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|Jimmer Fredette is averaging 21.5 points and five assists per game as 24-3 BYU enters tonight's game against Wyoming.|
My Robertson ballot has yet to arrive. However, if I had in my hand today and was forced to send it in, my choice would not be Turner, Cousins or Reynolds.
My pick would come from a mid-major, a player who is having an incredible season for a team that is talented enough to crash the Final Four party in Indianapolis. That would be Fredette, the best player nobody ever sees play because the Mountain West Conference has its national television package with CBS College Sports.
Fredette's line is 21.5/3.2/5.0/31.0 for a Brigham Young team that is 22-3. However, Fredette's true worth can be found in Pomeroy's tempo-free stats as the junior guard ranks in the nation's top 100 in seven categories: 1.4 fouls called per 40 minutes (18th), 31.0 percentage of possessions (27th), 122.1 offensive rating (59th), 31.5 assist rate (67.5), 30.6 percentage of shots (82nd), 1.4 fouls called per 40 minutes (85th) and 61.9 true shooting percentage (61.9).