Value Add Top 50: John Brown Visits Georgetown

John Brown has hit 65 percent of his shots, but Thursday he will face a Georgetown team that only lets opponents make 36.8 percent of their shots. Brown ranks 2nd in Value Add on the initial top 50 that includes five ACC players and is led by Roberto Nelson of Oregon State. Brown is followed by third-ranked Jordan Adams of UCLA, Sean Kilpatrick of Cincinnati and Kevin Pangos at Gonzaga (see top 50 list below).

The ACC is led by Lamar Patterson (Pitt 17), Tyler Ennis (Syracuse, 20), Jerian Grant (Notre Dame, 21), and Marcus Paige (UNC, 29) and Olivier Hanlan (Boston College, 30).

Against a very good Stetson defense (75th of 351), Brown had 27 points, 13 rebounds, three blocked shots and two steals while going 11 for 11 from the line. Despite drawing all the defense attention since he takes 32.3 percent of High Point’s shots, he has made 65 percent of all shots this year and 80 percent of all free throws. When High Point misses a shot, Brown grabs the rebound 21.5% of the time, the second best total in the country.

When High Point misses a shot, Brown grabs the rebound 21.5% percent of the time (2nd in the country). He makes 65 percent of his free throws and is one of the best at drawing fouls and hit 80 percent of his free throws. He blocks one in 10 of the 2-point shots opponents have tried. (Photo from High Point basketball Facebook page)

Rnk Fname Lname Class Ht School Conf Val Add
1 Roberto Nelson 4 Sr .6-04 Oregon St. P12 11.32
2 John Brown 1 Fr .6-08 High Point BSth 10.98
3 Jordan Adams 2 So .6-05 UCLA P12 10.59
4 Sean Kilpatrick 4 Sr .6-04 Cincinnati Amer 10.43
5 Kevin Pangos 3 Jr .6-02 Gonzaga WCC 10.22
6 Shabazz Napier 4 Sr .6-01 Connecticut Amer 10
7 Delon Wright 3 Jr .6-05 Utah P12 9.89
8 Brad Waldow 3 Jr .6-09 St. Mary's WCC 9.79
9 Ron Baker 2 So .6-03 Wichita St. MVC 9.76
10 Kendrick Perry 4 Sr .6-00 Youngstown St. Horz 9.6
11 DJ Balentine 2 So .6-02 Evansville MVC 9.44
12 Jacob Parker 3 Jr .6-06 Stephen F. Austin Slnd 9.32
13 Juwan Staten 3 Jr .6-01 West Virginia B12 9.15
14 Jeremy Ingram 4 Sr .6-03 NC Central MEAC 8.77
15 Xavier Thames 4 Sr .6-03 San Diego St. MWC 8.65
16 Joseph Young 3 Jr .6-02 Oregon P12 8.5
17 Lamar Patterson 4 Sr .6-05 Pittsburgh ACC 8.49
18 Jamel Waters 2 So .5-09 Alabama St. SWAC 8.41
19 Kendall Williams 4 Sr .6-04 New Mexico MWC 8.2
20 Tyler Ennis 1 Fr .6-02 Syracuse ACC 8.14
21 Jerian Grant 4 Sr .6-05 Notre Dame ACC 8.06
22 Stephen Croone 2 So .6-00 Furman SC 8.01
23 Keifer Sykes 3 Jr .5-11 UW-Green Day Horz 7.96
24 Langston Galloway 4 Sr .6-02 St. Joseph's A10 7.95
25 Jordan McRae 4 Sr .6-06 Tennessee SEC 7.89
26 Jelani Hewitt 3 Jr .6-02 Georgia Southern SC 7.86
27 Devin Oliver 4 Sr .6-07 Dayton A10 7.7
30 Olivier Hanlan 2 So .6-04 Boston College ACC 7.52
28 Glenn Cosey 4 Sr .6-00 Eastern Kentucky OVC 7.52
29 Marcus Paige 2 So .6-01 North Carolina ACC 7.52
31 Brandon Edwards 4 Sr .6-06 Texas Arlington SB 7.49
32 Jameel Warney 2 So .6-08 Stony Brook AE 7.48
33 Austin Tillotson 2 So .6-00 Colgate Pat 7.44
34 D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera 2 So .6-03 Georgetown BE 7.42
35 Nick Kellogg 4 Sr .6-03 Ohio MAC 7.4
36 George Beamon 4 Sr .6-04 Manhattan MAAC 7.39
37 Deonte Burton 4 Sr .6-01 Nevada MWC 7.35
38 Briante Weber 3 Jr .6-02 VCU A10 7.34
40 Bryn Forbes 2 So .6-03 Cleveland St. Horz 7.32
39 Riley Grabau 3 Jr .6-02 Wyoming MWC 7.32
41 Richard Carter 4 Sr .5-11 Drake MVC 7.3
42 Troy Huff 4 Sr .6-05 North Dakota BSky 7.24
44 Gary Bell 3 Jr .6-01 Gonzaga WCC 7.21
43 Frank Kaminsky 3 Jr .6-11 Wisconsin B10 7.21
45 Marcus Smart 2 So .6-04 Oklahoma St. B12 7.16
46 Chris Denson 4 Sr .6-02 Auburn SEC 7.07
47 Aaron Craft 4 Sr .6-02 Ohio St. B10 7.04
48 Jake Odum 4 Sr .6-04 Indiana St. MVC 7.03
49 Tim Frazier 4 Sr .6-01 Penn St. B10 7.03
50 Cady Lalanne 3 Jr .6-10 Massachusetts A10 7.01

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