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WWTS PSP LEADERBOARDS
PURE SCORING PROWESS (PSP) is our scoring metric - blending the two major components of scoring - volume and efficiency - to create a role-neutral representation of scoring ability.
If priority were given to per game scoring at high usage, skills like cutting or spot up
shooting would be undervalued. If efficiency were the more weighted element, players
who are not primary creators & benefit from advantage created by others would be
PSP aims to solve these natural inconsistencies by scaling the creation burden and
efficiency more harmonically, so that any player’s scoring ability can be better framed
relative to the expectations of that scoring role. Put plainly, we believe that a 70th
percentile high volume scorer & a 70th percentile low usage creator grade out more
similarly than was previously possible with a comprehensive metric.
At Cerebro, we operate our metrics on the principal of enclosure - having every game from, an event. Due to factors beyond control, there was not resources to cover every court for every time slot & a decision was made to narrow the parameters to SWAC courts 1-6 for WWTS. This means that some players or teams may not have all games that were not statted for use in the dataset. For our leaderboards, thresholds were set at 2 games and 15 minutes per game. For each age group, there is a honorable mention dedicated to players who performed well enough for leaderboard placement, but fell outside the game or minutes parameters.
Honorable Mention: Kelton Williams 2023 Gators Elite, Arian Elizondo 2022 McAllen Ballers, Ronnie Harrsion 2023 RJ Hampton Elite
Honorable Mention: Tyran Mason 2024 Beast Up, Jadon Comeaux 2025 MTAG Wolfpack, Hank Gramlich 2024 Blade Elite
Honorable Mention: DeAndre Demisse 2025 SF Rebels, Cylin Tate 2025 ATX Future, James Elgas 2025 Next Page Force