For stat geeks, John Hollinger has developed PER Rates for college statistics. For those wondering, PER stands for Player Efficiency Ratings, and is a measure (per-minute and is pace-adjusted) of how effective a player is (similar to VORP). Also like VORP, PER has limitations and doesn't take into account non-statistical things, like excellent defense or the propensity to take charges. 15 is a perfectly average player (replacement level). Texas players (Big XII rank in parentheses): Damion James 29.29 (2 / 17 overall) Dexter Pittman 28.32 (3 / 27 overall) Jordan Hamilton 19.12 (31) Gary Johnson 18.39 (32) Avery Bradley 15.29 (57) Dogus Balbay 13.74 (65) J'Covan Brown 13.58 (68) Alexis Wangmene 13.32 (71) Justin Mason 10.19 (89) Yeah, that lack of solid PG play hurt. For those wondering, James Anderson was #1 in the Big XII at 29.63. DeMarcus Cousins was #1 overall at 35.45. POY candidates Evan Turner was #5 at 31.30, John Wall #13 in the SEC at 22.40 (likely due to high TO and low true shooting %).