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It's fitting that the nation's best perimeter scorer has the body of a power forward. The 6'7", 220-pound sophomore ranked third in scoring (23.2 ppg) and in three-point shooting (49.5%).
JARED SULLINGER, F, Ohio State
After surprising everyone by returning for his sophomore season, Sullinger dominated the paint, averaging 17.6 points and 9.3 rebounds, and hitting 53.9% of his shots.
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JEFF WITHEY, C, Kansas
The junior improved his scoring average to 9.3 ppg from just 2.3. That extra offense was a huge reason the Jayhawks were able to win an eighth straight Big 12 regular-season title.
DORON LAMB, G, Kentucky
While he's not as flashy as some of his other teammates, Lamb was the Wildcats' second-leading scorer (13.3 ppg) and the SEC's second-most accurate three-point shooter (45.7%).
ANTOINE YOUNG, G, Creighton