1.Anthony Davis (Kentucky) – Davis is not only the best freshman in the country he is also the best overall player and defensive player as well. Just look what he did in the NCAA tournament. Davis averaged 13.6 points, 12.3 rebounds, 4.8 blocks, and 3 assists in the NCAA tournament. There is no question that he is the number 1 pick in June’s NBA draft.
2.Deshaun Thomas (Ohio State)- Thomas was on fire ; he was one of the leading scorer of the NCAA tournament. In 5 games he is averaged 19.2 points per game. He can score in multiple ways he is so hard to defend. Thomas is also averaging 7.6 rebounds in the NCAA tournament.
3. Doron Lamb (Kentucky)- Lamb is one of the best pure shooters in the country. Lamb also approved his all-around game this season. He averaged 16.5 points per game in the tournament compared to 13.2 points in the regular season. All Lamb did in the title game is score 22 points. He also shot about 50 % from three.
4. Thomas Robinson (Kansas) – Robinson is the most dominant low post scorer in the country. He is also probably the strongest too. In the NCAA tournament he is averaged 16.6 points and 12.5 rebounds. He led the NCAA tournament in rebounds.
5. Christian Watford (Indiana) –Watford stepped his game up big time for the Hoosiers in the tournament. In the tournament he averaged 19 points per game compared to 12 in the regular season. He had 27 points against Kentucky. He can score in a variety of ways; he averaged about 3 threes per game in the big dance.