5th Annual College Basketball Draft

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This list is updated with available players...

ACC
FirstLastSchool
PaulAtkinsonNotre Dame
MatthewClevelandFlorida State
AJGriffinDuke
NateLeszewskiNotre Dame
JericoleHellemsNC State
SamuellWilliamsonLouisville
DaneGoodwinNotre Dame
NoahLockeLouisville
WendellMooreDuke
TrevorKeelsDuke
BennyWilliamsSyracuse
ArmaanFranklinVirginia
StormMurphyVirginia Tech
JordanUsherGeorgia Tech
HunterTysonClemson
BIG TEN
FirstLastSchool
JordanBohannonIowa
TrentFrazierIllinois
JusticeSueingOhio State
XavierJohnsonIndiana
DontaScottMaryland
TysonWalkerMichigan State
GeoBakerRutgers
JoeyHauserMichigan State
KeeganMurrayIowa
BradDavisonWisconsin
FattsRussellMaryland
TreyMcGowensNebraska
PeteNanceNorthwestern
JamisonBattleMinnesota
SethLundyPenn State
BIG EAST
FirstLastSchool
ChuckHarrisButler
RyanKalkbrennerCreighton
JustinLewisMarquette
DarrylMorsellMarquette
TyreseMartinConnecticut
MylesCaleSeton Hall
AaronThompsonButler
AlDurhamProvidence
RatiAndronikashviliCreighton
SEC
FirstLastSchool
KeionBrooksKentucky
AllenFlaniganAuburn
Josiah-JordanJamesTennessee
MyreonJonesFlorida
StanleyUmudeArkansas
JustinPowellTennessee
GarrisonBrooksMississippi State
MyreonJonesFlorida
LiamRobbinsVanderbilt
KeyshawnBryantSouth Carolina
MarcusWilliamsTexas A&M
XavierPinsonLSU
EftonReidLSU
BIG 12
FirstLastSchool
KendallBrownBaylor
DylanDisuTexas
TannerGrovesOklahoma
NijelPackKansas State
EmanuelMillerTCU
CourtneyRameyTexas
KevinMcCullarTexas Tech
SeanMcNeilWest Virginia
MoussaCisseOklahoma State
KalibBooneOklahoma State
PAC 12
FirstLastSchool
De'VionHarmonOregon
JacobYoungOregon
PeytonWatsonUCLA
JulesBernardUCLA
JaidenDelaireStanford
EvanBatteyColorado
MarreonJacksonArizona State
BrandenCarlsonUtah
EfeAbogidiWashington State
JamalBeyWashington
DaejonDavisWashington
JarodLucasOregon State
AAC
FirstLastSchool
DariusPerryUCF
MarcusWeathersSMU
Missouri Valley
FirstLastSchool
LucasWilliamsonLoyola Chicago
BradenNorrisLoyola Chicago
TyrekeKeyIndiana State
AustinPhyfeNorthern Iowa
WCC
FirstLastSchool
RasirBoltonGonzaga
JulianStrawtherGonzaga
TommyKuhseSaint Mary's
EliScottLoyola Marymount
CalebLohnerBYU
CameronSheltonLoyola Marymount
Atlantic 10
FirstLastSchool
JordanHallSt.Joseph's
HyunjungLeeDavidson
VinceWilliamsVCU
GrantGoldenRichmond
MustaphaAmzilDayton
JarenHolmesSaint Bonaventure
TylerBurtonRichmond
D'ShawnSchwartzGeorge Mason
ToumaniCamaraDayton
MarcusTsohonisVCU
Mountain West
FirstLastSchool
IsaiahStevensColorado State
JustinBeanUtah State
AJWalkerAir Force
OrlandoRobinsonFresno State
DesmondCambridgeNevada
JemarlBakerFresno State
REST OF THE CONFERENCES
FirstLastSchool
GregParhamVMI
MikeBothwellFurman
BaylorScheiermanSouth Dakota State
MarkSearsOhio
DarrionTrammellSeattle
KevinSamuelFlorida Gulf Coast
CollinWelpUC Irvine
KJBuffenUAB
JordanBrownLouisiana
JalenRayHofstra
JoshMballaBuffalo
JalenMooreOakland
FardawsAimaqUtah Valley
TevinBrownMurray State
 
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Final update before this draft is complete...

