• Shederrian Jones

College basketball top 5 Power Rankings

Kansas Jayhawks (10-0): Although the Jayhawks are undefeated, they have always allowed their opponents to stay in the game, winning six of their ten games by single digits. On Tuesday, Kansas beat South Dakota 89-53. Dedric Lawson is the team's leading scorer, averaging 19.7 points per game. This Saturday, Kansas faces Arizona State, who look to put the first loss on the Jayhawks record this season.

Duke Blue Devils (10-1): The Blue Devils are the only team in the nation with the potential number one and two picks in the 2019 draft: RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson have been two of the most talked about players in the nation. Barrett is one of the top ten scorers in the nation. Averaging 24.5 points per game, he has scored 30 points twice and only scored below 20 points just one time. Meanwhile, Williamson has been consistent on both sides of the ball. Tuesday, the Blue Devils defeated Princeton 101-50, and tonight they play Texas Tech

Michigan Wolverines (11-0): Despite being undefeated, the Wolverines have had terrible defensive performances in their last few games. This Saturday, Michigan plays Air Force and should make up for the recent defensive issues. The offense is led by Jordan Poole, Charles Matthews, and Ignas Brazdeikis. With a win Saturday, Michigan can reassure the fans they are the most complete team in college basketball.

Tennessee Volunteers (9-1): Admiral Schofield is the Vols' best player and is willing to take a challenge from anyone. The Vols beat Samford 83-70 Wednesday night, and Saturday the Vols play Wake Forest, who are 6-3. Point Guard Jordan Bone is currently on a roll: he has has 33 assists in the last four games.

Nevada Wolfpack (11-0): Lead by Cody Martin, the Wolfpack are 11-0 and don't give up. In the past three games, Nevada has trailed at the half but has come back to win each game. Saturday, the Wolfpack faces Akron.