bjosephmex asked in SportsBasketball · 1 decade ago

Rank the top basketball players on the NBA draft board and the seniors who have not declared.?

Rank the top basketball players on the NBA draft board and the seniors who have not declared.

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  • Dan
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    1 decade ago
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    If a team feels that it must draft a European, then they should pick one of four big men born in 1987 that are on the draft board with a late second round pick. Otherwise, I didn't make a mistake excluding Europeans. Everyone else was required to go to college for a year and produced NCAA box scores. Here is how they rank as NBA prospects.

    1 Blake Griffin Oklahoma

    2 Chavis Holmes VMI

    3 Hasheem Thabeet Connecticut

    4 Luke Harangody Notre Dame

    5 DeJuan Blair Pittsburgh

    6 Tyler Hansbrough North Carolina

    7 Lester Hudson Tennessee-Martin

    8 Travis Holmes VMI

    9 Diamon Simpson St. Mary's

    10 Stephen Curry Davidson

    11 Ahmad Nivins Saint Joseph's

    12 John Bryant Santa Clara

    13 Taj Gibson Southern California

    14 Jordan Hill Arizona

    15 Jarvis Varnado Mississippi State

    16 Patrick Patterson Kentucky

    17 Tony Gaffney Massachusetts

    18 Stefon Jackson Texas-El Paso

    19 DeMarre Carroll Missouri

    20 James Harden Arizona State

    21 Michael Washington Arkansas

    22 Luke Nevill Utah

    23 Toney Douglas Florida State

    24 Terrence Williams Louisville

    25 Ty Lawson North Carolina

    26 James Johnson Wake Forest

    27 Jermaine Taylor UCF

    28 Marcus Thornton LSU

    29 Jeff Adrien Connecticut

    30 Kevin Tiggs E. Tennessee State

    31 John Cantrell Chicago State

    32 Omar Samhan St. Mary's

    33 Dante Cunningham Villanova

    34 Brett Winkelman North Dakota State

    35 Ben Woodside North Dakota State

    36 Eric Maynor Virginia Commonwealth

    37 Tasmin Mitchell LSU

    38 Jeff Teague Wake Forest

    39 Wesley Matthews Marquette

    40 Jerel McNeal Marquette

    41 Aaron Jackson Duquesne

    42 Matt Howard Butler

    43 Jon Brockman Washington

    44 Lee Cummard Brigham Young

    45 Jeff Pendergraph Arizona State

    46 Nick Calathes Florida

    47 Chase Budinger Arizona

    48 Ryan Toolson Utah Valley

    49 Robert Dozier Memphis

    50 Devan Downey South Carolina

    51 Gani Lawal Georgia Tech

    52 Sam Young Pittsburgh

    53 Drake Reed Austin Peay

    54 Paul Delaney III UAB

    55 Earl Clark Louisville

    56 Jodie Meeks Kentucky

    57 Jonny Flynn Syracuse

    58 Tyreke Evans Memphis

    59 Damion James Texas

    60 Gerald Henderson Duke

    61 Danny Green North Carolina

    62 Mike Rose Eastern Kentucky

    63 Brandon Ewing Wyoming

    64 Paul Harris Syracuse

    65 Jerome Tillman Ohio

    66 Patrick Mills St. Mary's

    67 Daniel Northern Tennessee Tech

    68 Alex Renfroe Belmont

    69 Jeremy Chappell Robert Morris

    70 Greivis Vasquez Maryland

    71 Jonathan Tavernari Brigham Young

    72 Byron Eaton Oklahoma State

    73 Tywain McKee Coppin State

    74 K.C. Rivers Clemson

    75 Curtis Jerrells Baylor

    76 Korvotney Barber Auburn

    77 Leo Lyons Missouri

    78 Tyler Smith Tennessee

    78 Alex Ruoff West Virginia

    80 Ben McCauley North Carolina State

    81 Cedric Jackson Cleveland State

    82 A.D. Vassallo Virginia Tech

    83 Josh Heytvelt Gonzaga

    84 Wayne Ellington North Carolina

    85 Alade Aminu Georgia Tech

    86 Mac Koshwal DePaul

    87 Michael Deloach Norfolk State

    88 Tyrese Rice Boston College

    89 Lawrence Hill Stanford

    90 Derrick Brown Xavier

    91 Alonzo Gee Alabama

    92 Dionte Christmas Temple

    93 Taylor Griffin Oklahoma

    94 Dominique Archie South Carolina

    95 Terrel Harris Oklahoma State

    96 Dominic James Marquette

    97 Dar Tucker DePaul

    98 Kevin Rogers Baylor

    99 Scottie Reynolds Villanova

    100 Darren Collison UCLA

    102 Antonio Anderson Memphis

    103 Edwin Ubiles Siena

    104 Josh Carter Texas A&M

    105 Michael Bramos Miami (Ohio)

    106 DeMar DeRozan Southern California

    107 Magnum Rolle Louisiana Tech

    108 Weyinmi Efejuku Providence

    109 Austin Daye Gonzaga

    110 Dwayne Collins Miami (Fla.)

    111 Aron Baynes Washington State

    112 Goran Suton Michigan State

    113 Kyle Spain San Diego State

    114 Lorrenzo Wade San Diego State

    115 Wink Adams UNLV

    116 Chinemelu Elonu Texas A&M

    117 Alex Barnett Dartmouth

    118 Josh Akognon Cal State Fullerton

    119 Chris Johnson LSU

    120 Geoff McDermott Providence

    121 Justin Dentmon Washington

    122 Bobby Davis South Carolina Upstate

    123 Nic Wise Arizona

    124 A.J. Abrams Texas

    125 Robert Vaden UAB

    126 Markel Humphrey Marshall

    127 Marcus Landry Wisconsin

    128 Charlie Coley Charlotte

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    jonny flynn is going to be the biggest surprise if he goes to a team where he can start and has the ball in his hands most or 2nd most on the team he will be the biggest surprise

    the best player i feel is thabeet he has potential this guy needs to just eat hit the weight rooms and hes an all star blake has a chance to be a bust cause of height dis advantages but thabeet has everything if he goes to okc watch out

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    yahoo sports..click NBA..click mock draft..they are all there..the whole first round.

    sheesh...#115..wink Adams..I'm a unlv fan..he frickin sucked..very overrated.Guy pissed me off so much i can't see straight.

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