1ST ROUND
1. Drew Timme, Gonzaga
2. Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga
3. Paolo Banchero, Duke
4. Kofi Cockburn, Illinois
5. Johnny Juzang, UCLA
6. Hunter Dickinson, Michigan
7. Remy Martin, Kansas
8. Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana
9. Collin Gillespie, Villanova
10. EJ Liddell, Ohio State
11. Jaden Ivey, Purdue
12. Trevion Williams, Purdue

2ND ROUND
13. Max Abmas, Oral Roberts
14. Jahvon Quinerly, Alabama
15. Marcus Carr, Texas
16. Emoni Bates, Memphis
17. Scotty Pippen Jr, Vanderbilt
18. Caleb Houstan, Michigan
19. Julian Champagnie, St.John's
20. Andre Curbelo, Illinois
21. Kendric Davis, SMU
22. Matthew Mayer, Baylor
23. Buddy Boeheim, Syracuse
24. Ochai Agbaji, Kansas

THIRD ROUND
25. Tyson Etienne, Wichita State
26. Alex Barcello, BYU
27. Kennedy Chandler, Tennessee
28. Adam Flagler, Baylor
29. Keve Aluma, Virginia Tech
30. Terrence Shannon, Texas Tech
31. Patrick Baldwin, Milwaukee
32. Jaime Jaquez, UCLA
33. Armando Bacot, North Carolina
34. James Akinjo, Baylor
35. Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga
36. Tyger Campbell, UCLA

FOURTH ROUND
37. Dawson Garcia, North Carolina
38. David McCormack, Kansas
39. Will Richardson, Oregon
40. Marcus Sasser, Houston
41. Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona
42. Jalen Duren, Memphis
43. Javonte Perkins, Saint Louis
44. TyTy Washington, Kentucky
45. Jaden Shackelford, Alabama
46. Caleb Mills, Florida State
47. Isaiah Mobley, USC
48. Kellan Grady, Kentucky

FIFTH ROUND
49. Grant Sherfield, Nevada
50. Paul Scruggs, Xavier
51. Justin Moore, Villanova
52. Matt Bradley, San Diego State
53. Timmy Allen, Texas
54. Oscar Tshiebwe, Kentucky
55. Sahvir Wheeler, Kentucky
56. Jabari Smith, Auburn
57. Kyle Lofton, Saint Bonaventure
58. Jayden Gardner, Virginia
59. Colin Castleton, Florida
60. Posh Alexander, St.John's

SIXTH ROUND
61. Caleb Love, North Carolina
62. Kenneth Lofton, Louisiana Tech
63. Ron Harper Jr, Rutgers
64. Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona
65. David Roddy, Colorado State
66. Davonte Davis, Arkansas
67. Kadary Richmond, Seton Hall
68. Max Christie, Michigan State
69. Nate Watson, Providence
70. Eric Ayala, Maryland
71. Tre Mitchell, Texas
72. Antoine Davis, Detroit

SEVENTH ROUND
73. Avery Anderson, Oklahoma State
74. Mark Williams, Duke
75. Adama Sanogo, UConn
76. Isaiah Wong, Miami
77. Andrew Jones, Texas
78. Jabari Walker, Colorado
79. Zach Freemantle, Xavier
80. Jared Rhoden, Seton Hall
81. JD Davison, Alabama
82. Harrison Ingram, Stanford
83. Jermaine Samuels, Villanova
84. Marcus Bagley, Arizona State

EIGHTH ROUND
85. Iverson Molinar, Mississippi State
86. Prentiss Hubb, Notre Dame
87. Bryce Hamilton, UNLV
88. RJ Cole, UConn
89. Quincy Guerrier, Oregon
90. Jeenathan Williams, Buffalo
91. Michael Devoe, Georgia Tech
92. Chris Lykes, Arkansas
93. Kevin Obanor, Texas Tech
94. Jacob Gilyard, Richmond
95. Noah Williams, Washington State
96. John Fulkerson, Tennessee

NINTH ROUND
97. Michael Flowers, Washington State
98. Ryan Davis, Vermont
99. Landers Nolley, Memphis
100. Taz Sherman, West Virginia
101. DeVante' Jones, Michigan
102. Anthony Polite, Florida State
103. Mike Miles, TCU
104. Jalen Wilson, Kansas
105. Keith Williams, Western Kentucky
106. Warith Alitashe, Oregon State
107. Osun Osunniyi, Saint Bonaventure
108. Boogie Ellis, USC

TENTH ROUND
109. Walker Kessler, Auburn
110. Zach Edey, Purdue
111. KD Johnson, Auburn
112. Aminu Mohammed, Georgetown
113. Isiaih Mosley, Missouri State
114. Brandon Johns, Michigan
115. AJ Green, Northern Iowa
116. Gaige Prim, Missouri State
117. Jae'Lyn Withers, Louisville
118. Kyler Edwards, Houston
119. Taevion Kinsey, Marshall
120. Malik Williams Louisville

ELEVENTH ROUND
121. Nick Muszynski, Belmont
122. Kihei Clark, Virginia
123. Qudus Wahab, Maryland
124. Jamaree Bouyea, San Francisco
125. Bryce McGowens, Nebraska
126. Roman Penn, Drake
127. Eli Brooks, Michigan
128. Grayson Murphy, Belmont
129. Darius Days, LSU
130. Abu Kigab, Boise State
131. DeAndre Williams, Memphis
132. Johnni Broome, Morehead State

TWELFTH ROUND
133. Jeremiah Davenport, Cincinnati
134. Myles Johnson, UCLA
135. Hunter Sallis, Gonzaga
136. Justice Williams, LSU
137. Manny Bates, NC State
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Eli Scott, Loyola Marymount.

