Best college basketball point guards (non-freshmen)
1. Isaiah Canaan, Murray State: The Racers senior has posted a double-figure scoring average in each of his three seasons.
2. Trey Burke, Michigan: The Wolverines became Final Four contenders when Burke announced he’d return for his sophomore season instead of entering the NBA draft.
3. Pierre Jackson, Baylor: Perry Jones III, Quincy Acy and Quincy Miller were all selected in the NBA draft. But the Bears never would’ve won a school-record 30 games and reached the Elite Eight if not for Jackson, who led Baylor in points (13.8) and assists (5.9) while shooting 82.2 percent from the foul stripe.
4. Matthew Dellavedova, Saint Mary’s: After honing his game at the Australian Institute of Sport, Dellavedova arrived at Saint Mary’s three years ago with the poise and fundamental skills of a college veteran.
5. Peyton Siva, Louisville: The Big East preseason player of the year made major strides in his game at the perfect time last season and helped the Cardinals reach the Final Four.