A look at the best college basketball players in 2018
The NCAA Basketball Tournament has a lot to do with college basketball, and not all of it is fair.
The NCAA Tournament has become the platform to measure and compare players across all of college basketball.
But for every player that has made a mark, there are others that have just been average, or even below average.
A look through the top 20 players in college basketball in 2018 reveals a number of players that may be overlooked, or perhaps underrated.
That’s why we decided to look at their college basketball records, and see how they compare to the rest of the NCAA Tournament.
A Look At The Top 20 Players In 2018 The first thing you notice about the top 10 is that they have more wins than losses.
Of the 20 players, only four are in the top five, and only two are in their first year of eligibility.
There’s also no clear top 10.
The other three players in the bottom five, the top three, are seniors.
That means they have a chance to be a major contributor for the 2018 NCAA Tournament, but they may not have that opportunity in 2018.
The following table shows the top-10 players by winning percentage, as well as their average wins per year.
NCAA Tournament 2017 Top 10: #1 – UCLA Bruins (57.8%) Wins: 22.4 Wins per year: 3.5 Wins per game: #2 – Kentucky Wildcats (58.9%) Wins