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What's up guys. I'm not sure if the mods say my previous request to close the other thread but that one will be closed soon. Anyway, from here on out this is where you will be able to get all the info regarding all of the draft classes that I will putting out this year. Once again, they are Sim World compatible, but can be downloaded and adjusted to your liking if you chose not to use that roster. Click here to follow the progress of the Sim World project.

This year I want you guys to add a little to it. Below, you will find the attachment/link to the draft class scouting reports. Now, these reports are very extensive and over 100 pages long giving detailed information on each individual player in the draft. There are also interviews for several different payers that are included in the draft. You will also find a brief write up and Big Board below. A player with a star beside his name decided to go back to school and will be in a later draft class. For any of those individuals, you guys can select a player and list a question that you may want him to be asked during his future interview. The interviews are very informal so the question does not have to be about basketball at all. Check out the scouting reports to get an idea.

Also, new to this years scouting reports are profiles for the top high school recruits. Read up on these guys so that you can follow them and see rather or not they end up being a prospect or someone you may want to pick up in a future draft class or.... to determine whether or not they make it to the NBA at all. With that being said, definitely take a look at the scouting reports as they are lots of info and "secrets" that may help you determine who is showing signs of being a late round steal and who might be a bust. I hope that you guys enjoy and don't forget to comment and give your input.

Also, if you really enjoy getting in to the stories of the players within these draft classes you can find additional draft class info at:

http://cwsapp757.wordpress.com/

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Fictional Draft Class One

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LAST SEASON’S AWARDS AND WINNERS




