This means absolutely nothing, but I thought that after five weeks of doing these "top performers" things I'd use them to try and see which Big East players are having the best seasons thus far.
I used the simplest scoring scale possible, one point for a No. 10 ranking, two points for a No. 9 ranking, and so on and so on. Obviously there are a number of flaws with this system, the most obvious being a player could have two really good weeks and three absolutely awful weeks, and still be ranked ahead of a player that has been consistently solid all season. My solution to this problem is that I have absolutely no solution, and am just doing this because I feel like it.
I do think, however, that as the weeks add up the point totals will more accurately showcase the players who are having the best seasons in the Big East.
- Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville (26 points)
- Harry Douglas, WR, Louisville (22 points)
- Steve Slaton, RB, West Virginia (21 points)
- Tiquan Underwood, WR, Rutgers (19 points)
- Ray Rice, RB, Rutgers (19 points)
- LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh (15 points)
- Pat White, QB, West Virginia (14 points)
- Andre Dixon, RB, Connecticut (14 points)
- Ben Mauk, QB, Cincinnati (11 points)
- Anthony Allen, RB, Louisville (10 points)
- Andrew Robinson, QB, Syracuse (10 points)
- George Selvie, DE, South Florida (28 points)
- Scott McKillop, LB, Pittsburgh (20 points)
- Nate Allen, S, South Florida (19 points)
- Danny Lansanah, LB, Connecticut (18 points)
- Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati (16 points)
- Lamar Myles, LB, Louisville (14 points)
- DeAngelo Smith, CB, Cincinnati (13 points)
- Haruki Nakamura, S, Cincinnati (10 points)
- Mortty Ivy, LB, West Virginia (10 points)
- Ben Moffitt, LB, South Florida (10 points)