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NCAA Preview Part 1
by: Jonathan Watters - Director of NCAA Scouting
November 23, 2004
Big East

1 –Syracuse. After taking half a season to adjust to Carmelo Anthony's departure, Hakim Warrick and Gerry McNamara clearly showed themselves ready to lead this team back into the national spotlight. This is their year to do it. Warrick and McNamara might comprise the best 1-2 punch in the nation, and could end up getting quite a bit more help this season. McNamara is your classic combo guard, and heats up as quickly as anybody this side of JJ Redick. However, he isn't the most athletic guy in the world, and would naturally play off the ball. This is where the undependable Billy Edelin comes in. After 3 years full of suspensions and question marks, he is eligible and ready to take over full-time PG duties. Sophomore defensive specialist Demetris Nichols and jack-of-all-trades type Josh Pace both earn their minutes. Warrick is a wiry Darius Miles look alike, who actually enjoys playing in the paint. His partner down low is 7-footer Craig Forth, who doesn't show up much on the stat sheet, but remains an important presence. Terrence Roberts and Darryl Watkins are two sophompore big men that struggled as freshman but are clearly talented. Don't be surprised to see this team back in the final four come March. They are talented, deep, and, most importantly, experienced.

Ranking: Top 5-10

Draft Prospects: Scouts are up and down on Hakim Warrick, but he'll definitely be a factor in the first round after this season. McNamara puts up big numbers, but might just be a college guy. Demetris Nichols, Terrence Roberts, and Darryl Watkins could emerge on draft boards by the time they are upperclassmen.




2 – Connecticut. This team is probably the most talented in the Big East. The question is, will they fall apart like the last time Jim Calhoun attempted a championship encore, or is there enough talent to replace names like Gordon and Okafor? This team is clearly looking for it's go-to scorer. Odds are wing Rashad Anderson will get the looks early, after really starting to emerge last season. He has a silky smooth shot and decent athleticism, although he might not get as many open looks this season. Opposite Anderson will be fellow junior Denham Brown, who complements Anderson's outside touch with some serious athleticism and a nasty streak. Lurking behind the two veterans is super frosh Rudy Gay. At a wiry 6-9, Gay is freakishly skilled and compared by some to Carmelo Anthony. Who gets these guys the ball? That question became a bit more important after touted freshman AJ Price suffered a brain hemorrhage just before school started. Marcus Williams played well in limited action, but ended up missing the 2nd semester as an academic casualty. If the Huskies are going anywhere, Williams is going to be on the floor because frosh Antonio Kellogg, the current backup, is more of a 2. If you think Jim Calhoun has a lot of talent on the perimeter, just wait. His frontcourt is deeper and more versatile than anybody's. It all starts with Charlie Villanueva, a Lamar Odom look-alike who ended up playing fairly well after flirtations with the draft last spring and an eligibility firestorm that lasted well into the season. Next to him will be fellow sophomore Josh Boone, who might just replace Okafor as the top shot blocker in the conference. Joining the squad is the burly Ed Nelson, who was a double-double guy at Georgia Tech before transferring. We haven't even gotten to Marcus White and Hilton Armstrong, who could comprise the starting frontcourt of many tourney teams. UConn has an unbelievable amount of talent, but it also lost a lot of talent. Anybody on this team could score 20 per night, but nobody returning averaged more than 11 last year. It's up to Jim Calhoun to mold this impressive stable of talent into a winner.

Ranking: Top 10-20

Draft Prospects: Where to start? Gay and Villanueva are future lotto picks, although maybe not until '06. Anderson and Brown have to prove themselves, but both could end up in the league. Josh Boone is a legit first round prospect down the road, and even Hilton Armstrong has some NBA athleticism.




3 – Notre Dame. There hasn't been a tougher team to figure out over the past two seasons. Dominant and looking like future champions one second, struggling at home against a cellar dweller the next. Essentially, it comes down to this: as Chris Thomas goes, so do the Fighting Irish. When Thomas is playing like he can, popping the three, getting people off balance, and feeding his teammates, this is a very good team. When he's simply over-dribbling and chucking at the end of the shot clock, this is a very average team. One thing the Irish do have going for them this season is a healthy Torin Francis. Built like Shawn Kemp, Francis missed the latter part of last season with a back injury. He's back healthy, and will provide one of the top post presences in the country. Joining Thomas in the backcourt is Chris Quinn, a heady combo guard who made play after play to fuel Notre Dame's late season run. Quinn and Thomas getting worn down is an issue, as there isn't much depth at all. Collin Falls can stroke it, but the Irish really need sophomore Russell Carter to step up and a bit of luck when it comes to injuries. The frontcourt is much deeper, with the addition of Arizona transfer Dennis Latimore. The two Cornettes, Jordan and Ricky, are both solid contributors. This is a veteran team with a lot of experience and talent. They also have a slim margin for error. An injury in the backcourt could do them in, and Chris Thomas has to wake up on the right side of the bed a bit more often. If the cards fall right, Mike Brey's team could end up playing deep into March.

Ranking: Top 15-25

Draft Prospects: Thomas' draft stock is tough to figure out. Some see him as a first rounder, but many don't. If Francis can improve his overall feel for the game, don't be surprised to see him as a top 10 pick someday.




4 – Pittsburgh. The Ben Howland era is officially over. Jamie Dixon took over last season, but now his two trademark wings, Julius Page and Jaron Brown, are also gone. They provided the toughness, physicality, and overall grit that made the system work. Whether they can be replaced remains to be seen. As we have seen with several of the top teams, the Panthers start and finish with a point guard/big man combo. Carl Krauser is the sparkplug, attacking the rim with reckless abandon. He will have to expend a bit more effort getting the ball to super sophomore big Chris Taft, who turned in one of the more promising freshman seasons in the country. With Page gone, look for Taft to really increase his scoring numbers. Next to Taft will be senior Chevon Troutman, the epitome of what a post player should aspire to be. He shoots a ridiculously high percentage, and is relentless around the basket. The new wings will be a patchwork group of newcomers and role-players from last season. John DeGroat is a highly touted JUCO transfer who figures to get the first crack at a spot. Antonio Graves performed well after signing at the last minute, but will have to fight off freshmen Keith Benjamin and Ronald Ramon. Also available is the frustrating Mark McCarroll who has wing skill in a 6-10 frame, but hasn't been a consistent contributor in his first three years with the program. The talent for another NCAA run is here, but the Panthers have lost a lot over the past couple of seasons. Troutman and Krauser are going to be there, and Taft could really explode. But getting some consistent outside shooting from the wing is what will make or break the season for Jamie Dixon's Panthers.

Ranking: Top 20-30

Draft Prospects: Taft won over scouts early last season, and will be a high lotto pick as long as he improves as expected. Krauser is one of those thick PG's that usually struggles to find success in the league, but certainly will be in the draft picture after next season.




