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Is Sherron Collins the best player in college basketball today?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on January 22, 2010

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“Probably, yeah. It’s really fun to watch him play, and I always enjoy watching the KU basketball games.”

Photo of Sarah Randolph

“Hands down, no doubt about it.”

Photo of Cathie Rodkey

“Absolutely, (the) most reliable.”

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“He’s close, if not top three.”


jonas_opines 8 years, 4 months ago

I'd say probably top 10, don't know about more than that. John Wall and Scotty Reynolds, Damion James, Collins, Wesley Johnson, a few others. I think the ultimate determinant will depend more on their respective teams' success come March.

jaywalker 8 years, 4 months ago

He's right there. Damion James, Wall, and Reynolds might have something to say about it before year is over. Right now I'd lean toward James, but man oh man it's great to have Collins.

Steve Miller 8 years, 4 months ago

It's all a matter of opinion.. I'm sure there is another avid fan out there that see's his player as the "best".

commonsense 8 years, 4 months ago

Great player, but I'd like to see his turnovers and sometimes poor shot selection become assists. Than he'd be right at the top with the others people have mentioned.

beawolf 8 years, 4 months ago

He may be the best point guard but as pointed out he needs to be more consistent and take KU to the Final Four. It would also help his draft prospects as he is not in the top 30 on most boards. Also, interesting to note that Aldrich is dropping like a stone on many boards. He needs to pick it up offensively. Maybe he'll be back for 1 more year.

parrothead8 8 years, 4 months ago

Somebody needs to mention Artsiom Parakhouski...the kids gets no press because he plays at Radford, but he is a dominant, dominant center most nights. Top 5 in the nation in both scoring and rebounding.

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