College basketball may not have baseball's granular statistics about leading the league in on-base percentage in the month of June in afternoon games played at home against left-handed pitchers, but there have still been some staggeringly impressive statistics posted over the past decade.
The young man in the above picture is J.J. Barea from his days at Northeastern. During his senior year, Barea averaged 21.0 points and 8.4 assists per game while posting the highest single-season assist rate of the past decade.
And he arguably didn't even have the most impressive statistic among Northeastern players in that particular season.
Read on to find out what that stat was and where it ranks (in conjunction with Barea's great year) in our list of the craziest college basketball statistics of the past decade.