@Jaycg15 go

The Draymond Green of the WCC.

Longtime friends and teammates with the Ball brothers. Remember watching some Chino Hills games and I thought he was clearly D1 talent. Surprised he couldn't even muster a scholarship from Cal or maybe San Diego State or Fresno State.

Hyungjung Lee @MGC_07

Yup. That's the guy. He very well might be the best shooter in the country. I want to say he and Trey Murphy were the only two players in the country last year in the 50-90-40 club. Could be a big-time steal. He's definitely capable of being A-10 POY.

I haven't watched him a whole lot. I know he does well in spot-up situations and off screens. Just wonder if he can consistently create his own shot. If not, that might limit his ceiling a bit. Excellent valued pick, though. Since hail was taking a while I had some time to think, and I honestly considered foregoing the Manny Bates selection and switching to Lee.
 

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The Draymond Green of the WCC.

Longtime friends and teammates with the Ball brothers. Remember watching some Chino Hills games and I thought he was clearly D1 talent. Surprised he couldn't even muster a scholarship from Cal or maybe San Diego State or Fresno State.



Yup. That's the guy. He very well might be the best shooter in the country. I want to say he and Trey Murphy were the only two players in the country last year in the 50-90-40 club. Could be a big-time steal. He's definitely capable of being A-10 POY.

I haven't watched him a whole lot. I know he does well in spot-up situations and off screens. Just wonder if he can consistently create his own shot. If not, that might limit his ceiling a bit. Excellent valued pick, though. Since hail was taking a while I had some time to think, and I honestly considered foregoing the Manny Bates selection and switching to Lee.
Yeah, I’d stumbled across an article about him, and that’s what put me onto the pick. I’ve only seen some highlights, but he looks legit.
 

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The Draymond Green of the WCC.

Longtime friends and teammates with the Ball brothers. Remember watching some Chino Hills games and I thought he was clearly D1 talent. Surprised he couldn't even muster a scholarship from Cal or maybe San Diego State or Fresno State.



Yup. That's the guy. He very well might be the best shooter in the country. I want to say he and Trey Murphy were the only two players in the country last year in the 50-90-40 club. Could be a big-time steal. He's definitely capable of being A-10 POY.

I haven't watched him a whole lot. I know he does well in spot-up situations and off screens. Just wonder if he can consistently create his own shot. If not, that might limit his ceiling a bit. Excellent valued pick, though. Since hail was taking a while I had some time to think, and I honestly considered foregoing the Manny Bates selection and switching to Lee.
I considered him. I just don’t think Davidson will be good enough for Lee to win CPOY when there will be other deserving players on much better teams. Hell, if the Bonnie’s win the league by 3 games like I’d suspect, it almost has to go to Lofton or Osun. The only team with a chance to be close is Richmond and that means Gilyard is the only other viable candidate imo.
 

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He’s got some competition for CPOY, but he’s more of a lock for first team all conference than any major conference player left is for third team all conference. Should also be a solid win share guy.

Grant Basile, Wright State.

@JimboBBN close us out
 
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I considered him. I just don’t think Davidson will be good enough for Lee to win CPOY when there will be other deserving players on much better teams. Hell, if the Bonnie’s win the league by 3 games like I’d suspect, it almost has to go to Lofton or Osun. The only team with a chance to be close is Richmond and that means Gilyard is the only other viable candidate imo.

Yeah, that was kind of my thinking, too. Davidson finished 3rd last season and they lost Kellan Grady. Could easily see them slipping to 5th or 6th. If Davidson can be a top 3 team, then he might have a shot. Great prospect, though. I think he'll find himself on an NBA roster in a year or two.

Keegan Murray, Iowa

@WojoRising is on the clock.

I like him a lot. One of the best per minute players in this draft. Actually considered taking him in Round 8. But, then I thought nobody else is going to take him this early. Thought I could snag him in a later round. And then I got a little hesitant because 1. He's playing in a loaded Big Ten and 2. Iowa's roster looks a little shaky. They might be a bubble team. But, I see them more as an NIT team.

I could see Murray being Big Ten DPOY, or perhaps 2nd Team All-Conference.
 
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What the heck, I’ll do Malik Osborne. 16 and 13 in the first exhibition and he played with a relentless motor, looking like a guy who knows it’s his time to lead the team.
 
