Akhuetie, Oraeme, and Jalalon among NCAA stat leaders so far

Santino Honasan on Jul 08, 2015 03:13 PM
Akhuetie, Oraeme, and Jalalon among NCAA stat leaders so far
Bright Akhuetie, Allwell Oraeme, and Jiovani Jalalon are on top of their games so far this season

We’re only about a couple of weeks into the 91st season of the NCAA, but already we’re seeing some emerging stars and consistent contributors in the men’s basketball tournament.

Here are this season’s statistical leaders so far:

 

POINTS PER GAME

THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT: Through three games, Perpetual's Bright Akhuetie is averaging 25.3 points, including a 44-point explosion against CSB.

 

  1. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 25.3
  2. Arthur Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 24.5
  3. Jon Ortuoste (San Sebastian) – 21.0
  4. Francis Munsayac (EAC) – 20.0
  5. Josan Nimes (Mapua) – 19.7
  6. Michael Calisaan (San Sebastian) – 19.0
  7. Rey Nambatac (Letran) – 18.0
  8. Jonathan Grey (CSB) – 17.7
  9. Shaq Alanes (Lyceum) – 16.5
  10. Chris Mejos (EAC) – 16.5

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

BOARD GAME: Mapua bigman Allwell Oraeme has been cleaning the glass as of late, pulling down a monster 19.3 boards per game, including a 22-rebound performance against San Sebastian

 

  1. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 19.3
  2. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 16.0
  3. Arthur Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 15.0
  4. Joseph Gabayni (Lyceum) – 12.0
  5. Prince Eze (Perpetual) – 11.5
  6. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 11.3
  7. Scottie Thompson (Perpetual) – 11.0
  8. Abdulrazak Abdulwahad (JRU) – 10.0
  9. Michael Calisaan (San Sebastian) – 9.0
  10. Felix Apreku (Letran) – 9.0

 

ASSISTS PER GAME

FLOOR GENERAL: Arellano's Jiovani Jalalon has been finding his teammates effectively, dishing out nine dimes per game and a season-high 12 against Lyceum

 

  1. Jiovani Jalalon (Arellano) – 9.0
  2. Scottie Thompson (Perpetual) – 8.0
  3. Ryusei Koga (San Beda) – 7.5
  4. Ryan Costelo (San Sebastian) – 7.0
  5. Jon Ortuoste (San Sebastian) – 6.0
  6. Josan Nimes (Mapua) – 6.0
  7. Arthur Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 5.5
  8. Roldan Sara (San Beda) – 5.0
  9. Andretti Stevens (Mapua) – 4.3
  10. CJ Isit (Mapua) – 4.0

 

STEALS PER GAME

LIKE A THIEF IN THE KNIGHT: Letran's Mark Cruz leads the league in steals, with almost three thefts through two games.

 

  1. Mark Cruz (Letran) – 2.5
  2. Andretti Stevens (Mapua) – 2.3
  3. Rey Nambatac (Letran) – 2.0
  4. Ryan Costelo (San Sebastian) – 2.0
  5. Francis Munsayac (EAC) – 2.0
  6. Roldan Sara (San Beda) – 2.0
  7. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 2.0
  8. Arthur Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 1.5
  9. Ken Salado (Arellano) – 1.5
  10. Jeramer Cabanag (San Beda) – 1.5

 

BLOCKS PER GAME

BLOCK LOCKDOWN: Aside from dominating the boards, Oraeme has also been sending 4.3 shots away through three games.

 

  1. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 4.3
  2. Don Gumaru (Arellano) – 3.0
  3. Javee Mocon (San Beda) – 3.0
  4. Prince Eze (Perpetual) – 2.5
  5. Adda Mbang (EAC) – 2.0
  6. Dioncee Holts (Arellano) – 2.0
  7. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 2.0
  8. Joseph Gabayni (Lyceum) – 1.5
  9. John Bangga (Arellano) 1.5
  10. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) 1.0

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