The Big East boasts potential future NBA players like Syracuse’s Michael Carter-Williams or Louisville’s Gorgui Dieng, but are they the best players in the conference this season?
Well, maybe. When ranking these players, I took into account their statistics, value to the team, consistency and overall playing ability. This isn’t about the best NBA potential of Big East players, but a ranking of their production and value to their teams.
With a conference as deep as the Big East, it’s a daunting task to narrow down to the 10 best players. Obviously there will be players left off the list, but that’s simply because there isn’t enough room.
All statistics are current as of Jan. 29.
So, let’s get this started.