NCAA Basketball: 10 most versatile playmakers of 2019-20 season

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 22: James Akinjo #3 of the Georgetown Hoyas drives past Vernon Carey Jr. #1 of the Duke Blue Devils (Photo by Emilee Chinn/Getty Images)

This NCAA Basketball season, like every other year, has shown us plenty of talented players. While there is much talent, only a select few have separated themselves from everyone else around the country.

As fans of the NCAA Basketball game, much of our attention is paid to the guys that light up the scoreboard with impressive numbers every week. While a player’s ability to score is extremely important and worthy of praise, more so is his ability to contribute to his team in a variety of ways.

The multidimensionality and versatility of an athlete have a huge impact in allowing him to take control of an entire game on his own, making him a huge threat to opponents. Nothing is more deadly than an elite scorer that also plays tough defense and grabs plenty of rebounds.

A sharp and even superior basketball mind is the tool that allows the most well-rounded players in the college game to be the weapons that they are. They have the great ability to still have an impact on the game even if there is a single area that they are struggling in on a given night.

After a long look across the NCAA Basketball world, the 10 best multidimensional playmakers have been found. Ranking them was even more difficult.

The avid fan of the college game will be able to recognize most of the names on this list, while a few others may be unknown for the most part. Nonetheless, all ten of these guys are different from everyone else in NCAA Basketball and deserve to be recognized as the best in the country for what they do every single time they step on the court.

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