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ACC, Pac-12 and SEC player ratings, through Jan. 1

January 4, 2012 Columns No Comments
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Quick — who’s having the better season so far: North Carolina State’s Lorenzo Brown or North Carolina’s Harrison Barnes? What about Vanderbilt’s John Jenkins or Florida’s Patric Young? Or Oregon State’s Jared Cunningham vs. Washington’s Tony Wroten?

If all you do is look up the scoring averages of each player, you’ll come up with an oversimplified — and probably wrong — answer for each comparison. That’s the limitation of using scoring averages as a measure of a player’s productivity. And that’s where the Total Impact Quotient can reveal far more relevant information by estimating the total points that a player contributes on offense and defense. You can find out more details about the TIQ system if you’re interested.

Meanwhile, based on the TIQ, the answers are the opposite of what you might think: Brown bests Barnes, Young passes Jenkins, and Wroten makes his mark ahead of Cunningham. Read more about these players and find out why less frequent scorers can be clearly more productive on the court.

For now, let’s get to the stats. Here’s the average TIQ per 40 minutes for each of the three conferences.

ACC = 22.7 points
Pac 12 = 21.5 points
SEC = 22.9 points

In comparison to Dec. 4, the ACC has jumped up by 1.5 points, a noteworthy improvement. The Pac-12 remains nearly identical, while the SEC dipped by 0.6 points. That’s not terribly surprising, with the bottom teams in the SEC bringing down the cream of the crop, like Kentucky, Florida and Alabama.

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.

These statistics are for games played through Sunday Jan. 1.

ACC

Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Mike Scott Virginia 39.8 71.5 28.5
Reggie Johnson Miami 37.0 18.1 6.7
Quinn Cook Duke 36.2 28.8 10.4
Lorenzo Brown North Carolina State 36.1 82.5 29.8
John Henson North Carolina 35.7 68.8 24.6
Richard Howell North Carolina State 34.6 66.4 23.0
Tyler Zeller North Carolina 33.8 64.3 21.7
Glen Rice Jr. Georgia Tech 33.3 57.9 19.2
Kendall Marshall North Carolina 33.0 76.0 25.1
Darion Atkins Virginia 31.8 13.7 4.3

 

Pac-12

Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Jorge Gutierrez California 34.2 68.8 23.6
Andre Roberson Colorado 33.3 72.5 24.1
Solomon Hill Arizona 32.7 77.7 25.4
Tony Wroten Washington 32.3 68.3 22.1
Roberto Nelson Oregon State 31.5 50.0 15.8
Joshua Smith UCLA 31.0 45.2 14.0
Justin Cobbs California 30.8 73.3 22.6
Josh Watkins Utah 30.6 69.2 21.2
Devon Collier Oregon State 30.0 64.5 19.3
Lazeric Jones UCLA 29.9 79.1 23.6

 

SEC

Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
JaMychal Green Alabama 36.3 53.5 19.4
Trae Golden Tennessee 35.7 73.8 26.4
Anthony Davis Kentucky 35.4 71.1 25.2
Erving Walker Florida 33.9 75.2 25.5
Arnett Moultrie Mississippi State 33.6 66.5 22.4
Kenny Boynton Florida 32.8 79.8 26.2
Yemi Makanjuola Tennessee 32.6 20.8 6.8
Gerald Robinson Georgia 32.4 65.4 21.2
Patric Young Florida 32.0 67.7 21.7
Jeffery Taylor Vanderbilt 31.4 78.1 24.5

 

Here are some of the top players from each conference based on percent minutes played. Players who log at least 80 percent of the possible minutes are basically playing more than 30 minutes per game and remaining very productive throughout that playing time. We’re calling those Heavy Usage players. For guys who play 60 to 80 percent of the game, we’re calling them Major Contributors. And we’ll use the designation “In the Rotation” for players logging 40 to 60 percent of his team’s minutes.

In some cases, a player hasn’t logged a high percentage of his team’s possible minutes because of injury or suspension. That should change throughout the season if the player continues to put up big minutes.

