Ranking the 10 Most Impressive Individual Stats in College Basketball So Far

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Ranking the 10 Most Impressive Individual Stats in College Basketball So Far
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Even though college basketball is a very team-oriented game, it's the statistics of the individual players that are often most impressive.

Iowa State is leading the nation with 19.8 assists per game, but the 10.1 assist average of LIU Brooklyn's Jason Brickman is exponentially more interesting.

Fouls are on the rise across the country, but Siena's Lavon Long is feeling the wrath of the officials more than anyone, getting whistled for 4.4 fouls per game.

Syracuse, UCLA and VCU are each averaging better than 10 steals per game, but Oakland's Duke Mondy is on a completely different level, averaging 4.7 steals per game all by his lonesome.

Those are just a few of the eye-popping individual statistics through the first six weeks of the 2013-14 season.

 

*Unless otherwise noted, all statistics on the following slides are current through the start of play on Thursday, December 19.

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