National Championship Game - Kentucky 86 – Syracuse 81



Player of the Year – Brandon Lewis/PF/ Syracuse/ Sophomore



Freshman of the Year – Kareem Packett/PG/Kentucky



Defensive Player of the Year – Kendall Latimer/PF/Georgetown/Junior



First Team All Americans

G - Kareem Packett - Kentucky - Freshman

G - Justin Washington - UConn - Sophomore

F - Adam Miller - Indiana - Junior

F - JaVon Smith - Duke - Junior

F - Brandon Lewis - Syracuse – Sophomore



Second Team All Americans

G - William Jenkins - Coastal Carolina - Junior

G – DJ Carter - Kansas - Sophomore

F - Jermaine McLemore - Miami - Senior

C - Jimmy Alexander - Wake Forest - Senior

C - Jarvis Martin - Memphis - Freshman



Third Team All Americans

G - Dex McMillian - Villanova - Junior

G - Erik Parker - USC - Junior

F - Tristan Holmes - Air Force - Sophomore

F - John Newton - Kansas State - Sophomore

F - Brian Miller - Notre Dame – Senior



NCAA All Freshman Team

G - Kareem Packett - Kentucky

G – Sean Walters – NC State

F - Harold Thompson - Alabama

C – Shawn Patrick - UCLA

C - Jarvis Martin - Memphis

Big Board

1) Justin "JoJo" Washington/ 6-7/ 199 lbs/ SG/ Connecticut/ Sophomore
2) Kareem Packett/ 6-3/ 202 lbs./ PG/ Kentucky/ Freshman
3) Jarvis Martin/ 6-10/ 257 lbs./ C/ Memphis/ Freshman
4) *DJ Carter/ 6-2/ 190 lbs./ PG/ Kansas/ Sophomore
5) Brandon Lewis/ 6-9/ 260 lbs./ PF/ Syracuse/ Sophomore
6) *Shawn Patrick/ 7-0/ 229 lbs./ C/ UCLA/ Freshman
7) Emmanuel Griffin/ 6-10/ 229 lbs./ PF/ North Carolina/ Freshman
8) Jermaine McLemore/ 6-10/ 205 lbs./ SF/ Miami/ Senior
9) *Sean Walters/ 6-5/ 219 lbs./ SG/ North Carolina State/ Freshman
10) JaVon Smith/ 6-7/ 217 lbs./ SF/ Duke/ Junior
11) Dex McMillian/ 6-2/ 199 lbs./ PG/ Villanova/ Junior
12) Juan Valentine/ 6-9/ 225 lbs./ PF/ Arizona/ Sophomore
13) Felipe Navarro/ 6-5/ 209 lbs./ SG/ Spain/ International
14) Montel Jackson/ 6-9/ 241 lbs./ PF/ Florida State/ Senior
15) *Noah Simmons/6-11/ 239 lbs./ C/ Ohio State/ Sophomore
16) *Nihat Kerimoglu/ 6-11/ 249 lbs./ C/ Turkey/ International
17) William Jenkins/ 6-4/ 210 lbs./ PG/ Coastal Carolina/ Junior
18) Gerald McCoy/ 5-11/ 170 lbs./ PG/ Georgia Tech/ Senior
19) Jeremiah Williams/ 6-3/ 215 lbs./ PG/ Washington/ Freshman
20) Adam Miller/ 6-6/ 221 lbs./ SF/ Indiana/ Junior
21) *Brian Miller/6-8/ 245/ PF/ Notre Dame/ Senior
22) Demetrius Copley/ 6-5/ 206 lbs. SG/ Oklahoma/ Freshman
23) Billy Joe Sterling/ 6-3/ 197 lbs./ PG/ Gonzaga/ Senior
24) *John Newton/ 6-8/251 lbs./ PF/ Tennessee/ Sophomore
25) Pierre Gelabale/ 6-10/ 216 lbs./ SF/ France/ International
26) Kendall Latimer/ 6-8/ 237 lbs./ PF/ Georgetown/ Junior
27) *Eric Myers/ 6-2/ 199 lbs./ PG/ West Virginia/ Junior
28) Tristan Holmes/ 6-7/ 235 lbs./ SF/ Air Force/ Sophomore
29) *Vincent Berry/ 6-6/233 lbs./ SF/ Florida/ Freshman
30) *Sergei Khvostov/ 6-10/ 244 lbs./ C/ Russia/ International
31) *Kalil Blackman/ 6-10/ 281 lbs./ C/ Tennessee/ Sophomore
32) Felipe Rodriguez/ 7-0/ 244 lbs./ C/ Spain/ International
33) Juan Santiago/ 6-11/ 237 lbs./ C/ Brazil/ International
34) *Harold Thompson/ 6-5/ 196 lbs./ SG/ Alabama/ Freshman
35) Frank Cameron/ 6-8/ 216 lbs./ SG/ Texas Tech/ Senior
36) Bernard Campbell/ 6-8/ 239 lbs./ SF/ Kentucky/ Sophomore