5 – Boston College. Al Skinner's teams are almost never as talented as you are, but they almost always beat you. After last season's 24 wins and narrow loss to Georgia Tech in the tourney, you can expect more of the same from BC in 2004. This team is a group of solid role-players built around one star. The star is burly big man Craig Smith, a PF in the mode of Charles Barkely. Smith will score on anybody, and is seriously underrated nationally. Joining him in the frontcourt will be combo F Jared Dudley and 7-footer Nate Doornekamp. Dudley shocked many when he developed into a double-double type in his freshman season, while Doornekamp has never been able to do much except be big. A trio of freshmen, combo forward Akida McLain, forward Sean Williams and center John Oates, will be able to earn minutes. There isn't a standout guard here, but everybody that Skinner puts on the floor knows his role and will contribute. Louis Hinnant and Steve Hailey split the PG duties, and averaged over 5 assists per game between the two of them. Sean Marshall and Jermaine Watson are the returning wings. Freshman Gordon Watt will take the spot of Devon Eversten, who transferred to Fordham. These wings will continue to do well in Skinner's system, but it would be nice if one of them developed a consistent outside shot. This isn't a team that's going to compete for the conference title. They will take care of business against the non-contenders, however, and are as good a bet as anybody to make the tourney.

Ranking: Top 20-30

Draft Prospects: Smith is really the only player with a chance of getting drafted. Listed at 6-7 and probably a bit shorter than that, Smith will have to overcome his lack of size to make it into the first round.




6 – Seton Hall. For all the talk of Eddie Griffin, Sam Dalembert and Marcus Toney-El, it was the Andre Barrett era that ended last March. Seton Hall will miss their do-it-all, diminutive sparkplug, but may have just enough talent to make it through a transition year. The strength of this team is its top to bottom athleticism. This starts at the wings, where two double figure scorers, John Allen and JR Morris, both return. Allen came in with sky-high expectations as a freshman, but has never been consistent enough to develop into a star. This could be his year, though Morris may have more potential with his overall game. Andre Sweet, undersized at the four, also fits the description of athlete. The one true big man guaranteed starter's minutes is Kelly Whitney, who developed nicely last season. He could become the go-to guy. The real question is who runs the show, harnessing the up and down potential of this group. Louis Orr signed top-notch floor general Justin Cerasoli, who at 6-5 should bring a different skill set from that of the 5-8 Barrett. In case Cerasoli isn't quite ready, Donald Copeland, Barret's backup last season, is still around. A few young players will play a role here as well. Jamar Nutter is an explosive combo guard who sat out last season, while freshman Brian Laing will fill in nicely at the wings. Down low, Orr will use sophomore C Grant Billmeier and a promising late signee, PF Marcus Cousin. Things will be different for this program, but the core of an NCAA tournament team is still here. Orr has done well in his first seasons at SHU, and this could be the season that he cements himself as a top-tier coach.

Ranking: Low NCAA bid/NIT

Draft Prospects: There isn't a proven talent on the roster, but scouts will probably keep an eye on many of these players. Cerasoli could be somebody to watch down the road.




7 – Villanova. Everything that could go wrong went wrong for Jay Wright last year, and despite a talented core of players, things aren't exactly off to a great start for the Wildcats in 2004 either. Jason Fraser was expected to come in and be that rock of a big man that every college coach dreams of. Instead, he's spent most of his career either hobbled or in street clothes. If he can get healthy, he's a double-double waiting to happen. If last month's exploratory knee surgery was a sign that his injury problems aren't in the past though, the Wildcats are one man short in the post. Villanova's strength probably remains in the backcourt, where Michael Nardi, Allen Ray, and Randy Foye are basically interchangeable pieces. Nardi is a distributor, Ray is the scorer, while Foye can do both fairly well. Losing touted freshman point guard Kyle Lowry for the season with a knee injury is a blow. The three guards would have gotten an occasional breather, which simply isn't going to happen now. As far as I can tell, there isn't another scholarship guard on the roster. Do-it-all combo forward Curtis Sumpter had a few breakout games early last year, and should continue to score his share of points – especially if Fraser isn't a factor. PF Will Sheridan showed some promise as Fraser's emergency replacement last season, while PF Marcus Austin and C Chris Charles have yet to live up to expectations. Guard depth is an issue, but it all comes down to Fraser. For Villanova to finally live up to the hype, Fraser not only has to play, he has to be fully healthy.

Ranking: Low NCAA bid/NIT

Draft Prospects: If Fraser gets healthy he should play in the league someday, but nobody really knows how good he can get. Sumpter is one of those classic NBA tweeners, though he could end up as a first rounder if improves over the next two seasons.




8 – Providence. After a season full of highs and lows, many things have changed for Tim Welsh's Friars. The one constant, All-American candidate Ryan Gomes, returns. He provides toughness and consistent effort in the block, and is slowly trying to move his game outside. The pieces surrounding Gomes will consist of many new faces. The key to the team's lock-down zone defense was shot blocker Marcus Douthit. Freshman Randall Hanke has the job of replacing him, and will most likely spend the year adjusting to the college game. On the wings, Rob Sanders and Sheiku Kabba are gone. In place are Dwight Brewington and Gerald Brown, a couple of athletic guards. Brewington is a candidate to break out. Also around is intriguing foreign swingman Tuuka Kotti, who clearly has a lot of ability but has never been able to put it all together and earn consistent playing time. This year, Welsh will be forced to play him, as there aren't many other options. Herbert Hill, freshman DeSean White, and redshirt frosh Jeff Parmer will fight for the remaining frontcourt minutes. Donnie McGrath is back to run the point, after an offseason marred by off-the-court problems. He knows how to run a team, but will need to increase his 10 ppg average for this team to be successful. Tim Welsh has shown an ability to find unknown talent, and there is clearly some of that on this team. However, this team fell off shockingly fast late last season, and has lost several of the main components from the tourney run. With teams able to key in on Gomes a lot more easily, this is probably a rebuilding year for Providence.

Ranking: NIT

Draft Prospects: Gomes might struggle to make the first round, because he gets stuck with the tweener label. The rest of the talent is fairly raw, although keeping an eye on Brewington might not be a bad idea.




9 – Rutgers. It's hard to put this team so low, as the Scarlet Knights are practically unbeatable at home. However, the conference is deep this year. Despite a very nice group of guards, Gary Waters is going to struggle to get enough out of an overmatched frontcourt. Rutgers is going to run with a three guard lineup, featuring tough NYC-style guards. Shooting specialist Ricky Shields led the team in scoring last year, but it might be soph Quincy Douby that really takes over. Douby is a true scorer in every sense of the word, and has a sweet shooting stroke. Combo guard Marquis Webb is the distributor, though all three guards will do their fair share of ballhandling. If Waters needs a true point, he could go to freshman Manny Quezada or veteran Juel Wiggan. Down low, the only proven commodity is PF Adrian Hill, who backed up the graduated Herve Laminaza and Sean Axani last season. Byron Joynes has some size, but has been trying to get in shape ever since he played high school ball for Oak Hill. A couple of freshmen, undersized PF Ollie Bailey and C Dan Waterstradt, will vie for minutes as well. Look for Rutgers to steal a couple of nice wins at home, but it's doubtful that this squad can put it together consistently enough to earn an NCAA tournament berth.

