What are the best college basketball players?

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  1. #1

    Zion Williamson

    Zion Williamson is an American college basketball player for the Duke Blue Devils. The 6'7 forward is projected by many analysts to go first in the 2019 NBA Draft. Williamson was named ACC Player of the Year and ACC Rookie of the Year in his sole season at Duke.

    18votes
    • Kevin WeaverWritten on April 10, 2019
      KW
      "No doubt that Zion is the real deal and the best college basketball player today. Though they didn't make it all the way and win it all, he showed that his skills are too good and is ready for the next level. Great player and ranks one of the best college players all-time even"
  2. #2

    R.J. Barrett

    Rowan Alexander "R. J." Barrett Jr. is a Canadian college basketball player for the Duke Blue Devils. He is predicted to be a top-3 pick in the 2019 NBA Draft. Barrett was named a member of both the Sporting News' All-American First Team and the All-ACC First Team.

    13votes
    • Steven ButlerWritten on April 10, 2019
      SB
      "I like the whole Duke squad and I guess RJ Barrett is even better than Zion in terms of all-around skillset. Hope he gets a consistent three-point shot but he's my favorite!"
  3. #3

    Ja Morant

    Temetrius Jamel "Ja" Morant is an American basketball player who most recently played for the Murray State Racers of NCAA Division I. Morant is an athletic and explosive point guard that possesses elite athleticism. He is projected to be a top 3 pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.

    10votes
    • Chen CuiWritten on April 10, 2019
      CC
      "One of the top college players out of a low-profile school. He reminds me of a young Russell Westbrook with how explosive he is"
  1. #4

    Jarrett Culver

    Jarrett Culver is an American college basketball who plays shooting guard for the Texas Tech Red Raiders of the Big 12 Conference in the NCAA. During his sophomore season, he averaged 18.5 points while shooting an efficient 46% from the field to lead his team to the NCAA Finals.

    3votes
    • Andy MaWritten on April 10, 2019
      AM
      "In terms of efficiency, this guy has it and has the potential to be a great pro. He just took college basketball by storm by leading Texas Tech to the NCAA title match though they lost"
  2. #5

    De'Andre Hunter

    De'Andre Hunter is an American college basketball player for the Virginia Cavaliers in the Atlantic Coast Conference of the NCAA. During his sophomore season, Hunter has been knocking down nearly half his threes and is top five in the ACC in both offensive and defensive win shares.


    2votes
    • Amber ReynoldsWritten on April 10, 2019
      AR
      "This guy just proved why he's one of the top college basketball players out there. Congrats to Virginia for winning the national title. Hunter was phenomenal with his game. Excited to see him in the NBA"
  3. #6

    Brandon Clarke

    Brandon Clarke is a Canadian college basketball player for the Gonzaga Bulldogs of the West Coast Conference of the NCAA. He was the first player in WCC history to win both their Newcomer of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors in the same season.

    2votes
    • Gerald ReedWritten on April 10, 2019
      GR
      "I guess there are better guys than Clarke in his position like Cam Reddish etc.. Though what he's done in his junior season is still impressive for a college player"
  4. #7

    Rui Hachimura

    Rui Hachimura is a Japanese basketball player for the Gonzaga Bulldogs of the NCAA. The 6'8 combo forward has earned first-team All-WCC honors. He was also named a finalist for the Naismith Player of the Year. Hachimura is regarded as one of the top prospects in the 2019 NBA Draft.

    1votes
    • Joe WheelerWritten on April 10, 2019
      JW
      "Too and him and Clark didn't get the National title for Gonzaga but he's still a phenomenal athlete. Great skill set and a perfect player for modern basketball"
  5. #8

    Darius Garland

    Darius Garland is an American basketball player who last played for the Vanderbilt Commodores of the Southeastern Conference in the NCAA. The 6'3 point guard is projected by many sports analysts as a lottery pick for the 2019 NBA draft because of his good size and ball-handling.

    1votes
    • Phillip MurphyWritten on April 10, 2019
      PM
      "Don't let his numbers fool you. He's a much better player and he's so young so all that you see on the college level is just the surface"

Summary

Best What are the best college basketball players
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Zion WilliamsonPeople 18 Free
2R.J. BarrettPeople 13 Free
3Ja MorantPeople 10 Free
4Jarrett CulverPeople 3 Free
5De'Andre HunterPeople 2 Free
6Brandon ClarkePeople 2 Free
7Rui HachimuraPeople 1 Free
8Darius GarlandPeople 1 Free
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