After a brief week of negativity we are back in full force with another edition of the top weekly performers.
This week's version is a bit of a mixed bag. Half a tribute to some of the best and most consistent upperclassmen who haven't gotten enough recognition on the site, and half a look at a couple of intriguing sleepers who have caught our eye as the season nears it's conclusion. There is a bit of overlap between the two as well as you might expect. Solomon Jones
has been one of the best big men in the incredibly tough Big East all season long, but hasn't gotten much hype to back it up until now; Brandon Roy
is making a strong case out West for joining Redick and Morrison as a first team All-American with a near triple-double; Alexander Johnson
and FSU are finally starting to see the fruits of his labor pay off in the form of double-double after double-double in the ACC; Allan Ray
finally gets a well-deserved mention thanks to his outstanding performance against UConn last week as well as his play all season long; Justin Williams
is the 2nd best shot-blocker in the country despite playing on one leg all season long; and Maryland transfer Andre Collins
is quietly showing the country why he may have deserved more opportunities than he garnered in his first three years in college, to the tune of nearly 27 points per game.