NCAA Basketball: Ranking the 10 best SG's this decade

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Apr 27, 2014; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) celebrates after blocking the shot of Los Angeles Clippers guard J.J. Redick (4, not pictured) during the fourth quarter in game four of the first round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Clippers 118-97. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

NCAA Basketball has a lot of pride and prestige in its history. Since there are so many great players and great teams, I have decided to compile a list that featured the best players per position that have played in the last decade of college basketball (2004-2013). This article will feature the 10 best shooting guards in the last decade. With that being said, this list was extremely tough and there were a lot of awesome players that didn’t make the cut.

First, lets start off with the honorable mentions.

Jeremy Lamb - Connecticut
Jeremy Lamb was one of the most promising prosecpts for the UConn Huskies. He helped win a title with Kemba Walker and Shabazz Napier in 20011. One year later he was an All Big East First Team selection.

JamesOn Curry – Oklahoma State
Curry was an awesome scorer who could get into the lane and shoot the ball. He routinely scored thirty point games and even had a few forty point games for the Cowboys. He even made the All Big 12 team.

Brandon Rush – Kansas
In the year 2008, Rush won a National Championship, was Third Team All American and was named the BIg 12 Tournament MVP.

MarShon Brooks – Providence
Brooks tied the school scoring record with 52 points in one game. People paid attention, and it has paid off. Brooks finished college being named to the All American Third Team.

Shelvin Mack – Butler
He helped the Butler Bulldogs play in the 2010 NCAA Basketball Championship game. Though they lost, Mack helped create prestige for the Bulldogs.

Aaron Afflalo – UCLA
Afflalo in 2007 was a dominant collegiate player. In 2007, he made the All American First Team, and was also named the Pac-12 Player of the Year.

Andrew Goudelock – College of Charleston
Goudelock was a wonderful scorer for the College of Charleston. He was the Southern Conference Player of the Year and was fourth in scoring in division one in the year 2011. 

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