10. Noah Farrakhan - West Virginia
Farrakhan currently plays for the West Virginia Mountaineers and he ended up at West Virginia after one season at East Carolina and two seasons at Eastern Michigan. At Eastern Michigan the guard developed a reputation of an elite scorer and because of that there would always be a place for him in any rotation across the country.
The Mountaineers played Farrakhan the second he was eligible and he came in and made an immediate impact just like everyone expected. The only problem is that West Virginia is not winning games, and while that is not Farrakhan’s problem his time on the court have not led to wins for his team. The guard has been doing his best to make sure that changes but he is only one player and has never been a great defender. Either way his presence on the floor is going to pay off for West Virginia.
He has been an elite scorer and has lived up to his reputation in the portal. He scores with a higher efficiency and does provide a little more in the counting stats. He has a high ceiling on the offensive end and once he gets acclimated to the offense he will help the Mountaineers win games. Through three games played the guard has averaged 14.3 points per game with 4 rebounds and 2 assists. He is currently shooting 60% from the floor. Those numbers are great, and likely not sustainable for the duration of the season. Farrakhan is going to receive ample opportunity to get the ball and score in the offense for West Virginia.