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Monter's Top 10 for all positions

Discussion in 'NBA Draft' started by Say_Jack, Apr 6, 2001.

  1. Say_Jack

    Say_Jack Member

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    1. Yao Ming 7-5 270 ---- Shanghai East Sharks (China)

    2. Eddie Curry* 6-10 290 FR South Holland (IL) Thornwood

    3. Brendan Haywood 7-0 264 SR North Carolina

    4. Chris Marcus 7-1 285 JR Western Kentucky

    5. Jason Collins 6-11 255 SO Stanford

    6. Loren Woods 7-1 244 SR Arizona

    7. Ken Johnson 6-11 235 SR Ohio State

    8. Kimani Ffriend 6-11 225 SR Nebraska

    9. Stephen Hunter* 7-0 215 SO DePaul

    10. Alvin Jones 6-11 265 SR Georgia Tech

    11. Ruben Boumtje Boumtje 6-11 257 SR Georgetown

    12. Eric Chenowith 7-1 270 SR Kansas

    Seniors to Watch: Karim Shabazz of Providence, Souleymane Wane of Connecticut, Greg LaPointe of Vanderbilt, Darrell Johns of Chicago State, Darren Fenn of Canisius, Robb Dryden of Georgia

    Underclassmen: Dan Gadzuric of UCLA, Samuel Dalembert of Seton Hall, Tony Key of Compton (CA) Centennial, Kevin Lyde of Temple

    1. Troy Murphy 6-11 245 JR Notre Dame

    2. Michael Bradley 6-10 245 JR Villanova

    3. Rodney White* 6-8 230 FR Charlotte

    4. Jarron Collins 6-10 248 SR Stanford

    5. Kaspars Kambala 6-9 250 SR UNLV

    6. Brandon Wolfram 6-9 230 SR UTEP

    7. Casey Cavalry 6-8 235 SR Gonzaga

    8. Brian Scalabrine 6-9 250 SR USC

    9. Marcus Griffin 6-9 235 SR Illinois

    10. Andre Hutson 6-8 240 SR Michigan State

    Seniors to Watch: Calvin Bowman of West Virginia, Isiah Victor of Tennessee, George Evans of George Mason, Mekeli Wesley of BYU, Colin Ducharme of Longwood, Gyasi Cline-Heard of Penn State, Brian Heinle of Cal State-Northridge, Rahim Lockhart of Mississippi, Jody Lumpkin of Charleston, Paul Shirley of Iowa State, Nakiea Miller of Iona, Anthony Evans of Georgia, Jamahl Mosley of Colorado, Peter Van Paassen of St. Bonaventure, Damon Thornton of N. Carolina State

    Underclassmen: Zach Randolph of Michigan State, Carlos Boozer of Duke, Lonnie Baxter of Maryland, Reggie Evans of Iowa, Michael Wright of Arizona, David West of Xavier, Melvin Ely of Fresno State (expected to gain extra year of eligibility)

    1. Eddie Griffin 6-9 212 FR Seton Hall

    2. Tyson Chandler* 7-1 225 FR Compton (CA) Dominguez HS

    3. Shane Battier 6-8 220 SR Duke

    4. Terence Morris 6-9 215 SR Maryland

    5. Joe Johnson 6-8 225 SO Arkansas

    6. Jason Kapono 6-8 206 SO UCLA

    7. Richard Jefferson 6-7 222 JR Arizona

    8. Sean Lampley 6-7 225 SR California

    9. Damone Brown 6-9 193 SR Syracuse

    10. Brent Wright 6-9 235 SR Florida

    Seniors to Watch: Nate James of Duke, Lee Scruggs of Georgetown, Tarvis Williams of Hampton, Martin Rancik of Iowa State, Victor Thomas of LaSalle, Terry Black of Baylor, Greg Stempin of Toledo, Greg Stevenson of Richmond, Kenny Inge of North Carolina State, Marc Salyers of Samford, Ryan Mendez of Stanford

    Underclassmen: Drew Gooden of Kansas, Tayshaun Prince of Kentucky, Kareem Rush of Missouri. Kedrick Brown of Okalossa-Walton, Jared Jeffries of Indiana, Bobby Simmons of DePaul, Mike Dunleavy of Duke, Kelly Wise of Memphis, Rod Grizzard of Alabama, Gerald Wallace of Alabama, Caron Butler of Connecticut, Darius Rice of Miami (FL)