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Damn. I almost really did snipe you, hence my sudden interest in Brooks’ stat line projections
I had virtually no time to check the board over the weekend. Halloween parties and birthday parties = tons of drinking. Brooks was an easy pick to make at this point, I had no interest in doing research for the last one.
 
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It’s over. @dukedevilz RELEASE THE RANKINGS

Hah. Fair enough. Just posted the top 150 thread. I made several adjustments in the past week. So, it may not look exactly the way I referenced some of the rankings earlier. But, here they are...

150 MOST IMPACTFUL PLAYERS
1. Drew Timme, Gonzaga
2. Kofi Cockburn, Illinois
3. Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga
4. Paolo Banchero, Duke
5. Hunter Dickinson, Michigan
6. Johnny Juzang, UCLA
7. Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana
8. EJ Liddell, Ohio State
9. Collin Gillespie, Villanova
10. Jaden Ivey, Purdue
11. Max Abmas, Oral Roberts
12. Julian Champagnie, St.John's
13. Scotty Pippen, Vanderbilt
14. Remy Martin, Kansas
15. Kennedy Chandler, Tennessee
16. Trevion Williams, Purdue
17. Kendric Davis, SMU
18. Javhon Quinerly, Alabama
19. Marcus Carr, Texas
20. Emoni Bates, Memphis
21. Jaime Jaquez, UCLA
22. Andre Curbelo, Illinois
23. Buddy Boeheim, Syracuse
24. Terrence Shannon, Texas Tech
25. TyTy Washington, Kentucky
26. Alex Barcello, BYU
27. David McCormack, Kansas
28. Paul Scruggs, Xavier
29. Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona
30. Keve Aluma, Virginia Tech
31. Will Richardson, Oregon
32. Matthew Mayer, Baylor
33. Oscar Tshiebwe, Kentucky
34. Eric Ayala, Maryland
35. Grant Sherfield, Nevada
36. Tyson Etienne, Wichita State
37. Colin Castleton, Florida
38. Armando Bacot, North Carolina
39. Jalen Duren, Memphis
40. James Akinjo, Baylor
41. Caleb Houstan, Michigan
42. Tre Mitchell, Texas
43. Patrick Baldwin, Milwaukee
44. Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga
45. Jabari Smith, Auburn
46. Jermaine Samuels, Villanova
47. Ochai Agbaji, Kansas
48. Isaiah Wong, Miami
49. Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona
50. Iverson Molinar, Mississippi State
51. Kellan Grady, Kentucky
52. Nate Watson, Providence
53. David Roddy, Colorado State
54. Quincy Guerrier, Oregon
55. Marcus Sasser, Houston
56. Jared Rhoden, Seton Hall
57. Ron Harper, Rutgers
58. Michael Devoe, Georgia Tech
59. Matt Bradley, San Diego State
60. Dawson Garcia, North Carolina
61. Kenneth Lofton, Louisiana Tech
62. Justin Moore, Villanova
63. Kadary Richmond, Seton Hall
64. Antoine Davis, Detroit
65. Caleb Mills, Florida State
66. Kyle Lofton, Saint Bonaventure
67. Isaiah Mobley, USC
68. Tyger Campbell, UCLA
69. Taz Sherman, West Virginia
70. Taevion Kinsey, Marshall
71. Jayden Gardner, Virginia
72. Osun Osunniyi, Saint Bonaventure
73. Isiaih Mosley, Missouri State
74. Mark Williams, Duke
75. Max Christie, Michigan State
76. Davonte Davis, Arkansas
77. Adam Flagler, Baylor
78. Hyungjung Lee, Davidson
79. Jaden Shackelford, Alabama
80. Anthony Polite, Florida State
81. Walker Kessler, Auburn
82. Avery Anderson, Oklahoma State
83. Zach Freemantle, Xavier
84. Johni Broome, Morehead State
85. Posh Alexander, St.John's
86. Ryan Davis, Vermont
87. Zach Edey, Purdue
88. Darius Days, LSU
89. Jae'lyn Withers, Louisville
90. Marcus Bagley, Arizona State
91. Mike Miles, TCU
92. Kyler Edwards, Houston
93. Isaiah Stevens, Colorado State
94. Prentiss Hubb, Notre Dame
95. Gaige Primm, Missouri State
96. Jabari Walker, Colorado
97. Noah Williams, Washington State
98. Jacob Gilyard, Richmond
99. Justin Powell, Tennessee
100. Keegan Murray, Iowa
101. Jeenathan Williams, Buffalo
102. DeVante' Jones, Michigan
103. RJ Cole, UConn
104. Grayson Murphy, Belmont
105. Xavier Johnson, Indiana
106. Justice Sueing, Ohio State
107. Jalen Wilson, Kansas
108. JD Davison, Alabama
109. Landers Nolley, Memphis
110. Baylor Scheierman, South Dakota State
111. Nijel Pack, Kansas State
112. Warith Alatishe, Oregon State
113. Bryce Hamilton, UNLV
114. Chuck Harris, Butler
115. AJ Green, Northern Iowa
116. Roman Penn, Drake
117. Nate Lasewski, Notre Dame
118. Teddy Allen, New Mexico State
119. Manny Bates, NC State
120. Garrison Brooks, Mississippi State
121. Andrew Jones, Texas
122. Wendell Moore, Duke
123. Tanner Groves, Oklahoma
124. Jordan Bohannon, Iowa
125. Kevin McCullar, Texas Tech
126. Sahvir Wheeler, Kentucky
127. Ryan Kalkbrenner, Creighton
128. Jamaree Bouyea, San Francisco
129. Gabe Brown, Michigan State
130. Peyton Watson, UCLA
131. Grant Basile, Wright State
132. Caleb Love, North Carolina
133. Keith Williams, Western Kentucky
134. Bryce McGowens, Nebraska
135. Reece Beekman, Virginia
136. Marreon Jackson, Arizona State
137. Kalib Boone, Oklahoma State
138. Vince Williams, VCU
140. Efe Abogidi, Washington State
141. Samuell Williamson, Louisville
142. Tyrese Martin, UConn
143. Kendall Brown, Baylor
144. Aminu Mohammed, Georgetown
145. Au'Diese Toney, Arkansas
146. Toumani Camara, Dayton
147. Blake Francis, Richmond
148. Emanuel Miller, TCU
149. Harrison Ingram, Stanford
150. Ryan Nembhard, Creighton
 
