Monday, February 24, 2014

All-ACC Candidate List

Because of the quick turnaround between the final game of the season and the All-ACC ballots being due, you have to start this legwork early. This is my exercise at getting the list of candidates to a manageable number.

My basic criteria were (ACC play only)
1. Offensive rating for the season over 100
2. Used in more than 20% of their team's possessions
3. Played at least 20 minutes per game

I added back two players - C.J. Fair who just misses the ORtg qualification in conference play. His insanely high usage rate means you have to give him more credit than ORtg is doing alone. These numbers aren't meant to be a be-all, end-all by any means just a way to cull the candidate pool.

Here's the final candidate list, a total of 30 players that will need to be chopped in half in 14 days, order by usage.

Player Team Usage% ORtg
T.J. Warren NC State 32.73 107.72
Jabari Parker Duke 32.33 106.06
Lamar Patterson Pittsburgh 31.03 105.21
K.J. McDaniels Clemson 29.36 111.34
Garrick Sherman Notre Dame 28.07 95.77
James Michael McAdoo North Carolina 26.27 103.99
Olivier Hanlan Boston College 26.25 113.73
Ian Miller Florida State 26.07 111.56
Ryan Anderson Boston College 25.95 104.35
C.J. Fair Syracuse 25.34 99.07
Dezmine Wells Maryland 25.23 111.99
Aaron Thomas Florida State 24.23 110.72
Rion Brown Miami (FL) 24.01 118.89
Seth Allen Maryland 23.25 110.11
Malcolm Brogdon Virginia 22.85 124.72
Joe Harris Virginia 22.7 116.77
Talib Zanna Pittsburgh 22.38 109.4
Eric Atkins Notre Dame 22.28 107.83
Tyler Ennis Syracuse 22.26 111.66
Rodney Hood Duke 22.09 117.44
Okaro White Florida State 21.98 113.47
Mike Tobey Virginia 21.97 100.9
Quinn Cook Duke 21.87 111.73
Marcus Paige North Carolina 21.41 116.16
Tyler Cavanaugh Wake Forest 21.25 102.79
Evan Smotrycz Maryland 21.16 101.2
Daniel Miller Georgia Tech 21.1 106.83
Rasheed Sulaimon Duke 20.76 119.64
Jerami Grant Syracuse 20.7 113.73

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