Here are your four finalists to be the 2020 Card Chronicle Person of the Year:
—Though he’s never won the honor, Walz is now a CC Person of the Year finalist for the fifth time.
—Led the 2019-20 Cards to a 28-4 overall record and another outright ACC regular season title. Had the team poised to be a top two seed in the NCAA tournament.
—Brought in yet another top three recruiting class, headlined by five-star guard Hailey Van Lith.
—Has the 2020-21 Cards currently unbeaten at 5-0 and ranked No. 2 in the AP top 25 poll.
—Continued his turn towards full-fledged NBA superstardom by averaging 36.3 ppg in the Jazz’s seven playoff games.
—Scored 57 points in one of those games, the third-most in NBA Playoffs history, slotting Mitchell behind only Michael Jordan and Elgin Baylor.
—Signed a monster extension with the Jazz and continues to release new editions of his signature shoe, all while continuing to be one of the most prominent U of L athletics supporters in the world.
—Donated a ton of money as well as proceeds from his shoe sales to worthy causes.
—Making his second appearance as a CC POY finalist.
—Led the 2019-20 Cardinals to a 24-7 record and a No. 3 seed in the canceled ACC tournament.
—Called out Kentucky and John Calipari before the start of the 2020-21 season, then beat the Wildcats two months later.
—Currently has Louisville at 6-1 as the calendar prepares to turn to 2021.
—Was named 2019-20 ACC Player of the Year after averaging 17.9 points per game for a Louisville team that went 16-2 in conference play.
—Was a consensus preseason First Team All-American heading into 2020-21.
—Is currently averaging a team-best 21.0 ppg for the undefeated and second-ranked Cardinals.
The polls will stay open from now until Friday morning, at which point we will crown out latest CC POY.
Who should be the 2020 Card Chronicle Person of the Year?
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