37) Tobias Mason/ 6-6/ 220 lbs./ SG/ Florida/ Senior
38) *D.J. Reed/ 6-7/ 237 lbs./ PF/ Michigan/ Junior
39) Christopher Franklin/ 6-4/ 198 lbs./ SG/ Long Beach State/ Senior
40) Julian Encarnacion/ 6-2/ 183 lbs./ PG/ Rutgers/ Senior
41) Pavao Bosnjak/ 6-4/ 196 lbs. PG/ Crotia/ International
42) Egor Alenichev/ 6-10/ 222 lbs. PF/ Russia/ International
43) *Tomoo Misaka/ 6-9/ 241 lbs./ PF/ Japan/ International
44) Mike Zimmerman/ 6-10/ 239 lbs. PF/ Lehigh/ Senior
45) Howard Perry/ 6-8/ 239 lbs./ PF/ Missouri/ Freshman
46) *Milan Macvan/ 6-4/ 204 lbs./ PG/ Serbia/ International
47) Devin Hicks/ 6-9/ 229 lbs. SF/ Syracuse/ Junior
48) Mike Grigby/6-8/ 229 lbs./ SF/ Memphis/ Freshman
49) *Anthony Mundy/ 6-2/ 192 lbs./ PG/ Iona/ Junior
50) Alex Smith/ 6-6/ 213 lbs./ SG/ UAB/ Senior
51) *Jeffrey Sessions/ 6-1/ 189 lbs./PG/ Michigan State/ Freshman
52) Austin Miller/ 6-2/ 188 lbs./ PG/ Texas/ Freshman
53) Jimmy Alexander/ 6-10/ 246 lbs./ C/ Wake Forest/ Senior
54) *Quan Wilder/ 6-5/ 206 lbs./ SG/ Oklahoma/ Sophomore
55) *Markee Jones/ 6-11/ 217 lbs./ PF/ Pittsburgh/ Freshman
56) Ronald Carpenter/7-0/ 239 lbs./ C/ Arizona/ Senior
57) Dennis Scott/ 6-9/ 216 lbs./ SF/ Maryland/ Senior
58) Malik Francis/ 6-8/ 220 lbs./ SF/ Marquette/ Freshman
59) *Darius Singletary/ 6-7/ 215 lbs./ SF/ LSU/ Junior
60) DJ Harrison/ 6-5/ 182 lbs./ SG/ Kansas State/ Junior
61) *Terence Lowe/ 6-8/ 247 lbs./ PF/ Arizona/ Sophomore
62) Jason Carter/ 6-8/ 223 lbs. SF/ Iowa State/ Senior
63) Dorell Anthony/ 6-3/ 202 lbs./ PG/ Michigan State/ Senior
64) *Marquise Bell/ 6-4/ 220 lbs./ PG/ Ohio State/ Freshman
65) Mihalo Bosnjakovic/ 6-11/ 249 lbs./ C/ Serbia/ International
66) Todor Dugonics/ 6-8/ 234 lbs. PF/ Hungary/ International
67) *Erik Parker/ 6-6/ 224 lbs./ SG/ USC/ Junior
68) Tyronn Hamilton/ 6-11/ 229 lbs. C/ Seton Hall/ Senior
69) *Raul Paulista/ 6-9/ 211 lbs./ SF/ Brazil/ International
70) Shannon Holmes/ 6-5/ 199 lbs./ SG/ Nevada/ Junior
71) Quan Mercer/ 6-7/ 231 lbs./ SF/ Georgia/ Senior
72) *Max Holden/ 6-7/ 222 lbs./ SF/ Washington State/ Junior
73) *James Sterling/ 6-2/ 184 lbs./ PG/ California/ Freshman
74) Jeff Ingram/ 6-8/ 228 lbs./ SF/ Boston College/ Senior
75) *Andre Curry/ 6-7/ 238 lbs./ SF/ Drexel/ Sophomore
76) *Francis Mason/ 6-8/ 217 lbs./ SF/ Texas A&M/ Sophomore
77) Bobby Smith/ 6-10/ 240 lbs./ C/ Old Dominion/ Senior
78) Calvin Jackson/ 6-9/ 243 lbs./ PF/ North Carolina/ Senior
79)*Fabricio Oberto/ 6-4/ 204 lbs./ SG/ Argentina/ International
80) *Randall Clancy/ 6-3/ 187 lbs./ PG/ Oregon State/ Sophomore

Point Guard
Kentucky Freshman poing guard Kareem Packett is just the latest young man to jump on and off the Calipari "train of fame". Packett did what most top Wildcat recruits do: Come to Kentucky, showcase their skill for a year and then get drafted in the lottery. Many individuals thought that Packett may come back however after how the Wildcat season ended. Packett averaged 15.8 points, 2.1 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 2.9 steals per game on the way to a great season and a number one seed in the tournament. Kentucky was surprised however by a William Jenkins led Coastal Carolina who lit them up for 39 points. Packett was ejected from that game after tossing Jenkins to the ground aggressively after a 10 - 0 Coastal Carolina run in the second half. "He called me and apologized so I'm not tripping about it" William Jenkins said about the situation. "I know people say that's a red flag but the kid is only 19 years old. He's still maturing... we're all still maturing". Packett can expect to hear his name called as high as number one and no lower than number 5.
Other Notable Point Guards:
Dex McMillan/Villanova/Junior - 13.1 ppg - 3.9 apg - 1.9 spg
William Jenkins/Coastal Carolina/Junior - 25.9 ppg - 3.7 apg - 4.1 rpg
Jeremiah Williams/Washington/Freshman - 11.4 ppg - 5.5 apg - 2.9 spg

