Poll of the Week: Which Panther Will Lead GSU in Scoring This Year?

Poll of the Week: Which Panther Will Lead GSU in Scoring This Year?

In honor of the 2013-14 men’s basketball season now being underway, I figured it was an appropriate time for this question (as well as on the day of this blog post) GSU is facing Vanderbilt).

This week’s question is simple: Which Panther will lead the team in scoring this year.

Here are your candidates:

R.J. Hunter – Led GSU in scoring last year, averaging 17.0 points per game.

Devonta White – Scored his 1,000th career point last year and could become the most prolific scorer in GSU history this season.

Manny Atkins – Nearly a double-double machine (check out earlier Tuesday blog post).

Ryan Harrow – Averaged nearly 10 points per game as a starter at Kentucky and scored 20 points in the regular season opener.

Curtis Washington – Providing the big-time post presence that the Panthers need.

Other – Who may surprise off the bench to lead the team in scoring this year.

So here is your chance to cast your vote. If you have future poll ideas, e-mail them to me at rholmes@gsu.edu. Not promising that I will use all of them, but if it does appear, you can have the satisfaction of knowing that your voice is being heard.

–Mike Holmes

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