Notable Stats: 15.7 PPG, 8.5 RPG, 60.7 percent FG, 1.4 BPG
In Indiana's loss to Butler, Cody Zeller was a non-factor for a good 30 minutes of the game.
He attempted nine shots in 37 minutes, an unacceptable number for arguably the best player in college basketball.
You can blame the Indiana guards for not feeding the post, or the coach for not adjusting, but Zeller needs to take charge and assert himself as the leader.
Zeller also grabbed a pathetic five boards in a double-overtime game, which is a problem that continues to push him further from that coveted first overall honor.
As a 6'11'' prospect looking to solidify top-five status, you better be a damn good scorer if you're not going to block shots or control the glass. He's only making 5.4 field goals a game, as teams have begun to deny him the ball and get physical with him down low.
I've been stressing the Brook Lopez comparison for a few weeks now, and there's no reason to back off just yet.