Monday, August 22, 2011

Non-D1 Player Power Rankings (Top 161)

This list ranks the best players from all non-D1 schools in the United States. The criteria used were applied with regard to basketball potential down the road.

1. Lamonte Thomas , Johnson & Wales
2. Karron Johnson, Shaw University
3. Marcus Goode, Benedict
4. Jet Chang, BYU-Hawaii
5. Shedrick Haynes, Tarleton St.
6. Taylor King, Concordia (CA)
7. Tyrone Shelley, Georgetown (Ky)
8. Kenyon Smith, Southern Indiana
9. LA Farmer, Arkansas Monticello
10. Braydon Hobbs, Bellarmine
11. Cody Schilling, Augustana
12. Da’Ron Sims, West Georgia
13. Jason Adams, Missouri Southern
14. Doug Wiggins, Mountain St.
15. Gaither Hendrix, Brevard College
16. Zane Campbell, Alabama Huntsville
17. Isaac Thornton, Fairmont St.
18. Marquise Mems, Tougaloo
19. Michael Lloyd, Midwestern St.
20. David Gibbs, Mount Ida
21. Gerald Fulton, Missouri-St. Louis
22. Teondre Williams, Clayton St.
23. Josh Proctor, West Virginia Tech
24. Shavontae Samuels, Mayville St.
25. Cameron McCaffrey, Augustana
26. Diante Watkins, Robert Morris
27. Jarrell Douglas, Limestone
28. James Wang, Williams College
29. Denzel Mooney, Lincoln (PA)
30. Charlie Chapman, Minnesota St. Morehead
31. Kashiff Carr, St. Catharine
32. Kwame Alexander, Cal St. San Bernadino
33. Trevin Parks, Johnson C. Smith
34. Fayzon Richey, Saint Gregory’s
35. Andy Poling, Seattle Pacific
36. Darrick Thomas, Midwestern St.
37. Harrison George, Hampden-Sydney
38. Dontahe Jordan, Bloomsburg
39. Andra Bailey, Pittsburg St.
40. Kenny Manigault, USC Aiken
41. Tim Eriste, Tarleton St.
42. Brandon Brown, Montana Western
43. Jonathan Dunn, Northwood
44. Temi Adebayo, Philadelphia U.
45. DeAngelo Riley, Azusa Pacific
46. Ricardo Hall, Arkansas Monticello
47. Lavonte Douglas, Missouri Western St.
48. Thomas Manzano, New Mexico Highlands
49. Desmond Johnson, Lincoln Memorial
50. Nefi Perdomo, San Francisco St.
51. Chris Ware, Indiana Tech
52. Xavier Humphrey, Charleston University
53. Alex Hall, Drury
54. Keon Moore, Catawba
55. Luis Leao, Mercyhurst College
56. Clayton Vette, Winona St.
57. Anthony Young, Kentucky Wesleyan
58. Reggie Jones, Cal St. Stanislaus
59. Edward Willis, Concordia (CA)
60. LaDarren Williams, Texas College
61. Derek Staton, Mount Olive
62. Brandon Herbert, District of Columbia
63. Collin Pryor, Northern St.
64. Urald King, Southeastern Oklahoma
65. Jonathan Phelps, Missouri Western St.
66. James Justice, Martin Methodist
67. Desmond Henry, Cameron
68. Tarell Clark, Minnesota St. Morehead
69. Walter Hill, Shorter (GA)
70. Darian Canty, Lander University
71. Justin Henderson, Indiana Tech
72. Terrell Lipkins, Charleston University
73. Killian Larson, Dominican
74. Isiah Wallace, American International
75. Mike Hollingsworth, Wayne St.
76. Jon Ward, Ursinas
77. Alvin Brown, USC Aiken
78. Alquan Mendenhall, West Alabama
79. TJ Riley, Western New Mexico
80. Roger Loatman, Rowan University
81. Tim McCrary, Wheaton (IL)
82. Vic Moses, Georgetown (Ky)
83. Desmond King, Texas A&M-Commerce
84. Jerry Hampton, Le Moyne Owens
85. Markeith Wilson, Rust College
86. Griffon Jones, Dixie St.
87. Romaric Lasme, Southern Indiana
88. Reggie Evans, Metro St.
89. Marquis Addison, Missouri Southern
90. Ryan Sheehan, Nichols College
91. Amry Shelby, Wayne St.
92. Qadr Owens, Saint Francis (Ind)
