The Baltimore Sun has released its list of the top 20 college basketball players from its area, and Blue Hen guards Devon Saddler and Davon Usher are both included.

Davon Usher
After two years at Polk State College in Florida, Usher transferred to Mississippi Valley State for his junior season and promptly led the SWAC in scoring. When the Delta Devils were placed on NCAA probation, Usher was able to transfer without penalty to any school of his choosing. At Delaware, the 6-foot-6, 200-pound wing will step into a starting role and provide another scoring option for the Blue Hens in addition to former Aberdeen star Devon Saddler.

Devon Saddler
Just 361 points shy of Delaware’s career scoring record, Saddler will leave Newark this spring as one of the most decorated Blue Hens basketball players of all time. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound shooting guard is the second-leading active Division I scorer (behind just Creighton’s Doug McDermott) with 1,670 points. A first-team All-Colonial Athletic Association player as a junior, Saddler is expected to challenge for conference Player of the Year honors this season.