Ranking: NIT




10 – West Virginia. While I wouldn't say Mountaineer fans have anything to be excited about at the moment, I also think this team is much better than it's #10 ranking would indicate. John Beilein has a lot to work with up front, and the only real weakness on this team is the lack of a true point guard. The inside combo of Kevin Pittsnogle and D'or Fischer is one of the best in the conference. Fischer is one of the top shot blocking specialists in the nation, and reportedly has gotten a lot stronger in the offseason. Pittsnogle was maddeningly inconsistent last season after a very promising freshman season, but clearly has the potential to be a star. Some questioned whether he was buying into Beilein's system last year. Combo forward Tyrone Sally rounds out the post rotation nicely, while freshman Luke Bonner (younger brother of Matt) figures to get a shot at some point. The backcourt is where things get a little unsteady. Johannes Herber and Jarmon Durisseau-Collins did most of the ballhandling last season, but look for freshman combo guard Darris Nichols to push the incumbents for minutes. Coach's kid Patrick Beilein is a marksman from the outside. New to the wing rotation this year will be St. Bonaventure transfer Mike Gansey, who put up some very nice numbers two seasons ago. West Virginia certainly has some strong points as a team. They will certainly play defense at all times. But overall they lack a go-to scorer and a leader.

Draft Prospects: Like Marcus Douthit last season, you have to think a shot blocker like Fischer will get a chance in the league.

Ranking: NIT




11 – Georgetown. Things hit rock bottom last season, and Hoya fans are probably breathing a sigh of relief. The future of the program can finally begin under new coach John Thompson III. That doesn't mean that this season is going to be any easier than the last, however. Other than athletic swingman Brandon Bowman, there isn't much Big East-quality talent here. Bowman is one of those versatile players that will either be quicker or taller than anybody you put on him. With the graduation of leading scorer Gerald Riley, he will step into the role of go-to guy. The frontcourt promises to be somewhat improved, as Thompson managed to sign a trio of promising frontcourt prospects. Explosive PF Jeff Green came out of nowhere last spring to shoot up national ranking lists, while Cornelio Guibunda promises to be a physical presence inside. Roy Hibbert is a 7-foot center who has yet to live up to some considerable early high school hype. All three should play early and often. The perimeter play will be a bit dicier. Combo guards Ray Reed and Ashanti Cook should get the bulk of the minutes. They are athletic, but neither is even an adequate shooter. Thompson will end up relying on freshman Tyler Crawford a lot more than he would like to. This team isn't without talent, but they are young and without a legit outside shooting presence. Look for Thompson to restore the pride of this program right away. The kids will be playing hard and inspired. However, this isn't going to show up in the standings for at least a couple of seasons.

Ranking: Unranked

Draft Prospects: Nobody on the radar at the moment, but there are rumblings that Jeff Green could be an NBA-type athlete.




12 – St John's. Just like with Georgetown, don't expect to see the Redmen down here for long. New head coach Norm Roberts is one of the best recruiters in the country, and is already proving it. This season, however, he will have to make do with a patchwork group of wild city kids and under recruited spring signees. Roberts' most proven commodity will be sophomore guard Darryl Showtime Hill, whose handle and athleticism is second to none. Whether Roberts can get him to run an offense and distribute the ball in an efficient manner is another issue entirely. SJU had signed three accomplished JUCO wings for Hill to pass to, but only one will end up on campus. Quinton Hosely never qualified, and the other suffered a season ending knee injury. That leaves Jermaine Maybank, a tall, lanky wing, as one of Roberts' few options on the perimeter. A couple of other New York kids, freshman Cedric Jackson and Hill's high school teammate Ryan Special FX Williams, will get their shot. Down low it will be up to a couple of promising sophomores to hold down the fort. Lamont Hamilton was touted coming out of high school, and may be a feature in Roberts' offense. Tyler Jones is the other returning big man, while undersized freshman Dexter Gray is certain to play a role as well. Hill and Williams will connect to make Sportscenter a couple of times, but other than that, this program is a couple of years off. If Roberts can get the young kids some quality development time and keep people playing hard, the season will be considered a success.

Draft Prospects: Nobody here, unless the light bulb suddenly goes on for Darryl Hill.




Big East Player of the Year

Craig Smith, Boston College

All-Big East Team

First

PG Chris Thomas, Notre Dame
PG Karl Krauser, Pittsburgh
G Gerry McNamara, Syracuse
PF Ryan Gomes, Providence
PF Hakim Warrick, Syracuse

Second

WG Rashad Anderson, UConn
F Charlie Villanueva, Uconn
F Brandon Bowman, Georgetown
PF Chris Taft, Pittsburgh
C Torin Francis, Notre Dame

Third

G Allen Ray, Villanova
WG Quincy Douby, Rutgers
WG Dwight Brewington, Providence
F Curtis Sumpter, Villanova
C D'or Fischer, West Virginia

Big East Newcomer of the Year

WF Rudy Gay, Connecticut

Big East All-Freshman Team

PG Justin Cerasoli, Seton Hall
PG Daris Nichols, West Virginia
WF John DeGroat, Pittsburgh
PF Jeff Green, Georgetown
C Randall Hanke, Providence

Most Improved Player

Quincy Douby, Providence

Defensive Player of the Year

Josh Boone, UConn





SEC

SEC East

1 – Kentucky. It was an up and down season for the Wildcat faithful. From a dominating regular season, to a disappointing loss in the tournament. From some trying recruiting times, to three McDonald's All-American spring signees. The young kids are pretty much the focus this season, after some pretty serious losses the last two seasons. There a couple of holdovers, namely PF Chuck Smith and wing Kelenna Azubike. Smith is the epitome of undersized college power forward, doing all the little things and having a bit of a nasty streak. Azubike is a high flyer who has played a supporting role the past two seasons. He might be the kind of guy who does better with starter's minutes. The rest of the minutes will come from largely inexperienced and/or new players. Taking over for 4-year starter Cliff Hawkins will be Western Kentucky transfer Patrick Sparks, who was the Sun Belt's best player for two seasons. Sparks is a legit SEC standout, but he will be pushed by all-world PG recruit Rajon Rondo. Lining up next to Azubike on the wing will be the second superfrosh, Joe Crawford. Crawford is a physical, athletic guard that isn't afraid to play the tough defense that Tubby Smith requires. Down low, the ‘Cats will benefit from the services of the best true center to enter the college ranks since David Harrison, 6-11 Randolph Morris. Morris probably starts from day one, although 7-foot soph Lukasz Obrzut has shown some potential. That's more than can be said for the other giant on the Wildcat roster, Shagari Alleyne. Alleyne simply hasn't lived up to the hype he received upon arrival to Lexington. This is probably the most talented team Tubby Smith has coached in quite a while, but it's also the youngest. Having three of the top 7 or 8 incoming freshman in the country can never hurt, but it might take a while for this group to become a team. Nonetheless, there isn't a team in the East that is going to stand up to the Wildcats.

Ranking: Top 10-20

NBA Prospects: Azubike has a chance to break out and become a legit prospect, but the future NBA players on this team are freshmen. Expect to see Rondo and Morris go high in the first round someday.

