Mar 1, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Creighton Bluejays forward Doug McDermott (3) during the first half against the Xavier Musketeers at the Cintas Center. Xavier defeated Creighton 75-69. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports

College basketball poll: Who should win the 2014 John Wooden Award?

On the last Saturday of the college basketball regular season for the 2013-14 campaign, the finalists for the 2014 John Wooden Award, recognizing college basketball’s most outstanding player for the year, were announced live on College GameDay.

It’s certainly been a fun campaign from start to finish, and we’re sure to see some great individual performances going forward as we hit the crucial part of the month of March.

But, just based off of regular season performances thus far, we here at FanSided would like to know who you think should take home the Wooden trophy when it’s given out at the Final Four.

You can cast your vote in the poll below.

Who should win the 2014 John Wooden Award?

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There are a lot of youngsters in the group such as Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins, Duke’s Jabari Parker, and Syracuse’s Tyler Ennis.

But then you have someone like the person whom many consider to be the front runner, Creighton’s Doug McDermott to be the runaway winner after his record-breaking season.

So, who wins it? We’ll find out in Dallas in April, but we’d like to know from you right now.


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