 

ACC

Heavy Usage


Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played
Lorenzo Brown North Carolina State 36.1 82.5
Andre Young Clemson 26.7 88.6
Durand Scott Miami 26.1 86.5
Major Contributors
Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played
Mike Scott Virginia 39.8 71.5
John Henson North Carolina 35.7 68.8
Richard Howell North Carolina State 34.6 66.4
Tyler Zeller North Carolina 33.8 64.3
Kendall Marshall North Carolina 33.0 76.0
In the Rotation
Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played
Reggie Johnson Miami 37.0 18.1
Quinn Cook Duke 36.2 28.8
Glen Rice Jr. Georgia Tech 33.3 57.9
Darion Atkins Virginia 31.8 13.7
P.J. Hairston North Carolina 30.5 32.3
Reggie Bullock North Carolina 29.6 45.3

 

 

Pac-12

Heavy Usage


Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played
Allen Crabbe California 28.9 81.0
Jared Cunningham Oregon State 27.7 81.3
Keala King Arizona State 26.8 81.5
Major Contributors
Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played
Jorge Gutierrez California 34.2 68.8
Andre Roberson Colorado 33.3 72.5
Solomon Hill Arizona 32.7 77.7
Tony Wroten Washington 32.3 68.3
Justin Cobbs California 30.8 73.3
In the Rotation
Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played
Roberto Nelson Oregon State 31.5 50.0
Joshua Smith UCLA 31.0 45.2
Patrick Simon Washington State 28.3 14.1
Eric Moreland Oregon State 26.8 41.1
Brendan Lane UCLA 26.5 11.6

 

SEC

Heavy Usage


Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played
Tony Mitchell Alabama 30.7 81.7
Dee Bost Mississippi State 30.2 85.2
Brad Beal Florida 26.9 85.0
Major Contributors
Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played
Trae Golden Tennessee 35.7 73.8
Anthony Davis Kentucky 35.4 71.1
Erving Walker Florida 33.9 75.2
Arnett Moultrie Mississippi State 33.6 66.5
Kenny Boynton Florida 32.8 79.8
In the Rotation
Player Team TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played
JaMychal Green Alabama 36.3 53.5
Yemi Makanjuola Tennessee 32.6 20.8
B.J. Young Arkansas 31.2 59.8
Storm Warren LSU 30.7 46.7
Josh Langford Auburn 29.0 20.6

And here’s the full TIQ player ratings for the ACC, Pac-12 and SEC. The TIQ listings are sorted by team and Real TIQ per Game.