Shooting Guard
UConn Sophomore Justin Washington came in last year as a highly touted freshman. UConn coach Kevin Ollie surprised the country by only playing the young 19 phenom 5 minutes each game. "He wasn't mentally ready for the spotlight" Ollie said. "I wasn't trying to hold him back. I just wanted to make sure he was ready for the team's sake and his own". Apparently something happened in that year because he went from a barely known freshman to college basketball sensation. The All American averaged 17.5, 6.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists on the way to the Elite 8. Many felt that Washington should have won the player of the year award but did not due to his "quiet" play style. Washington isn't flashy, doesn't yell, doesn't brag.... doesn't even talk much. "He was the best player in college basketball last year but he's not a leader" said a random Big East player. "His teammates like him but they aren’t afraid to ignore him. A leader demands respect from his teammates and he doesn't". We won't have to wait long to see if this is true as Washington expects to hear his name called at #1 or #2.

Other Notable Shooting Guards:
Frank Cameron/Texas Tech/Senior - 14.8 ppg - 4.9 apg
Felipe Navarro/Spain - 12.8 ppg - 5.1 rpg
Demetrius Copley/Oklahoma/Freshman - 11.1 ppg - 2.8 rpg - 1.9 apg

Small Forward
Senior Forward Jermaine McLemore comes from a school with rich tradition. However, basketball isn't the sport that usually comes to mind when you think about The U. McLemore who was wasn't recruited by many of the big time schools has had no problem letting everyone know that he has a chip on his shoulder. The 6'10 forward plays with extreme intensity. However, some say he has a "me first" type attitude. "His teammates never seemed to enjoy playing with him" North Carolina forward Emmanuel Griffin stated while shaking his head. "He just seemed to be in it for himself". McLemore's issues with teammates have been well documented. Many speculate that freshman Quan Wilder transferred to Oklahoma State simply because the two couldn't get along. No one can deny his ability to play ball however. Expect to hear McLemore's name called between 5 and 8.

Other Notable Small Forwards:
Javon Smith/Duke/Junior - 18.6 ppg - 6.7 rpg - 1.9 bpg
Adam Miller/Indiana/Junior - 19.1 ppg - 4.1 rpg
Tristan Holmes/Air Force/Sophomore - 17.4 ppg - 5.2 rpg

Power Forward
To call someone a goofball would be insulting to many. But Syracuse Sophomore Brandon Lewis prefers that title. The bruising power forward looks like one of the meanest players on the court but is actually a self proclaimed "joker". "Dude is a NUT. Do you hear me? He's certified crazy" close friend Kareem Packett said about Lewis while laughing. "We were eating at Golden Corral some years back after an AAU basketball game. Dude just got up and starting singing Michael Jackson Black or White out of nowhere. He sung the entire chours then just sat down and kept eating like nothing happened. Who does that"? Lewis might be crazy but he's also an amazing basketball player. Lewis averaged 18.8 points, 10.2 rebounds, 2.0 blocks, took him NCAA player of the year honors and a trip to the championship game (although the team lost). Expect to see Lewis go somewhere between pick 3 and 6 at the draft.

