While many college basketball fans, commentators and even scouts use the subjective "eyeball test" to determine the best players, Ken Pomeroy has his own formula.
The bottom line with Pomeroy is numbers but not just straight stats.
Factors such as pace of play, strength of schedule and even luck are accommodated for in his system, and he even created a player of the year award he calls the kPOY.
Defense factors into who ultimately wins the kPOY, but we are interested in the offensive side of the ball for this article.
Overall scoring totals, shooting percentages and efficiency, assist-to-turnover ratios and how many possessions you are used for all play a role in which players top Pomeroy’s offensive ratings.
Read on to see which players could top these rankings in 2013-14.