The Baylor Bears started this season with a 17-0 record and the best start in school history. They may have dropped two games recently to knock them from the unbeaten ranks, but they have preserved the latter fact and currently sit at 19-2 and third place in the Big 12.
Even though the Bears faltered in their play against two of the Big 12’s other elite teams, there is no disputing the fact that Baylor has come to play this season and will be a threat come March.
They boast a very deep roster and even stake claim to the conference’s preseason Player of the Year award winner.
The following will break down the play of each player on the Baylor roster for his performance this season.
Note: Each grade is assigned based on improvement or regression from last previous seasons, play in big games and road games, the ability of a player to work with teammates, how a player compares to others at his position, how essential a player is to a team and various intangibles.