Other Notable Power Forwards:
Montel Jackson/Florida State/Senior - 10.1 ppg - 10.4 rpg
Emmanuel Griffin/North Carolina/Freshman - 11.3 ppg - 9.1 rpg
Juan Valentine/Arizona/Sophomore – 11.2 ppg - 7.8 rpg


Center
When you look at freshman center Jarvis Martin, many things may come to mind. Strong, powerful, intimidating are a few words that many would agree with. "He is without a doubt the smartest player that I have ever coached" Memphis coach Josh Pastner stated. "Sometimes I'm trying to give him basketball knowledge and he wants to talk about psychology theories". The center who averaged 17.4 points, 10.3 rebounds, 1.8 blocks was accepted in to Penn, Stanford and Cornell. "I had a lot of options as far as what school I wanted to attend" Martin said. "I decided to go to Memphis to focus on my basketball career but I definitely plan to get my doctorate degree before its all said and done". While Martin plans to reach his academic goals in the future, GMs see him having a long career as a big time center in the NBA. It is pretty much a lock that Martin will go in the top 5.

Other Notable Centers:
Felipe Rodriguez/Spain - 13.0 points, 7.9 rebounds
Jimmy Alexander/Wake Forest/Senior - 17.7 points, 7.0 rebounds
Juan Santiago/Brazil - 8.4 points, 8.0 rebounds, 2.0 blocks

Highlight Videos
Juan Valentine finding a way to get to the basket

Don't get in Emmanuel Griffin's way

Brandon Lewis pulling down the board and going back up strong

Billy Joe Sterling has range
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FICTIONAL DRAFT CLASS 2


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National Championship Game
- Kansas 75 – Arizona 60

Player of the Year – PG – DJ Carter - Kansas - Junior

Freshman of the Year – F – Freddie Johnson - Clemson

Defensive Player of the Year – C – Noah Simmons – Ohio State - Junior

First Team All Americans
G – DJ Carter - Kansas - Junior
G – Erik Parker - USC - Senior
F – Max Holden – Washington State – Senior
F – Freddie Johnson - Clemson - Freshman
F – John Newton – Kansas St - Junior

Second Team All Americans
G – Harold Thompson- Alabama - Sophomore
G – Sean Walters – NC State - Sophomore
G – Jerome Sims - Baylor - Freshman
C – Noah Simmons – Ohio State - Junior
C – Dean Bryan - BYU - Junior

Third Team All Americans
G – Eric Myers – West Virginia - Senior
F – Vincent Berry - Florida – Sophomore
F – Andre Curry - Drexel – Junior
F – Alton Hansen - Purdue - Sophomore
C – Jamon Irving - Vermont - Senior

NCAA All Freshman Team
G – Noel Washington- North Carolina
G – Jerome Sims – Baylor
F – Freddie Johnson – Clemson
C – Antonio Jackson - Connecticut
C – Jonathan Battle - Texas

