Top College Basketball Dunks of 2011

By Dennis Berry

Top Dunks of 2010-2011 College Basketball Season

It was a slow day and I could not really come up with anything to write about. So I decided to watch some dunks for the past college basketball season. So here is what I feel are some of the best dunks from the past season.

These dunks are in no particular order.

Arizona's Jamelle Horne dunks on Dukes's Kyle Singler

Perhaps my favorite dunk from the 2011 NCAA Tournament. The crowd reaction makes this dunk even better.

Tennessee's Scotty Hopson dunks on South Carolina's Brian Richardson

Cameron Tatum finds Scotty Hopson on the break. Hopson introduces himself to South Carolina freshman Brian Richardson.

North Carolina's Harrison Barnes against Clemson

Barnes drove, spun and threw it down on Clemson's Milton Jennings.

Louisville's Kyle Kuric dunks Notre Dame's Scott Martin

As the first half was coming to an end, the Cardinals got a fast break and Kyle Kuric finished it off in style. Bobby Knight's hate adds to it.

Tulsa's Justin Hurtt dunks on Oklahoma State's Markel Brown

Hurtt drove in from the left side. Markel Brown should have gotten out of the way.

Indiana's Will Sheehey over Iowa's Melsahn Basabe

Indiana has not had a lot to cheer about the past few seasons, but Will Sheehey gave them something to cheer about against Iowa.

Texas's Cory Joseph dunks on Texas Tech's Mike Singletary

Mike Singletary tried to get the block from behind on a streaking Cory Joseph. He failed.

Kentucky's Terrence Jones dunks on South Carolina's Sam Muldrow

Terrence crosses up Sam Muldrow and then dunks on him.

Memphis' D.J. Stephens dunks on two Georgetown Hoyas

Antonio Barton feeds Stephens, who then proceeds to throw it down on Hollis Thompson (1) and Henry Sims (14) at the same time.

Washington State's Klay Thompson against Northwestern

In the NIT, Thompson drove down the right side and slams it on Davide Curletti and is fouled.

There were many great dunks from the 2010-2011 season, these are just a handful.

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