Who's Hot: Week of March 21, 2022

Whose Stock Is Rising and Whose Value Is On The Way Down? 


Basketball

  1. Keldon Johnson (+24%)

  2. Mikal Bridges (+14%)

  3. Jaxson Hayes (+13%)

  4. Jodan Poole (+12%)

  5. Wendell Carter Jr. (+11%)

  6. De'Andre Hunter (+11%)

  7. Eric Paschall (+11%)

  8. Lonnie Walker IV (+9%)

  9. Vince Carter (+9%)

  10. Paul Pierce (+9%)

 

  1. Anfernee Simons (-11%)

  2. Matisse Thybulle (-10%)

  3. Miles Bridges (-9%)

  4. Brandon Ingram (-7%)

  5. Shawn Kemp (-6%)

  6. Obi Toppin (-6%)

  7. PJ Washington Jr. (-6%)

  8. David Robinson (-5%)

  9. John Stockton (-4%) 

  10. James Harden (-4%)



Baseball

  1. Riley Greene (+14%)

  2. Greg Maddux (+10%)

  3. Kyle Lewis (+10%)

  4. Jo Adell (+10%)

  5. CJ Abrams (+9%)

  6.  Gleyber Torres (+9%)

  7.  Freddie Freeman (+8%)

  8.  Bobby Witt Jr. (+8%)

  9.  Jarred Kelenic (+8%)

  10. Robert Puason (+8%)


  1. Nico Hoerner (-10%)

  2. Michael Jordan (-5%)

  3. Gavin Lux (-5%)

  4. Aristides Aquino (-4%)

  5. Eloy Jimenez (-3%)

  6. Jasson Dominguez (-2%)

  7. Dustin May (-2%)

  8. Walker Buehler (-1%)

  9. Sammy Sosa (-1%)

  10. Ryne Sandberg (-1%)

Football


  1. Mitchell Trubisky (+9%)

  2. Baker Mayfield (+9%)

  3. Jalen Hurts (+7%)

  4. Derek Carr (+6%)

  5. Barry Sanders (+6%)

  6. Henry Ruggs III (+6%)

  7. Josh Allen (+5%)

  8. Saquon Barkley (+5%)

  9. Ceedee Lamb (+5%)

  10. Christian Mccaffrey (+3%)

  1. Drew Lock (-11%)

  2. Bo Jackson (-5%)

  3. Chase Young (-5%)

  4. Jacob Eason (-4%)

  5. Jerry Rice (-3%)

  6. Michael Pittman Jr. (-3%)

  7. D.K. Metcalf (-3%)

  8. Jordan Love (-3%)

  9. Joe Montana (-2%)

  10. Russell Wilson (-2%)

 

Note: All percentages are rounded to the nearest whole

 

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