There's more to being a college basketball conference's leading scorer than taking daring drives to the basket. There's more than just hitting a three-pointer or six.
Scoring ability is important, but it has to meet opportunity. Some of the nation's top scorers last season made it a habit to bomb up shots that would have most coaches yanking them from the game in an apoplectic rage.
The guys who managed 18 PPG and up, though, had coaches who invited them to do what they do.
Fall into a slump? Shoot your way out of it.
Hit a hot streak? Your coach isn't even thinking about calling a timeout. Leave that for the other bench.
In the power conferences, there are talented scorers galore, but these guys should be the best of the best.