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BeckDiggLer 07-27-2006 08:29 PM

College Top 10 at every position
 
PG
1. Dominic James, Marquette, So
2. Gabe Pruit, USC, Jr
3. Ron Steele, Alabama, Jr
4. Rodney Stuckey, Eastern Washington, So
5. Mario Chalmers, Kansas, So
6. Mustafa Shakur, Arizona, Sr
7. Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech, Fr (est.)
8. Acie Law, Texas A&M, Sr
9. DJ Strawberry, Maryland, Sr
10.Stanley Burrell, Xavier, Jr

SG
1. Marcus Williams, Arizona, So
2. Malik Hairston, Oregon, Jr
3. Brandon Rush, Kansas, So
4. Nick Young, USC, Jr
5. Gerald Henderson, Duke, Fr (est.)
6. Courney Lee, Western Kentucky, Jr
7. Richard Roby, Colorado, Jr
8. JR Giddens, New Mexico, Jr
9. Alando Tucker, Wisconsin, Sr
10.Arrom Afflalo, UCLA, Jr
10B.Gary Neal, Towson, Sr

SF
1. Thaddeus Young, Georgia Tech, Fr (est.)
2. Julian Wright, Kansas, So
3. Jeff Green, Georgetown, Jr
4. Al Thornton, Florida State, Sr
5. Lue Richard Mbah A Moute, UCLA, So
6. Morris Almond, Rice, Sr
7. Kevin Durant, Texas, Fr (est.)
8. Corey Brewer, Florida, Jr
9. Wilson Chandler, Depaul, So
10.Cartie Martin, Kansas St., Sr

PF
1. Joakim Noah, Florida, Jr
2. Al Horford, Florida, Jr
3. Jermareo Davidson, Alabama, Sr
4. Richard Hendrix, Alabama, So
5. Josh McRoberts, Duke, So
6. Glenn Davis, LSU, Jr
7. Tyler Hansbrough, UNC, So
8. Rashaun Freeman, UMASS, Sr
9. Brandon Wright, UNC, Fr (est.)
10.CJ Giles, Kansas, Jr

C
1. Greg Oden, Ohio State, Fr (est.)
2. Spencer Hawes, Washington, Fr (est)
3. DeVon Hardin, California, Jr
4. Jason Smith, Colorado State, Jr
5. Nick Fazekas, Nevada, Sr
6. Aaron Gray, Pittsburgh, Sr
7. Roy Hibbert, Georgetown, Jr
8. Sasha Kaun, Kansas, Jr
9. Darryl Watkins, Syracuse, Sr
10.Randolph Morris, Kentucky, Jr

TheGame414 07-27-2006 09:14 PM

Meh.

mhsbasketball 07-27-2006 11:55 PM

PG Tywon Lawson
SG
SF Kevin Durant/Thaddeus Young
PF

C Greg Oden

BlackMoses 07-28-2006 01:08 AM

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Originally Posted by BeckDiggLer
PG
1. Dominic James, Marquette, So
2. Gabe Pruit, USC, Jr
3. Ron Steele, Alabama, Jr
4. Rodney Stuckey, Eastern Washington, So
5. Mario Chalmers, Kansas, So
6. Mustafa Shakur, Arizona, Sr
7. Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech, Fr (est.)
8. Acie Law, Texas A&M, Sr
9. DJ Strawberry, Maryland, Sr
10.Stanley Burrell, Xavier, Jr

SG
1. Marcus Williams, Arizona, So
2. Malik Hairston, Oregon, Jr
3. Brandon Rush, Kansas, So
4. Nick Young, USC, Jr
5. Gerald Henderson, Duke, Fr (est.)
6. Courney Lee, Western Kentucky, Jr
7. Richard Roby, Colorado, Jr
8. JR Giddens, New Mexico, Jr
9. Alando Tucker, Wisconsin, Sr
10.Arrom Afflalo, UCLA, Jr
10B.Gary Neal, Towson, Sr

SF
1. Thaddeus Young, Georgia Tech, Fr (est.)
2. Julian Wright, Kansas, So
3. Jeff Green, Georgetown, Jr
4. Al Thornton, Florida State, Sr
5. Lue Richard Mbah A Moute, UCLA, So
6. Morris Almond, Rice, Sr
7. Kevin Durant, Texas, Fr (est.)
8. Corey Brewer, Florida, Jr
9. Wilson Chandler, Depaul, So
10.Cartie Martin, Kansas St., Sr

PF
1. Joakim Noah, Florida, Jr
2. Al Horford, Florida, Jr
3. Jermareo Davidson, Alabama, Sr
4. Richard Hendrix, Alabama, So
5. Josh McRoberts, Duke, So
6. Glenn Davis, LSU, Jr
7. Tyler Hansbrough, UNC, So
8. Rashaun Freeman, UMASS, Sr
9. Brandon Wright, UNC, Fr (est.)
10.CJ Giles, Kansas, Jr

C
1. Greg Oden, Ohio State, Fr (est.)
2. Spencer Hawes, Washington, Fr (est)
3. DeVon Hardin, California, Jr
4. Jason Smith, Colorado State, Jr
5. Nick Fazekas, Nevada, Sr
6. Aaron Gray, Pittsburgh, Sr
7. Roy Hibbert, Georgetown, Jr
8. Sasha Kaun, Kansas, Jr
9. Darryl Watkins, Syracuse, Sr
10.Randolph Morris, Kentucky, Jr


Good list, here's what I'd switch...