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We need a best team worst team predictions. I’ll give my 12.

1. Kofi Cockburn, Illinois
2. Kendric Davis, SMU
3. Adam Flagler, Baylor
4. Jaden Shackelford, Bama
5. Matt Bradley, SDSU
6. Nate Watson, Providence
7. Isaiah Wong, Miami
8. Kevin Obanor, Texas Tech
9. Taz Sherman, WVU
10. Jae’Lyn Wither, Louisville
11. Jamaree Bouyea, San Francisco
12. Stanley Umude, Arkansas
 

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Hah. Fair enough. Just posted the top 150 thread. I made several adjustments in the past week. So, it may not look exactly the way I referenced some of the rankings earlier. But, here they are...

150 MOST IMPACTFUL PLAYERS
1. Drew Timme, Gonzaga
2. Kofi Cockburn, Illinois
3. Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga
4. Paolo Banchero, Duke
5. Hunter Dickinson, Michigan
6. Johnny Juzang, UCLA
7. Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana
8. EJ Liddell, Ohio State
9. Collin Gillespie, Villanova
10. Jaden Ivey, Purdue
11. Max Abmas, Oral Roberts
12. Julian Champagnie, St.John's
13. Scotty Pippen, Vanderbilt
14. Remy Martin, Kansas
15. Kennedy Chandler, Tennessee
16. Trevion Williams, Purdue
17. Kendric Davis, SMU
18. Javhon Quinerly, Alabama
19. Marcus Carr, Texas
20. Emoni Bates, Memphis
21. Jaime Jaquez, UCLA
22. Andre Curbelo, Illinois
23. Buddy Boeheim, Syracuse
24. Terrence Shannon, Texas Tech
25. TyTy Washington, Kentucky
26. Alex Barcello, BYU
27. David McCormack, Kansas
28. Paul Scruggs, Xavier
29. Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona
30. Keve Aluma, Virginia Tech
31. Will Richardson, Oregon
32. Matthew Mayer, Baylor
33. Oscar Tshiebwe, Kentucky
34. Eric Ayala, Maryland
35. Grant Sherfield, Nevada
36. Tyson Etienne, Wichita State
37. Colin Castleton, Florida
38. Armando Bacot, North Carolina
39. Jalen Duren, Memphis
40. James Akinjo, Baylor
41. Caleb Houstan, Michigan
42. Tre Mitchell, Texas
43. Patrick Baldwin, Milwaukee
44. Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga
45. Jabari Smith, Auburn
46. Jermaine Samuels, Villanova
47. Ochai Agbaji, Kansas
48. Isaiah Wong, Miami
49. Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona
50. Iverson Molinar, Mississippi State
51. Kellan Grady, Kentucky
52. Nate Watson, Providence
53. David Roddy, Colorado State
54. Quincy Guerrier, Oregon
55. Marcus Sasser, Houston
56. Jared Rhoden, Seton Hall
57. Ron Harper, Rutgers
58. Michael Devoe, Georgia Tech
59. Matt Bradley, San Diego State
60. Dawson Garcia, North Carolina
61. Kenneth Lofton, Louisiana Tech
62. Justin Moore, Villanova
63. Kadary Richmond, Seton Hall
64. Antoine Davis, Detroit
65. Caleb Mills, Florida State
66. Kyle Lofton, Saint Bonaventure
67. Isaiah Mobley, USC
68. Tyger Campbell, UCLA
69. Taz Sherman, West Virginia
70. Taevion Kinsey, Marshall
71. Jayden Gardner, Virginia
72. Osun Osunniyi, Saint Bonaventure
73. Isiaih Mosley, Missouri State
74. Mark Williams, Duke
75. Max Christie, Michigan State
76. Davonte Davis, Arkansas
77. Adam Flagler, Baylor
78. Hyungjung Lee, Davidson
79. Jaden Shackelford, Alabama
80. Anthony Polite, Florida State
81. Walker Kessler, Auburn
82. Avery Anderson, Oklahoma State
