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Big 12, Big East and Big Ten player ratings, through Dec. 10

December 11, 2011 Columns No Comments

Which conference reigns supreme after six weeks into the season?

If the average Total Impact Quotient means anything, the Big 12 and Big Ten have a slight edge over the Big East. Our player rating system credits players for all the various contributions they make during a game, such as points scored, assists, blocks, steals, etc. The Big 12 and Big Ten players average 24.1 points per game, with the Big East not far behind at 23.9 points per game. All three conferences are a cut above the ACC, Pac-12 and SEC, which we critiqued last week.

Although the Big 12 and Big Ten have the slight edge, the Big East has the most productive player of any power conference team. Pittsburgh’s Travon Woodall has been in beast mode all season, at least until a groin injury and abdominal tear forced Woodall to the sidelines for one month. That’s about the only thing that’s been able to stop Woodall, who is shooting 52 percent from the field, 46 percent from 3-point range and 85 percent from the free throw line.

In addition to scoring at a very efficient rate, Woodall has been one of the best floor leaders in Division I thus far, averaging 8.3 apg. The cherry on top is Woodall’s 3.4 rpg. He’s got four double-doubles already this season, coming three rebounds short of a triple-double in the Panthers’ 86-78 win against Rider in the second game of the season.

Let’s take a look at the top 10 most productive players for each conference, ranked by TIQ per 40 minutes. Here are the conference averages.

Big 12 = 24.1
Big East = 23.9
Big Ten = 24.1

Big 12

Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. (D-1 Adjusted) % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Pierre Jackson Baylor 38.3 57.1 21.9
Kevin Young Kansas 38.2 20.3 7.7
Marcus Denmon Missouri 37.1 77.5 28.7
Royce White Iowa State 36.6 80.8 29.5
Thomas Robinson Kansas 36.3 78.9 28.7
Perry Jones III Baylor 35.9 21.4 7.7
J’Covan Brown Texas 35.7 84.2 30.0
Ricardo Ratliffe Missouri 35.1 59.4 20.9
Steven Pledger Oklahoma 34.7 62.2 21.6
Myck Kabongo Texas 34.5 70.3 24.2

Big East

Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. (D-1 Adjusted) % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Travon Woodall Pittsburgh 44.4 55.8 24.8
Henry Sims Georgetown 44.0 57.2 25.2
Herb Pope Seton Hall 41.6 81.7 33.9
Lamar Patterson Pittsburgh 38.1 50.8 19.4
Dion Waiters Syracuse 37.9 53.5 20.3
Jae Crowder Marquette 36.3 70.6 25.6
Kevin Jones West Virginia 36.3 89.7 32.6
Shabazz Napier Connecticut 36.3 90.0 32.7
Scoop Jardine Syracuse 35.7 51.0 18.2
Ryan Boatright Connecticut 35.3 25.8 9.1

 

Big Ten

Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. (D-1 Adjusted) % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Jared Sullinger Ohio State 42.9 57.2 24.6
Tim Frazier Penn State 41.8 88.2 36.8
Draymond Green Michigan State 37.1 80.8 30.0
J.D. Weatherspoon Ohio State 35.4 16.4 5.8
Jordan Taylor Wisconsin 35.0 85.0 29.7
Trevor Mbakwe Minnesota 34.0 45.7 15.5
Ryan Evans Wisconsin 34.0 67.0 22.8
Cody Zeller Indiana 33.5 70.6 23.7
Ralph Sampson III Minnesota 33.2 36.6 12.1
Aaron Craft Ohio State 32.8 74.2 24.3

 

Now that’s take a closer look at production based on playing time. For this, we’re labeling players who play at least 80 percent of his team’s possible minutes as Heavy Usage guys. Players who log 60-80 percent of their team’s minutes are in the Major Contributors category, while everyone else qualifies for In the Rotation.

