POY Rankings

A10 Player of the Year Rankings: 2/6

We are past the halfway point! Things are starting to get a little crazy, but not much has changed in the Top 5. In our weekly series, we rank the best players in the Atlantic 10. Enjoy!

Jack Gibbs, Davidson- Gibbs just refuses to give up the number one spot. Back to back 25+ point games highlight the guard’s week. Gibbs continued his impressive shooting display against VCU, shooting 50% from three. The junior is showing no signs of slowing down

DeAndre Bembry, St. Joes- The two spot is where Bembry stays after a solid game all around against St. Bonaventure. Bembry had 22 points along with 7 assists and 6 rebounds. Over the past two games Bembry has shot the ball consistently well, shooting 56% from the field.

Terry Allen, Richmond- Terry has been Mr. Consistent all year long for the Spiders, scoring in double figures for 31 straight games.Terry had 16 points and 9 rebounds in a losing effort against GMU. He will need to pick it up if he wants to move up in the discussion.

Melvin Johnson, VCU- The junior guard continued his tear through A10 play with a 30 point outing against La Salle. Johnson is undoubtedly one of the best shooters in the A10, shooting 44% from behind the arc. Johnson will have to pick it up in other areas of his game if he wants to move up.

Trey Davis- Davis reenters the Top 5 after a strong performance against URI. Trey had 20 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists in the OT win. Davis has been a bright spot for the Minutemen, who are 2-7 in conference play.

Honorable Mentions:

Jequan Lewis
Charles Cooke
Isaiah Miles
Jordan Price
Marcus Posley