Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Group Rankings: Top Wing Duos


An inside-outside combo and a solid trio are necessary to win a national championship, but having wings that can score are important as well. Two perimeter players that can create their own shots and take pressure off the point guard and the post players make a team that much more dangerous. Here are the top wing duos in the country heading into the season:

1. Texas: Avery Bradley, Jordan Hamilton
2. Washington: Isaiah Thomas, Quincy Pondexter
3. Ohio State: William Buford, Evan Turner
4. Kansas: Tyshawn Taylor, Xavier Henry
5. Oklahoma State: James Anderson, Obi Muonelo

6. Connecticut: Jerome Dyson, Stanley Robinson
7. Vanderbilt: John Jenkins, Jeffery Taylor 
8. Duke: Andre Dawkins, Kyle Singler
9. Gonzaga: Matt Bouldin, Steven Gray
10. Calfornia: Patrick Christopher, Theo Robertson

Others to Keep an Eye On:

Oklahoma: Willie Warren, Tony Crocker
Seton Hall: Jeremy Hazell, Robert Mitchell
West Virginia: Casey Mitchell, Da'Sean Butler
Dayton: Marcus Johnson, Chris Wright
Florida State: Michael Snaer, Chris Singleton

1 comment:

  1. watch for Richmond's Kevin Anderson and David Gonzalvez as well. Both averaged over 16/game last year as sophomore and junior.