 

Big 12

HEAVY USAGE

Player Team TIQ % Minutes Played
Royce White Iowa State 36.6 80.8
J’Covan Brown Texas 35.7 84.2

MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS

Player Team TIQ % Minutes Played
Marcus Denmon Missouri 37.1 77.5
Thomas Robinson Kansas 36.3 78.9
Steven Pledger Oklahoma 34.7 62.2
Myck Kabongo Texas 34.6 70.3
Phil Pressey Missouri 31.2 73.1

IN THE ROTATION

Player Team TIQ % Minutes Played
Pierre Jackson Baylor 38.3 57.1
Kevin Young Kansas 38.2 20.3
Perry Jones III Baylor 35.9 21.4
Ricardo Ratliffe Missouri 35.1 59.4
Quincy Miller Baylor 31.7 58.6

Big East

HEAVY USAGE

Player Team TIQ % Minutes Played
Herb Pope Seton Hall 41.6 81.7
Kevin Jones West Virginia 36.3 89.7
Shabazz Napier Connecticut 36.3 90.0
Maalik Wayns Villanova 34.9 84.2
Jordan Theodore Seton Hall 33.3 90.0

MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS

Player Team TIQ % Minutes Played
Jae Crowder Marquette 36.3 70.6
Nasir Robinson Pittsburgh 33.3 76.3
Darius Johnson-Odom Marquette 33.1 74.4
Brandon Young DePaul 32.8 76.4
Hollis Thompson Georgetown 32.7 71.1

IN THE ROTATION

Player Team TIQ % Minutes Played
Travon Woodall Pittsburgh 44.4 55.8
Henry Sims Georgetown 44.0 57.2
Lamar Patterson Pittsburgh 38.1 50.8
Dion Waiters Syracuse 37.9 53.5
Scoop Jardine Syracuse 35.7 51.0

 

Big Ten

HEAVY USAGE

Player Team TIQ % Minutes Played
Tim Frazier Penn State 41.8 88.2
Draymond Green Michigan State 37.1 80.8
Jordan Taylor Wisconsin 35.0 85.0
Drew Crawford Northwestern 32.1 81.3
John Shurna Northwestern 32.0 84.4

MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS

Player Team TIQ % Minutes Played
Ryan Evans Wisconsin 34.0 67.0
Cody Zeller Indiana 33.5 70.6
Aaron Craft Ohio State 32.8 74.2
Robbie Hummel Purdue 32.6 78.6
Meyers Leonard Illinois 32.5 65.3

IN THE ROTATION

Player Team TIQ % Minutes Played
Jared Sullinger Ohio State 42.9 57.2
J.D. Weatherspoon Ohio State 35.4 16.4
Trevor Mbakwe Minnesota 34.0 45.7
Ralph Sampson III Minnesota 33.2 36.6
Nick Fruendt Northwestern 31.7 12.8

 

And here’s the full TIQ player ratings for the Big 12, Big East and Big Ten. The TIQ listings are sorted by team and Real TIQ per Game.

 