2 –Florida. Every year at this time people put the Gators in the top ten based on having a couple of impressive scorers returning. This year is no different, but don't expect anything other than the usual disappointing tourney result. Billy Donovan has three double-digit scorers returning. Individually, they are fairly talented. PG Anthony Roberson is quick and can win games by himself just shooting the ball. Wing Matt Walsh is a versatile perimeter scorer with some nice size. And PF David Lee has strength and skill down low. However, as a trio, they have a lot of the same problems. None of the three plays much defense, and all three struggle to put up points on a consistent basis. The mentality is off as well. I would categorize all three as soft. These are the kind of players that can win a lot of games during the regular season, but will struggle against players that are willing to turn the intensity up a notch. Surrounding the big three, Donovan has all kinds of unproven talent. Freshman wing Corey Brewer is probably the most intriguing of the bunch. Brewer is athletic and versatile, and most importantly, a lock-down defender. He will step into mid-season departee Christian Drejer's role, and perhaps add some of what this team needs. Combo guard Lee Humphrey is a classic Billy Donovan guard, and freshman point Taurean Green will push for minutes. Down low, Lee will be surrounded by a group of highly touted but largely unproven players. Lanky C Adrian Moss is probably a starter, but sophomores Mohammed Abukar and Chris Richard deserve minutes. Freshmen Al Horford and Joakim Noah are also in the mix. It will be interesting to see what Billy Donovan can do with this group. This team is as deep and talented as ever, and if Brewer could team with one of the young big man to provide more of a physical presence, this is a team that could still do some things come march. Nonetheless, I am a skeptic of any publication that puts this team in the top 20.

Ranking: 25-35

NBA Prospects: Roberson, Walsh, and Lee are all borderline NBA prospects. One might end up slipping into the late first round. The younger players could all get there, but haven't had a chance to show what they can do.

3 – Tennessee. Buzz Peterson's seat is obviously getting a little warm. He's had some pretty substantial talent over the years, but his teams always seem to underachieve at the wrong times and find a way to miss out on the tournament. The Volunteers are fairly talented and experienced this season, and it may be Peterson's lass shot at success. The Volunteers have an immediate advantage in the SEC because they are led by the league's premier playmaker, CJ Watson. Watson isn't a big-time scorer, but he does have some blazing speed and the knowledge of how to make his teammates better. His backcourt mate, wing Scooter Mcfadgon, averaged 18 points per game last year and certainly benefits from a guy that knows how to get him the ball. Peterson has some options at the other wing. He could go with combo Dane Bradshaw, the super athletic Stanley Asumnu, or even freshman shooting specialist Chris Lofton. A more likely scenario, however, might be to start UCLA transfer Andre Patterson. Patterson is an athletic player with nice size, who can rebound like a PF. Down low, the Vols have some options as well. Senior Brandon Crump has improved every year, and is a legit go-too presence. He will be complemented by physical PF Jemere Hendrix, as well as C Major Wingate. Wingate was hyped coming out of high school and clearly could be an imposing physical presence, but he hasn't been able to put it all together yet. Quite a few people seem to be sleeping on this team, but I wouldn't be surprised if this is the year that Tennessee finally puts it together and makes a run at 2nd place in the SEC East.

Ranking: Low NCAA/NIT

NBA Prospects: Watson and Crump both will get a shot after the season, though both seem to be flying under the radar. McFagdon could get looks, but is more of a college player.

4 – Vanderbilt. Gene Stallings has a good thing started down at VU. Last season was a breakthrough year, and although Matt Freije is gone from that sweet 16 team, there is still enough talent here to keep the Commodores in the tourney picture. It really wasn't just Freije last March, as a couple of other returnees really stepped up down the stretch. Mario Moore, Vandy's tiny blur of a PG, really started to make teams pay for doubling up on Freije. He will play out of control at times, but will most likely lead this team in scoring. C David Przybyszewski developed into a second interior option late last year, and at 7-2, is probably the go-too guy down low heading into 2004. Solid role-players like wings Jason Holwerda and Jason Smith as well as athletic PF Julian Terrell also return. In somewhat of a new development for VU fans, Gene Stallings actually has a solid group of new recruits and developing youngsters that will play a large role this season. Both freshman from a year ago, wing Dan Cage and 6-11 C Ted Skuchas, are ready to step up and play big minutes. PG Alex Gordon and Wing DeMarre Carroll have bright futures in the Vandy backcourt, while C Davis Nwankwo picked the Commodores over interest from numerous other more prominent programs. The biggest new recruit is physical wing Shan Foster, Stallings' most touted recruit in recent memory. Vandy's starting five isn't going to inspire any preseason awe, but this team has a lot of young depth and toughness, and a coach that knows how to make the most out of it. The SEC East is brutal this year, but Vandy can be right in the thick of things.

Ranking: Low NCAA/NIT

Draft Prospects: Matt Freije sticking with the Heat may bring a little bit more NBA attention to the program this year. Moore and Przybyszewski, while not quite first round talent, will both get a shot in the league.

5 – South Carolina. The 3-5 slots in this division were very hard to rank, but the Gamecocks seem to have the most questions to me. Odom's team started out hot last season, but did against a group of patsies. After falling apart down the stretch, SC got pasted by Memphis in the first round of the tourney. Most of Odom's lineup is back this season, but he will have to make do with a new starting point guard and center. If one player represented last season's ups and downs, it was PF Carlos Powell. Powell was a legit go-too scorer over the first half of the season, before really struggling down the stretch. It's no surprise that the team's ability to score fell off dramatically during that period. Powell putting in a consistent senior year could be the key to South Carolina's season. Other than Powell, the Gamecocks don't have many proven scorers. Josh Gonner was able to average double figures from the wing, but overall the backcourt lacks punch. Sophomore Tre Kelley most likely takes over for Mike Boynton at the point, and probably won't be much of a drop-off in play. Joining him in the starting lineup will be junior wing Terrence Kinsey, or highly regarded JUCO transfer Roderick Trice, who was being recruited by numerous high major schools. There are some interesting players for Odom to surround Powell with in the frontcourt. Brandon Wallace and Renaldo Balkman are a pair of lanky, athletic combo forwards that ooze potential. Both were more prospect than player last season, but expect that to change this year. If it's muscle Odom wants, he could go with another touted JUCO, PF Antoine Tisby. Also around is sophomore big man Paulius Joneliunas, who could end up being a factor. When you look at the win total, the amount of talent returning, and the new recruits, it might be easy to put USC a bit higher than this. However, I wonder if last season's win total was totally legit. Carolos Powell could be the difference between another NCAA berth and a low-division finish with a trip to the NIT.

Ranking: Low NCAA/NIT

Draft Prospects: Nobody on the draft radar at the moment. Powell is undersized as an NBA big. Wallace and Balkman are two names to keep an eye on. If either one starts putting up big numbers, they could shoot up draft boards quickly.

6 – Georgia. Dennis Felton has inherited a very, very tough situation. Not only did Jim Harrick leave him to pick up the pieces of one of the worst scandals in NCAA history, he also couldn't recruit over his couple of years. This puts Felton in the position of having no real returning talent heading into the season. The recruiting class is solid, but nothing that is going to move the Bulldogs out of the cellar. If there is a strength on this team, it probably be Felton's three guard lineup of freshmen Channing Toney and Sundiata Gaines, and sophomore Levi Stukes. Toney and Gaines come with a few credentials. Toney is the son of former NBA player Andrew Toney, while Gaines was a key player for one of the country's top AAU teams two summers ago. Stukes turned out to be the best of Felton's emergency recruits last spring, averaging nearly 10 points per game. The three guards will play a lot of minutes, because there really isn't anybody else that's going to stand a fighting chance in the SEC. The frontcourt is even worse. PF Steve Newman has some size, and figures to start because he got some experience last season. F Corey Gibbs was touted coming into college, but missed last season after blowing out his knee, and is slated to miss the first couple of games this season as well. A couple of freshmen, 6-10 Dave Bliss and 6-9 Younes Idrissi, are projects who will be required to play long before they are ready. There is hope for Bulldog fans, as Felton has managed to secure some serious talent for the 2005 season. This year, however, will be Georgia's worst season in a very long time.

