Player Context Ratings

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Player Context Ratings are based on an aggregate of points based on multiple criteria. For each criterion the best value is given 100 points, the least value 0 points, and values in between are awarded points on a percentile basis (50 points represents NCAA average). Each criteria is weighted (multiplied by 0 to 2.0) and then sum-totaled. Only stat qualifiers are included.

Class: Class year, G: Games, Points: Aggregate PCR points, Efficiency: Player Efficiency Rating + Usage Percentage 100 * ((FGA + 0.44 * FTA + TOV) * (Tm MP / 5)) / (MP * (Tm FGA + 0.44 * Tm FTA + Tm TOV)) + WinScore (PTS + REB + STL + ½*BLK + ½*AST – FGA – ½*FTA – TO – ½*PF), Power: Rebounds per 40 minutes + Blocks per 40 minutes, Speed/Agility: Assists per 40 minutes + Steals per 40 minutes, Defense: Defensive rebounds per 40 minutes + Steals per 40 minutes, Accuracy: True shooting percentage + Effective field goal percentage, Opp Quality: Opponent win percentage

Weights: Efficiency: 1.1, Power: .8, Speed/Agility: .8, Defense: .9, Accuracy: .9, Opp Quality: 1.1

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