Big 12

Team Year Position Player TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Baylor Jr. G Pierre Jackson 38.3 57.1 21.9
Baylor Sr. F Quincy Acy 29.2 72.5 21.2
Baylor Fr. F Quincy Miller 31.7 58.6 18.6
Baylor Sr. F Anthony Jones 23.5 65.0 15.3
Baylor Jr. G A.J. Walton 26.7 56.4 15.1
Baylor So. F Cory Jefferson 30.1 45.7 13.8
Baylor So. G Brady Heslip 18.9 62.1 11.7
Baylor Fr. G Deuce Bello 23.9 32.9 7.9
Baylor So. C Perry Jones III 35.9 21.4 7.7
Baylor Sr. F Fred Ellis 21.4 26.1 5.6
Iowa State So. F Royce White 36.6 80.8 29.5
Iowa State Sr. G Chris Allen 26.6 73.0 19.4
Iowa State Jr. G Chris Babb 24.8 78.3 19.4
Iowa State Sr. G Scott Christopherson 18.7 70.5 13.2
Iowa State Jr. G Tyrus McGee 27.3 47.5 13.0
Iowa State So. F Melvin Ejim 23.2 53.3 12.4
Iowa State So. G Bubu Palo 25.1 40.3 10.1
Iowa State Fr. C Percy Gibson 27.9 23.8 6.6
Iowa State Jr. F Anthony Booker 20.1 25.0 5.0
Kansas Jr. F Thomas Robinson 36.3 78.9 28.7
Kansas Sr. G Tyshawn Taylor 25.6 81.4 20.8
Kansas Jr. G Elijah Johnson 21.3 76.7 16.4
Kansas Jr. C Jeff Withey 27.3 56.1 15.3
Kansas Jr. G Travis Releford 18.5 75.0 13.9
Kansas Sr. G Conner Teahan 19.4 53.3 10.4
Kansas Jr. F Kevin Young 38.2 20.3 7.7
Kansas So. F Justin Wesley 13.7 34.7 4.8
Kansas Fr. G Naadier Tharpe 11.9 19.2 2.3
Kansas State Fr. F Thomas Gipson 31.1 59.2 18.4
Kansas State So. G Will Spradling 22.4 76.3 17.0
Kansas State Jr. C Jordan Henriquez 27.7 56.7 15.7
Kansas State So. F Shane Southwell 22.5 68.8 15.5
Kansas State Jr. G Martavious Irving 22.5 55.0 12.4
Kansas State Sr. F Jamar Samuels 28.5 41.3 11.8
Kansas State Fr. G Angel Rodriguez 21.1 41.7 8.8
Kansas State Jr. G Rodney McGruder 10.8 80.4 8.7
Kansas State Jr. G Jeremy Jones 21.6 11.7 2.5
Missouri Sr. G Marcus Denmon 37.1 77.5 28.7
Missouri So. G Phil Pressey 31.2 73.1 22.8
Missouri Sr. G Kim English 27.0 78.6 21.2
Missouri Sr. F Ricardo Ratliffe 35.1 59.4 20.9
Missouri Jr. G Michael Dixon 27.0 65.8 17.8
Missouri Sr. G Matt Pressey 21.2 66.4 14.1
Missouri Sr. C Steve Moore 23.9 40.3 9.6
Missouri Fr. F Kadeem Green 17.8 23.9 4.3
Oklahoma Jr. G Steven Pledger 34.7 62.2 21.6
Oklahoma Jr. F Romero Osby 30.0 65.9 19.8
