NCAA Men’s Division I Top 3 Offensive Leaders

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Marcus Keene– Guard (Central Michigan University) 5’9 – 175lbs. Junior

Keene is the real deal. This guy can light it up. So far this season Keene is averaging 31.9 PPG to lead the nation in scoring. He’s an efficient scorer — he has a quick release on his shot, he can pull up off the dribble and also has tremendous range. To top it off, he’s not even shooting as much as he could be with the numbers he’s putting up. The guy is on a record-breaking streak if he keeps it up. The Chippewas are currently 9-3 on the season.

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Alec Peters– Forward (Valparaiso University) 6’9 – 235 lbs. Senior

Alec Peters is a legit pure shooter. So far this season he’s averaging 26.4 PPG and 10 RPG. Peters can score; he’s a great rebounder, decision maker, he has a solid post game and also the ability to step up for his team in big games. If Peters keeps it up he could possibly be a steal in the 2017 NBA draft. The Crusaders are currently 9-3 on the season.

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Dwayne Russell– Guard (Grand Canyon University) 5’11- 155lbs. Senior

Russell can flat out play. So far this season he’s averaging 25.2 PPG along with 4.9 APG. He’s a very confident player, he plays with a high level of energy, he’s tough, he can handle the ball, has a solid mid-range game and also attacks the basket well. If Russell keeps it up he’s going to make a lot of noise this season for his team down the stretch. The Antelopes are currently 8-5 on the season.

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