Ranking: Unranked

NBA Prospects: Nobody worth mentioning

SEC West

1 – Mississippi State. Rick Stansbury is slowly developing this program into one of the best in the country, and this season should only continue the trend. The Bulldogs have a whole slew of talent returning, led by national player of the year contender Lawrence Roberts. The former Baylor transfer was just what the doctor ordered last season, and will continue to play physical, 20/10 basketball. Stansbury lost a couple of the pieces surrounding Roberts, but there are players more than ready step into those vacated roles. There isn't a standout in the backcourt, but this is a deep, veteran group. Sophomore Gary Ervin takes over for the departed Timmy Bowers at the point. He might not score as well as Bowers, but he does give the Bulldogs more of a traditional point guard presence. The wings are in good hands as well, with defensive specialist Winsome Frazier and shooting specialist Shane Power both returning. Also around at the wing is Ontario Harper, a key contributor two seasons ago who redshirted last season due to injury. The second starter down low is a little bit of an issue, as dependable PF Branden Vincent has graduated. Marcus Campbell is an imposing presence at 7 feet tall, but has never really gotten what it takes to be a successful basketball player. You can be sure that guys like Wesley Morgan and Piotr Stelmach will get an opportunity to take Campbell's minutes. Stansbury will also have a trio of freshman forwards in Charles Rhodes, Walter Sharpe, and Jerrell Houston that will deserve a look. I'm hesitant to put this team in the top 10 nationally, based on the team's recent tournament results and the fact that Roberts can be slowed as a go-too guy. However, there isn't a more physical team in the country, and Stansbury's squad is as deep as it's ever been. I can't help but call them the favorites in the SEC.

Ranking: Top 10-15

NBA Prospects: Roberts will get long looks by many of the teams drafting in the late first round. He is a David West-like presence.

2 – Alabama. The Crimson Tide was one of the biggest surprises in the country last season, and I don't believe it was a fluke. Mark Gottfried has struggled getting overhyped talent to stick around and play up to potential, and last season was a marked shift away from that. He has found success with a group of 4-year players who are willing to do the things it takes to win. There isn't much for Gottfried to replace, either. Kennedy Winston overcame some injury and eligibility problems to develop into one of the top scoring wings in the country. Despite another knee issue this offseason, expect Winston to pick up where he left off and contend for SEC player of the year honors. Where Winston is the slashing, athletic scorer, senior Earnest Shelton is the guy who can light it up as a spot-up shooter. Getting these two the ball will be hyped freshman Ronnie Steele, Bama's first true PG since Mo Williams skipped out early. If Steel falters early, Gottfried could turn to another freshman, either Glenn Miles or Albert Weber. All three frosh are top-100 caliber recruits. The Crimson tide take on a pedestrian look down low, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. Undersized PF Chuck Davis will score big from time to time, while C Jermareo Davidson showed he is an SEC player as a freshman last year. Davidson didn't try to do a whole lot last season, but provided some very solid interior defense. He could improve significantly on his 5 point, 5 rebound averages. JUCO transfer Jean Felix and junior Evan Brock are worthy roleplayers at the forward slots, while a couple of redshirt freshmen – 6-9 Akini Adkins and 6-10 Shawn Taylor – will also be in the equation. While MSU is the clear team to beat in the West according to nearly every major publication, I had a hard time placing them in second. This team has a great blend of experience and youth, and is very deep. Mississippi State is going to have to give everything they've got to keep this team out of first place.

Ranking: Top 10-20

NBA Prospects: As long as Winston can put his history of injury behind him, he is a first round pick at some point. Nobody else to watch out for at this point

3 – LSU. John Brady has had a rough string of luck, the latest catastrophe being Jaime Lloreda's late-season injury that turned a top-25 team into one that couldn't win a game in the NIT. Despite the loss of Lloreda, this is an underrated team nationally. The entire squad is back, and Brady has recruited the perfect replacement for Lloreda. This team's success is going to be predicated on athleticism and physical defense, and it all starts with sophomore PF Brandon Bass. Bass is Larry Johnson-type athlete, and will enforce the interior as well as any big man in the nation. Expect close to 20/10 type numbers this season after Bass decided to forgo the NBA draft this past spring. Joining him in a very deep frontcourt is behemoth freshman C Glen Davis. Davis, a remarkable athlete for having a 300+ pound body, is a double-double waiting to happen and one of the few freshmen in the country that could have stepped right in and replaced Lloreda without a hitch. The guards are all back, but the key to the season could be the development of sophomore ballhawk Tack Minor. Minor is one of the more talented guards in the country, but has been held back by his unwillingness to give up the ball. Reports state that he's doing a better job of distributing the ball, but that remains to be seen. Darrel Mitchell and Xavier Whipple are veteran true PG's that will pass. At the wing, Brady could with Antonio Hudson, a pure scorer who has disappointed a bit since his freshman season, or the uber-athletic Regis Koundjia, who is still a little raw. Role-players abound, including freshman combo guard Garrett Temple, as well as sophomore PF's Ross Neltner and Darnell Lazare. The key words here are athleticism and defensive toughness. There are going to be a lot more black eyes and low scoring games in Baton Rouge, and that is bad news for SEC opponents.

Ranking: Top 15-25

NBA Prospects: Brandon Bass might be too short to make it into the first round, but don't be surprised to see him in the league somedaysame thing for Glen Davis. I'm taking a wait and see approach with several other LSU prospects, like Minor and Koundja.

4 – Arkansas. One of many coaches taking over a scandal-ridden program in the last few years, Stan Heath's transition could be a bit smoother than the others'. While getting current NBA rookie Al Jefferson to show up for a year or two would have officially gotten the program back over the hump, Heath is still recruiting at a solid level. This is team is athletic, long, and lean. The core of this young squad will be three solid wings. Junior Jonathan Modica is a holdover of the last administration, under recruited but somehow the team's leading scorer. Ronnie Brewer and Olu Famutimi were two of Heath's first recruits, both heralded on a national level. The do-it-all Brewer could have been the top freshman in the SEC last season, while Famutimi could break out this season. The point guard slot has been manned at various levels of success by Eric Ferguson, but that might change this year. 6-6 JC transfer Dontell Jefferson comes in with considerable hype and fits in with Heath's tall backcourt. The frontcourt has been nearly nonexistent for several seasons now, but that should change. Rashard Sullivan and Ronnie Brewer are two lanky shot blocker types that return, but there are three hyped freshmen who might just take over in the frontcourt. 7-0 Steve Hill could end up leading the conference in shot blocking someday, while the mercurial Darian Townes has finally found a home in Little Rock. The prospect of facing this long-armed duo over the next four seasons has to have SEC opponents a bit scared. Also new to the team is Charles manimal Thomas, an undersized, physical type. Many people are expecting a very successful season from Heath's squad this season. This team is still very young (no seniors playing significant roles), so expectations should still be tempered a bit. There are two division patsies to mop up on, so the NIT is a very realistic expectation.

Ranking: NIT

NBA Prospects: Nobody to speak of at the moment, but there is a lot of potential here. Famutimi, Brewer, Hill, Townes, or one of several others could break out and end up as a draft possibility.