83. Zach Freemantle, Xavier
84. Johni Broome, Morehead State
85. Posh Alexander, St.John's
86. Ryan Davis, Vermont
87. Zach Edey, Purdue
88. Darius Days, LSU
89. Jae'lyn Withers, Louisville
90. Marcus Bagley, Arizona State
91. Mike Miles, TCU
92. Kyler Edwards, Houston
93. Isaiah Stevens, Colorado State
94. Prentiss Hubb, Notre Dame
95. Gaige Primm, Missouri State
96. Jabari Walker, Colorado
97. Noah Williams, Washington State
98. Jacob Gilyard, Richmond
99. Justin Powell, Tennessee
100. Keegan Murray, Iowa
101. Jeenathan Williams, Buffalo
102. DeVante' Jones, Michigan
103. RJ Cole, UConn
104. Grayson Murphy, Belmont
105. Xavier Johnson, Indiana
106. Justice Sueing, Ohio State
107. Jalen Wilson, Kansas
108. JD Davison, Alabama
109. Landers Nolley, Memphis
110. Baylor Scheierman, South Dakota State
111. Nijel Pack, Kansas State
112. Warith Alatishe, Oregon State
113. Bryce Hamilton, UNLV
114. Chuck Harris, Butler
115. AJ Green, Northern Iowa
116. Roman Penn, Drake
117. Nate Lasewski, Notre Dame
118. Teddy Allen, New Mexico State
119. Manny Bates, NC State
120. Garrison Brooks, Mississippi State
121. Andrew Jones, Texas
122. Wendell Moore, Duke
123. Tanner Groves, Oklahoma
124. Jordan Bohannon, Iowa
125. Kevin McCullar, Texas Tech
126. Sahvir Wheeler, Kentucky
127. Ryan Kalkbrenner, Creighton
128. Jamaree Bouyea, San Francisco
129. Gabe Brown, Michigan State
130. Peyton Watson, UCLA
131. Grant Basile, Wright State
132. Caleb Love, North Carolina
133. Keith Williams, Western Kentucky
134. Bryce McGowens, Nebraska
135. Reece Beekman, Virginia
136. Marreon Jackson, Arizona State
137. Kalib Boone, Oklahoma State
138. Vince Williams, VCU
140. Efe Abogidi, Washington State
141. Samuell Williamson, Louisville
142. Tyrese Martin, UConn
143. Kendall Brown, Baylor
144. Manny Bates, NC State
145. Au'Diese Toney, Arkansas
146. Toumani Camara, Dayton
147. Blake Francis, Richmond
148. Emanuel Miller, TCU
149. Harrison Ingram, Stanford
150. Ryan Nembhard, Creighton

Manny Bates, so good he made it twice.

I could be in for a rough season based on this list.
 

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Here is my team:

11. Jaden Ivey, Purdue = First team All Big Ten lock :), 3rd team AA
14. Jahvon Quinerly, Alabama = SEC POY, 3rd team AA
35. Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga = First team All WCC, HM AA
38. David McCormack, Kansas = First team All B12, HM AA
59. Colin Castleton, Florida = First team All SEC (ok, maybe 2nd team)
62. Kenneth Lofton, Louisiana Tech = CUSA POY, HM AA
83. Jermaine Samuels, Villanova = First team All Big East
86. Prentiss Hubb, Notre Dame = 2nd team All ACC
107. Osun Osunniyi, Saint Bonaventure = First tam All A10 (maybe CPOY)
110. Zach Edey, Purdue = Wildcard, could be 1st team All Big Ten or could not make a Big Ten team
131. DeAndre Williams, Memphis = 2nd team All AAC
134. Myles Johnson, UCLA = Even bigger wild card. Could be PAC12 DPOY or could be off my roster
 

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Here are my top 12 undrafted players. Isaiah Stevens and Teddy Allen are two noticeable omissions. Feel pretty confident that either of those guys would have been monster steals.