ACC

Team Year Position Player TIQ/ 40 Min. % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Boston College Fr. F Ryan Anderson 23.0 61.3 14.1
Boston College Fr. G Patrick Heckmann 24.2 57.5 13.9
Boston College Fr. C Dennis Clifford 22.1 60.0 13.2
Boston College Jr. G Matthew Humphrey 13.5 75.8 10.2
Boston College Fr. G Lonnie Jackson 18.1 54.2 9.8
Boston College Fr. G Jordan Daniels 16.4 50.0 8.2
Boston College So. G Gabriel Moton 16.0 39.8 6.4
Boston College Sr. G John Cahill 14.4 44.2 6.4
Boston College Fr. C KC Caudill 16.9 27.9 4.7
Boston College Fr. F Eddie Odio 13.9 18.5 2.6
Boston College So. G Danny Rubin 13.9 12.1 1.7
Clemson Sr. G Tanner Smith 31.0 79.8 24.7
Clemson Sr. G Andre Young 26.7 88.6 23.6
Clemson Jr. F Devin Booker 25.5 73.6 18.7
Clemson Jr. F Milton Jennings 22.0 56.3 12.4
Clemson Fr. G T.J. Sapp 17.9 49.8 8.9
Clemson Fr. G Rod Hall 15.2 54.5 8.3
Clemson Sr. F Bryan Narcisse 18.9 33.9 6.4
Clemson Sr. C Catalin Baciu 24.6 18.9 4.7
Clemson Fr. G K.J. McDaniels 19.2 23.6 4.5
Clemson Fr. F Bernard Sullivan 8.7 19.6 1.7
Duke Jr. F Mason Plumlee 30.4 71.2 21.6
Duke Jr. G Seth Curry 26.4 73.1 19.3
Duke Fr. G Austin Rivers 24.6 73.5 18.1
Duke Jr. F Ryan Kelly 28.4 62.9 17.9
Duke Sr. F Miles Plumlee 29.0 44.4 12.9
Duke Jr. G Andre Dawkins 17.5 62.9 11.0
Duke Fr. G Quinn Cook 36.2 28.8 10.4
Duke So. G Tyler Thornton 17.9 46.5 8.3
Duke So. F Josh Hairston 22.1 19.2 4.3
Duke Fr. F Michael Gbinije 16.3 16.2 2.6
Florida State Jr. G Michael Snaer 22.8 78.1 17.8
Florida State Sr. C Bernard James 26.1 67.1 17.5
Florida State Sr. G Luke Loucks 23.4 69.4 16.3
Florida State Sr. C Xavier Gibson 24.5 51.9 12.7
Florida State So. F Okaro White 19.9 62.3 12.4
Florida State Sr. G Deividas Dulkys 16.6 58.1 9.7
Florida State Sr. G Jeff Peterson 20.1 44.4 8.9
Florida State Jr. F Terrance Shannon 28.4 23.5 6.7
Florida State Sr. C Jon Kreft 20.3 29.4 6.0
Florida State Fr. G Terry Whisnant II 26.6 22.3 5.9
Georgia Tech So. C Daniel Miller 27.9 75.4 21.0
Georgia Tech Jr. G Glen Rice Jr. 33.3 57.9 19.2
Georgia Tech Jr. G Mfon Udofia 19.2 75.0 14.4
Georgia Tech So. G Jason Morris 22.7 59.6 13.5
Georgia Tech So. F Kammeon Holsey 23.7 55.6 13.1
Georgia Tech So. G Brandon Reed 17.7 64.6 11.5
Georgia Tech Fr. F Julian Royal 20.7 28.3 5.8
Georgia Tech Sr. G Nick Foreman 11.2 36.2 4.0
Georgia Tech So. F Nate Hicks 19.0 18.1 3.4
Georgia Tech Sr. G Pierre Jordan 14.5 23.3 3.4
Maryland So. G Terrell Stoglin 31.5 79.4 25.0
Maryland Sr. F Sean Mosley 21.3 78.5 16.8
Maryland Fr. G Nick Faust 19.7 74.2 14.6
Maryland Jr. F James Padgett 24.4 58.1 14.2
Maryland Fr. F Ashton Pankey 21.7 55.0 11.9
Maryland So. G Mychal Parker 19.2 53.3 10.2
Maryland Sr. C Berend Weijs 15.9 38.8 6.2
Maryland So. G Pe’Shon Howard 26.0 18.8 4.9
