Ranking the candidates for College Basketball’s Player of the Year

With one final month until College Basketball’s great nirvana takes flight in March. The entire month of February, is mostly composed of individuals that are looking to expand their game to an elite level. So far this season, College Basketball has seen a wide range of gifted play makers assert their dominance. Whether it’s been from seniors, who have sharpened their skills over the course of their four seasons, or freshman prodigies who’ve reeked the benefits of a wealth amount of playing time.

The dire question of who will be named Player of the Year in the sport is still up for grabs. Though, there’s a strong indication of who the worthy candidates are. There are some players who will look for this month and in early March to rise and make a statement.

At the moment, here’s a comprehensive look at the prime applicants who will be looking to take home this prestigious award.

2 thoughts on “Ranking the candidates for College Basketball’s Player of the Year

  1. Ridiculous to not have either Tyler Ulis or Jamal Murray on this list. Ulis is the best PG in the country, bar none, as no one commands and runs an offense better than him, and scores at the rates he does. He’s remarkably efficient, shoots very well, is a great passer and ball handler, and is a demon on defense, as shown by his winning SEC DPOY along with conf. POY.


    1. You’re not wrong. As a Kansas fan, I witnessed Ulis’ potential first-hand back in January showdown. He was slicing KU up. No doubt is he Kentucky’s best player currently and will definitely receive looks. If I had to re-do it, definitely would put him as a candidate after watching his play in the SEC Tournament. Thanks for reading Trey.


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