5 – Auburn. Jeff Lebo had a tough job in front of him before his three best players decided to transfer. Now, he's just trying to get to next season as quickly as possible. There is no size whatsoever, and a mediocre collection of backcourt players, for that matter. There are four experienced wings back. Ian Young is the best scorer of the bunch, averaging exactly 10 points per. Quinnel Brown has the most size, while Ron Lemelle and Nathan Watson will also continue to get minutes. Freshmen wings Frank Tolbert and Toney Douglas also fit into this group somewhere. The only big man here is freshman Ryan Daniel, who originally signed with Lebo at Chattanooga. This team might be able to give some teams with weak backcourts problems by throwing five guards out there, but things look bleak. The positives for Tiger fans – their football team is undefeated, Lebo has a great recruiting class coming in for 2005, and Ole Miss still plays in the SEC.

Player Rankings: None

6 – Ole Miss. Rod Barnes has seen the bottom drop out of his program. Quality players have come in and left, and slowly but surely the talent level has slipped. Losing wing Aaron Harper and standout post Justin Reed from last year's team with limited incoming talent is the last straw. Barnes now must make do with a rag-tag group of players that might be able to win at the JUCO level. Todd Abernathy returns to provide a steady hand at the point, but there isn't anything else in the backcourt worth talking about. Kendrick Fox has some nice size, while Ed Glass, Bam Doyne, Cavadas Nunnery, and Justin Johnson will fight over the remaining minutes. Down low, undersized posts Tommie Eddie and Marvin Moore return. Sophomore Lonnie Jackson and freshman Jeremy Parnell might have a bit of potential inside. Barnes has a solid recruiting class lined up for 2005, so the goal is to make it through the season without to much egg on the face.

Ranking: Unranked

NBA Prospects: None

SEC Player of the Year

Kennedy Winston, Alabama

All-SEC Team

First

PG Mario Moore, Vanderbilt
PG CJ Watson, Tennessee
PF Chuck Hayes, Kentucky
PF Brandon Bass, LSU
PF Lawrence Roberts, Mississippi State

Second

PG Anthony Roberson, Florida
WG Jonathan Modica, Arkansas
WF Kelenna Azubike, Kentucky
PF Carlos Powell, South Carolina
PF David Lee, Florida

Third

PG Patrick Sparks, Kentucky
WG Earnest Shelton, Alabama
WG Winsome Frazier, Mississippi State
WG Ian Young, Auburn
PF Brandon Crump, Tennesee

Newcomer of the Year

C Glen Davis, LSU

All-Newcomer Team

PG Ronnie Steele, Alabama
PG Rajon Rondo, Kentucky
WF Shan Foster, Vanderbilt
WF Corey Brewer, Florida
C Randolph Morris, Kentucky

Defensive Player of the Year

Winsome Frazier, Mississippi State

Most Improved Player

Kelenna Azubike, Kentucky
 


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28 Years Old
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by the Grizzlies
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Curtis Sumpter
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30 Years Old
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Ryan Gomes
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31 Years Old
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by the Celtics
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Gerald Brown
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39 Years Old
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Herbert Hill
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29 Years Old
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Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #25 in 2007 Draft
by the Jazz
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NBA: PF,
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Ricky Shields
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Physicals
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 185 lbs.
Birthday: 07/28/1982
32 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Parkdale
Previous Team: Rutgers , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: SG,
NBA: SG,
Possible: SG
Quick Stats:
10.2 Pts, 2.6 Rebs, 1.6 Asts


Quincy Douby
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 175 lbs.
Birthday: 05/16/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: St. Thomas Moore
Previous Team: Zhejiang C , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #19 in 2006 Draft
by the Kings
Positions:
Current: PG/SG,
NBA: PG/SG,
Possible: PG
Quick Stats:
20.5 Pts, 3.0 Rebs, 2.8 Asts


Kevin Pittsnogle
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 10"
Weight: 259 lbs.
Birthday: 07/30/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Martinsburg
Previous Team: West Virginia , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PF/C,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF/C
Quick Stats:
11.8 Pts, 5.4 Rebs, 1.4 Asts


D'or Fischer
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 10"
Weight: 242 lbs.
Birthday: 10/14/1981
32 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Upper Darby
Previous Team: Maccabi Tel Aviv , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: C,
NBA: C,
Possible: C
Quick Stats:
9.0 Pts, 2.8 Rebs, 0.3 Asts


Mike Gansey
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 205 lbs.
Birthday: 12/21/1982
31 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Olmsted Falls
Previous Team: West Virginia , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: SG,
NBA: SG,
Possible: SG
Quick Stats:
6.1 Pts, 2.4 Rebs, 0.4 Asts


John Thompson
Full Profile
Physicals
Height: 6' 10"
Weight: 225 lbs.
Birthday: 09/02/1941
72 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Adelphi Academy
Previous Team: South Carolina , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 3, Pick #9 in 1964 Draft
by the Celtics
Positions:
Current: F,
NBA: F,
Possible: F


Brandon Bowman
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 209 lbs.
Birthday: 10/15/1984
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Westchester
Previous Team: Georgetown , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: SF/PF,
NBA: SF,
Possible:
Quick Stats:
13.0 Pts, 6.0 Rebs, 1.7 Asts


Jeff Green
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Physicals
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 228 lbs.
Birthday: 08/28/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Hyattsville Northwestern
Previous Team: Georgetown , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #5 in 2007 Draft
by the Celtics
Positions:
Current: SF/PF,
NBA: SF,
Possible: SF/PF
Quick Stats:
16.9 Pts, 4.6 Rebs, 1.7 Asts


Roy Hibbert
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 7' 2"
Weight: 272 lbs.
Birthday: 12/11/1986
27 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Georgetown
Previous Team: Georgetown , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #17 in 2008 Draft
by the Raptors
Positions:
Current: C,
NBA: C,
Possible: C
Quick Stats:
10.8 Pts, 6.6 Rebs, 1.1 Asts


Lamont Hamilton
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 242 lbs.
Birthday: 04/06/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Bridgton Academy
Previous Team: Bilbao , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PF/C,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
8.3 Pts, 3.8 Rebs, 0.8 Asts


Rajon Rondo
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 175 lbs.
Birthday: 02/22/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Oak Hill Academy
Previous Team: Kentucky , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #21 in 2006 Draft
by the Suns
Positions:
Current: PG,
NBA: PG,
Possible: PG
Quick Stats:
11.7 Pts, 5.5 Rebs, 9.8 Asts


Joe Crawford
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 213 lbs.
Birthday: 06/18/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Renaissance
Previous Team: Kentucky , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #28 in 2008 Draft
by the Lakers
Positions:
Current: SG,
NBA: SG,
Possible: SG
Quick Stats:
20.3 Pts, 3.1 Rebs, 3.0 Asts


David Harrison
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 7' 0"
Weight: 260 lbs.
Birthday: 08/15/1982
32 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Brentwood Academy
Previous Team: Colorado , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #29 in 2004 Draft
by the Pacers
Positions:
Current: C,
NBA: C,
Possible: C
Quick Stats:
3.4 Pts, 2.4 Rebs, 0.0 Asts


Randolph Morris
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 11"
Weight: 266 lbs.
Birthday: 01/03/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Landmark Christian
Previous Team: Beijing , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: C,
NBA: C,
Possible: PF/C
Quick Stats:
26.9 Pts, 9.4 Rebs, 2.0 Asts


