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Old 09-11-2019, 10:47 AM   #58
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2020-2021 Season Rankings by Class

Seniors

#1- Rob Nielsen (Stanford)- 1.467
#2- David Ginsberg (Syracuse)- 1.387
#3- Al Mighty (Texas)- 1.318

It was a tight race, but Rob continued a fantastic senior season by taking home the season win for the senior class.

Juniors

#1- Jaybard Riley (Louisville)- 1.346
#2- Benton Gale (Florida)- 1.277
#3- Deacon Palmer (Mississippi State)- 1.257
#4- Dean Hoo (Marquette)- 1.231
#5- Jace Hunter (Pittsburgh)- 1.220
#6- Kuji Chagulia (Arizona)- 1.196
#7- Tim Sheppard (Michigan State)- 1.098

Jaybard capped off a great junior season with a national championship and winning the race for the junior class.

Sophomores

#1- Will Brown (Duke)- 1.086
#2- Sophus Abel (Texas)- 1.071
#3- Matthew Ginsberg (Georgetown)- 1.019

It was close, but Will again takes advantage of his redshirt season, narrowly edging out Sophus for the sophomore win.

Freshmen

#1- Jerry Miller (Florida State)- 1.083
#2- Benito Sanchez (Utah State)- .955
#3- Cori O'Neill (Marquette)- .600

Even though Jerry only played half the season due to suspension, he still did enough to win this freshman class race. If Benito would have had a better postseason, things could have been different. Cori at least got some minutes, but not enough. Hopefully that picks up next season.

2020-2021 Season Rankings Overall

#1- Rob Nielsen (Stanford)- 1.467
#2- David Ginsberg (Syracuse)- 1.387
#3- Jaybard Riley (Louisville)- 1.346
#4- Al Mighty (Texas)- 1.318
#5- Benton Gale (Florida)- 1.277
#6- Deacon Palmer (Mississippi State)- 1.257
#7- Dean Hoo (Marquette)- 1.231
#8- Jace Hunter (Pittsburgh)- 1.220
#9- Kuji Chagulia (Arizona)- 1.196
#10- Tim Sheppard (Michigan State)- 1.098
#11- Will Brown (Duke)- 1.086
#12- Jerry Miller (Florida State)- 1.083
#13- Sophus Abel (Texas)- 1.071
#14- Matthew Ginsberg (Georgetown)- 1.019
#15- Benito Sanchez (Utah State)- .955
#16- Cori O'Neill (Marquette)- .600

3 of the top 4 come from the senior class, great work all around. The middle of the pack was dominated by the junior class, with the sophomores and frosh needing to pick it up a bit next season.
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