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Cast Your Vote for the 1st Annual Bleacher Report NCAA Player of the Year Award

Doug BrodessCorrespondent IJanuary 1, 2015

The Final Four is here.

Kentucky. Louisville. Ohio State. Kansas.

Two games on Saturday. One game on Monday to crown college basketball's national champion for 2012.

Before we get to Monday night, we want to give everyone a chance to vote for the first annual Bleacher Report College Basketball Player of the Year.

Throughout the season, updates were provided on how key players from across the country were doing. Players moved on and off the Top 10 list based on their individual and team performances.

The five players who were on the list most consistently were (alphabetically):

Anthony Davis - Kentucky

Draymond Green - Michigan State

Doug McDermott - Creighton

Thomas Robinson - Kansas

Jared Sullinger - Ohio State

By chance, these were also the Associated Press' All-America First Team.

All five of these players' teams competed in this year's NCAA Tournament.

Three of the five players (Davis, Robinson, and Sullinger) will competing this weekend in the Final Four in New Orleans.

If you are interested in reviewing their stats, click on each player's name.

Here is your chance to cast your vote and let your voice be heard.

Voting will be open until Monday, April 2, when the Championship Game begins at 9:00 pm (EST).

The winner will be announced on Tuesday morning, April 3rd.


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