Shagari Alleyne
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 7' 3"
Weight: 270 lbs.
Birthday: 01/14/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Rice
Previous Team: Manhattan , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: C,
NBA: C,
Possible: C
Quick Stats:
3.2 Pts, 3.9 Rebs, 0.2 Asts


Billy Donovan
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 171 lbs.
Birthday: 05/30/1965
49 Years Old
Teams:
High School: St. Agnes
Previous Team: , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 3, Pick #22 in 1987 Draft
by the Jazz
Positions:
Current: G,
NBA: G,
Possible: G
Quick Stats:
2.4 Pts, 0.6 Rebs, 2.0 Asts


Anthony Roberson
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 179 lbs.
Birthday: 02/15/1983
31 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Saginaw
Previous Team: Florida , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PG,
NBA: PG,
Possible: PG/SG
Quick Stats:
14.0 Pts, 1.9 Rebs, 1.3 Asts


Matt Walsh
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 190 lbs.
Birthday: 12/03/1982
31 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Germantown Academy
Previous Team: Florida , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: SG/SF,
NBA: SG/SF,
Possible: SG/SF
Quick Stats:
15.8 Pts, 7.4 Rebs, 3.4 Asts


David Lee
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 230 lbs.
Birthday: 04/30/1983
31 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Chaminade Prep
Previous Team: Florida , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #30 in 2005 Draft
by the Knicks
Positions:
Current: PF,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
15.3 Pts, 6.2 Rebs, 2.3 Asts


Corey Brewer
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 185 lbs.
Birthday: 03/05/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Portland
Previous Team: Florida , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #7 in 2007 Draft
by the Timberwolves
Positions:
Current: SF,
NBA: SF,
Possible: SG/SF
Quick Stats:
8.5 Pts, 2.2 Rebs, 1.3 Asts


Lee Humphrey
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 192 lbs.
Birthday: 04/26/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Maryville
Previous Team: Florida , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: SG,
NBA: SG,
Possible: SG
Quick Stats:
12.4 Pts, 2.1 Rebs, 4.1 Asts


Taurean Green
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 173 lbs.
Birthday: 11/28/1985
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Cardinal Gibbons
Previous Team: Florida , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #22 in 2007 Draft
by the Trailblazers
Positions:
Current: PG,
NBA: PG,
Possible: PG
Quick Stats:
9.0 Pts, 2.1 Rebs, 3.2 Asts


Chris Richard
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 252 lbs.
Birthday: 12/25/1984
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Kathleen
Previous Team: Florida , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #11 in 2007 Draft
by the Timberwolves
Positions:
Current: PF,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
4.7 Pts, 4.7 Rebs, 1.0 Asts


Al Horford
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 10"
Weight: 246 lbs.
Birthday: 06/03/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Grand Ledge
Previous Team: Florida , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #3 in 2007 Draft
by the Hawks
Positions:
Current: PF/C,
NBA: PF/C,
Possible: PF/C
Quick Stats:
18.6 Pts, 8.4 Rebs, 2.6 Asts


Joakim Noah
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 7' 0"
Weight: 223 lbs.
Birthday: 02/25/1985
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Lawrenceville Prep
Previous Team: Florida , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #9 in 2007 Draft
by the Bulls
Positions:
Current: PF/C,
NBA: PF/C,
Possible: PF/C
Quick Stats:
12.6 Pts, 11.3 Rebs, 5.4 Asts


CJ Watson
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 171 lbs.
Birthday: 04/17/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Bishop Gorman
Previous Team: Tennessee , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PG,
NBA: PG,
Possible: PG
Quick Stats:
6.6 Pts, 1.6 Rebs, 1.7 Asts


Scooter McFadgon
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 200 lbs.
Birthday: 05/06/1982
32 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Raleigh Egypt
Previous Team: Tennessee , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: SG,
NBA: SG,
Possible: SG
Quick Stats:
6.7 Pts, 1.3 Rebs, 0.0 Asts


Chris Lofton
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 200 lbs.
Birthday: 03/27/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Mason County
Previous Team: Tennessee , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: SG,
NBA: SG,
Possible: SG
Quick Stats:
15.7 Pts, 2.5 Rebs, 2.4 Asts


Brandon Crump
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 10"
Weight: 235 lbs.
Birthday: 09/13/1982
31 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Klein Forest
Previous Team: Tennessee , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PF,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF/C
Quick Stats:
8.0 Pts, 4.5 Rebs, 0.0 Asts


Major Wingate
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 11"
Weight: 242 lbs.
Birthday: 11/10/1983
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: North Gwinnett
Previous Team: Tofas , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: C,
NBA: C,
Possible: PF/C
Quick Stats:
7.6 Pts, 5.4 Rebs, 1.7 Asts


Matt Freije
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 234 lbs.
Birthday: 10/02/1981
32 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Shawnee Mission West
Previous Team: , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #24 in 2004 Draft
by the Heat
Positions:
Current: F,
NBA: F,
Possible: F
Quick Stats:
2.7 Pts, 1.0 Rebs, 0.0 Asts


Jason Smith
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 11"
Weight: 233 lbs.
Birthday: 03/04/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Platte Valley
Previous Team: Colorado State , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #20 in 2007 Draft
by the Heat
Positions:
Current: PF/C,
NBA: PF/C,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
9.7 Pts, 5.8 Rebs, 0.9 Asts


DeMarre Carroll
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 207 lbs.
Birthday: 07/27/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: John Carroll
Previous Team: Missouri , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #27 in 2009 Draft
by the Grizzlies
Positions:
Current: SF/PF,
NBA: SF/PF,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
11.1 Pts, 5.5 Rebs, 1.8 Asts


Shan Foster
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 195 lbs.
Birthday: 08/20/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Bonnabel
Previous Team: Vanderbilt , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #21 in 2008 Draft
by the Mavericks
Positions:
Current: SG,
NBA: SG,
Possible: SG/SF
Quick Stats:
5.9 Pts, 1.7 Rebs, 1.0 Asts


Carlos Powell
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 222 lbs.
Birthday: 08/29/1983
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Wilson
Previous Team: South Carolina , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: SF/PF,
NBA: SF,
Possible: SF/PF
Quick Stats:
11.7 Pts, 3.5 Rebs, 4.3 Asts


Tre Kelley
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 188 lbs.
Birthday: 01/23/1985
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Paul L. Dunbar
Previous Team: South Carolina , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PG/SG,
NBA: PG/SG,
Possible: PG
Quick Stats:
11.7 Pts, 2.0 Rebs, 5.2 Asts


Brandon Wallace
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 203 lbs.
Birthday: 03/14/1985
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Silver Bluff
Previous Team: South Carolina , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PF,
NBA: PF,
Possible: SF/PF
Quick Stats:
8.1 Pts, 6.5 Rebs, 1.2 Asts


Renaldo Balkman
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 206 lbs.
Birthday: 07/14/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Laurinburg Institute
Previous Team: South Carolina , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #20 in 2006 Draft
by the Knicks
Positions:
Current: SF/PF,
NBA: SF/PF,
Possible: SF/PF
Quick Stats:
14.8 Pts, 8.4 Rebs, 1.9 Asts


