The Top 100 Remaining Players in this year's NCAA Tournament
1) Victor Oladipo, Indiana
2) Trey Burke, Michigan
3) Ben McLemore, Kansas
4) Shane Larkin, Miami
5) Russ Smith, Louisville
6) Mason Plumlee, Duke
7) Cody Zeller, Indiana
8) DeShaun Thomas, Ohio State
9) Seth Curry, Duke
10) Jeff Withey, Kansas
11) Tim Hardaway Jr, Michigan
12) Aaron Craft, Ohio State
13) Gorgui Dieng, Louisville
14) Durand Scott, Miami
15) Gary Harris, Michigan State
16) Patric Young, Florida
17) James Southerland, Syracuse
18) Peyton Siva, Louisville
19) Michael Carter-Williams, Syracuse
20) Kenny Kadji, Miami
21) Glenn Robinson Jr, Michigan
22) Ryan Kelly, Duke
23) Travis Releford, Kansas
24) Ramon Galloway, La Salle
25) CJ Fair, Syracuse
26) Mark Lyons, Arizona
27) Nik Stauskas, Michigan
28) Kenny Boynton, Florida
29) Solomon Hill, Arizona
30) Erik Murphy, Florida
31) Keith Appling, Michigan State
32) Sherwood Brown, Florida Gulf Coast
33) Vander Blue, Marquette
34) Mike Rosario, Florida
35) Quinn Cook, Duke
36) Brandon Triche, Syracuse
37) Chane Behanan, Louisville
38) Tyrone Garland, La Salle
39) Christian Watford, Indiana
40) Cleanthony Early, Wichita State
41) EJ Singler, Oregon
42) Devante Gardner, Marquette
43) Bernard Thompson, Florida Gulf Coast
44) Derrick Nix, Michigan State
45) Arsalan Kazemi, Oregon
46) Carl Hall, Wichita State
47) Will Sheehey, Indiana
48) Tyreek Duren, La Salle
49) Elijah Johnson, Kansas
50) Dominic Artis, Oregon
51) Rasheed Sulaimon, Duke
52) Adreian Payne, Michigan State
53) Brett Comer, Florida Gulf Coast
54) Nick Johnson, Arizona
55) Branden Dawson, Michigan State
56) Damyean Dotson, Oregon
57) Mitch McGary, Michigan
58) Jordan Hulls, Indiana
59) Scottie Wilbekin, Florida
60) Trey McKinney-Jones, Miami
61) Jarell Wright, La Salle
62) Chase Fieler, Florida Gulf Coast
63) Will Yeguete, Florida
64) Lenzelle Smith, Ohio State
65) Carlos Emory, Oregon
66) Wayne Blackshear, Louisville
67) Sam Thompson, Ohio State
68) Yogi Ferrell, Indiana
69) Denzel Valentine, Michigan State
70) Sam Mills, La Salle
71) Brandon Ashley, Arizona
72) Kaleb Tarczewski, Arizona
73) Malcolm Armstead, Wichita State
74) Reggie Johnson, Miami
75) Jamil Wilson, Marquette
76) Trey McDonald, Ohio State
77) Julian Gamble, Miami
78) Kevin Young, Kansas
79) Tony Woods, Oregon
80) Rion Brown, Miami
81) Luke Hancock, Louisville
82) Naadir Tharpe, Kansas
83) Casey Prather, Florida
84) Amile Jefferson, Duke
85) Steve Zack, La Salle
86) Travis Trice, Michigan State
87) Jon Horford, Michigan
88) Shannon Scott, Ohio State
89) Michael Frazier Jr, Florida
90) Demetric Williams, Wichita State
91) Perry Ellis, Kansas
92) Montrezl Harrell, Louisville
93) Christophe Varidel, Florida Gulf Coast
94) Grant Jerrett, Arizona
95) Ron Baker, Wichita State
96) Jordin Mayes, Arizona
97) Amir Williams, Ohio State
98) Tyler Thornton, Duke
99) Spike Albrecht, Michigan
100) Joey McKnight, Florida Gulf Coast
I can't speak on behalf of all of the players, but there's no way Siva should be ahead of MCW, and no way Southerland should be ahead of CJ Fair IMO.
It's Eric Mcknight not Joey
Good call! Out of 100 names I was sure to butcher 1 haha
Can't possible neg you for this.
This was well done, and quite frankly I agree with it.
Nice post, and it's a good discussion topic too.
I too think from an overall standpoint, Victor Oladipo is the best player left also.
Also, are you ranking these players based off tournament play? Or are you going off how you think they rank as NBA prospects?
...damn. Tyler Thornton made a top anything list
Also, don't think Craft should be ahead of MCW or Siva either. He's a good leader and defender, but he's overrated. MCW is a far better passer, rebounder, and scorer, and his defense is very good as well.
Is this based on the draft or tourney. As a Cuse fan, I have to guess it's based off of either the tourney so far, or maybe your predictions for the rest of the tournament. Southerland is a lesser prospect in comparison to MCW and Fair, and hasn't been that great against Montana or California. Fair has the best mid range game I've ever seen from a college player, MCW is an elite college PG, and you could argue that Triche could be ahead of Southerland, but it varies from game to game. But that's pretty impressive to come up with those 100 off the top of your head so I gave you a thumbs up anyway.
i agree with your list, but i think you forgot Doug McDermott and he didn't play that bad on the tournament
sorry i misreaded your post sorry brother... i agree AWESOME thread
No Andre Hollins from Minnesota?
28 and 25 points in his two games. And shooting pretty well from three point.
But excellent list!
minnesota was eliminated yesterday by Florida
This has nothing to do with draft prospectus by the way, just ranking em as if the NBA didnt exist!
Ben McLemore #3 after his performance so far this tournament is unjustified to say the least. 0-9 shooting against UNC. He has been the biggest no-show disappointment so far this March.
For Florida, Erik Murphy should be ahead of Patric Young because of his consistency and floor spreading ability.
Ryan Kelly is ranked to high as well considering what he has done in the tournament as well.
Mitch McGary and Adreian Payne should both be a bit higher on this list considering some dominant performances. Both should be above E.J. Singler who has not been better than Arsalan Kazemi or Damyean Dotson.
Good list but some Rearrangements are definitely in order.
What I don't understand is that it seems like Oladipo being the best player in college basketball is accepted at this point, but then why is he not even in consideration for the #1 pick? Is it because he doesn't have a "body you can dream on"? What tangible reason would any of Ben McLemore, Bazz, Porter, Smart possess that make up for their lack of talent compared to Oladipo?