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Aggie Hoops Power Rankings: December 6th

We're 10 games in. Which players are impressing you the most?

Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

We are 10 games through the season and this young Aggie Basketball team is showing some flashes of what they can do on the court. We're going to start looking at the roster each week and let you know who we think the movers and shakers are based on their on-court performances for the week.

It's hard to look at the SMU game and really come away with any positives. That game showed that we're going to have to be creative with our youth and fall on some different guys to answer the call to lead the team in scoring. Davonte Fitzgerald and J-Mychal Reese were the leading scorers in that one. The game against Houston had a lot of pieces to break down and get excited about. Reese had his second consecutive double digit scoring affair and Jamal Jones put the A&M single game record for three pointers made on notice.

The Ags are off until December 14th when they face McNeese State. Here are your Aggie Hoops Power Rankings for the week of December 6th.

Aggie Hoops Power Rankings: 12/6/2013
1 Jamal Jones
#23 Guard
Last Week: 2
We've been waiting to see who would emerge as our zone-busting shooter. After a 7/10 from 3-point range performance, we've found our guy. Jones attributes his shooting success to the help Coach Kennedy has given him.
2 Kourtney Roberson
#14 Forward
Last Week: 1
Kourtney has been our Mr. Consistency in the paint so far this season. He's averaging 13 points and 8 boards per game so far. Both are improvements on last season's numbers, and in fewer minutes this year.
3 Davonte Fitzgerald
#15 Forward
Last Week: 6
Now we're getting interesting. Fitzgerald has been surprising Aggie Hoops fans with his next level athleticism and is growing into a much more consistent player for Coach Kennedy. He started against UH and had 10 points and 3 blocks.
4 Alex Caruso
#21 Guard
Last Week: 4
We've been on the Caruso bandwagon since the start. He's a really talented ball player who needs to be more consistent with the ball and his shot. He's leading the team by wide margins in assists and steals.
5 J-Mychal Reese
#11 Guard
Last Week: 8
J-Mych put on a show in the second half of the game against UH and showed A&M fans why he was such a highly sought after recruit. Is he starting to hit his groove after sitting out the first few games of his sophomore season? Let's all hope so!

Let us know in the comments who has impressed you the most over the first month of the season.