Oklahoma Jr. G Sam Grooms 25.2 73.4 18.5
Oklahoma Jr. F Andrew Fitzgerald 26.9 60.9 16.4
Oklahoma So. F Cameron Clark 26.2 60.6 15.9
Oklahoma So. F Tyler Neal 27.9 42.5 11.8
Oklahoma So. G Calvin Newell 31.2 30.6 9.6
Oklahoma Jr. G Carl Blair 24.9 37.2 9.3
Oklahoma Sr. F C.J. Washington 27.3 23.8 6.5
Oklahoma Jr. F Casey Arent 15.6 25.3 3.9
Oklahoma Sr. F Barry Honore 16.3 10.9 1.8
Oklahoma State So. G Markel Brown 26.2 73.3 19.2
Oklahoma State Jr. F J.P. Olukemi 24.1 58.9 14.2
Oklahoma State Fr. F Le’Bryan Nash 21.0 63.6 13.3
Oklahoma State Sr. G Keiton Page 17.7 68.3 12.1
Oklahoma State Fr. G Cezar Guerrero 22.9 45.0 10.3
Oklahoma State Jr. C Philip Jurick 21.0 46.7 9.8
Oklahoma State Jr. G Reger Dowell 18.5 48.6 9.0
Oklahoma State Fr. F Michael Cobbins 20.0 42.2 8.4
Oklahoma State So. G Fred Gulley 21.9 36.4 8.0
Oklahoma State Fr. G Brian Williams 21.2 22.8 4.8
Texas Jr. G J’Covan Brown 35.7 84.2 30.0
Texas Fr. G Myck Kabongo 34.5 70.3 24.2
Texas Fr. F Jonathan Holmes 27.5 56.1 15.5
Texas Fr. G Sheldon McClellan 24.5 62.2 15.3
Texas Sr. F Alexis Wangmene 21.5 65.6 14.1
Texas Fr. G Julien Lewis 21.8 63.6 13.9
Texas Sr. F Clint Chapman 21.9 44.7 9.8
Texas Fr. F Jaylen Bond 20.0 34.4 6.9
Texas Fr. G Sterling Gibbs 17.3 23.1 4.0
Texas A&M Jr. G Elston Turner 27.4 73.3 20.1
Texas A&M Jr. F Ray Turner 30.1 60.0 18.0
Texas A&M Sr. F David Loubeau 24.8 60.3 15.0
Texas A&M Sr. G Dash Harris 22.3 64.2 14.3
Texas A&M Fr. G Jordan Green 25.1 48.3 12.1
Texas A&M Fr. G Jamal Branch 24.4 48.1 11.7
Texas A&M So. F Kourtney Roberson 25.8 29.2 7.5
Texas A&M So. F Keith Davis 18.4 38.3 7.0
Texas A&M Jr. G Naji Hibbert 14.4 39.7 5.7
Texas A&M Fr. F Daniel Alexander 23.0 11.7 2.7
Texas A&M Sr. G Zach Kinsley 15.7 15.0 2.4
Texas Tech Fr. F Jordan Tolbert 30.9 51.3 15.8
Texas Tech Fr. G Toddrick Gotcher 19.0 82.5 15.7
Texas Tech Jr. G Ty Nurse 15.3 79.4 12.2
Texas Tech So. G Javarez Willis 18.4 59.1 10.9
Texas Tech So. F Jaye Crockett 20.9 50.0 10.5
Texas Tech Sr. C Robert Lewandowski 14.1 66.3 9.3
Texas Tech Fr. G Terran Petteway 18.5 34.7 6.4
Texas Tech So. F Jaron Nash 21.1 28.1 5.9
Texas Tech Fr. G DeShon Minnis 16.2 28.4 4.6
Texas Tech Fr. G Kevin Wagner 15.4 17.2 2.6