Maryland Fr. C Alex Len 26.7 10.2 2.7
Maryland So. F John Auslander 9.3 15.8 1.5
Maryland Jr. G Jonathan Thomas 8.8 12.3 1.1
Miami Jr. G Durand Scott 26.1 86.5 22.5
Miami Jr. G Trey McKinney Jones 25.1 65.4 16.4
Miami Sr. G Malcolm Grant 21.0 71.5 15.0
Miami So. C Kenny Kadji 23.9 57.7 13.8
Miami Fr. G Shane Larkin 23.2 57.5 13.4
Miami So. F Erik Swoope 17.7 49.6 8.8
Miami Jr. G Garrius Adams 19.2 43.8 8.4
Miami Jr. C Reggie Johnson 37.0 18.1 6.7
Miami So. G Rion Brown 17.8 33.8 6.0
Miami So. F Raphael Akpejiori 18.8 22.9 4.3
North Carolina So. G Kendall Marshall 33.0 76.0 25.1
North Carolina Jr. F John Henson 35.7 68.8 24.6
North Carolina Sr. C Tyler Zeller 33.8 64.3 21.7
North Carolina So. F Harrison Barnes 30.4 65.0 19.8
North Carolina So. G Reggie Bullock 29.6 45.3 13.4
North Carolina Jr. G Dexter Strickland 19.6 63.3 12.4
North Carolina Fr. G P.J. Hairston 30.5 32.3 9.9
North Carolina Fr. F James Michael McAdoo 25.0 36.2 9.0
North Carolina Sr. F Justin Watts 18.6 14.8 2.8
North Carolina State So. G Lorenzo Brown 36.1 82.5 29.8
North Carolina State Jr. F Richard Howell 34.6 66.4 23.0
North Carolina State Sr. F C.J. Williams 25.4 79.6 20.2
North Carolina State So. F C.J. Leslie 28.5 51.1 14.6
North Carolina State Jr. G Scott Wood 21.6 67.5 14.6
North Carolina State Jr. F DeShawn Painter 22.8 51.8 11.8
North Carolina State Sr. G Alex Johnson 23.7 49.3 11.7
North Carolina State Jr. C Jordan Vandenberg 21.1 14.8 3.1
North Carolina State Fr. F Tyler Harris 15.4 19.1 2.9
Virginia Sr. F Mike Scott 39.8 71.5 28.5
Virginia So. G Joe Harris 26.2 75.6 19.8
Virginia Sr. G Sammy Zeglinski 27.0 59.6 16.1
Virginia Jr. G Jontel Evans 21.7 69.6 15.1
Virginia Fr. G Malcolm Brogdon 23.5 53.8 12.7
Virginia Sr. C Assane Sene 18.9 52.9 10.0
Virginia So. F Akil Mitchell 18.7 45.0 8.4
Virginia So. G K.T. Harrell 13.3 40.0 5.3
Virginia Fr. F Darion Atkins 31.8 13.7 4.3
Virginia Tech Jr. G Erick Green 31.4 75.4 23.7
Virginia Tech Fr. F Dorian Finney-Smith 25.8 77.7 20.1
Virginia Tech So. F Jarell Eddie 27.3 62.7 17.1
Virginia Tech Sr. G Dorenzo Hudson 22.7 74.5 16.9
Virginia Tech Fr. G Robert Brown 26.9 52.7 14.1
Virginia Tech So. F Cadarian Raines 28.9 38.6 11.1
Virginia Tech Sr. F Victor Davila 20.4 53.0 10.8
Virginia Tech Fr. F C.J. Barksdale 24.9 30.4 7.6
Virginia Tech So. G Tyrone Garland 25.3 15.4 3.9
Virginia Tech Fr. G Marquis Rankin 18.2 14.1 2.6
Wake Forest Jr. G C.J. Harris 25.2 86.2 21.7
Wake Forest So. F Travis McKie 23.0 86.5 19.9
Wake Forest So. G Tony Chennault 21.8 73.5 16.0
Wake Forest So. C Carson Desrosiers 18.5 65.8 12.1
Wake Forest Fr. G Chase Fischer 15.8 67.7 10.7
Wake Forest Sr. F Nikita Mescheriakov 17.1 62.5 10.7
Wake Forest Fr. G Anthony Fields 14.0 29.6 4.1
Wake Forest Fr. F Daniel Green 14.9 15.6 2.3

