Kentucky Basketball: Individual Rankings

After 12 games through our 2021-22 season, I decided to put the numbers up on display, comparing the entire roster and seeing where they all rank in different sections of the stat sheet. With no rhyme or reason, today just felt like the day to do it, so, here we go.


Total Points

  1. Oscar Tshiebwe - 190

  2. TyTy Washington - 167

  3. Sahvir Wheeler - 132

  4. Kellan Grady - 131

  5. Keion Brooks - 126


Points Per Game

  1. Oscar Tshiebwe - 15.8

  2. TyTy Washington - 13.9

  3. Keion Brooks - 11.5

  4. Sahvir Wheeler - 11.0

  5. Kellan Grady - 10.9


Total Rebounds

  1. Oscar Tshiebwe - 190

  2. TyTy Washington - 52

  3. Keion Brooks - 52


Rebounds Per Game

  1. Oscar Tshiebwe - 15.8

  2. Keion Brooks - 4.7

  3. TyTy Washington - 4.3


Total Assists

  1. Sahvir Wheeler - 94

  2. TyTy Washington - 42

  3. Jacob Toppin - 13


Total Steals

  1. Sahvir Wheeler - 18

  2. Oscar Tshiebwe -17

  3. TyTy Washington - 13


Total Blocks

  1. Oscar Tshiebwe - 20

  2. Daimion Collins - 16

  3. Keion Brooks - 9


Total Turnovers

  1. Sahvir Wheeler - 36

  2. Oscar Tshiebwe - 22

  3. TyTy Washington - 20

  4. Keion Brooks - 17


Total Made Field Goals

  1. Oscar Tshiebwe - 76

  2. TyTy Washington - 69

  3. Sahvir Wheeler - 55


Field Goal Percentage (min 40 shots)

  1. Oscar Tshiebwe - .613% (124 shots)

  2. Kellan Grady - .500% (90 shots)

  3. TyTy Washington - .489% (141 shots)

  4. Keion Brooks - .486% (107 shots)


Total Made Three-Pointers

  1. Kellan Grady - 31

  2. TyTy Washington - 16

  3. Davion Mintz - 10


Three-Point Percentage (10 or more attempted)

  1. Kellan Grady - .470% (31/66)

  2. TyTy Washington - .390% (16/41)

  3. Bryce Hopkins - .333% (4/12)

  4. Davion Mintz - .294% (10/34)


Total Minutes Played

  1. Sahvir Wheeler -376

  2. TyTy Washington - 371

  3. Kellan Grady - 347

  4. Oscar Tshiebwe - 340

  5. Keion Brooks - 258

  6. Davion Mintz - 178


Take these stats how you will, in terms of production and who has been most valuable to our team over a third of the way through the regular season. Kentucky is 10-2, on a three game winning streak and seem to be clicking heading into the end of 2022.


* In the comment section of this Twitter/Facebook post, let me know what shocked you the most, or any other statistics you'd like to have seen.





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