Week 4: Big Man Power Ranking

(Tyler Wilkinson, A Dime Back)

Every Monday (approx.) we will update the Big Man Power Ranking, heavily influenced by the play of the forwards and centers in the prior week’s games.


Larrier (AP)

1Terry Larrier [Last Week: 1]

Larrier had a relatively quiet week following his 27-point showing against Colgate. Still, he’s the only of the big guys on this list to score in double-figures in every game this year.

THIS WEEK

LarrierFG3PFTORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
Stony Brook4-62-22-203412040020
BU5-121-40-117211031024

THIS SEASON

 FGFG%3P3P%FTFT%ORTRPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
TOT55-13042.3%20-4643.5%26-3281.3%1868156622516335
AVG5.5-1342.3%2-4.643.5%2.6-3.281.3%1.85.215.60.62.20.51.633.5
Onuorah (AP)

2Dave Onuorah [8]

Large Dave has arrived y’all! He only attempted one shot in his first two games (he made it at least), but played good defensive, was great on the glass and energized UConn’s pick-and-roll offense.

THIS WEEK

OnuorahFG3PFTORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
Stony Brook0-00-00-03750021013
BU1-10-00-02522010014

THIS SEASON

 FGFG%3P3P%FTFT%ORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
TOT2-540.0%0-10.0%1-250.00%10292650113099
AVG0.2-0.640.0%0-0.10.0%0.1-0.250.0%1.13.22.90.60.01.20.30.011.0
Polley (Stephen Slade)

3Tyler Polley [2]

Polley didn’t do a whole lot in the box score this week but has (at least temporarily) locked down a spot in the starting lineup. He did have two Kobe assists (to himself!) against BU.

THIS WEEK

PolleyFG3PFTORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
Stony Brook2-41-31-20106110120
BU2-40-00-02204000018

THIS SEASON

 FGFG%3P3P%FTFT%ORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
TOT9-2733.3%3-1127.3%9-1090.0%51212301523150
AVG0.9-2.733.3%0.3-1.127.3%0.9-190.0%0.51.21.23.00.10.50.20.315.0
Cobb (Getty)

4Eric Cobb [3]

Cobb sprained his ankle early in the BU game. Prior to that, he played well against Stony Brook.

THIS WEEK

CobbFG3PFTORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
Stony Brook1-10-02-40714010114
BU0-00-00-0000000002

THIS SEASON

 FGFG%3P3P%FT%ORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
TOT4-944.4%0-00%50.0%5231111371357
AVG0.7-1.544.4%0-00%50.0%0.83.81.81.80.51.20.20.59.5
Carlton

5Josh Carlton [5]

Carlton continues to show flashes of talent that make him both intriguing and kinda frustrating. Like almost everyone on this list, he’s still developing. His four blocks against BU were a nice treat.

THIS WEEK

CarltonFG3PFTORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
Stony Brook1-20-00-1121201008
BU1-30-00-01422004012

THIS SEASON

 FGFG%3P3P%FTFT%ORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
TOT8-1747.1%0-00%8-1266.7%1028192421192106
AVG0.8-1.747.1%0-00%0.8-1.266.7%1.02.81.92.40.21.10.90.210.6
Diarra (A Dime Back)

6Mamadou Diarra [6]

Diarra still isn’t getting a whole lot of minutes. Part of that is his own fault. He committed two fouls in about eight seconds against BU. Once back in the game he did have a nice dunk.

THIS WEEK

DiarraFG3PFTORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
Stony Brook1-10-00110200104
BU1-10-00-0014201007

THIS SEASON

 FGFG%3P3P%FTFT%ORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKMIN
TOT9-2536.0%0-00%7-1643.8%16402625077103
AVG1-2.836.0%0-00%0.8-1.843.8%1.84.42.92.80.00.80.811.4
Whaley (A Dime Back)

7Isaiah Whaley [4]

Whaley’s rough week can be (at least partially) attributed to an impacted wisdom tooth. He didn’t score or grab a rebound in limited minutes this week.

THIS WEEK

WhaleyFG3PFTORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
Stony Brook0-00-00-0000001118
BU0-00-00-0001000004

THIS SEASON

 FGFG%3P3P%FTFT%ORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
TOT5-862.5%0-00%6-966.7%1014616345467
AVG0.6-162.5%0-00%0.8-1.166.7%1.31.80.82.00.40.50.60.58.4
Williams

8Kwintin Williams [7]

Kwint continues to occupy the last spot on UConn’s depth chart. After sitting out the Stony Brook game, he did make the most of his four minutes against BU, playing with a lot of energy and scoring his lone field goal after an impressive offensive rebound.

THIS WEEK

WilliamsFG3PFTORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
Stony Brook0-00-00-0000000000
BU1-10-00-0120200004

THIS SEASON

 FGFG%3P3P%FTFT%ORTRPFPTSASTTOBLKSTLMIN
TOT1-250.0%0-00%0-00%2332010115
AVG0.2-0.450.0%0-00%0-00%0.40.60.60.40.00.20.00.23.0

 

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Tyler Wilkinson

Owner & Editor-in-Chief of ADimeBack.com — founded in 2012 to provide additional useless insight on UConn sports.