 

 

Pac-12

Team Year Position Player TIQ / 40 Min. % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Arizona Jr. F Solomon Hill 32.7 77.7 25.4
Arizona Sr. F Jesse Perry 27.6 74.3 20.5
Arizona Sr. G Kyle Fogg 23.0 74.8 17.2
Arizona Fr. G Nick Johnson 24.9 68.0 16.9
Arizona Fr. G Josiah Turner 22.2 45.0 10.0
Arizona So. G Jordin Mayes 19.7 47.5 9.3
Arizona Jr. F Kevin Parrom 24.9 32.9 8.2
Arizona Fr. F Angelo Choi 17.9 32.1 5.8
Arizona Sr. G Brendon Lavender 21.7 23.9 5.2
Arizona Jr. F Kyryl Natyazhko 14.4 22.9 3.3
Arizona State So. G Keala King 26.8 81.5 21.9
Arizona State Jr. F Trent Lockett 23.7 88.1 20.8
Arizona State Jr. G Carrick Felix 19.6 84.8 16.6
Arizona State So. F Kyle Cain 22.8 65.0 14.8
Arizona State Jr. G Chris Colvin 17.4 46.5 8.1
Arizona State Jr. C Ruslan Pateev 24.8 31.2 7.7
Arizona State So. G Chanse Creekmur 13.6 44.0 6.0
Arizona State Fr. F Jonathan Gilling 20.4 28.7 5.8
Arizona State So. C Jordan Bachynski 14.9 26.5 4.0
California Sr. G Jorge Gutierrez 34.2 68.8 23.6
California So. G Allen Crabbe 28.9 81.0 23.4
California So. G Justin Cobbs 30.8 73.3 22.6
California Sr. F Harper Kamp 23.3 68.0 15.9
California Fr. F David Kravish 20.5 58.0 11.9
California Jr. G Brandon Smith 20.2 54.5 11.0
California So. F Richard Solomon 25.4 30.5 7.7
California Jr. F Bak Bak 17.9 18.7 3.3
California Jr. F Robert Thurman 18.3 13.8 2.5
California So. G Emerson Murray 13.5 16.3 2.2
California So. G Jeff Powers 14.2 11.5 1.6
Colorado So. F Andre Roberson 33.3 72.5 24.1
Colorado Sr. G Carlon Brown 27.0 68.8 18.6
Colorado Fr. G Spencer Dinwiddie 27.2 62.7 17.0
Colorado Sr. F Austin Dufault 24.8 64.6 16.1
Colorado Sr. G Nate Tomlinson 18.4 72.5 13.4
Colorado Fr. G Askia Booker 25.2 49.6 12.5
Colorado So. C Shane Harris-Tunks 16.0 37.1 5.9
Colorado Jr. G Sabatino Chen 16.5 31.5 5.2
Colorado So. G Shannon Sharpe 16.9 13.5 2.3
Colorado So. G Jeremy Adams 11.0 18.8 2.1
Oregon Sr. G Garrett Sim 24.8 78.0 19.3
Oregon Jr. F E.J. Singler 26.8 71.8 19.2
Oregon So. G Johnathan Loyd 22.2 59.3 13.2
Oregon Sr. G Devoe Joseph 25.3 45.5 11.5
Oregon Sr. F Olu Ashaolu 20.8 52.9 11.0
Oregon Jr. C Tony Woods 22.9 42.3 9.7
Oregon Sr. F Jeremy Jacob 17.3 39.6 6.9
Oregon Jr. F Carlos Emory 16.0 41.6 6.7
Oregon Sr. F Tyrone Nared 22.5 27.9 6.3
Oregon Fr. G Brent Kingma 13.3 26.4 3.5
Oregon State Jr. G Jared Cunningham 27.7 81.3 22.5
Oregon State Jr. F Joe Burton 29.6 69.6 20.6
Oregon State So. F Devon Collier 30.0 64.5 19.3
Oregon State So. G Ahmad Starks 24.5 77.7 19.1
Oregon State So. G Roberto Nelson 31.5 50.0 15.8
Oregon State Jr. F Angus Brandt 24.5 53.8 13.2
Oregon State Fr. F Eric Moreland 26.8 41.1 11.0
Oregon State Fr. G Challe Barton 16.2 25.0 4.0