    1. Jason Richardson 6-6 220 SO Michigan State

    2. Joseph Forte 6-4 192 SO North Carolina

    3. Gilbert Arenas 6-3 188 SO Arizona

    4. Trenton Hassell 6-5 200 SR Austin Peay

    5. Kenny Gregory 6-5 208 SR Kansas

    6. Charlie Bell 6-3 200 SR Michigan State

    7. Jeff Trepagnier 6-4 195 SR USC

    8. Shernard Long 6-4 200 SR Georgia State

    9. Marques Maybin 6-3 185 SR Louisville

    10. Monty Mack 6-3 200 SR Massachusetts

    Seniors to Watch:

    Ronnie McCollum of Centenary, Albert Mouring of Connecticut, Michael Hicks of Texas A&M-CC, Tony Stanley of Dayton, Gerrod Henderson of Louisiana Tech, Cookie Belcher of Nebraska, Ricardo Greer of Pittsburgh, Fred House of Southern Utah, Norman Richardson of Hofstra, Nolan Johnson of Oklahoma, Keith Friel of Virginia, Quincy Wadley of Temple, Shaun Fein of Georgia Tech, Brian Wardle of Marquette, Terrell Lyday of BYU, Sergio McClain of Illinois

    Underclassmen: Casey Jacobsen of Stanford, Luke Recker of Iowa, Juan Dixon of Maryland, Keith Bogans of Kentucky, Tamar Slay of Marshall, Darius Lane of Seton Hall, Preston Shumpert of Syracuse

    1. Jason Williams 6-2 196 SO Duke

    2. Frank Williams 6-3 205 SO Illinois

    3. Jamaal Tinsley 6-3 195 SR Iowa State

    4. Kenny Satterfield 6-2 185 SO Cincinnati

    5. Tito Maddox 6-4 190 SO Fresno State

    6. Omar Cook 6-1 190 FR St. John’s

    7. Jeryl Sasser 6-6 200 SR SMU

    8. Earl Watson 6-1 195 SR UCLA

    9. Tony Harris 6-0 165 SR Tennessee

    10. Joe Crispin 6-1 177 SR Penn State

    Seniors to Watch: Rashad Phillips of Detroit, Donald Hand of Virginia, Robert O’Kelley of Wake Forest, Dean Oliver of Iowa, Horace Jenkins of William Patterson, Darren Kelly of Texas, Ryan Sears of Creighton, Kantril Horton of Iowa State, Michael McDonald of Stanford, Kyle Hill of Eastern Illinois, Martin Ingelsby of Notre Dame, Michael Menser of Indiana State, Jeff Monaco of Southern Utah, Deaundra Tanner of Oregon State, Maurice McAfee of Xavier, Trevor Diggs of UNLV

    Underclassmen: Brett Nelson of Florida, Marcus Taylor, of Michigan State, Andre Barrett of Seton Hall, Troy Bell of Boston College, Jason Gardner of Arizona, Chris Duhon of Duke

    The above look at the top players at each position focuses on the top seniors and underclassmen. Rather than focusing on every underclassmen who might come out, I would rather mention the top seniors. Several of the top underclassmen could move into the top ten list, if they elected to enter the draft. The players marked with an asterisk (*) have already declared their intentions to enter the draft

  2. Francis3

    Francis3 Member

    Mar 29, 1999
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    Tyson Chandler will not be a Small Forward.

    "Break off the block like Maurice Green" --- Steve Francis

    President of the Moochie Norris fan club.
  3. Prempeh

    Prempeh Member

    May 20, 2000
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    Don't think so Francis3? Granted, you see a 7 footer and you immediately think he'll play inside...but I guarantee you a lot of GMs see a big part of his upside being the fact that he could maybe play some 3...he has a decent shot and can move well, so why not?

    P.S. This is what part of the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated.
  4. aelliott

    aelliott Contributing Member

    Jun 11, 1999
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    Almost every scouting projection for Chandler has him starting out playing small forward. He's not really an inside player and isn't strong enough to play inside in the NBA. He could end up like Garnett, start out at the 3 then once he increases his strength, move to the 4.

  5. NIKEstrad

    NIKEstrad Contributing Member
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    Mar 21, 2000
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    If the league goes to zone, Chandler will be a SF-He's too good of a shot blocker to keep him sitting on the perimeter. IMO, same goes for Griffin.

    How Gadzuric is below #12 on that list is beyond me. Top 8 for sure.

    "That's been a lifelong dream of mine." -Vince Carter, after laying it in on a breakaway, much to the Vancouver crowd's displeasure.

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