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2014 Josh Riddell Articles

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Top NBA Prospects in the Big Ten, Part 7: Prospects #16-20
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Josh Riddell

We conclude our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the Big Ten with scouting reports on players ranked 16-20 in the conference: James Blackmon, Nigel Hayes, Gabe Olaseni, Rayvonte Rice and Derrick Walton.

Top NBA Prospects in the Big Ten, Part 6: Prospects #12-15
by Jonathan Givony, Kyle Nelson, Josh Riddell

We continue our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the Big Ten with scouting reports on players ranked 8-11 in the conference: Dez Wells, Aaron White, Troy Williams and Amir Williams.

Top NBA Prospects in the Big Ten, Part 4: Prospects #4-7
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Josh Riddell

We continue our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the Big Ten with scouting reports on players ranked 4-7 in the conference: Terran Petteway, Branden Dawson, A.J. Hammons and Yogi Ferrell.

Top NBA Prospects in the Big East, Part 2: Prospects #6-10
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson, Josh Riddell

We continue our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the Big East with scouting reports on players ranked 6-10 in the conference: Darrun Hilliard, Josh Hart, Tyler Harris, Jalen Reynolds and Joshua Smith.

Top NBA Prospects in the SEC, Part Twelve: Prospects #18-22
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson, Josh Riddell

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the SEC with part twelve, players ranked 18-22: Jarvis Summers, Johnathan Williams, Kasey Hill, Alex Caruso and Shannon Hale.

Top NBA Prospects in the SEC, Part Ten: Prospects #10-13
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson, Josh Riddell

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the SEC with part ten, players ranked 10-13: Marcus Lee, Damian Jones, Jordan Mickey and Moses Kingsley.


Aaron Craft Updated Scouting Report
by Josh Riddell

Aaron Craft's illustrious career came to a disappointing end with a round of 64 loss to Dayton in the NCAA Tournament, as he was unable to convert a tough runner at the buzzer to win the game for the Buckeyes. He will be an interesting case to follow through the draft process and beyond, as he doesn't have a typical NBA skill set, but he could earn a roster spot under the right coach and system.

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