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Brad, February 9 in
USF South Florida Bulls Athletics
61 members have voted
This one is tough as these guys play as a team. For me it was between Q and Yetna. But I went with Q. He was the one vital to our early great start, has been a team leader, and does not take **** from opponents. Very competitive on the floor.
Same here, Q got my vote as he sets the tone with his aggression and never-quit attitude.
That being said, the entire team is just that, a TEAM. It seems to be a different guy stepping up every night which is what makes them so tough.
I went with Yetna so far. If he misses a few more games I would have to change it to Rideau
When your point guard is leading the league in assists and steals, you're getting a very high level of production from that position. Add in the 4 rebounds and 14 peg and it's a no brainer to me. I cantimagine the offense doing much of anything without him. If you look at the advanced stats, he easily has the best +/- on the team.
Had to go with Q. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a USF guy grind out from game start to finish as well as he has this season. We thought we’d be screwed without Yetna but I’d say even more so if Q was out.
Rideau and Yetna have been great , but Collins has been great in the clutch lately, I'll wait till season's end to make my choice.
It won’t be preliminary, then.
1. Alexis Yetna
2. David Collins
3. LaQuincy Rideau
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