Can the Pac-10 rebound?
This season, Insider will feature the writing of six current NCAA basketball players, contributing their thoughts on issues facing their conferences. Washington Huskies guard Isaiah Thomas gets the series started with a look at the Pac-10.
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Isaiah Thomas, Washington
A 2010 preseason Wooden Award candidate, Thomas made 2010 first-team All-Pac-10 and was 2010 Pac-10 tournament Most Outstanding Player. He has not been offered a position with the Knicks.
Chris Singleton, Florida State
The reigning ACC Defensive Player of the Year and the fifth player in league history to rank in the top five in both steals and blocks. Tremendous wingspan gives him an advantage both on the court and in My Dougie competitions.
Quincy Acy, Baylor
A reserve on last year's Elite Eight team, Acy turned heads with a ten-dunk performance against Texas last season. This year, "Cookie Monster" is averaging 13.0 ppg and 7.6 rpg for the Bears.
Scoop Jardine, Syracuse
Jardine averaged 9.1 ppg and 1.9 apg for the Orange.
Draymond Green, Michigan St.
Green was a quad-captain on last year's Final Four team and became the 1st MSU player ever to be named Big Ten Sixth Man of the Year. Lindy's also named "Day Day" the Most Entertaining Player in the Big Ten.
Chandler Parsons, Florida
Parsons hit two true buzzer-beaters last January, (a 75-footer to beat NC State and a spot-up 3 to knock off South Carolina). This season he's decided to take his talents to Insider.