NCAA Season 91 stats race: Akhuetie, Oraeme, Jalalon remain ahead of the pack.

Santino Honasan on Aug 03, 2015 05:27 PM
Akhuetie, Oraeme, Jalalon lead NCAA stats race
Arellano's Jiovani Jalalon is the league's leading assists man with 10.3 per outing.

Familiar names keep hold of the top spots after week five of the NCAA Season 91 men’s basketball tournament.

POINTS PER GAME

Perpetual center Bright Akhuetie is still the league’s top scorer with 21.3 markers per game, but making their presence felt after week five is the Stags duo of Jamil Ortuoste and Michael Calisaan, averaging 17.8 and 17.0 respectively. San Sebastian’s 1-2 punch overtake Letran’s high-scoring frontcourt of Mark Cruz and Rey Nambatac.

 

  1. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 21.3
  2. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 20.7
  3. Josan Nimes (Mapua) – 19.7
  4. Jamil Ortuoste (San Sebastian) – 17.8
  5. Michael Calisaan (San Sebastian) – 17.0
  6. Scottie Thompson (Perpetual) – 16.3
  7. Mark Cruz (Letran) – 16.2
  8. Rey Nambatac (Letran) – 16.2
  9. Jonathan Grey (CSB) – 15.7
  10. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 15.6

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

Mapua bigman Allwell Oraeme still towers over the competition, averaging a monster 17.7 boards per game. EAC’s Sidney Onwubere is closest with 14.6 rebounds per game, while San Beda’s all-around man Art Dela Cruz is at third with 13.7 rebounds a game.

 

  1. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 17.7
  2. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 14.6
  3. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 13.7
  4. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 12.7
  5. Bradwyn Guinto (San Sebastian) – 12.7
  6. Scottie Thompson (Perpetual) – 9.7
  7. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 8.8
  8. Prince Eze (Perpetual) – 8.6
  9. Michael Calisaan (San Sebastian) – 8.0
  10. Dioncee Holts (Arellano) – 7.8

 

ASSISTS PER GAME

Arellano point guard Jiovani Jalalon is still the league’s best playmaker with 10.3 assists per game, while reigning MVP Scottie Thompson of Perpetual moves into the second spot with eight dimes per outing. Mapua’s CJ Isit comes in at third with 6.8 assists per game.

 

  1. Jiovani Jalalon (Arellano) – 10.3
  2. Scottie Thompson (Perpetual) – 8.0
  3. CJ Isit (Mapua) – 6.8
  4. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 6.5
  5. Josan Nimes (Mapua) – 6.2
  6. Roldan Sara (San Beda) – 4.8
  7. Ryusei Koga (San Beda) – 4.5
  8. Ryan Costelo (San Sebastian) – 4.2
  9. Jamil Ortuoste (San Sebastian) – 4.0
  10. McJour Luib (Letran) – 4.0

 

STEALS PER GAME

San Beda’s Roldan Sara and Letran’s Mark Cruz are the league’s best pickpockets, both averaging 2.2 thefts per game, while Cruz’ running mate Rey Nambatac is third with 2.0 steals per outing.

 

  1. Roldan Sara (San Beda) – 2.2
  2. Mark Cruz (Letran) – 2.2
  3. Rey Nambatac (Letran) – 2.0
  4. Jiovani Jalalon (Arellano) – 2.0
  5. Andretti Stevens (Mapua) – 1.8
  6. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 1.7
  7. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 1.6
  8. Ken Salado (Arellano) – 1.2
  9. Jebb Bulawan (Lyceum) – 1.2
  10. McJour Luib (Letran) – 1.2

 

BLOCKS PER GAME

Allwell Oraeme continues to give opposing slashers second thoughts at the basket with 3.8 rejections per game, followed by Perpetual’s Prince Eze, erasing 2.4 shots per game.

 

  1. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 3.4
  2. Prince Eze (Perpetual) – 2.4
  3. Dioncee Holts (Arellano) – 1.8
  4. Tom Sollano (Letran) – 1.8
  5. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 1.6
  6. Abdulrazak Abdulwahab (JRU) – 1.5
  7. Jean Nguidjol (Lyceum) – 1.4
  8. Adda Mbang (EAC) – 1.3
  9. Bradwyn Guinto (San Sebastian) – 1.2
  10. Jeffrey Ongteco (CSB) – 1.2  

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