View Full Version : Scheyer finalist for Oscar Robertson award

02-16-2010, 06:35 PM
The final 16 for the Robertson award, presented to the nation's top player, by the United States Basketball Writers Association.

Curiously, Scheyer is the only ACC player left. I would think that Mr. Vasquez was cut a tad early.

Complete list below.

Cole Aldrich, F, Kansas (6-11, 245, Jr., Bloomington, Minn.)
James Anderson, G, Oklahoma State (6-6, 210, Jr., Junction City, Ark.)
Sherron Collins, G, Kansas (5-11, 205, Sr., Chicago, Ill.)
DeMarcus Cousins, F, Kentucky (6-11, 260, Fr., Mobile, Ala.)
Devan Downey, G, South Carolina (5-9, 170, Sr., Chester, S.C.)
Jimmer Fredette, G, BYU (6-2, 195, Jr., Glens Falls, N.Y.)
Luke Harangody, F, Notre Dame (6-8, 246, Sr., Schererville, Ind.)
Robbie Hummel, F, Purdue (6-8, 208, Jr., Valparaiso, Ind.)
Damion James, G/F, Texas (6-7, 225, Sr., Nacogdoches, Texas)
Wesley Johnson, F, Syracuse (6-7, 205, Jr., Corsicana, Texas)
Dominique Jones, G, South Florida (6-4, 215, Jr., Lake Wales, Fla.)
Greg Monroe, C, Georgetown (6-11, 247, So., New Orleans, La.)
Scottie Reynolds, G, Villanova (6-2, 190, Se., Herndon, Va.)
Jon Scheyer, G, Duke (6-5, 190, Sr., Northbrook, Ill.)
Evan Turner, G/F, Ohio State (6-7, 205, So., Chicago, Ill.)
John Wall, G, Kentucky (6-4, 195, Fr., Raleigh, N.C.)

02-16-2010, 07:33 PM
I would argue that Aminu should most definitely be up there before Aldrich, and the evidence could certainly be made for Vasquez. Other ACC players (Booker, Delaney, Landesberg) could be pushed for as well, though they would definitely be borderline cases. Still, it's easy to say the ACC could have put in a couple more candidates (though I'm sure one could bring up similar misses in most power conferences).