BIG BOARD
1) D.J. Carter PG – Kansas – Jr. Click here to watch DJ Carter highlight video
2) Noah Simmons C – Ohio State – Jr.
3) *Jerome Sims SG – Baylor – Fr.
4) Nihat Kerimoglu C - Turkey
5) Harold Thompson SG – Alabama – So.
6) *Russell Blackman SF – Kansas – Fr.
7) Vincent Berry SF – Florida – So.
8) *Sean Walters SG- NC State – So.
9) Shawn Patrick C –UCLA – So.
10) Kalil Blackman C – Tennessee – Jr.
11) Noel Washington SG – North Carolina – Fr.
12) *Jefferey Sessions PG – Michigan State – Jr.
13) Sergei Khvostov C - Russia
14) *Fabricio Oberto SG - Argentina
15) Milan Macvan PG – Serbia
16) *J.P. Brown C – New Mexico – Jr.
17) John Newton PF – Kansas State – Jr.
18) *Jonathan Battle C – Texas – Fr.
19) Tomoo Misaka PF – Japan
20) *Andre Curry SF – Drexel – Jr.
21) *Markee Jones PF – Pittsburgh – So.
22) Freddie Johnson PF – Clemson – Fr.
23) *Mario Bethea SG – Baylor – Fr.
24) Eric Myers PG – West Virginia – Sr.
25) *Anton Urbanek SF - Slovenia
26) *Terrence Lowe PF – Arizona – Jr.
27) Jamon Irving C – Vermont – Sr.
28) Raul Paulista SF – Brazil
29) *Casey Gaines SF – St. Josephs – Jr.
30) Okan Mansiz SF – Turkey
31) Marko Saric SG – Crotia
32) Erik Parker SG – USC – Sr.
33) Max Holden SF – Washington State – Sr.
34) Quan Wilder SG – Oklahoma – So.
35) Marquise Bell PG – Ohio State – So.
36) *Julio Sharpe SF – Arizona – So.
37) Roderick Moore PF – Arizona State – Jr.
38) *James Sterling PG – California – So.
39) Darius Singletary SF – LSU – Sr.
40) DJ Reed PF – Michigan – Sr.
41) *Wes Davidson SF – Nevada – So.
42) Anthony Mundy PG – Iona – Sr.
43) Tashawn Cassell SG – Duke – Sr.
44) *Francis Mason SF – Texas A&M – Jr.
45) Raul Jiminez PG – Spain
46) Rudy White PF – Arizona – Fr.
47) Randall Clancy PG – Oregon State – Jr.
48) Javaris Cole PG – Wake Forest – Fr.
49) Claudio Giordano PG – Italy
50) *Donnell Hickson C – St. Mary’s – So.
51) Jared Arthur PF – Kentucky – Fr.
52) Adrian Baldwin PF – Tennessee – Sr.
53) Cam Hayes SF – Syracuse – So.
54) Jeb Vernie SF – Australia
55) Sylvester Clement SG – North Carolina – Jr.
56) *Frederic Dupin PG - France
57) Dominique Watkins C – Oklahoma State – So.
58) Antonio Jackson C – Connecticut – Fr.
59) Ike Ejiofor PF - Nigeria
60) Marquise Marshall SF – Texas A&M – Sr.
61) Eric Torres SG – Houston – Sr.
62) Kostas Golanos SF – Greece
63) Jamal Packett PG – Kansas – Fr.
64) *Devin Anderson C – UCLA – So.
65) *Terrell Leonard SG – Clemson – Fr.
66) Dontae Berry PG – Florida – Fr.
67) Vinny Alexander SF – Marquette – Sr.
68) *Marquise Elliot C – Cincinatti – Fr.
69) Coby Wesley PG – Arizona State – Sr.
70) J.J. Boyd SG – Virginia – Sr.
71) Braxton Johnson C – Houston – Sr.
72) Dean Bryan C – BYU – Jr.
73) *Curtis Paxson PF – Eastern Kentucky – So.
74) Tony Ryan SF – Minnesota – Fr.
75) *Derrick Trent SG – Memphis – So.
76) *Lamont Parks C – NC State – So.
77) *Fred Bradley SF – UNC Charlotte – So.
78) *Ivan Marshall PG – Butler – Jr.
79) *Jerome Townsend PG – Illinois – Jr.
80) *Vladimir Sikovic SF - Serbia

Additional Fictional Draft 2 videos

Milan Macvan drives on DJ Carter
Point Guard
DJ Carter.... if you haven't heard that name by now you either don't watch college basketball or you've been living under a rock all year. DJ Carter is a National Champion, All American and the player of the year. On top of those accomplishments, you won't find many people that know anything about basketball who do not think Carter is the unanimous number one player in the draft. Carter is not only great on both sides of the ball, he is a leader. "Even as a sophomore, players rallied around the kid" teammate Michael Smith said". He's just got the personality where he wants everyone. Around him to excel and he does whatever he needs to do to make that happen. Carter scored twenty plus points in each tournament game along with 3 steals and definitely confirmed his player of the year award. I don't care who you have on our team: if you're in position to get Carter, get him.