Big East

Team Year Position Player TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Cincinnati Sr. F Yancy Gates 27.9 85.9 23.9
Cincinnati Jr. G Cashmere Wright 25.1 80.3 20.2
Cincinnati So. G Sean Kilpatrick 22.6 88.1 19.9
Cincinnati Sr. G Dion Dixon 23.2 83.4 19.3
Cincinnati So. F Justin Jackson 19.5 66.3 12.9
Cincinnati Fr. C Cheikh Mbodj 19.1 25.6 4.9
Cincinnati Fr. G Ge’Lawn Guyn 14.0 28.8 4.0
Cincinnati Fr. F Kelvin Gaines 14.5 13.4 1.9
Cincinnati Fr. F Jermaine Sanders 8.5 16.9 1.4
Connecticut So. G Shabazz Napier 36.3 90.0 32.7
Connecticut So. G Jeremy Lamb 30.6 93.1 28.5
Connecticut So. F Tyler Olander 26.8 67.2 18.0
Connecticut Fr. C Andre Drummond 25.3 56.7 14.4
Connecticut Jr. F Alex Oriakhi 25.2 50.0 12.6
Connecticut Fr. F DeAndre Daniels 20.5 52.8 10.8
Connecticut Fr. G Ryan Boatright 35.3 25.8 9.1
Connecticut So. F Roscoe Smith 12.9 47.8 6.2
Connecticut So. F Niels Giffey 19.3 18.6 3.6
DePaul So. G Brandon Young 32.8 76.4 25.0
DePaul So. F Cleveland Melvin 26.1 80.6 21.0
DePaul Sr. G Jeremiah Kelly 23.5 78.1 18.4
DePaul Sr. C Krys Faber 18.8 65.8 12.4
DePaul Fr. G Charles McKinney 20.9 50.3 10.5
DePaul So. G Moses Morgan 20.6 50.3 10.4
DePaul Jr. G Worrel Ciahar 25.5 35.0 8.9
DePaul Fr. F Jamee Crockett 26.1 29.7 7.7
DePaul Fr. F Derrell Robertson Jr. 10.8 25.3 2.7
Georgetown Sr. C Henry Sims 44.0 57.2 25.2
Georgetown Jr. G Hollis Thompson 32.7 71.1 23.3
Georgetown Sr. G Jason Clark 27.7 72.2 20.0
Georgetown Fr. F Otto Porter 27.3 68.1 18.6
Georgetown So. F Nate Lubick 27.7 52.5 14.5
Georgetown So. G Markel Starks 17.7 61.1 10.8
Georgetown Fr. F Greg Whittington 15.9 47.2 7.5
Georgetown Fr. G Jabril Trawick 19.0 35.3 6.7
Georgetown Fr. F Mikael Hopkins 25.5 20.3 5.2
Georgetown Fr. F Aaron Bowen 13.4 10.8 1.5
Louisville So. F Gorgui Dieng 30.7 70.3 21.6
Louisville Sr. G Kyle Kuric 22.9 86.9 20.0
Louisville Sr. G Chris Smith 27.6 71.7 19.8
Louisville Jr. G Peyton Siva 31.6 60.0 19.0
Louisville Fr. F Chane Behanan 27.2 61.9 16.8
Louisville Jr. F Jared Swopshire 23.5 46.9 11.0
Louisville So. G Russ Smith 26.2 40.3 10.5
Louisville So. G Elisha Justice 15.3 18.3 2.8
Louisville So. G Tim Henderson 18.9 12.5 2.4
Louisville Fr. F Zach Price 13.6 11.4 1.5
Marquette Sr. F Jae Crowder 36.3 70.6 25.6
Marquette Sr. G Darius Johnson-Odom 33.1 74.4 24.6
Marquette So. G Vander Blue 30.6 67.8 20.7
Marquette Jr. G Junior Cadougan 28.6 57.5 16.4
Marquette Fr. G Todd Mayo 28.7 45.6 13.1
Marquette So. C Davante Gardner 29.6 39.4 11.7
Marquette So. F Jamil Wilson 20.0 38.3 7.7
Marquette Jr. C Chris Otule 19.1 39.4 7.5
Marquette So. F Jamail Jones 18.3 27.5 5.0
Marquette Fr. G Derrick Wilson 14.4 35.0 5.0
Notre Dame So. G Jerian Grant 29.0 82.0 23.8
Notre Dame So. G Eric Atkins 22.4 74.1 16.6
Notre Dame Jr. F Jack Cooley 32.0 49.3 15.8
Notre Dame Fr. G Pat Connaughton 20.8 62.7 13.1
Notre Dame So. G Alex Dragicevich 22.9 52.7 12.1
Notre Dame Sr. G Scott Martin 17.2 68.2 11.7
Notre Dame Jr. G Joey Brooks 21.3 46.1 9.8
Notre Dame Jr. F Tom Knight 24.1 25.5 6.1
Notre Dame Jr. F Mike Broghammer 27.6 20.2 5.6
Pittsburgh Sr. G Ashton Gibbs 32.9 87.8 28.9
Pittsburgh Sr. F Nasir Robinson 33.3 76.3 25.4
Pittsburgh Jr. G Travon Woodall 44.4 55.8 24.8
Pittsburgh So. F Lamar Patterson 38.1 50.8 19.4
Pittsburgh Jr. F Dante Taylor 29.7 45.3 13.4
Pittsburgh Fr. F Khem Birch 26.7 37.5 10.0
Pittsburgh So. F Talib Zanna 25.3 39.5 10.0
