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Virginia's mid-ACC report card: Centers

Note: This accounts for performance only in the ACC season -- not the overall schedule.

Jerome Meyinsse -- B + -- Meyinsse entered the season without much experience in his previous three seasons, but he has filled in this season like a seasoned big man. Meyinsse does everything for the Cavaliers on the interior. He defends some of the ACC's top post players, he sets screens for Sylven Landesberg, he rebounds for his position and he scores when needed. He plays only 23.3 minutes per game, but he's proven to be reliable in those minutes.

Assane Sene -- C - -- Sene's potential appears clear when he takes the court, but it remains unlikely he'll reach it this season -- or even next season. The sophomore 7-footer is long and agile, although he is unrefined on offense and strays on defense. Sene is not strong with the ball and has missed all six of his field-goal attempts. Year 2 has been a step back for Sene. However, he could play a larger role during the back stretch of the schedule if the Cavaliers need interior defense.

By Zach Berman  |  February 11, 2010; 2:00 PM ET
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