The 5 Guys You'll Dislike The Most (Plus a couple more)

Dustin Rumbaughover 11 years


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"We'd have been hotter by comparison if we'd have gone to Duke!" When 'Dores take to the floor this evening, these are the five guys you're going to hate the most and what you need to know about each: #4 AJ Ogilvy, 6-11, Junior, Center Stats: 13.8 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 1.7 bpg Pick you reason to hate this guy: He's hurt UK in the past, he's Woo's Cousin, he epitomizes "no way he can play" basketball players,  or he looks like Matt Jones. Whatever your reason, you're probably going to do quite a bit of hating on this guy on Saturday. Ogilvy, who is an 8th year Junior this season, is a skilled, mobile big man who last year became the first sophomore to reach the 1,000 point mark in Vanderbilt's storied (clears throat) history. #44 Jeffery Taylor, 6-7, Sophomore, Wing Stats: 14.1 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 1.8 apg This young man from New Me-he-co via Sveeeden had quite the freshman season and has continued that streak into his sophomore year. Last year he got to 6th on the Vandy all-time freshman scoring leader board and was named to the All-SEC freshman team by SEC coaches. This year he's avoided the dreaded sophomore slump by upping his scoring average and becoming Vandy's scoring leader. He'll be one to watch out for today. #0 Jermaine Beal, 6-3, Senior, Point Guard Stats: 13.8 ppg, 3.2/1.4 assist to turnover ratio Beal is the senior point guard that you want on your team unless you have a one and done point guard who is better or another one or two and done point guard who is probably better too. In all seriousness, Beal is the gas that fuels the Vandy team bus and the glue that holds their team together. He's received a lot of praise lately for his protection of the ball and leadership abilities. He set a new sophomore assist record for Vandy in 2008 (158) and has since then upped his scoring averages and three point shooting ability. Sick 'em John! #1 Brad Tinsley, 6-3, Sophomore, Guard Stats: 7.1 ppg, 3.1/2.3 assist to turnover ratio Tinsley got a brand new hair cut for this year's pic but it only makes him look more like the guy who changes the Beisner family's mini-van's oil each  month. His 69 three pointers last year tied the record for a Vandy freshman. This year he is still shooting it well but maybe not as well as last year. He's currently letting it fly at a 31.7% clip. #24 Andre Walker, 6-7, RS Sophomore, Forward Stats: 6.3 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 61.6 fg% Walker is a gem in the classroom but a terror to the Nashville streets during full moons. When not playing basketball, he likes to ride his skateboard around campus or jump on top of Brad Tinsley's work van, blare "Surfin' in the USA" and work on his 40mph backflip. I'm all out of Teen Wolf jokes but feel free to add your own into the comment section. He's mainly a glue guy with a limited role in his teams offense although when he does shoot it, he usually makes it. Reserves that you'll probably hate on too: John Jenkins: The 6'4 freshman guard from Tennessee has made a name for himself early in the season as a major scoring threat. He's currently averaging 10.7 ppg. If he does get off a bit it'll be by way of the three, where he's currently shooting at a 48.9% clip. Festus Ezeli: Mr. Festus for the rest of us is a 6-11 redshirt sophomore center who plays quite a role for Vandy off the bench. The Nigerian native has added bulk to his frame and is ready to bang. He's averaging 3.2 rebounds and 4.4 points in only 13.2 minutes per game so far this season. Once again, don't forget to join Matt and the gang for the Vandy live blog, which will start at 3:30 and feel free to hate all these guys and more as much as your heart desires.

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