Sundiata Gaines
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 205 lbs.
Birthday: 04/18/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Archbishop Molloy
Previous Team: , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PG/SG,
NBA: PG,
Possible: PG/SG
Quick Stats:
15.4 Pts, 4.9 Rebs, 5.3 Asts


Andrew Toney
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 178 lbs.
Birthday: 11/23/1957
56 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Glenn
Previous Team: , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #8 in 1980 Draft
by the 76ers
Positions:
Current: G,
NBA: G,
Possible: G
Quick Stats:
7.3 Pts, 1.6 Rebs, 3.7 Asts


Lawrence Roberts
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 233 lbs.
Birthday: 10/21/1982
31 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Lamar
Previous Team: Mississippi St. , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #25 in 2005 Draft
by the Supersonics
Positions:
Current: PF/C,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF/C
Quick Stats:
9.5 Pts, 7.5 Rebs, 1.2 Asts


Timmy Bowers
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 181 lbs.
Birthday: 01/09/1982
32 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Harrison Central
Previous Team: Mississippi St. , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PG/SG,
NBA: PG/SG,
Possible: PG/SG
Quick Stats:
10.2 Pts, 4.7 Rebs, 3.1 Asts


Charles Rhodes
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 244 lbs.
Birthday: 06/25/1985
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Lanier
Previous Team: Mississippi St. , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PF,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
22.0 Pts, 12.0 Rebs, 0.6 Asts


David West
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 226 lbs.
Birthday: 08/29/1980
33 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Hargrave Military Academy
Previous Team: , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #18 in 2003 Draft
by the Hornets
Positions:
Current: F,
NBA: PF,
Possible: F
Quick Stats:
14.0 Pts, 6.8 Rebs, 2.8 Asts


Kennedy Winston
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 215 lbs.
Birthday: 07/30/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Blount
Previous Team: Roma , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: SG,
NBA: SG,
Possible: SG/SF
Quick Stats:
12.3 Pts, 3.7 Rebs, 3.2 Asts


Chuck Davis
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 230 lbs.
Birthday: 04/20/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Selma Southside
Previous Team: Alabama , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PF,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
11.1 Pts, 5.1 Rebs, 2.1 Asts


Jermareo Davidson
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 11"
Weight: 230 lbs.
Birthday: 11/17/1984
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Wheeler
Previous Team: Alabama , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #6 in 2007 Draft
by the Warriors
Positions:
Current: PF/C,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF/C
Quick Stats:
16.7 Pts, 7.3 Rebs, 1.5 Asts


Brandon Bass
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 246 lbs.
Birthday: 05/01/1985
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Capital Hill
Previous Team: LSU , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #3 in 2005 Draft
by the Hornets
Positions:
Current: PF,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
11.1 Pts, 5.7 Rebs, 1.1 Asts


Larry Johnson
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 250 lbs.
Birthday: 03/14/1969
45 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Skyline
Previous Team: UNLV , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #1 in 1991 Draft
by the Hornets
Positions:
Current: F,
NBA: F,
Possible: F
Quick Stats:
9.9 Pts, 5.6 Rebs, 2.0 Asts


Glen Davis
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 298 lbs.
Birthday: 01/03/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: University
Previous Team: LSU , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #5 in 2007 Draft
by the Supersonics
Positions:
Current: C,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF/C
Quick Stats:
12.1 Pts, 6.3 Rebs, 1.6 Asts


Regis Koundjia
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 215 lbs.
Birthday: 11/09/1983
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Laurinburg Institute
Previous Team: Geo Washington , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PF/C,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
11.2 Pts, 6.7 Rebs, 1.3 Asts


Garrett Temple
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 176 lbs.
Birthday: 05/08/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: University
Previous Team: LSU , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PG/SG,
NBA: PG/SG,
Possible: PG/SG
Quick Stats:
1.8 Pts, 0.9 Rebs, 1.0 Asts


Al Jefferson
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 10"
Weight: 263 lbs.
Birthday: 01/04/1985
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Prentiss
Previous Team: , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #15 in 2004 Draft
by the Celtics
Positions:
Current: F,
NBA: PF/C,
Possible: F
Quick Stats:
9.0 Pts, 8.0 Rebs, 1.0 Asts


Ronnie Brewer
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 223 lbs.
Birthday: 03/21/1985
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Fayetteville
Previous Team: Arkansas , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #14 in 2006 Draft
by the Jazz
Positions:
Current: SG/SF,
NBA: SG/SF,
Possible: SG/SF
Quick Stats:
0.3 Pts, 0.6 Rebs, 0.4 Asts


Olu Famutimi
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 207 lbs.
Birthday: 02/22/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Flint Northwestern
Previous Team: Arkansas , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: SF,
NBA: SG/SF,
Possible: SG/SF
Quick Stats:
12.5 Pts, 5.5 Rebs, 1.2 Asts


Dontell Jefferson
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 195 lbs.
Birthday: 12/15/1983
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Stephenson
Previous Team: Arkansas , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PG/SG,
NBA: PG,
Possible: PG
Quick Stats:
3.1 Pts, 2.1 Rebs, 2.0 Asts


Darian Townes
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 10"
Weight: 250 lbs.
Birthday: 07/31/1984
30 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Hargrave Military Academy
Previous Team: Arkansas , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PF/C,
NBA: PF/C,
Possible: PF/C
Quick Stats:
11.8 Pts, 6.8 Rebs, 0.8 Asts


Jeff Lebo
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 180 lbs.
Birthday: 10/05/1966
47 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Carlisle
Previous Team: , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: F,
NBA: F,
Possible: F
Quick Stats:
1.5 Pts, 1.0 Rebs, 0.8 Asts


Toney Douglas
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 183 lbs.
Birthday: 03/16/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Jonesboro
Previous Team: Florida State , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #29 in 2009 Draft
by the Knicks
Positions:
Current: PG/SG,
NBA: PG/SG,
Possible: PG
Quick Stats:
4.2 Pts, 2.3 Rebs, 1.8 Asts


Ron Harper
Full Profile | Player Stats
Physicals
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 185 lbs.
Birthday: 01/20/1964
50 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Kiser
Previous Team: , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #8 in 1986 Draft
by the Cavaliers
Positions:
Current: G,
NBA: G,
Possible: G
Quick Stats:
6.5 Pts, 3.5 Rebs, 2.4 Asts


Justin Reed
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Physicals
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 240 lbs.
Birthday: 01/16/1982
32 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Provine
Previous Team: Mississippi , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 2, Pick #11 in 2004 Draft
by the Celtics
Positions:
Current: SF/PF,
NBA: SF/PF,
Possible: SF/PF
Quick Stats:
12.7 Pts, 7.1 Rebs, 1.9 Asts


Rick Fox
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Physicals
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 230 lbs.
Birthday: 07/24/1969
45 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Warsaw Community
Previous Team: , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #24 in 1991 Draft
by the Celtics
Positions:
Current: F,
NBA: F,
Possible: F
Quick Stats:
4.8 Pts, 2.7 Rebs, 2.6 Asts


Chuck Hayes
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Physicals
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 232 lbs.
Birthday: 06/12/1983
31 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Modesto Christian
Previous Team: Kentucky , PRO
Drafted: Undrafted in Draft
Positions:
Current: PF,
NBA: PF,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
3.0 Pts, 5.8 Rebs, 0.8 Asts


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