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Query Results Table
Rk Player From To School Pos G GS MP FG FGA FG% 2P 2PA 2P% 3P 3PA 3P% FT FTA FT% ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS GmSc
1Darnell Burton19941997CincinnatiG902514093.430621.2863472.4721218.66742226138115181268.8
2Donte DiVincenzo20162018VillanovaG902344379.5442037.5412342.5481725.6801438522663191712611.8
3Brian Boddicker20012004TexasF1202493774.5001232.3752542.5951114.7862043635337351107.2
4Davante Gardner20112013MarquetteF1001803155.5643054.556111.0003239.8212418426211423957.2
5Draymond Green20092010Michigan StateF1102393362.5323359.55903.0002944.6591153642110101533957.8
6Jamaal Williams20052006WashingtonF601434180.5134079.506111.000814.571141327415610159111.5
7Cameron Mills19951998KentuckyG1501752852.538815.5332037.54112121.00031720851723884.3
8Jason Terry19961998ArizonaG1302822775.3601232.3751543.3491823.78352025392612117876.1
9Chris Richard20042007FloridaC1502403547.7453547.745001518.8332719466291334855.0
10Danny Green20062008North CarolinaF1101802970.4141730.5671240.3001417.824122335151161717845.7
11Corey Fisher20082010VillanovaG902041965.2921542.357423.1744152.7884232721801822835.1
12Lee Wilson19941996ArkansasG1501603155.5643155.564002133.6361930495751220834.6
13Chris Allen20082010Michigan StateG1302372677.3381433.4241244.2731621.76210132313021225802.6
14Drew Nicholas20002002MarylandG1302352563.3971634.471929.3102124.8756142023611617804.1
15Billy Thomas19951998KansasG1101572774.3651019.5261755.30989.8898152311421114794.0
16Mike Chappell19972001Michigan State, DukeF1701832860.4671729.5861131.3551117.6471120317341021783.0
17Brett Nelson20002003FloridaG801712663.413925.3601738.447810.80022123241101413777.4
18Dwight Stewart19941995ArkansasC701592853.5281217.7061636.444512.4171027379531121778.2
19Brandon Rozzell20092011Virginia CommonwealthG701612457.421614.4291843.419991.0001202166057757.7
20Dion Waiters20112012SyracuseG601412651.5102136.583515.3331819.94711112760717758.4
Rk Player From To School Pos G GS MP FG FGA FG% 2P 2PA 2P% 3P 3PA 3P% FT FTA FT% ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS GmSc
21Gilbert Brown20082010PittsburghF801662449.4901835.514614.4292125.8401016261253718757.7
22Grayson Allen20152017DukeG801322147.4471121.5241026.3852328.82131316620410756.6
23Morris Peterson19981999Michigan StateF701642764.4222652.500112.0832024.8332127484731121757.8
24Sherron Collins20072008KansasG1002432871.3942049.408822.3641114.78651924341202619754.7
25Taron Downey20022005Wake ForestG701942349.469612.5001737.4591114.7862212324401011748.8
26Jeremy Hunt20032007MemphisG501252059.339823.3481236.3332124.8757132055159739.6
27Marvin Williams20052005North CarolinaF601412652.5002140.525512.4171518.833836443746147210.3
28Michael Lee20022004KansasG1201942248.4581129.3791119.5791721.8107202713901313724.7
29Darius Miller20122012KentuckyG601822341.5611625.640716.4381718.944517229435167010.0
30Pete Campbell20072008ButlerF50862442.57137.4292135.60012.50041014211397010.4
31Tahj Holden20002002MarylandC1201861936.5281324.542612.5002632.8131123349551231704.6
32Durrell Summers20082009Michigan StateG901692344.5231320.6501024.4171317.765122032941911696.4
33Jared Prickett19951997KentuckyF901922751.5292748.56303.0001527.556223456191331924697.2
34Luke Hancock20132013LouisvilleF601401930.633811.7271119.5792026.76937109623196910.1
35Marial Shayok20152017VirginiaG801422350.4601534.441816.5001520.7500191964188695.6
36Michael Dixon20102014Memphis, MissouriG501022443.5581526.577917.5291214.8572571130910699.7
37Will Bynum20022004Georgia Tech, ArizonaG901542456.4291429.4831027.3701016.6253111412311215683.9
38Alex Dillard19941995ArkansasG1201312266.333618.3331648.33379.77859141650155672.9
39Jack Ingram20022005Illinois, TulsaC1101822753.5092141.512612.50078.875201939498531675.5
40Billy Edelin20032003SyracuseG601442241.5372241.537002232.688221231690136669.1
Rk Player From To School Pos G GS MP FG FGA FG% 2P 2PA 2P% 3P 3PA 3P% FT FTA FT% ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS GmSc
41Nate James19972001DukeF1402142750.5402031.645719.36857.71418284616821421664.3
42Phil Booth20152016VillanovaG801482236.6111018.5561218.667911.8181910891612657.0
43Rashad Anderson20032006ConnecticutG901672364.359719.3681645.35634.750215171020514653.7
44Isaiah Hicks20142016North CarolinaF1101602638.6842638.684001216.750142236356937644.6
45J'Covan Brown20102011TexasG30711637.4321328.46439.3332931.935189822356416.9
46Nate Britt20142017North CarolinaG1702582156.3751431.452725.28015151.0006273325901527642.7
47A.J. Moye20012003IndianaG901341929.6551523.65246.6672124.87581422533615636.2
48Jeff Newton20022002IndianaF601392536.6942536.694001321.6191518337581115639.8
