​
Marcus SasserHouston718852556946381
63.5​
32​
Keve AlumaVirginia Tech727133626871377
62.8​
33​
David McCormackKansas5382NR805674345
57.5​
34​
Jaden ShackelfordAlabama737479484122337
56.2​
35​
Alex BarcelloBYU827683NR1675332
55.3​
36​
TyTy WashigntonKentucky596261423176331
55.2​
37​
Jabari SmithAuburn428322695756329
54.8​
38​
Andre CurbeloIllinois85186NR7779328
54.7​
39​
Caleb HoustanMichigan646767472060325
54.2​
40​
Grant SherfieldNevada548475122566316
52.7​
41​
Justin MooreVillanova276451546455315
52.5​
42​
Jalen DurenMemphis615270NR6562310
51.7​
43​
Adam FlaglerBaylor75NR73716324306
51.0​
44​
Bennedict MathurinArizona67NR46525372290
48.3​
45​
Isaiah MobleyUSC4143NR857534278
46.3​
46​
Will RichardsonOregon634727165470277
46.2​
47​
Oscar TshiebweKentucky443169144368269
44.8​
 

RR30

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He wasn't that low, to be honest. I had him ranked 33rd, which is on the cusp of being an All-American. The only pundit that had him ranked higher than me was Athlon, which had him one spot higher at #32. On the composite rankings, he dropped to #47. So yes, Oscar surprised most people.

3MW= Three Man Weave
MTM= Making The Madness
NG= The News-Gazette
Athlon= Athlon
CBS= CBS Sports
DD= dukedevilz

100 points for being the #1 ranked player, 99 points for being #2... 68 points for being #33.

So you were still wrong, but less wrong than everyone else ;)
 
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Shots fired!!! (From a guy that was just offered by Illinois last month). 😆
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