Handing out the Hardware: CHD makes its picks for the Players of November (Part 1 of 2)

Now that November has come and gone it is time to announce our picks for the players of the month from each conference. Each month Jon Teitel will rank the best five players from every conference based on their fantasy/statistical value. Players are listed in a standard five-position lineup (G-G-F-F-C) when possible, with several exceptions. If you think he overlooked anyone, feel free to post your feedback in the comments section below.


America East
G: Anthony Jackson (Stony Brook)
G: Jordan Reed (Binghamton)
F: Jameel Warney (Stony Brook)
F: Clancy Rugg (Vermont)
C: Chris Pelcher (New Hampshire)
Player of the Month: Jameel Warney (Stony Brook)

G: Russ Smith (Louisville)
G: Sean Kilpatrick (Cincinnati)
G: Shabazz Napier (Connecticut)
F: TaShawn Thomas (Houston)
F: Anthony Lee (Temple)
Player of the Month: Shabazz Napier (Connecticut)

G: Branden Frazier (Fordham)
G: Chaz Williams (Massachusetts)
F: Ovie Soko (Duquesne)
F: Isaiah Armwood (George Washington)
C: Cady Lalanne (Massachusetts)
Player of the Month: Cady Lalanne (Massachusetts)

G: Marcus Paige (North Carolina)
G: Jerian Grant (Notre Dame)
F: Jabari Parker (Duke)
F: KJ McDaniels (Clemson)
F: TJ Warren (NC State)
Player of the Month: Jabari Parker (Duke)

Atlantic Sun
G: Ty Greene (South Carolina Upstate)
G: Langston Hall (Mercer)
F: Torrey Craig (South Carolina Upstate)
F: Martin Smith (Lipscomb)
F: Chase Fieler (Florida Gulf Coast)
Player of the Month: Torrey Craig (South Carolina Upstate)

Big 12
G: Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State)
G: Juwan Staten (West Virginia)
G: DeAndre Kane (Iowa State)
F: Jonathan Holmes (Texas)
F: Perry Ellis (Kansas)
Player of the Month: Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State)

Big East
G: James Bell (Villanova)
G: Bryce Cotton (Providence)
F: Doug McDermott (Creighton)
F: Cleveland Melvin (DePaul)
F: LaDontae Henton (Providence)
Player of the Month: Doug McDermott (Creighton)

Big Sky
G: Troy Huff (North Dakota)
G: Kareem Jamar (Montana)
F: Derrick Barden (Northern Colorado)
F: Venky Jois (Eastern Washington)
C: Kyle Tresnak (Weber State)
Player of the Month: Kareem Jamar (Montana)

Big South
G: QJ Peterson (Virginia Military)
G: Saah Nimley (Charleston Southern)
F: John Brown (High Point)
F: Allan Chaney (High Point)
C: DJ Covington (Virginia Military)
Player of the Month: QJ Peterson (Virginia Military)

Big Ten
G: DJ Newbill (Penn State)
G: Tim Frazier (Penn State)
F: Drew Crawford (Northwestern)
F: Noah Vonleh (Indiana)
C: Adreian Payne (Michigan State)
Player of the Month: Tim Frazier (Penn State)

Big West
G: Josh Ritchart (UC Davis)
G: Mike Caffey (Long Beach State)
F: Christian Standhardinger (Hawaii)
F: Stephan Hicks (CSU Northridge)
F: Isaac Fotu (Hawaii)
Player of the Month: Stephan Hicks (CSU Northridge)

G: Marcus Thornton (William & Mary)
G: Davon Usher (Delaware)
G: Jarvis Threatt (Delaware)
F: Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)
F: Scott Eatherton (Northeastern)
Player of the Month: Jerrelle Benimon (Towson)

G: Aaron Bacote (Old Dominion)
G: Jay Hook (Tulane)
G: Kareem Canty (Marshall)
F: Elijah Pittman (Marshall)
F: Rakeem Buckles (Florida International)
Player of the Month: Elijah Pittman (Marshall)

G: Travis Bader (Oakland)
G: Kendrick Perry (Youngstown State)
G: Keifer Sykes (Wisconsin Green Bay)
F: Juwan Howard, Jr. (Detroit)
F: Matt Tiby (Wisconsin Milwaukee)
Player of the Month: Kendrick Perry (Youngstown State)

G: Tony Hicks (Pennsylvania)
G: Wesley Saunders (Harvard)
F: Justin Sears (Yale)
F: Gabas Maldunas (Dartmouth)
C: Darien Nelson-Henry (Pennsylvania)
Player of the Month: Wesley Saunders (Harvard)


One Comment

  1. and for those of you in search of a good sleeper team for march, i give you harvard:
    if fordham can lose a couple of games later this month, then as of next week the crimson could be 9-1 with a remaining schedule of undefeated uconn, 5 non-conference opponents with losing records, and 14 games against the Ivy League. i am NOT predicting a 28-2 record…but this team should not lose more than a handful of games all season and might even be favored in an ncaa tourney game if they finish in the top-25 and get a good seed.