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Top 15 at each Position in NCAAB of Last Decade

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Point Guard:

  1. Jason Williams- Duke
  2. Chris Paul- Wake Forest
  3. Stephen Curry- Davidson
  4. Jon Scheyer- Duke
  5. Jameer Nelson- St. Joseph’s
  6. Kemba Walker- UCONN
  7. Mateen Cleaves- Michigan State
  8. Raymond Felton- North Carolina
  9. Trey Burke- Michigan
  10. Peyton Siva- Louisville
  11. TJ Ford- Texas
  12. Deron Williams- Illinois
  13. Ty Lawson- North Carolina
  14. Sherron Collins- Kansas
  15. Kalin Lucas- Michigan State

Shooting Guards:

  1. JJ Redick- Duke
  2. Jimmer Fredette- BYU
  3. Dwyane Wade- Marquette
  4. Juan Dixon- Maryland
  5. Gerry McNamara- Syracuse
  6. Nolan Smith- Duke
  7. Evan Turner- Ohio State
  8. Ben Gordon- UCONN
  9. James Anderson- Oklahoma State
  10. Brandon Roy- Washington
  11. Danny Green- North Carolina
  12. Randy Foye- Villanova
  13. Scottie Reynolds- Villanova
  14. Gerald Henderson- Duke
  15. John Jenkins- Vanderbilt

Small Forwards:

  1. Carmelo Anthony- Syracuse
  2. Adam Morrison- Gonzaga
  3. Kevin Durant- Texas
  4. Shane Battier- Duke
  5. Michael Beasley- Kansas State
  6. Kyle Singler- Duke
  7. Caron Butler- UCONN
  8. Tayshaun Prince- Kentucky
  9. Gordon Hayward- Butler
  10. Rudy Gay- UCONN
  11. Kawhi Leonard- San Diego State
  12. CJ Leslie- North Carolina State
  13. Doug McDermott- Creighton
  14. Harrison Barnes- North Carolina
  15. Robbie Hummel- Purdue

Power Forwards:

  1. Tyler Hansbrough- North Carolina
  2. Blake Griffin- Oklahoma
  3. Kevin Love- UCLA
  4. David West- Xavier
  5. Matt Howard- Butler
  6. Hakim Warrick- Syracuse
  7. Sean May- North Carolina
  8. Shelden Williams- Duke
  9. Nick Collison- Kansas
  10. Luke Harangody- Notre Dame
  11. Jared Sullinger- Ohio State
  12. Nick Fazekas- Nevada
  13. Drew Gooden- Kansas
  14. Paul Millsap- Louisiana Tech
  15. Patrick Patterson- Kentucky

Centers:

  1. Greg Oden- Ohio State
  2. Emeka Okafor- UCONN
  3. DeJuan Blair- Pittsburgh
  4. Joakim Noah- Florida
  5. Andrew Bogut- Utah
  6. Al Horford- Florida
  7. DeMarcus Cousins- Kentucky
  8. Tyler Zeller- North Carolina
  9. Anthony Davis- Kentucky
  10. Hasheem Thabeet- UCONN
  11. Cody Zeller- Indiana
  12. Jeff Withey- Kansas
  13. Mason Plumlee- Duke
  14. JaJuan Johnson- Purdue
  15. Perry Jones III- Baylor

 

College Breakdown:

  • Duke- 9 Players
  • North Carolina- 7 Players
  • UCONN- 6 Players
  • Kansas- 4 Players
  • Kentucky- 4 Players
  • Ohio State- 3 Players
  • Syracuse- 3 Players
  • Texas- 2 Players
  • Purdue- 2 Players
  • Florida- 2 Players
  • Butler- 2 Players
  • Michigan State- 2 Players
  • Villanova- 2 Players
  • Wake Forest- 1 Player
  • Illinois- 1 Player
  • Xavier- 1 Player
  • Notre Dame- 1 Player
  • Utah- 1 Player
  • Davidson- 1 Player
  • BYU- 1 Player
  • San Diego State- 1 Player
  • North Carolina State- 1 Player
  • Creighton- 1 Player
  • Marquette- 1 Player
  • Pittsburgh- 1 Player
  • Maryland- 1 Player
  • UCLA- 1 Player
  • Gonzaga- 1 Player
  • Kansas State- 1 Player
  • Indiana- 1 Player
  • Baylor- 1 Player
  • Louisville- 1 Player
  • St. Joseph’s- 1 Player
  • Nevada- 1 Player
  • Louisiana Tech- 1 Player
  • Oklahoma State- 1 Player
  • Oklahoma- 1 Player
  • Vanderbilt- 1 Player
  • Washington- 1 Player
  • Michigan- 1 Player

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