Andy Katz ranked the top clutch players of the last decade in college basketball and two former Wildcats landed in the top 10.
Doron Lamb rounded out the top 10 and Aaron Harrison landed at sixth on the list. Carsen Edwards, Shazazz Napier, Kyle Guy, Kris Jenkins, and Kemba Walker finished ahead of Harrison on the list.
Personally, it seems hard to put Harrison at sixth when his streak of big-time baskets during the 2014 tournament run is virtually unmatched within the last decade.
Lamb was a good addition that a lot of people probably wouldn’t normally think of, but he was notorious during the 2012 title run for calmly hitting a big three whenever Kentucky’s opponent would begin to go on a run or gain momentum.
How would you rank this list? Would Harrison go higher? Is Lamb just right at 10?
#KatzRankz: Top Clutch Players, as heard on the #MM365 pod w/@TheAndyKatz!— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) July 3, 2020
1. Kemba Walker
2. Kris Jenkins
3. Kyle Guy
4. Shabazz Napier
5. Carsen Edwards
6. Aaron Harrison
7. Tyus Jones
8. Jalen Brunson
9. Marcus Paige
10. Doron Lamb
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