Every player and the coach have been graded and here's what the final tally says. The top two scores have graduated, but there is a lot of talent on the way.
There were ups and downs for the Musketeers and their coach this season, so how did the community grade his overall body of work?
The Brandon Randolph story became a large part of the season, but Coach Mack handled his roster very well on the whole.
Coach Mack came into the season with one reliable scorer and churned out a top 20 offense that carried the team to the Sweet 16.
Xavier's defense was on the verge of being awful all season until a major switch gave the team a boost. Was the switch to the 1-3-1 enough to earn Coach Mack a passing grade?
He didn't always look the part, but Matt Stainbrook made the Xavier Musketeers what they were this year with peerless offense and an underrated defensive presence.
Dee Davis was frequently maligned by Xavier fans early in his career, but the community recognized his excellence this year.
Jalen dunked on a good portion of the current human population, spawned a hashtag, and ticked off a whole bunch of refs in the process of endearing himself to X fans this year.
Myles Davis was the first player the community awarded a B. But for a late season slump, he could have finished even higher.
The Indiana transfer made a big impact at some big times for Xavier this season, filling major roles on both ends of the court.
Not fully consistent yet, Trevon Bluiett is well on his way to being an excellent player.
Xavier's freshman wing had a very trick-or-treat track record in his first college season.
Xavier's freshman guard did a lot right, and a lot wrong, this year. Did he do enough to earn a passing grade?
There were glimmers of greatness from the freshman big man this year, but they were disguised by a much bigger need for refinement.
See how we (and the community) graded Brandon's results from the 2014-2015 season.