Pittsburgh So. F J.J. Moore 27.5 35.3 9.7
Pittsburgh Fr. G John Johnson 25.9 33.8 8.7
Pittsburgh Fr. G Cameron Wright 15.8 32.0 5.0
Providence Jr. G Vincent Council 31.6 93.9 29.7
Providence So. G Gerard Coleman 25.7 84.3 21.7
Providence Fr. F LaDontae Henton 22.9 91.4 21.0
Providence So. G Bryce Cotton 21.6 93.2 20.2
Providence Fr. F Brice Kofane 16.1 44.8 7.2
Providence Jr. F Bilal Dixon 20.0 34.3 6.9
Providence So. F Ron Giplaye 21.4 20.9 4.5
Providence So. F Lee Goldsbrough 15.7 28.4 4.5
Rutgers So. F Gilvydas Biruta 28.6 64.2 18.4
Rutgers Jr. F Dane Miller 24.3 65.8 16.0
Rutgers Fr. G Myles Mack 24.7 60.0 14.8
Rutgers Fr. G Jerome Seagears 24.5 56.1 13.8
Rutgers Fr. G Eli Carter 22.9 57.8 13.2
Rutgers So. G Mike Poole 24.5 52.2 12.8
Rutgers Jr. C Austin Johnson 16.2 52.2 8.5
Rutgers Fr. G Malick Kone 25.7 28.9 7.4
Rutgers So. G Austin Carroll 18.5 27.5 5.1
Rutgers Fr. F Derrick Randall 13.2 21.4 2.8
Seton Hall Sr. F Herb Pope 41.6 81.7 33.9
Seton Hall Sr. G Jordan Theodore 33.3 90.0 30.0
Seton Hall So. G Fuquan Edwin 24.4 85.0 20.8
Seton Hall So. F Patrik Auda 19.1 69.4 13.3
Seton Hall Fr. G Aaron Cosby 14.4 76.4 11.0
Seton Hall Fr. G Haralds Karlis 14.7 58.1 8.5
Seton Hall Fr. G Freddie Wilson 14.6 14.2 2.1
Seton Hall So. F Aaron Geramipoor 9.8 21.1 2.1
South Florida Sr. C Ron Anderson Jr. 25.1 74.7 18.7
South Florida Jr. F Toarlyn Fitzpatrick 27.1 61.1 16.6
South Florida So. F Victor Rudd 19.1 84.4 16.1
South Florida Sr. G Hugh Robertson 20.6 63.9 13.2
South Florida So. G Blake Nash 20.6 59.7 12.3
South Florida Sr. F Augustus Gilchrist 23.0 49.7 11.5
South Florida Fr. G Anthony Collins 29.5 30.6 9.0
South Florida So. G LaVonte Dority 20.0 37.8 7.6
South Florida Jr. G Shaun Noriega 13.2 43.1 5.7
St. John’s Fr. G Moe Harkless 26.6 84.2 22.4
St. John’s So. G Nurideen Lindsey 23.3 73.9 17.2
St. John’s Fr. F God’sgift Achiuwa 21.0 81.7 17.1
St. John’s Fr. G D’Angelo Harrison 20.6 80.3 16.6
St. John’s Fr. G Sir’Dominic Pointer 17.7 65.6 11.6
St. John’s Fr. G Phil Greene 16.2 64.7 10.5
St. John’s Jr. G Malik Stith 16.1 46.9 7.6
Syracuse Sr. F Kris Joseph 29.6 71.8 21.2
Syracuse So. G Dion Waiters 37.9 53.5 20.3
Syracuse Jr. G Brandon Triche 32.0 57.3 18.3
Syracuse Sr. G Scoop Jardine 35.7 51.0 18.2
Syracuse So. F C.J. Fair 23.9 59.8 14.3
Syracuse Jr. G James Southerland 34.6 39.3 13.6
Syracuse So. C Fab Melo 22.8 55.8 12.7
Syracuse Fr. G Michael Carter-Williams 33.6 30.8 10.3
Syracuse So. C Baye Moussa Keita 22.3 30.5 6.8
Syracuse Fr. F Rakeem Christmas 18.0 34.3 6.2
Villanova Jr. G Maalik Wayns 34.9 84.2 29.4
Villanova Jr. C Mouphtaou Yarou 32.2 71.7 23.1
Villanova Jr. F Dominic Cheek 23.6 76.7 18.1
Villanova So. F James Bell 22.4 64.4 14.4
Villanova Fr. G Darrun Hilliard 19.0 69.2 13.1
Villanova Fr. F JayVaughn Pinkston 17.4 50.3 8.8
Villanova Fr. F Markus Kennedy 25.7 25.3 6.5
Villanova Fr. G Achraf Yacoubou 13.3 30.8 4.1
Villanova Jr. F Maurice Sutton 20.5 15.3 3.1
Villanova Fr. G Ty Johnson 16.8 17.8 3.0
West Virginia Sr. F Kevin Jones 36.3 89.7 32.6
West Virginia Sr. G Darryl Bryant 26.8 84.7 22.7
West Virginia Fr. G Jabarie Hinds 28.5 65.9 18.8
West Virginia Jr. C Deniz Kilicli 27.6 67.5 18.6
West Virginia Fr. G Gary Browne 26.3 57.8 15.2
West Virginia Fr. F Aaron Brown 19.4 43.4 8.4
West Virginia Fr. F Kevin Noreen 21.6 24.7 5.3
West Virginia Fr. F Keaton Miles 11.4 39.4 4.5
West Virginia Fr. F Pat Forsythe 15.3 20.9 3.2

