2011   Shooting Guard  
Nov: 1
Dec: 1
  NamePosSchoolHt/WtHometownStock Value
1Marcus DenmonGMissouri6-3/185Kansas City, MO
He has helped make Missouri one of the biggest surprises of the season.
2Jeremy LambSGConnecticut6-5/185Norcross, GA
3Will BartonGMemphis6-6/175Baltimore, MD
He has scored at least 22 points in five of his last six games.
4Ashton GibbsGPittsburgh6-2/190Scotch Plains, NJ
His shooting percentage is down a little bit thus far.
5John JenkinsGVanderbilt6-4/215Gallatin, TN
6Darius Johnson-OdomGMarquette6-2/215Raleigh, NC
7William BufordGOhio State6-6/220Toledo, OH
Buford has scored at least 20 points in four of his last five games.
8Austin RiversGDuke6-4/200Winter Park, FL
His struggles against Michigan State and Kansas led to his drop.
9Orlando JohnsonGUC Santa Barbara6-5/205Salinas, CA
Johnson had 36 points and 10 rebounds in a loss to UNLV.
10Tim Hardaway Jr.GMichigan6-5/185Miami, FL
Hardaway scored just five points in a recent loss to Virginia.
11Doron LambGKentucky6-4/210Queens, NY
12Kenny BoyntonGFlorida6-2/190Pompano Beach, FL
Boynton is shooting at a much higher percentage this year.
13Brad BealGFlorida6-3/207St. Louis, MO
He was held to seven points against Syracuse, nine against Arizona.
14Allen CrabbeGCalifornia6-6/205Los Angeles, CA
15J'Covan BrownGTexas6-1/197Port Arthur, TX
Brown has 3 1/2 times as many assists as turnovers.
16Terrence RossGWashington6-6/195Portland, OR
17Ramone MooreGTemple6-4/190Philadelphia, PA
18Chase TapleyGSan Diego St.6-3/195Sacramento, CA
Tapley scored 25 against Cal and 23 against San Diego.
19Mark LyonsGArizona6-1/200Schenectady, NY
Lyons scored 19 points each against Vandy and Cincinnati.
20Terrell StoglinGMaryland6-1/185Tucson, AZ
Stoglin has tallied at least 23 points in four straight games.
21Kim EnglishGMissouri6-6/200Baltimore, MD
English is shooting a sizzling 56.3 percent.
22Jason ClarkGGeorgetown6-2/180Arlington, VA
23Kevin FosterGSanta Clara6-2/219Katy, TX
Foster is shooting just 34.9 percent.
24DeAndre KaneGMarshall6-4/200Pittsburgh, PA
He shot a combined 7-of-29 aginst Cincinnati and Syracuse.
25C.J. HarrisGWake Forest6-3/190Winston-Salem, NC
He has averaged 17.9 points and has made over half his shots.

Last Update: 12/12/2011