Louisville point guard Carlik Jones is one of 20 players who have made the watch list cut for the Wooden Award, which is given annually to the best player in college basketball.
Eight players were trimmed and three were added (Hunter Dickinson, Justin Champagnie and Quentin Grimes) from the last Wooden Award watch list, which included 25 players.
Here’s the new list:
Charles Bassey, Western Kentucky (6-11, Jr., C)
James Bouknight, Connecticut (6-5, Soph., G)
Jared Butler, Baylor (6-3 , Jr., G)
Marcus Carr, Minnesota (6-2, Jr., G)
Justin Champagnie, Pittsburgh (6-6, Soph., F)
Kofi Cockburn, Illinois (7-0, Soph., C)
Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State (6-8, Fr., G)
Hunter Dickinson, Michigan (7-1, Fr., C)
Ayo Dosunmu, Illinois (6-5, Jr., G)Luka Garza, Iowa (6-11, Sr., C)
Collin Gillespie, Villanova (6-3, Sr., G)
Quentin Grimes, Houston (6-5, Jr., G)
Ron Harper Jr., Rutgers (6-6, Jr., G/F)
Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana (6-9, Soph., F)
Carlik Jones, Louisville (6-1, Sr., G)
Corey Kispert, Gonzaga (6-7, Sr., F)
Evan Mobley, USC (7-0, Fr., F)
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Villanova (6-9, Soph., F)
Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga (6-4, Fr., G)
Drew Timme, Gonzaga (6-10, Soph., F)
Congrats to Carlik.