 

Big Ten

Team Year Position Player TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Illinois So. C Meyers Leonard 32.5 65.3 21.2
Illinois Jr. G Brandon Paul 26.9 70.0 18.8
Illinois Sr. G Sam Maniscalco 28.0 66.1 18.5
Illinois Jr. G D.J. Richardson 24.3 76.1 18.5
Illinois Jr. F Tyler Griffey 22.2 59.7 13.3
Illinois Fr. G Tracy Abrams 19.0 40.6 7.7
Illinois So. G Joseph Bertrand 24.9 30.6 7.6
Illinois Fr. F Nnanna Egwu 20.1 30.6 6.2
Illinois Fr. F Mike Shaw 11.7 26.1 3.1
Indiana Fr. F Cody Zeller 33.5 70.6 23.7
Indiana Jr. G Jordan Hulls 26.6 73.1 19.4
Indiana So. G Victor Oladipo 31.1 60.0 18.7
Indiana Sr. G Verdell Jones III 25.2 65.0 16.3
Indiana Jr. F Christian Watford 26.0 61.1 15.9
Indiana So. F Will Sheehey 29.5 50.0 14.8
Indiana Jr. F Derek Elston 28.5 30.8 8.8
Indiana Sr. G Daniel Moore 21.0 18.1 3.8
Indiana Fr. G Remy Abell 23.7 15.0 3.6
Indiana Sr. G Matt Roth 23.5 14.4 3.4
Indiana Sr. F Tom Pritchard 12.9 24.4 3.1
Iowa Sr. G Matt Gatens 23.7 79.3 18.7
Iowa So. G Roy Devyn Marble 29.7 60.0 17.8
Iowa Jr. G Eric May 24.7 51.8 12.8
Iowa So. F Zach McCabe 24.5 50.0 12.2
Iowa Sr. G Bryce Cartwright 24.0 50.8 12.2
Iowa So. F Melsahn Basabe 21.3 55.0 11.7
Iowa Fr. G Josh Oglesby 23.2 45.8 10.6
Iowa Fr. F Aaron White 25.6 40.5 10.4
Iowa Sr. F Andrew Brommer 19.6 24.3 4.8
Iowa Sr. F Devon Archie 18.0 18.8 3.4
Michigan So. G Tim Hardaway Jr. 27.9 79.7 22.2
Michigan Fr. G Trey Burke 27.3 81.4 22.2
Michigan Sr. G Zack Novak 22.6 82.5 18.7
Michigan So. F Evan Smotrycz 28.9 58.6 17.0
Michigan Sr. G Stu Douglass 20.6 64.7 13.3
Michigan So. F Jordan Morgan 20.5 52.2 10.7
Michigan So. F Jon Horford 24.9 26.9 6.7
Michigan Jr. G Matt Vogrich 10.0 26.4 2.6
Michigan State Sr. F Draymond Green 37.1 80.8 30.0
Michigan State So. G Keith Appling 27.9 69.0 19.3
Michigan State Sr. G Brandon Wood 26.5 61.0 16.1
Michigan State Fr. F Branden Dawson 25.0 51.8 13.0
Michigan State So. F Adreian Payne 28.4 44.3 12.6
Michigan State Jr. C Derrick Nix 27.2 45.0 12.2
Michigan State Fr. G Travis Trice 23.0 51.0 11.8
Michigan State Sr. F Austin Thornton 21.9 42.0 9.2
Michigan State Fr. G Russell Byrd 20.7 18.5 3.8
Michigan State Fr. F Alex Gauna 19.5 15.8 3.1
Michigan State Fr. G Brandan Kearney 16.8 15.3 2.6
Minnesota Jr. F Rodney Williams 28.0 72.5 20.3
Minnesota Jr. G Julian Welch 27.5 57.0 15.7
Minnesota Sr. F Trevor Mbakwe 34.0 45.7 15.5
Minnesota So. G Austin Hollins 24.1 64.1 15.4
Minnesota Sr. C Ralph Sampson III 33.2 36.6 12.1
Minnesota Fr. G Andre Hollins 23.0 41.6 9.6
Minnesota So. G Chip Armelin 23.9 40.0 9.6
Minnesota So. G Maverick Ahanmisi 24.9 35.0 8.7
Minnesota Fr. C Elliott Eliason 22.8 35.2 8.0
Minnesota Fr. G Joe Coleman 25.5 21.6 5.5
Minnesota Fr. F Oto Osenieks 17.8 29.5 5.3