93. DJ Woodmore, Virginia Wesleyan
94. Marquis Richards, Adams St.
95. Mike Wiebe, College of the Ozarks
96. JaMario Clayton, Ocean County CC
97. Marshall Johnson, Azusa Pacific
98. Jerrel Harris, UW Stevens Point
99. DeShaun Cooper, Northwest Missouri St.
100. Andy Garland, Carroll
101. John Petrucelli, Molloy
102. Sean Rossi, Ithaca College
103. Brandon Riley, Newberry
104. Greg Foster, Saginaw Valley St.
105. Courtney Carr, West Texas A&M
106. Nate Barnes, Alderson Broaddus
107. John Allen, Western Washington
108. Terrance Tubbs, Washburn
109. James Thomas, Grand Valley St.
110. Nick Larson, William Jewel
111. Ryan Sharry, Middlebury
112. Donterious Hughes, Mars Hill
113. Fabian Wilson, Tarleton St.
114. Patrick Grubbs, Pitt-Johnston
115. Michael France, Trevecca Nazarene
116. Tim Smith, Holy Family
117. Brian Clark, Salem St.
118. Jared Benson, Northern Michigan
119. Kyle Teichman, Freed-Hardeman
120. Sedale Jones, Curry College
121. Justin Brown, St. Thomas Aquinas
122. Asmar Edwards, Bergen County CC
123. Elijah Allen, Northwest Missouri St.
124. Taylor Rohde, Alaska Anchorage
125. Malik Tinsley, Davis & Elkins
126. Evan Yates, Ashland University
127. Shayar Lee, Adams St.
128. Chris Witherspoon, Winston Salem St.
129. Elgin Brown, Ramapo
130. Derrell Williams, Wayne St.
131. Justin Glover, Winston Salem St.
132. Ahmad Hassan, Ramapo
133. Tommy Granado, Concordia (CA)
134. CJ Erickson, Winona St.
135. Torez Young-Canty, Winston Salem St.
136. Deray Wilson, Adams St.
137. Turell Morris, Union (Ky)
138. Ahmad Harris, Bloomfield
139. Chad Carter, Western New Mexico
140. Kevin Knab, Marietta
141. Ray Askew, Albertus Magnus
142. Asmar Capers, Drew
143. DaQuan Brooks, Western Connecticut
144. Andrew August, Montclair
145. Javon Williams, LaSell
146. Spencer Liddic, Muhlenberg
147. Andre King, Saint Anselm
148. Ali Haidar, Michigan Tech
149. Matt Johnson, Chicago
150. Blair Rozenblad, Thiel
151. Georgio Milligan, Franklin & Marshall
152. LaQuan Peterkin, Ramapo
153. Malcolm Gilbert, Passaic CCC
154. Melvin Williams, Great Falls University
155. Leon Porter, Dominican
156. Pat Sullivan, Hamilton
157. Chad Burridge, Oswego St.
158. Nick Novak, Pitt-Johnston
159. Davin Anderson, Adams St.
160. Nate Ensz, Notre Dame College
161. Ardell Roberts, Passaic CCC


  1. Torez Young is def a steal for Winston-Salem State University. The kid is a flat out great Point Guard. I had a chance to talk with him this summer and the only reason why he did not go back to D1 is he came home to help raise his younger siblings. Also his mother has never seen him play in college before.

  2. MP,

    Thank you for the comment. I will definitely keep him in mind for the future. I say this because after researching him, I found that he is out for the season after suffering a torn ligament in a pickup game.


  3. Yea I found that out looking online. That's a tough lost for Winston-Salem State University. I pray he recovers soon. Great basketball player but even a better person. He's def a winner. I watch him in prep school and the year he spent a Gramblig. Then watching him this summer in Pro am
    Games he looks unstoppable. I hear that Josh Howard is his big brother and really worked out with a lot of pros this summer. But it breaks my heart he's hurt I ready to see him take over the CIAA conference.