G: Stephen Curry, Davidson
He leads the league in scoring (28.5 ppg) and plays outstanding against tough opponents (44 points against Oklahoma.) He is the best pure shooter in the nation and Davidson’s three losses aren’t his fault. In those three losses, Curry averages 29.6 points a game.
G: Levance Fields, Pittsburgh
The current number one team in the land has the best point guard in the land. Fields is averaging 7.1 assists and chipping in 10.3 ppg. He is a very smart player that only turns the ball over 1.5 times a game. In fact, he is a big reason why Pitt is ranked number one.
F: Blake Griffin, Oklahoma
Griffin is my mid season player of the year and is just dominating opponents. He averages a double-double with 22.4 ppg and 13.8 rebounds a game. This guy is a glass cleaner! He has had 20+ rebound games three times this season! If anyone wants to beat Oklahoma this year, stop this guy.
F: Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina
North Carolina and, consequently, Tyler Hansbrough have fallen off the radar a bit after their two ACC losses. But, don’t count this guy out. Hansbrough is still the most passionate and toughest player in the NCAA and still is averaging 22.4 ppg. You know who he is, you know where he is, but he is still going to beat you.
C: Hasheem Thabeet, Connecticut
Thabeet is arguably the best pure center in the NCAA and has undoubtably the coolest name. Thabeet is averaging a double-double and is an anchor in the third ranked Huskies squad. Thabeet better be looking over his shoulder because Georgetown’s Greg Monroe is gaining on him at the center position.
G: Jodie Meeks, Kentucky
G: Jeff Teague, Wake Forest
F: Luke Harangody, Notre Dame
F: Dejaun Blair, Pittsburgh
C: Greg Monroe, Georgetown