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Robinson tops Player of the Year Odds

Who will follow Jimmer Fredette as college basketball`s player of the year?

The odds say Thomas Robinson of the Kansas Jayhawks who has soared this season while pushing the Jayhawks back into national title contention.

He has averaged a double-double this season with nearly 18 PPG and nearly 12 rebounds per game for the Big 12 leaders. He was 7/4 this week at Bovada in college basketball player of the year odds.

Anthony Davis of top-ranked Kentucky is the second betting pick, sitting close behind at 2/1 odds. The phenom is averaging nearly 5 blocks per game for a Wildcats team that has lost only once all season so far.

Last year’s runnerup was a preseason favorite to win in 2012, but Jared Sullinger is 13/2. The Ohio State power forward might be the most NBA-ready player in college hoops and he leads the Buckeyes in scoring and rebounding while shooting 55% from the field.

Creighton’s Doug McDermott is the only top scorer on the list as he ranks fourth nationally at 23.2 PPG. He is 12/1.

Davis’s Kentucky teammate Terrence Jones is also on the list at 40/1 while Austin Rivers, the son of Boston Celtic coach Doc Rivers, is also 40/1. [ NCAA basketball odds and matchup reports on every game every day ]

Check out the full list of NCAA basketball Player of the Year odds at Bovada and get your favorite player before March Madness starts and his odds go through the roof.

Thomas Robinson (Kansas)            7/4

Anthony Davis (Kentucky)            2/1

Jared Sullinger (Ohio State)        13/2

Doug McDermott (Creighton)          12/1

Draymond Green (Michigan State)     14/1

Kevin Jones (West Virginia)         16/1

Marcus Denmon (Missouri)            20/1

Harrison Barnes (North Carolina)    25/1

Mike Scott (Virginia)               30/1

Tyler Zeller (North Carolina)       35/1

Isaiah Canaan (Murray State)        35/1

Terrence Jones (Kentucky)           40/1

Austin Rivers (Duke)                40/1

Arnett Moultrie (Miss State)        50/1

Jeremy Lamb (UConn)                 50/1

Field                               8/1