Dedric Lawson's 20 points earn top spot in ratings vs. Wofford
1 – Dedric Lawson – Was rock solid when the rest of the Jayhawks were still finding their footing and once again flashed that inside-outside game that makes him so deadly. Finished with 20 points and 8 rebounds, coming two boards shy of his fifth double-double in seven games.
2 – Devon Dotson – So many steals, so much speed. His three second-half steals set the stage for KU’s knockout punch. 16 points, 3 assists and 3 steals.
3 – Quentin Grimes – Broke out of his slump in a big way with a 9-0 individual run in the second half and played with a smile the rest of the way. Finished with 14 points on 6-of-10 shooting in 32 minutes.
4 – Marcus Garrett – Started in place of Lagerald Vick and brought the kind of defensive focus that Kansas needed to frustrate Wofford. Finished with 7 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals.
5 – K.J. Lawson – One of the better players in the first half, particularly as a passer. Tallied five points and three assists in 16 minutes, which included a start in the second half.
6 – David McCormack – Gave key minutes when Azubuike went down and was rewarded with a couple of minutes at the end, as well.
7 – Mitch Lightfoot – Took a charge and hit the glass to try to keep plays alive.
8 – Charlie Moore – Took a couple of bad shots, but helped KU push the pace and made a couple of runners, as well.
9 – Lagerald Vick – Scoreless in 22 minutes, including 0-for-2 from 3-point range on a night he didn’t start.
10 – Udoka Azubuike – A bit of an incomplete grade here given the ankle injury, but Azubuike wasn’t off to a great start to begin with. Missed his only shot — and hit the ground after the block — and had four rebounds in four minutes.
1 - Devon Dotson – 49
2 - Lagerald Vick – 45
3 - Dedric Lawson – 44
4 - Udoka Azubuike – 34
5 - Quentin Grimes – 33
6 - Marcus Garrett – 29
7 - Charlie Moore – 23
8 - K.J. Lawson – 19
9 - Mitch Lightfoot – 18
10 - David McCormack - 16