College Basketball: Most Dominant Player at Each Position of the Past 10 Years

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College Basketball: Most Dominant Player at Each Position of the Past 10 Years
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Year after year, a new college basketball player takes over as the most dominant force in the game.

Sadly, many of them aren't as successful in the NBA. That is no different with the list I have compiled.

The fact remains, these players put up the numbers to at least be considered by the majority as the most dominant at each position of the past 10 years.

There were two major requirements in compiling this list:

First, the player had to play more than one year of college basketball. There are no one-and-dones on this list. So you can go ahead and forget about Carmelo Anthony, Michael Beasley, Kevin Love or Kevin Durant.

Agree with it or not, I feel players should play at least two years in college before we list them as the "most dominant."

Second, the player had to show some dimension to his game. Simply being a scorer, a big-time rebounder or blocker doesn't earn "dominant" status in my book.

Feel free to post your own list if you have disagreements with mine.

That said, let's move on to the list.

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