The Top Players in College Basketball for the 2020 Season

It seems that several decades passed when the last sports game took place. When all the games ended suddenly in March, many people didn’t think about sports because of the general panics and absence of understanding of the situation. However, already in several weeks, we wanted to see the usual match or even participate in a game.

Fortunately, college hoops are back even though we are in a state of uncertainty. However, there are still some players who can make this strange season special. This is a list based on the expected performance for this period. If you want to spend more time watching games or participating in some, don’t hesitate to visit yarkoweb as it will allow you to devote more time to your hobbies.

Here are the top 6 players of this season:

1. Luka Garza, Iowa – Senior

Center Luca Garza (21 years old, 211 cm) announced that he is withdrawing his candidacy from the 2020 NBA draft and returns to the University of Iowa. Garza averaged 23.9 points, 9.8 rebounds, and 1.8 blocks per game last NCAA season and was voted the best center in the First Division.

2. Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State – Freshman

2021 NBA draft pick Cade Cunningham has decided to host the 2020/21 season in Oklahoma State. Cunningham remained loyal to the earlier decision, despite the NCAA banning the university from participating in the 2021 playoffs for earlier violations. The player could transfer to another university or start a career in a new G-League team for talented students.

3. Jared Butler, Baylor – Junior

Baylor defender Jared Butler has entered the 2020 NBA Draft. Butler finished his second season in the NCAA with averaging 16.0 points, 3.1 assists, and 1.6 steals per game. He realized 38% from long range. Butler is ranked 41st on ESPN’s Top 100 Draft Prospects.

4. Collin Gillespie, Villanova – Senior

It is known that Villanova is a great team and unsurprisingly they are favored to win the Big East again considering their best player – Collin Gillespie. He is always noticed as an individual player. Moreover, he sharpened his skills during the last season and discovered new levels of winning. In this season, he is expected to become a more significant contributor as a scorer as well as decrease the number of physical damages during the defense.

5. Marcus Zegarowski, Creighton – Junior

It is believed that Zegarowski is actually the only noticeable player on the team. However, it is more than enough for the audience to notice him. His achievements during the last season made it highly efficient and allowed Marcus to develop. It also allowed several of his teammates to elevate their performance. Zegarowski is expected to achieve success this season and even enter the All-American honors.

6. Corey Kispert, Gonzaga – Senior

As a true freshman, Kispert played in all 35 Gonzaga games with seven starts, averaging 6.7 points and 3.2 rebounds per game. He started зplaying for the Bulldogs in his sophomore year, averaging 8.0 points and 4.1 rebounds per game. Entering his adult season, Kispert was included in the All-West Coast Conference preseason team. He scored his 1000th career point in his first match of the season against Kansas, scoring 23 points in a 102–90 win.

Follow the news to see who will this season’s award go to and who will score the most points. Even though it might be the weirdest season ever, we are already used to everything thanks to this year. So, let’s just enjoy the games.