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Syracuse Orange Blogger Awards Voting: Most Surprising Player

And so, it's time to decide who wins the Most Surprising Player of 2012-2013.

Rob Carr

The 2013 Syracuse Orange Blogger (S.O.B.) Awards are here. Honoring the players, coaches, fans and moments from the 2012-2013 Syracuse Orange basketball season, we here at TNIAAM are splitting the process between ourselves and you, the dear readers.


The category up for debate at the moment is Most Surprising Player. I suppose this could work any number of ways. You could be surprised by the way Jerami Grant improved as the season went on. You could be surprised that James Southerland turned into such an assassin. You could be surprised that DaJuan Coleman or Trevor Cooney were such non-factors. Or you could be surprised that Baye Keita became The Matrix.

Below you'll find a poll to cast your vote in. Cast it. Then, in the comments, provide some commentary on your selection. Can be a sentence. Can be a couple sentences. Can be a paragraph or two.

We'll close voting in 24 hours and tally up the results. The TNIAAM crew will make their own selection and then we'll combine the results to pick our winner. We'll announce the winner in a post next week that includes some of your comments as well as ours.

For more on the 2013 S.O.B. Awards, other categories and previous winners, click here. To check out how the voting is going in other categories, head over to the S.O.B. Award Hub.

And so, it's time to decide who wins the Most Surprising Player of 2012-2013.