Minnesota Jr. F Andre Ingram 13.8 17.5 2.4
Nebraska Sr. G Bo Spencer 31.1 85.3 26.5
Nebraska Jr. C Jorge Brian Diaz 22.0 75.3 16.5
Nebraska Jr. G Dylan Talley 28.7 54.7 15.7
Nebraska Sr. G Brandon Richardson 21.4 70.0 15.0
Nebraska Jr. F Brandon Ubel 19.9 73.1 14.6
Nebraska Sr. G Caleb Walker 22.0 56.9 12.5
Nebraska Sr. F Toney McCray 20.3 52.5 10.7
Nebraska Fr. F David Rivers 15.9 19.4 3.1
Nebraska Jr. C Christopher Niemann 4.7 12.5 0.6
Northwestern Sr. F John Shurna 32.0 84.4 27.0
Northwestern Jr. G Drew Crawford 32.1 81.3 26.1
Northwestern Fr. G Dave Sobolewski 22.9 79.4 18.2
Northwestern Jr. G Alex Marcotullio 28.6 40.3 11.5
Northwestern Sr. F Luka Mirkovic 20.2 54.4 11.0
Northwestern Jr. G Reggie Hearn 19.2 53.4 10.3
Northwestern Sr. F Davide Curletti 18.9 44.7 8.4
Northwestern So. G JerShon Cobb 19.9 20.9 4.2
Northwestern Sr. G Nick Fruendt 31.7 12.8 4.1
Northwestern Fr. G Tre Demps 11.3 17.8 2.0
Ohio State Sr. G William Buford 31.4 79.2 24.9
Ohio State So. F Jared Sullinger 42.9 57.2 24.6
Ohio State So. G Aaron Craft 32.8 74.2 24.3
Ohio State So. F Deshaun Thomas 24.9 66.9 16.7
Ohio State So. G Lenzelle Smith Jr. 26.0 53.3 13.9
Ohio State Jr. F Evan Ravenel 26.1 35.0 9.2
Ohio State So. G Jordan Sibert 17.3 41.7 7.2
Ohio State Fr. F Sam Thompson 29.0 21.9 6.4
Ohio State Fr. G Shannon Scott 23.2 27.2 6.3
Ohio State So. F J.D. Weatherspoon 35.4 16.4 5.8
Ohio State Fr. F Amir Williams 18.1 20.6 3.7
Penn State Jr. G Tim Frazier 41.8 88.2 36.8
Penn State Sr. G Cammeron Woodyard 19.1 63.9 12.2
Penn State So. G Jermaine Marshall 23.5 50.7 11.9
Penn State Jr. F Billy Oliver 17.2 63.9 11.0
Penn State Fr. F Ross Travis 22.2 47.3 10.5
Penn State So. G Matt Glover 16.1 57.7 9.3
Penn State So. F Sasa Borovnjak 17.0 47.0 8.0
Penn State Fr. G Trey Lewis 17.1 44.1 7.5
Penn State Fr. F Jonathan Graham 18.5 22.5 4.2
Penn State Jr. G Nick Colella 8.6 10.7 0.9
Purdue Sr. F Robbie Hummel 32.6 78.6 25.6
Purdue Sr. G Lewis Jackson 32.2 65.2 21.0
Purdue Jr. G Kelsey Barlow 27.7 59.8 16.5
Purdue Sr. G Ryne Smith 23.9 67.3 16.1
Purdue So. G Terone Johnson 24.6 51.4 12.6
Purdue Fr. G Anthony Johnson 24.2 43.6 10.6
Purdue Fr. F Jacob Lawson 21.5 36.6 7.9
Purdue So. F Travis Carroll 17.0 38.6 6.6
Purdue So. F Sandi Marcius 17.0 26.1 4.4
Purdue Jr. G D.J. Byrd 17.6 25.0 4.4
Wisconsin Sr. G Jordan Taylor 35.0 85.0 29.7
Wisconsin Jr. F Ryan Evans 34.0 67.0 22.8
Wisconsin Jr. F Jared Berggren 31.8 66.3 21.0
Wisconsin So. G Ben Brust 30.0 64.5 19.3
Wisconsin So. G Josh Gasser 23.1 74.8 17.3
Wisconsin Jr. F Mike Bruesewitz 24.6 62.8 15.4
Wisconsin Fr. F Frank Kaminksy 29.3 22.8 6.7
Wisconsin Sr. G Rob Wilson 19.9 25.8 5.1
Wisconsin Fr. G Traevon Jackson 19.4 13.5 2.6

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