2011   Freshmen  
Nov: 1
Dec: 1
  NamePosSchoolHt/WtHometownStock Value
1Anthony DavisFKentucky6-10/220Chicago, IL
He leads the unbeaten Hoosiers in scoring and rebounding.
3Austin RiversGDuke6-4/200Winter Park, FL
4Michael Kidd-GilchristGKentucky6-7/232Somerdale, NJ
5Brad BealGFlorida6-3/207St. Louis, MO
6Marquis TeagueGKentucky6-2/189Indianapolis, IN
7Myck KabongoGTexas6-1/169Toronto, ON
Kabongo has posted an impressive assist-turnover ratio lately.
8Andre DrummondCConnecticut6-10/270Middletown, CT
Drummond still must work on his game-to-game consistency.
9Thomas GipsonFKansas State6-7/275Cedar Hill, TX
Gipson has emerged as a double-double machine.
10Quincy MillerFBaylor6-9/210Chicago, IL
11B.J. YoungGArkansas6-3/175St. Louis, MO
Young scored 28 points in a recent loss to Connecticut.
12Le'Bryan NashFOK State6-7/235Dallas, TX
He will move back up this list as he gains consistency.
13Moe HarklessFSt. John's6-8/208Queens, NY
14Tony WrotenPGWashington6-5/205Seattle, WA
15Chane BehananFLouisville6-6/245Cincinnati, OH
16Trey BurkePGMichigan6-1/175Columbus, OH
Burke had 20 points and nine assists in a win over Oakland.
17Kevin PangosGGonzaga6-1/180Newmarket, ON
Pangos is shooting 45.9 percent from 3-point range.
18Ryan BoatrightGConnecticut6-0/160Aurora, IL
He recorded 23 points and six assists against Arkansas.
19LaDontae HentonFProvidence6-6/220Lansing, MI
Henton has scored in double figures in six straight games.
20Branden DawsonGMichigan State6-6/220Gary, IN
A relative lack of playing time has kept his numbers down.
21Dorian Finney-SmithFVirginia Tech6-8/192Portsmouth, VA
He must develop into a more accurate shooter.
22Adonis ThomasFMemphis6-6/222Memphis, TN
Thomas was held scoreless in a loss to Murray State.
23Johnny O'Bryant IIIFLSU6-9/262Cleveland, MS
This solid rebounder must improve his shooting accuracy.
24Corey PetrosF-COakland6-10/233Sterling Heights, MI
Petros is averaging a double-double.

Last Update: 12/12/2011