HtHtWtYrG%MinORtg%Poss%ShotseFG%TS%OR%DR%ARateTORateBlk%Stl%FC/40FD/40FTRateFTM-FTAPct2PM-2PAPct3PM-3PAPctAndre Roberson6 7195Fr3855.211816.314.161.560.9126.96.36.1998.3188.8.131.52.742-760.55389-1390.64Dec-350.343Xavier Johnson6 6220Fr2051.995.221.719.855.956.87143.5184.108.40.206.84.556.836-630.57147-810.5830-Oct0.333 Looking at their comparative KenPom.com numbers Dre is clearly a step ahead in nearly every category, but it is important to note as Dre has become more involved on the offensive end his offensive rating, true shooting %, eFG% and offensive rebound % have all gone down. XJ is definitely more involved on the offensive end that Dre was his freshman year as he is using more possessions and taking more shots when he is on the court than Dre was. PlayerFGATS%%Shots at RimFG% at Rim%Assisted at Rim%Shots 2pt JumpersFG% 2pt Jumpers%Assisted 2pt Jumpers%Shots 3ptFG% 3pt%assisted 3ptFTA/FGAFT%Andre Roberson1340.59465%68%34%16%29%50%19%38%100%0.4555%Xavier Johnson1070.55742%78%60%32%29%20%26%32%78%0.5856% Dre took most of his shots at the rim while XJ takes significantly more jumpers than Dre did. XJ has definitely had the light bulb go on in the last few games, I fully expect a guy with his talent to continue to see his numbers improve. While XJ doesn't match up to Dre statistically he certainly is playing a much different role in the offense that Dre did his freshman year. CU needs XJ's contributions in ways a team with Burks and Higgins never did with Dre. I'll try to revisit this a couple of times as the season goes on and see how XJ is progressing.