Oregon State Sr. F Kevin McShane 13.0 23.8 3.1
Stanford Sr. F Josh Owens 28.5 64.1 18.3
Stanford So. G Aaron Bright 24.4 71.6 17.5
Stanford Fr. G Chasson Randle 23.9 72.0 17.2
Stanford So. F Josh Huestis 24.6 49.8 12.3
Stanford So. G Anthony Brown 21.5 55.4 11.9
Stanford Sr. G Jarrett Mann 18.8 42.1 7.9
Stanford So. F Dwight Powell 21.2 30.2 6.4
Stanford Sr. F Andrew Zimmerman 19.9 30.2 6.0
Stanford Jr. G Gabriel Harris 20.0 28.9 5.8
Stanford So. F John Gage 24.5 20.2 4.9
Stanford Sr. F Jack Trotter 24.7 17.1 4.2
Stanford Fr. F Stefan Nastic 19.5 12.3 2.4
UCLA Sr. G Lazeric Jones 29.9 79.1 23.6
UCLA So. G Tyler Lamb 22.7 78.6 17.8
UCLA Sr. G Jerime Anderson 22.5 73.6 16.5
UCLA So. F David Wear 23.8 63.8 15.2
UCLA So. C Joshua Smith 31.0 45.2 14.0
UCLA So. F Travis Wear 23.3 53.4 12.4
UCLA Fr. G Norman Powell 22.4 43.8 9.8
UCLA Jr. F Reeves Nelson 25.4 20.7 5.3
UCLA Jr. F Brendan Lane 26.5 11.6 3.1
UCLA So. F Anthony Stover 8.5 17.5 1.5
USC So. G Maurice Jones 22.4 96.8 21.7
USC Jr. F Aaron Fuller 23.2 77.2 17.9
USC Fr. G Byron Wesley 15.5 81.7 12.6
USC So. F Dewayne Dedmon 22.6 55.5 12.5
USC Fr. G Alexis Moore 12.6 65.2 8.2
USC So. G Garrett Jackson 17.5 35.2 6.2
USC Jr. C James Blasczyk 13.3 38.7 5.1
USC Jr. G Greg Allen 13.5 32.0 4.3
USC Sr. G Eric Strangis 7.1 18.3 1.3
Utah Sr. G Josh Watkins 30.6 69.2 21.2
Utah Jr. C Jason Washburn 24.5 69.2 17.0
Utah Jr. F Dijon Farr 16.8 55.8 9.4
Utah Jr. G Cedric Martin 12.7 73.3 9.3
Utah Fr. G Kareem Storey 16.7 52.5 8.8
Utah Jr. G Chris Hines 11.1 52.7 5.8
Utah So. F Javon Dawson 14.8 33.1 4.9
Utah Jr. G Anthony Odunsi 11.6 37.5 4.3
Utah Fr. F Blake Wilkinson 11.6 32.5 3.8
Utah Jr. G Kyle Perkins 10.8 11.7 1.3
Washington Fr. G Tony Wroten 32.3 68.3 22.1
Washington So. G Terrence Ross 27.6 74.8 20.6
Washington So. G C.J. Wilcox 25.0 79.0 19.8
Washington Jr. G Abdul Gaddy 24.2 79.8 19.3
Washington Fr. F Desmond Simmons 26.4 51.2 13.5
Washington Sr. F Darnell Gant 22.4 56.5 12.6
Washington Jr. C Aziz N’Diaye 23.2 50.4 11.7
Washington Fr. F Martin Breunig 13.3 18.3 2.4
Washington Fr. F Shawn Kemp Jr. 8.8 12.7 1.1
Washington State Jr. F Brock Motum 27.8 75.0 20.9
Washington State Jr. G Reggie Moore 26.1 78.4 20.4
Washington State Fr. G DaVonte Lacy 23.4 63.8 14.9
Washington State Sr. G Faisal Aden 26.3 48.4 12.7
Washington State Sr. G Marcus Capers 19.0 66.4 12.6
Washington State Sr. F Charlie Enquist 24.8 47.7 11.8
Washington State So. F D.J. Shelton 22.6 33.2 7.5
Washington State Jr. G Mike Ladd 17.0 24.8 4.2
Washington State So. F Patrick Simon 28.3 14.1 4.0
Washington State Fr. G Dexter Kernich-Drew 15.8 19.8 3.1
Washington State So. G Will DiIorio 12.7 17.7 2.2

 

 

 

SEC

Team Year Position Player TIQ / 40 Min. (D-1 Adjusted) % Minutes Played Real TIQ / Game
Alabama Jr. F Tony Mitchell 30.7 81.7 25.1
Alabama So. G Trevor Releford 29.3 71.3 20.9
Alabama Sr. F JaMychal Green 36.3 53.5 19.4
Alabama Fr. G Levi Randolph 19.8 75.0 14.9
Alabama Fr. G Trevor Lacey 20.5 61.9 12.7
Alabama Fr. F Nick Jacobs 21.0 44.6 9.4
Alabama Fr. G Rodney Cooper 16.8 46.9 7.9
Alabama So. G Charles Hankerson Jr. 20.3 29.0 5.9
Alabama Jr. G Ben Eblen 14.3 16.0 2.3
Alabama So. C Carl Engstrom 11.9 16.0 1.9
Arkansas Fr. G B.J. Young 31.2 59.8 18.7
Arkansas Jr. G Julysses Nobles 23.9 71.0 17.0
Arkansas So. G Rickey Scott 24.5 66.9 16.4
Arkansas So. G Mardracus Wade 21.7 67.7 14.7
Arkansas Fr. G Rashad Madden 24.9 50.0 12.4
Arkansas Sr. F Marvell Waithe 26.9 42.3 11.4
Arkansas Fr. F Hunter Mickelson 24.2 42.9 10.4
Arkansas Fr. F Davonta Abron 27.9 35.6 9.9
Arkansas Sr. F Michael Sanchez 16.8 44.0 7.4
Auburn Sr. G Frankie Sullivan 26.3 79.6 21.0
Auburn Sr. F Kenny Gabriel 28.9 72.1 20.9
Auburn Jr. G Varez Ward 24.0 76.7 18.4
Auburn Jr. F Rob Chubb 25.7 58.8 15.1
Auburn So. G Chris Denson 20.9 62.1 13.0
Auburn Jr. G Josh Wallace 19.4 37.1 7.2
Auburn So. G Josh Langford 29.0 20.6 6.0
Auburn Fr. F Willy Kouassi 15.2 28.5 4.3
Auburn So. G Allen Payne 14.9 28.8 4.3
Auburn Sr. F Adrian Forbes 14.5 20.6 3.0
Florida Jr. G Kenny Boynton 32.8 79.8 26.2
Florida Sr. G Erving Walker 33.9 75.2 25.5
Florida Fr. G Brad Beal 26.9 85.0 22.8
Florida So. F Patric Young 32.0 67.7 21.7
Florida So. F Will Yeguete 27.3 49.6 13.5
Florida Jr. F Erik Murphy 28.5 44.6 12.7
Florida Jr. G Mike Rosario 28.9 37.1 10.7
Florida So. G Scottie Wilbekin 22.8 34.8 7.9
Florida So. F Casey Prather 18.9 24.1 4.6
Florida Jr. F Cody Larson 10.9 12.1 1.3
Georgia Sr. G Gerald Robinson 32.4 65.4 21.2
Georgia Fr. G Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 26.5 76.3 20.2
Georgia Sr. G Dustin Ware 22.3 67.1 15.0
Georgia Jr. G Vincent Williams 28.1 41.4 11.7
Georgia So. F Donte Williams 18.0 63.9 11.5
Georgia Fr. F Nemanja Djurisic 24.0 40.2 9.6
Georgia So. F Marcus Thornton 16.4 49.1 8.1
Georgia Jr. G Sherrard Brantley 10.0 31.6 3.2
Georgia Jr. F John Florveus 9.3 33.6 3.1
Georgia Sr. G Connor Nolte 17.0 16.3 2.8
Georgia Fr. F Tim Dixon 4.9 13.9 0.7
Kentucky Fr. F Anthony Davis 35.4 71.1 25.2
Kentucky Fr. F Michael Kidd-Gilchrist 31.1 76.1 23.7
Kentucky So. G Doron Lamb 27.0 76.3 20.6
Kentucky Fr. G Marquis Teague 24.9 77.0 19.2
Kentucky Sr. F Darius Miller 25.3 65.9 16.7
Kentucky So. F Terrence Jones 26.6 60.7 16.1
Kentucky Fr. F Kyle Wiltjer 24.8 38.9 9.6
Kentucky Sr. C Eloy Vargas 20.6 20.9 4.3
LSU Fr. G Anthony Hickey 26.7 76.0 20.3
LSU Jr. C Justin Hamilton 28.4 68.7 19.5
LSU Sr. F Storm Warren 30.7 46.7 14.4
LSU So. G Ralston Turner 19.0 72.3 13.7