Other Notable Point Guards
Milan Macvan/Serbia/ 13.2 ppg – 4.0 apg – 1.9 spg/ Lottery – Mid 1st Round
Eric Myers/West Virginia/Senior/ 12.0 ppg – 6.8 apg/ Lottery – Mid 1st Round
Marquise Bell/Ohio State/Sophomore/ 11.5 ppg – 2.4 apg – 3.9 rpg/ Mid to Late First Round

Shooting Guard
Harold Thompson out of Alabama is predicted to go in the Top 5. But who exactly is Harold Thompson. His freshman year, Thompson came in a celebrated recruit and was expected to get early playing time. However, Thompson was often pulled from games early and seen arguing with coaches on the bench. Even with the decreased playing time, Thompson still managed to make the NCAA All Freshman Team with a very strong finish last year. This year, Thompson has shown much more maturity but still has some issues to iron out according to some. Many believe that he is ready for the big stage however. “I know him personally, and I don’t want to put his business out there, but there are other things in life that cause people to act a certain way” Florida guard Dontae Berry said. “I wish that people would give him a break and try to understand that he is not a bad kid. I think he is already showing major improvement and will continue to do so once he gets to the league”. Maturity questions aside, Thompson averaged 16.9 ppg , 2.9 rpg and 1.2 apg and Second Team All American honors. When asked about how he felt about his perceived maturity issues Thompson stated “I produce… .what else could people possibly want me to do”. We should see Thompson go somewhere in the top 5 on draft night.

Other Notable Shooting Guards
Noel Washington/UNC/Freshman/ 14.3 ppg – 3.7 rpg – 1.9 spg/ Top Five - Lottery
Marko Saric/Crotia/ 16.5 ppg – 4.0 rpg - 2.0 apg/ Lottery – Mid First Round
Erik Parker/USC/Senior/ 20.2 ppg – 2.8 rpg/ Mid – Late First Round

Small Forward
To put it simply, Florida Forward Vincent Berry loves contact. Although he played the 3 and 4 in college, one place where you could consistently find him is the paint. "He loves contact" Florida teammate Tobias Mason said. "He's 230 lbs but thinks he's a damn center sometimes. As long as he's bumping bodies down low he's happy". Maybe loving contact just runs in the family. Vincent is the younger cousin of former Tennessee standout football player Eric Berry. When asked about his cousin, Eric Berry stated "He's bruised me up a few times to be honest. I think if he's put in the right situation, he can be an immediate contributor in the pros". Berry averaged 14.6 points, 8.7 rebounds, 2.7 blocks per game during his sophomore season and is predicted to go in somewhere between pick number 5 - 8.

Other Notable Small Forwards
Raul Paulista/Brazil/ 7.9 ppg – 5.2 rpg – 2.1 bpg/ Lottery – Mid 1st Round
Okan Mansiz/Turkey/ 11.7 ppg – 2.9 rpg/ Lottery – Mid 1st Round
Max Holden/Washington State/Senior/ 17.9 ppg – 2.3 rpg/ Lottery – Mid 1st Round

Power Forward
John Newton is simply one of the nicest guys that you will ever meet. The soft spoken power forward out of Kansas State enjoys participated in community events, volunteering wherever possible and pretty much just brightening up the spirits of others. “I just love to see people smile. That is part of the reason why I chose to play sports when I was in school. I just wanted to be around others, have fun and be a good teammate and friend”. But playing sports is more of a privilege to Newton than it is a hobby. Two years, it was discovered that Newton was born with an abnormal heart valve. Although he never experienced any real chest pains, his minutes were decreased somewhat this year. “You just feel bad for him” Oklahoma State center Dominique Watkins stated. I don’t know him to well but I know that he seems to be a good person. I just hope that his career isn’t cut short or limited too much because of his condition”. EVEN with his minutes decreased, Newton came second for player of the year in the conference and honestly could have battled DJ Carter for player of the year if he was used to his full potential. It seems that Newton would easily be a top 5 pick if not for the heart condition. As it is, he will more than likely fall in to the lottery. We will all be rooting for him.