PG
1. Dominic James, Marquette, So
2. Gabe Pruit, USC, Jr
3. Ron Steele, Alabama, Jr
4. Rodney Stuckey, Eastern Washington, So
5. Mario Chalmers, Kansas, So
6. Tauren Green, Florida, Jr
7. Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech, Fr (est.)
8. Mustafa Shakur, Arizona, Sr
9. Acie Law, Texas A&M, Sr
10.Stanley Burrell, Xavier, Jr

SG
1 Brandon Rush, Kansas, So
2. Marcus Williams, Arizona, So
3. Nick Young, USC, Jr
4. Richard Roby, Colorado, Jr
5. Malik Hairston, Oregon, Jr
6. Gerald Henderson, Duke, Fr (est.)
7. Courney Lee, Western Kentucky, Jr
8. Alando Tucker, Wisconsin, Sr
9. JR Giddens, New Mexico, Jr
10.Arrom Afflalo, UCLA, Jr

PF
1. Joakim Noah, Florida, Jr
2. Al Horford, Florida, Jr
3 Tyler Hansbrough, UNC, So
4 Glenn Davis, LSU, Jr
5. Josh McRoberts, Duke, So
6 Jermareo Davidson, Alabama, Sr
7 Richard Hendrix, Alabama, So
8. Rashaun Freeman, UMASS, Sr
9. CJ Giles, Kansas, JR
10.DJ White, Indiana, JR?

C
1. Greg Oden, Ohio State, Fr (est.)
2 Roy Hibbert, Georgetown, Jr
3 Jason Smith, Colorado State, Jr
4. Aaron Gray, Pittsburgh, Sr
5. Nick Fazekas, Nevada, Sr
6 Spencer Hawes, Washington, Fr (est)
7 DeVon Hardin, California, Jr
8. Sasha Kaun, Kansas, Jr
9. Darryl Watkins, Syracuse, Sr
10.Randolph Morris, Kentucky, Jr

TheGame414 07-28-2006 03:37 AM

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5. Mario Chalmers, Kansas, So
Plays shooting guard.

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1 Brandon Rush, Kansas, So
Plays small forward.

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8. Alando Tucker, Wisconsin, Sr
Shooting guard? Hah! He's their power forward.

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1. Joakim Noah, Florida, Jr
2. Al Horford, Florida, Jr
One of 'em coming off the bench now?

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6 Jermareo Davidson, Alabama, Sr
7 Richard Hendrix, Alabama, So
Same as above.

BeckDiggLer 07-28-2006 10:03 AM

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Originally Posted by TheGame414
Plays shooting guard.

Plays small forward.

Shooting guard? Hah! He's their power forward.

One of 'em coming off the bench now?

Same as above.


Yeah your right dude, I put everybody in their projected pro positions.
When I rank i'm always looking at how they project as pro's. So I have Noah as a 4 and Rush as a 2.

Skywalker 07-28-2006 10:17 AM

Man I didn't know everyone recognized Dominic James so well. That's cool.

ThaKing 07-28-2006 04:20 PM

Wow, a Kansas player at every position. Sounds about right. The amazing thing is, that at season end they could very well have more than one player qualify at a couple positions.

But still, Giles? He doesn't even play. He has the tools, he is extremely athletic for a 6-11 guy, but hasn't put it all together yet. Self has him on an extremely short leash. If he played more he could foul out in the first half.

BeckDiggLer 07-28-2006 05:31 PM

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Originally Posted by ThaKing
Wow, a Kansas player at every position. Sounds about right. The amazing thing is, that at season end they could very well have more than one player qualify at a couple positions.

But still, Giles? He doesn't even play. He has the tools, he is extremely athletic for a 6-11 guy, but hasn't put it all together yet. Self has him on an extremely short leash. If he played more he could foul out in the first half.


I had to include him because of the skillz factor, I listed him at 10 because he has not done ish at KU yet. But Dude can play.

BankShot 07-28-2006 09:34 PM

malik hairston is NOT the #2 SG in the country. I go to the U of Oregon, and i've seen him play every game in the last two years.

Maybe if he laid of the reefer and got in the gym he could be. ESPN.com had him as the #12 top NBA draft prospect at the beginning of last year. By the end he was at 38.

just goes to show what happens when someone flat out doesnt care

shawnkempslovechild 07-28-2006 11:27 PM

CJ Giles is NOT top 10 anything. Maybe top 10 inconsistent.

BeckDiggLer 07-29-2006 09:53 AM

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Originally Posted by BankShot
malik hairston is NOT the #2 SG in the country. I go to the U of Oregon, and i've seen him play every game in the last two years.

Maybe if he laid of the reefer and got in the gym he could be. ESPN.com had him as the #12 top NBA draft prospect at the beginning of last year. By the end he was at 38.

just goes to show what happens when someone flat out doesnt care



Sometimes too much information is a bad thing, i'm basing his ranking on what I have seen, last years Georgetown game and how his skillz match up with other players playing college ball. I like his game more so than Rush or Young and besides those two nobody else is even in that tier of player at the 2 guard spot.


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CJ Giles is NOT top 10 anything. Maybe top 10 inconsistent.

Giles can play dude, he is skilled, I think this will be his break-out year.

shawnkempslovechild 07-29-2006 11:51 AM

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Originally Posted by BeckDiggLer
Giles can play dude, he is skilled, I think this will be his break-out year.



Same thing Ku fans said last year. He has great physical abillities. But he has no b-ball IQ, no hands, and is soft= not top 10 power foward.

ThaKing 07-29-2006 12:12 PM

^ I couldn't agree more. He really needs to step it up this year or he will get forgotten about. Darrell Arthur is gonna take away ALOT of his PT this year.

WilliamPhiladelphiaSmith 07-30-2006 04:10 PM

asdf
 
Can I get an AJ Price, healthy Curtis Sumpter, DJ White, or Jeff Adrien honorable mention.

PLEASE?


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