49Patrick Beilein20052006West VirginiaG701662242.524910.9001332.40669.667011111541814636.6
50Russ Smith20122012LouisvilleG501081957.3331246.261711.6361722.773510156701213625.6
51B.J. Williams19941997KansasF1301772745.6002745.60000612.5002129502541424603.5
52Brandy Perryman19951997TexasG701621948.39649.4441539.38578.87519101160711605.6
53Duncan Robinson20172018MichiganF902151848.375511.4551337.3511114.78611213453529603.3
54LaQuinton Ross20132013Ohio StateF40811739.436921.429818.4441821.85741216222656010.4
55Roburt Sallie20092009MemphisG30871928.67934.7501624.66767.857077663296018.8
56Aundre Jackson20182018Loyola (IL)F50892340.5752236.61114.25012121.0005712211610597.8
57Tarik Phillip20152017West VirginiaG701321744.3861329.448415.2672125.8406172310351213595.6
58Earl Clark20082008LouisvilleF401072337.6222132.65625.4001014.7148253343715105811.1
59Eugene Edgerson19972001ArizonaF1702171832.5631832.563002227.815313667252822583.8
60Keith Langford20022005KansasG501291529.5171523.65206.0002835.800615219547105810.5
Rk Player From To School Pos G GS MP FG FGA FG% 2P 2PA 2P% 3P 3PA 3P% FT FTA FT% ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS GmSc
61Kris Johnson19951997UCLAF801462243.5121931.613312.2501117.647519249301019584.4
62Edgar Sosa20082009LouisvilleG801302029.6901014.7141015.667712.58315620201719574.5
63J.R. Henderson19951995UCLAF601442543.5812543.5810079.77851318673717577.2
64Mark Pope19951996KentuckyC1001881942.4521533.45549.4441521.71413233686131431574.3
65Scot Pollard19941995KansasC501012244.5002244.500001319.684162238349395711.2
66Tyrone Garland20132013La SalleG401152150.4201532.469618.333914.64341014960310579.9
67Andre Allen20062008MemphisG1202161849.3671028.357821.3811223.52251116311401323563.7
68Clint McDaniel19941994ArkansasG601441835.514913.692922.4091114.786222249101617568.3
69Edmund Saunders19992000ConnecticutF801562337.6222337.622001019.526162945346719566.4
70Jamaal Magloire19971999KentuckyC1101922034.5882034.588001622.7277313865261127565.2
71Michael Dickerson19951996ArizonaF40912040.5001424.583616.3751014.71451015924785610.5
72Rondae Hollis-Jefferson20142014ArizonaF401091827.6671827.667002023.870514197483125614.4
73A.J. Granger19981999Michigan StateF801321832.5631019.526813.61511111.00072027652816555.9
74Kelan Martin20152017ButlerF50981735.4861116.688619.3161517.88231619511411558.0
75Marcus Camby19941996MassachusettsC30682134.6182134.618001324.542121022517395516.5
76Sam Young20062007PittsburghF501152044.4551938.50016.1671423.6096131934449557.6
77Sydmill Harris20022004TexasG1101331840.45067.8571233.36478.8751563001212551.9
78B.J. Flynn19951997LouisvilleG801691129.379611.545518.2782734.79412132513401315545.2
79Damir Krupalija20002002IllinoisF901331838.4741429.48349.4441423.60918345213631121545.7
80Zach Collins20172017GonzagaF601082031.6451828.64323.6671218.66713284131181420548.2
Rk Player From To School Pos G GS MP FG FGA FG% 2P 2PA 2P% 3P 3PA 3P% FT FTA FT% ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS GmSc
81Charles Thomas19971997MinnesotaG50961838.4741224.500614.4291115.7337815651810537.4
82Ed Cota19971998North CarolinaG601861940.4751330.433610.600914.6435182343102205539.8
83James Posey19971998XavierF30861927.7041924.79203.0001516.9381111224916105318.3
84Kyrie Irving20112011DukeG30721427.5191019.52648.5002123.913077641585313.9
85Luke Maye20162017North CarolinaF1001001939.4871427.519512.4171014.71410223272128534.8
86Preston Murphy19971998Rhode IslandG501411745.3781433.424312.2501520.75041620550612526.1
87Dedrick Finn20042004XavierG401241327.48139.3331018.5561520.7501781280455112.1
88Kemba Walker20092009ConnecticutG501121629.5521525.60014.2501827.66741115215079519.7
89Mike Tobey20152016VirginiaF60792436.6672435.68601.00034.750121325105111517.7
90Nazr Mohammed19961997KentuckyC801072339.5902339.59000521.2382018381313716515.7
91PJ Savoy20172018Florida StateG60921438.36815.2001333.3941012.833088051410514.9
92Shavlik Randolph20042004DukeF50832026.7692026.769001120.550121325235420519.1
93Tyler Lydon20162016SyracuseF501521536.417918.500618.3331521.71410192916206135110.3
94Evan Smotrycz20112015Michigan, MarylandF50951938.5001121.524817.47146.66761521241717506.2
95James Southerland20102012SyracuseF70991931.6131116.688815.53347.57151318223410505.7
96Kelvin Torbert20052005Michigan StateG501161942.4521730.567212.1671014.714512171143311508.0
97Paul O'Liney19941994MissouriG30951334.382815.533519.2631926.731257650545011.4
98Casey Prather20112013FloridaF901652136.5832031.64515.200611.545131427867613495.4
99Ed Davis20092009North CarolinaF601162035.5712035.57100920.450102333138214497.3
100Steve Novak20032003MarquetteF50921529.51714.2501425.560551.00027921018497.3

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