Other Notable Power Forwards
Tomoo Misaka/Japan/ 13.8 ppg – 7.9 rpg/ Lottery – Mid 1st Round
Freddie Johnson/Clemson/Freshman/ 15.3 ppg – 6.1 rpg – 2.8 apg/ Lottery – Mid 1st Round
Roderick Moore/Arizona State/Junior/ 12.6 ppg – 4.9 rpg – 2.0 apg/ Mid – Late First Round

Center
In a sea of good centers, Ohio State’s Noah Simmons seems to be the best available in this year’s draft. Simmons is a coach’s dream as he plays harder than anyone on the court no matter the competition. “To have a kid with this type of talent stay at your program for three years is pretty rare” Ohio State coach Thad Matta said. “It has been a pleasure to have him here as he had made many of the other players better just by continuously putting forth 110 percent effort no matter the situation. A true leader leads by example and this kid is a true leader”. While Simmons does need to work on his offensive game, he may be the best defender in the draft. Simmons averaged 14.9 ppg , 7.9 rpg and 3.2 bpg on his way to winning defensive player of the year. When asked about how he became such a good defender Simmons said “My bigger brothers never passed me the ball when we played at home. So for years, I simply focused on stopping them from scoring”. And I guess the rest is history. Simmons should go very early on draft night.

Other Notable Centers
Nihat Kerimoglu/Turkey/ 10.7 ppg – 4.9 rpg – 1.5 apg - 1.7 bpg/ Top Five - Lottery
Shawn Patrick/UCLA/Sophomore/ 14.5 ppg – 6.1 rpg/ Top Five - Lottery
Kalil Blackman/Tennessee/Junior/ 11.0 ppg – 7.2 rpg/ Lottery – Mid 1st Round
Sergei Khvostov/Russia/ 9.8 ppg – 3.9 rpg/ Lottery – Mid 1st Round

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Fictional Draft Class 3

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Player of The Year – Russell Blackman/Kansas/Sophomore

Defensive Player of the Year – Gabriel Stevens/Freshman/North Carolina

Freshman of the Year – Dre Redd/UNLV

First Team All Americans
G – Jerome Sims – Baylor – Sophomore
G – Sean Walters – NC State – Junior
G – Lawrence Hampton – South Carolina - Senior
F – Russell Blackman – Kansas – Sophomore
C – Dre Redd – UNLV – Freshman

Second Team All Americans
G – Adrian Hamilton – Washington – Junior
F – Andre Curry – Drexel – Senior
F – Gabriel Stevens – North Carolina – Freshman
F – Dennis Daniel – Villanova – Freshman
C – William Cross – Michigan State - Freshman

Third Team All Americans
G – Jeffrey Sessions – Michigan State – Senior
G – Chris Roberts – Ohio – Junior
G – James Sterling – California – Junior
C - Marquise Elliot – Cincinnati - Sophomore
C – J.P. Brown – New Mexico – Senior

NCAA All Freshman Team
G – Santonio Graham – North Carolina
F – Gabriel Stevens – North Carolina
F – Dennis Daniel - Villanova
C – William Cross- Michigan State
C – Dre Redd - UNLV

Big Board
*1) Dre Redd C – UNLV – Fr.
2) Russell Blackman SF – Kansas – So.
3) Jerome Sims SG – Baylor – So.
4) Sean Walters SG- NC State – Jr.
5) William Cross C – Michigan State – Fr.................HighlightVid1
6) Gabriel Stevens SF – North Carolina – Fr.
7) Lawrence Hampton SG – South Carolina – Sr.......HighlightVid1
8) Fabricio Oberto SG – Argentina...........................HighlightVid1, HihglightVid2, HighlightVid3
9) Andre Curry SF – Drexel – Jr. .............................HighlightVid1, HighlightVid2, HighlightVid3
10) Tony Webber PF – Duke – Fr.
11) Carlo Samuels PF – Kentucky – Fr.
*12) Mario Bethea SF – Baylor – So.
13) Damon Teague SG – Georgia Tech – Fr.
*14) James Sterling PG – California – