2011   Point Guard  
 
Nov: 1
Dec: 1
 
  NamePosSchoolHt/WtHometownStock Value
1Tu HollowayGXavier6-0/190Hempstead, NY
He has averaged a whopping 9.1 free throws per game.
2Kendall MarshallPGN. Carolina6-3/186Dumfries, VA
Marshall had 16 assists and only two turnovers against Long Beach State.
3Damian LillardGWeber State6-2/185Oakland, CA
Lillard leads the nation with 26.9 points per game.
4Jordan TaylorPGWisconsin6-1/195Bloomington, MN
Taylor is shooting just 36 percent this season.
5Dee BostGMiss. State6-2/176Concord, NC
Bost has scored at least 17 points in five straight games.
6Aaron CraftGOhio State6-2/190Findlay, OH
He has stepped up his scoring without losing a thing on defense.
7Casper WareGLong Beach St.5-10/170Cerritos, CA
Ware scored 29 points in a loss to North Carolina.
8Shabazz NapierGConnecticut6-1/171Roxbury, MA
Napier has emerged as one of the most improved guards in the nation.
9Marquis TeagueGKentucky6-2/189Indianapolis, IN
10Maalik WaynsGVillanova6-2/200Philadelphia, PA
The high volume of turnovers is a bit concerning.
11Matthew DellavedovaGSt. Mary's CA6-4/190Maryborough,
He committed at least six turnovers in three of his first six games.
12Tray WoodallGPittsburgh6-0/190Brooklyn, NY
He was playing at an extremely high level before a groin injury knocked him out.
13Scott MachadoGIona6-1/180Queens, NY
Machado leads the nation with 10.4 assists per game.
14Tyshawn TaylorGKansas6-3/185Hoboken, NJ
A knee injury could keep him out of action for the next few weeks.
15Myck KabongoGTexas6-1/169Toronto, ON
Kabongo has 29 assists and only 12 turnovers over his last four games.
16Vincent CouncilGProvidence6-2/180Brooklyn, NY
Council has more than twice as many assists as turnovers.
17Peyton SivaGLouisville5-11/180Seattle, WA
18Jorge GutierrezGCalifornia6-3/195Chihuahua,
Gutierrez has shot 10-of-27 over his last three games.
19Scoop JardineGSyracuse6-2/190Philadelphia, PA
Jardine is only playing about 20 minutes per game.
20Darryl BryantGWest Virginia6-2/195Brooklyn, NY
Bryant scored 27 points in a victory over Miami.
21Erving WalkerGFlorida5-8/177Brooklyn, NY
22Jordan HullsGIndiana6-0/182Bloomington, IN
Hulls is shooting 52.9 percent from 3-point range.
23Brandon YoungGCornell6-4/190Tampa, FL
He has become a much better shooter in his sophomore year.
24Isaiah CanaanGMurray St.6-1/195Biloxi, MS
Canaan has been the best player for the undefeated Racers.
25Andre YoungGClemson5-9/170Albany, GA
Young is averaging less than one turnover per game.

Last Update: 12/12/2011