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Scottie Reynolds a finalist for Oscar Robertson Trophy

The USBWA announced its 16 finalists for the Oscar Robertson Trophy, given to its player of the year. Among those finalists is Scottie Reynolds. So far this season Reynolds is averaging career-highs in points per game (18.9), field goal percentage (48.8) and 3-point percentage (40.2). While statistics tell part of the story, it is his ability come up big in crunch time that has gained him the most recognition.

This is the second straight season a Wildcat has been a finalist for the award. Last season it was Dante Cunningham.

The complete list of finalists is below:

Cole Aldrich, F, Kansas (6-11, 245, Jr., Bloomington, Minn.)
James Anderson, G, Oklahoma State (6-6, 210, Jr., Junction City, Ark.)
Sherron Collins, G, Kansas (5-11, 205, Sr., Chicago, Ill.)
DeMarcus Cousins, F, Kentucky (6-11, 260, Fr., Mobile, Ala.)
Devan Downey, G, South Carolina (5-9, 170, Sr., Chester, S.C.)
Jimmer Fredette, G, BYU (6-2, 195, Jr., Glens Falls, N.Y.)
Luke Harangody, F, Notre Dame (6-8, 246, Sr., Schererville, Ind.)
Robbie Hummel, F, Purdue (6-8, 208, Jr., Valparaiso, Ind.)
Damion James, G/F, Texas (6-7, 225, Sr., Nacogdoches, Texas)
Wesley Johnson, F, Syracuse (6-7, 205, Jr., Corsicana, Texas)
Dominique Jones, G, South Florida (6-4, 215, Jr., Lake Wales, Fla.)
Greg Monroe, C, Georgetown (6-11, 247, So., New Orleans, La.)
Scottie Reynolds, G, Villanova (6-2, 190, Se., Herndon, Va.)
Jon Scheyer, G, Duke (6-5, 190, Sr., Northbrook, Ill.)
Evan Turner, G/F, Ohio State (6-7, 205, So., Chicago, Ill.)
John Wall, G, Kentucky (6-4, 195, Fr., Raleigh, N.C.)

-David Cassilo

  1. Mary
    February 24, 2010 at 3:30 pm

    Post to your group or blog and tune into NBC Washington’s News4 at 5pm and hear about this story.

    Villanova Senior and Herndon native Scottie Reynolds has become one of the best college basketball players in the nation. Reynolds grew up in a loving home where he developed a passion for building relationships. But the one relationship he still longs for is with his biological mother. Reynolds was adopted at birth and has been dreaming about what he would say to her for years. Hakem Dermish sits down with the hoops star tonight on News4 at 5.

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