LSU Fr. F Johnny O’Bryant 26.8 47.5 12.7
LSU So. G Andre Stinger 21.4 49.8 10.7
LSU Sr. G Chris Bass 21.7 30.8 6.7
LSU Fr. G John Isaac 16.0 38.8 6.2
LSU Sr. F Malcolm White 20.0 28.3 5.7
LSU Jr. F Eddie Ludwig 18.5 30.2 5.6
LSU So. F Jalen Courtney 27.6 13.8 3.8
Mississippi Jr. F Murphy Holloway 24.8 69.0 17.1
Mississippi Jr. G Nick Williams 18.6 72.9 13.6
Mississippi So. G Dundrecous Nelson 24.9 54.6 13.6
Mississippi Fr. G Jarvis Summers 19.5 69.2 13.5
Mississippi Sr. F Terrance Henry 19.1 68.7 13.1
Mississippi Jr. F Reginald Buckner 22.8 48.5 11.1
Mississippi So. C Demarco Cox 18.4 38.7 7.1
Mississippi Fr. F Aaron Jones 16.9 19.8 3.4
Mississippi Fr. G Ladarius White 17.9 15.6 2.8
Mississippi Fr. G Maurice Aniefiok 11.7 22.1 2.6
Mississippi State Sr. G Dee Bost 30.2 85.2 25.7
Mississippi State Jr. F Arnett Moultrie 33.6 66.5 22.4
Mississippi State Fr. G Rodney Hood 24.3 83.7 20.3
Mississippi State Sr. G Brian Bryant 22.7 55.2 12.5
Mississippi State Jr. C Renardo Sidney 28.1 41.5 11.6
Mississippi State Jr. F Wendell Lewis 18.8 56.8 10.7
Mississippi State So. G Jalen Steele 19.1 54.7 10.4
Mississippi State Fr. G Deville Smith 25.8 38.8 10.0
South Carolina Sr. F Malik Cooke 29.0 77.9 22.6
South Carolina Fr. F Anthony Gill 25.6 60.4 15.5
South Carolina So. F Damontre Harris 21.6 60.0 13.0
South Carolina Jr. F Lakeem Jackson 22.9 54.4 12.4
South Carolina So. F R.J. Slawson 23.7 48.1 11.4
South Carolina So. G Eric Smith 19.1 53.1 10.1
South Carolina Fr. G Damien Leonard 13.9 48.5 6.7
South Carolina So. G Bruce Ellington 19.8 31.3 6.2
South Carolina So. G Brian Richardson 15.5 38.3 5.9
South Carolina Fr. F Carlton Geathers 18.0 18.5 3.3
South Carolina Fr. G Brenton Williams 19.0 13.3 2.5
Tennessee So. G Trae Golden 35.7 73.8 26.4
Tennessee Jr. F Jeronne Maymon 31.3 65.4 20.4
Tennessee Sr. G Cameron Tatum 24.8 71.0 17.6
Tennessee So. G Jordan McRae 26.8 59.0 15.8
Tennessee Jr. F Kenny Hall 25.0 50.6 12.7
Tennessee Sr. F Renaldo Woolridge 25.4 34.6 8.8
Tennessee Jr. G Skylar McBee 17.5 46.5 8.1
Tennessee Fr. F Yemi Makanjuola 32.6 20.8 6.8
Tennessee Fr. G Josh Richardson 17.9 36.3 6.5
Tennessee Jr. F Dwight Miller 25.3 20.6 5.2
Tennessee Fr. G Wes Washpun 18.4 27.3 5.0
Vanderbilt Sr. F Jeffery Taylor 31.4 78.1 24.5
Vanderbilt Jr. G John Jenkins 25.8 76.5 19.7
Vanderbilt Sr. G Brad Tinsley 27.4 70.6 19.3
Vanderbilt Sr. F Lance Goulbourne 24.5 73.8 18.1
Vanderbilt Sr. F Steve Tchiengang 16.7 50.6 8.4
Vanderbilt Fr. G Kedren Johnson 23.3 32.1 7.5
Vanderbilt So. F Rob Odom 13.2 41.3 5.5
Vanderbilt So. G Kyle Fuller 19.4 19.4 3.8
Vanderbilt Fr. G Dai-Jon Parker 12.1 29.0 3.5
Vanderbilt Fr. F Josh Henderson 25.5 13.1 3.3
Vanderbilt Sr. C Festus Ezeli 19.7 11.5 2.3

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