Fantasy College Basketball: All-Around Standouts

    
November 27th, 2008
Jon Teitel sifts through the early season stats to find this year's emerging all-around standouts. To qualify for as standout, the player must meet the minimum requirements of each statistical category. Team record, however, is shown merely for reference purposes. Note Steph Curry and Ben Woodside are the only guys to make two groups. On a pure points/rebounds level, no one can top Blake Griffin right now, but he misses out here due to the lack of block shots (only .4 bpg).

           
SHOOTERS Team   50+ FG% 40+ 3P% 85+ FT% 20+ PPG RECORD
 Stephen Curry  Davidson  51.9 44.2 90.9 29.2 5-1
 Ryan Toolson  Utah Valley St.  57.6 57.9 92.5 29 4-0
 Alex Barnett  Dartmouth  53.3 52.9 86.4 23 1-3
 Travis Holmes  Virginia Military  62.3 46.7 90 22 4-1
 Ben Woodside  N Dakota St  52.5 58.3 89.5 22 2-1
           
BIG MEN Team   50+ FG% 10+ RPG 2+ BPG 15+ PPG RECORD
 John Bryant  Santa Clara  66.7 10.8 2 19.4 1-4
 Ahmad Nivins  St. Joseph's  67.5 11.5 2.8 18.5 2-2
 Luke Nevill  Utah  64.4 11 2.2 18.5 3-1
 Jeff Allen  Virginia Tech  56.9 10.8 2 17.8 3-2
 Taj Gibson  USC  53.2 11.4 4 17.2 3-2
 Jerrell Houston  Tennessee St.  65 10 2 17 2-2
 Jordan Hill  Arizona  58.5 12.8 2.5 16 3-1
           
PURE PG Team   75+ FT% 6+ APG 1+ SPG 15+ PPG RECORD
 Stephen Curry  Davidson  90.9 7 3 29.2 5-1
 Ben Woodside  N Dakota St  89.5 7.3 1.3 22 2-1
 Aaron Jackson  Duquesne  79.3 7.5 3.2 17.2 4-0
 Mike Trimboli  Vermont  91.7 6 2.2 15.2 2-2
 Kalin Lucas  Michigan St.  92.9 6 1.5 15 2-0
           
DEFENDERS Team   5+ DRPG 1.5+ SPG 2+ BPG 10+ PPG RECORD
 Marqus Blakely  Vermont  5.2 3.2 3 17.8 2-2
 Greg Monroe  Georgetown  5 1.5 3 17 2-0
 Patrick Patterson  Kentucky  6.5 1.5 2.5 16 2-2
 Tony Gaffney  Massachusetts  9 1.8 5.5 14.5 1-3
 Cole Aldrich  Kansas  6 2 3 14 3-1
 Trevor Booker  Clemson  5.8 1.5 2.8 12.2 6-0
 Hamady N'Diaye  Rutgers  6.8 1.8 5.8 10.5 3-1
 Alex Woodhouse  Colgate  5 2 3 10 2-0

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Jon attended college at the University of Pennsylvania (class of 1996) and law school at the University of Arizona (class of 2001), so his 2 favorite college teams are the Quakers and the Wildcats. While at Penn, Jon was the sports director of the school TV station, where he covered their 1994 and 1995 NCAA tournament appearances. He has also worked as a production assistant for ESPN, and a broadcast assistant for CBS during 2 different NCAA tournaments. He currently works as an investigator for the federal government in Washington, DC.

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