93. Isaiah Stevens, Colorado State
99. Justin Powell, Tennessee
105. Xavier Johnson, Indiana
106. Justice Sueing, Ohio State
110. Baylor Scheierman, South Dakota State
111. Nijel Pack, Kansas State
114. Chuck Harris, Butler
117. Nate Lasewski, Notre Dame
118. Teddy Allen, New Mexico State
120. Garrison Brooks, Mississippi State
122. Wendell Moore, Duke
123. Tanner Groves, Oklahoma

Don't think those 12 guys would necessarily be the best team, as there are too many players from P6 conferences. Most of the players that will make 1st/2nd Team All-Conference were drafted. If I drafted a JV team, it might look like this:

Isaiah Stevens, Colorado State
Justin Powell, Tennessee
Justice Sueing, Ohio State
Teddy Allen, New Mexico State
Wendell Moore, Duke
Vince Williams, VCU
Julian Strawther, Gonzaga
Peyton Watson, UCLA
Mark Sears, Ohio
Jalen Ray, Hofstra
Jordan Hall, Saint Joseph's
John-Michael Wright, High Point
 
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Great stuff as always, thanks DD. Do you have last years lists still? I’m curious what the biggest drops YoY are. Has to be Kihei Clark, right? Or maybe you weren’t as high as others on him last year
 

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Great stuff as always, thanks DD. Do you have last years lists still? I’m curious what the biggest drops YoY are. Has to be Kihei Clark, right? Or maybe you weren’t as high as others on him last year

Are you talking about comparing my preseason rankings with my rankings from last year? Or are you talking about last year's draft?

Kihei Clark easily could be a top 100 guy. Just think his offensive capabilities are limited. Could see UVA deferring to Beekman a bit, and possibly Franklin, too.

So yes, Clark has fallen significantly. I know I had Garrison Brooks and John Fulkerson in my top 50 last year. To be fair, Brooks was the only returning ACC player from the 1st and 2nd teams. And Fulkerson was 1st Team All-SEC. They both had their struggles last season. I also overvalued the impact of Justice Sueing. Really liked his play at Cal. Could still be an All Big-Ten player, but he clearly didn't warrant a top 50 preseason ranking last year.

AJ Green fell dramatically, but that's simply because he had a serious hip injury. He could easily be an HM All-American/top 50 type player. Oscar Tshiebwe and Ochai Agbaji had modest drops, nothing too crazy. I also dropped Arizona State's Marreon Jackson significantly, mostly because he's transferring up and that often has a negative impact on a player's performance. There are others, of course.

dukedevilz 2020 Preseason Rankings (Athlon Ranking is in parenthesis)
1. Luka Garza, Iowa (1)
2. Marcus Zegarowski, Creighton (3)
3. Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State (2)
4. Sam Hauser, Virginia (22)
5. Jared Butler, Baylor (4)
6. Collin Gillespie, Villanova (7)
7. Ayo Dosunmu, Illinois (5)
8. Remy Martin, Arizona State (27)
9. Marcus Garrett, Kansas (6)
10. Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana (11)
11. Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Villanova (17)
12. BJ Boston, Kentucky (12)
13. Jalen Johnson, Duke (18)
14. Oscar Tshiebwe, West Virginia (16)
15. Keyontae Johnson, Florida (13)
16. Evan Mobley, USC (8)
17. Kofi Cockburn, Illinois (15)
18. Drew Timme, Gonzaga (19)
19. Jalen Crutcher, Dayton (14)
20. Garrison Brooks, UNC (10)
21. Scottie Barnes, Florida State (20)
22. James Bouknight, UConn (9)
23. Aaron Henry, Michigan State (29)
24. MaCio Teague, Baylor (32)
25. McKinley Wright, Colorado (36)
26. DJ Carton, Marquette (44)
27. Oscar Da Silva, Stanford (25)
28. AJ Green, Northern Iowa (90)
29. Marcus Carr, Minnesota (30)
30. Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga (35)
31. Terry Taylor, Austin Peay (63)
32. Matthew Hurt, Duke (39)
33. Ochai Agbaji, Kansas (49)
34. John Fulkerson, Tennessee (91)

35. Chris Smith, UCLA (34)
36. Loren Jackson, Akron
37. John Petty, Alabama (93)
38. Mitch Ballock, Creighton (42)
39. Sandro Mamukelashvili, Seton Hall (38)
40. Michael Devoe, Georgia Tech
41. Fatts Russell, Rhode Island (76)
42. Trevion Williams, Purdue (24)
43. Quentin Grimes, Houston
44. Justice Sueing, Ohio State
45. Corey Kispert, Gonzaga (21)
46. Joe Wieskamp, Iowa (81)
47. Matt Coleman, Texas
48. Ja'vonte Smart, LSU (41)
49. Franz Wagner, Michigan (68)
50. Cameron Krutwig, Loyola Chicago (66)
51. Derek Culver, West Virginia (48)
52. Jacob Gilyard, Richmond
53. Yves Pons, Tennessee (40)
54. Will Richardson, Oregon (59)
55. David Duke, Providence (52)
56. Trendon Watford, LSU (50)
57. Colbey Ross, Pepperdine (60)
58. Marreon Jackson, Toledo
59. Kihei Clark, Virginia (45)

60. Myreon Jones, Penn State
61. David Johnson, Louisville (46)
62. Nate Reuvers, Wisconsin (55)
63. Brady Manek, Oklahoma
64. Ziaire Williams, Stanford (33)
65. DJ Funderburk, NC State
66. Kendric Davis, SMU (58)
67. Scottie Lewis, Florida (84)
68. Jayden Gardner, East Carolina
69. Jordan Goodwin, Saint Louis
70. Javion Hamlet, North Texas
71. Isaiah Livers, Michigan (53)
72. Tre Mitchell, Massachusetts (65)
73. Paul Scruggs, Xavier (72)
74. Isaiah Stevens, Colorado State
75. Terrence Clarke, Kentucky (26)
76. Douglas Wilson, South Dakota State
77. Charles Bassey, Western Kentucky (54)
78. Jay Huff, Virginia (23)
79. Carlik Jones, Louisville
80. Derrick Alston, Boise State
81. Joel Ayayi, Gonzaga (28)
82. Jhivvan Jackson, UTSA
83. Jose Alvarado, Georgia Tech (47)
84. Ron Harper, Rutgers (88)
85. Matt Mitchell, San Diego State (85)
86. Quade Green, Washington
86. Micah Potter, Wisconsin (80)
87. Neemias Queta, Utah State (97)
88. Aamir Sims, Clemson (64)
89. Justin Moore, Villanova
90. Wendell Moore, Duke (61)
91. Keith Williams, Cincinnati
92. Timmy Allen, Utah (100)
93. Terrence Shannon, Texas Tech (69)
94. Josh Christopher, Arizona State (51)
95. Jaden Shackelford, Alabama (92)
96. Isaiah Miller, UNC Greensboro (94)
97. Joey Hauser, Michigan State (57)
98. Olivier Sarr, Kentucky (70)
99. Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona
100. Moussa Cisse, Memphis (71)
101. Caleb Mills, Houston (79)
102. Seth Towns, Ohio State
103. Greg Brown, Texas (43)
104. AJ Lawson, South Carolina
105. Alex Barcello, BYU
106. David McCormack, Kansas
107. Nick Muszynski, Belmont
108. Matt Bradley, California
109. Chris Duarte, Oregon
110. Devontae Shuler, Ole Miss (99)
111. Davion Mitchell, Baylor (89)
112. Blake Francis, Richmond
113. Geo Baker, Rutgers (83)
114. Paul Atkinson, Yale
115. Jaden Springer, Tennessee (37)
116. Nimari Burnett, Texas Tech (74)
117. Landers Nolley, Memphis
118. Jalen Pickett, Siena (101)
119. Jamaree Bouyea, San Francisco
120. Caleb Love, UNC (31)
121. Kellan Grady, Davidson (56)
122. Rasir Bolton, Iowa State
123. Denzel Mahoney, Creighton
124. Cartier Diarra, Virginia Tech
125. Sharife Cooper, Auburn (62)
126. Bryce Hamilton, UNLV (95)
127. Jabari Rice, New Mexico State
128. Armando Bacot, UNC (98)
129. Matt Haarms, BYU
130. D'Mitrik Trice, Wisconsin (75)
131. Jermaine Samuels, Villanova
132. Jason Preston, Ohio
133. Chris Lykes, Miami (73)
134. Kai Jones, Texas
135. Rocket Watts, Michigan State
136. Justin Champagnie, Pitt
137. Dru Smith, Missouri
138. Tyger Campbell, UCLA
139. Mason Faulkner, Western Carolina
140. Bryce Aiken, Seton Hall
141. Prentiss Hubb, Notre Dame
142. Duane Washington, Ohio State
143. Isaac Likekele, Oklahoma State
144. MJ Walker, Florida State
145. Justin Turner, Bowling Green
146. Charlie Moore, DePaul
147. Tyon Grant-Foster, Kansas (77)
148. RJ Cole, UConn
149. Buddy Boeheim, Syracuse
150. Aljami Durham, Indiana
 

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My 9th Round Pick just got a DUI. Fantastic. I assume he'll be transferring to Gonzaga soon?
 
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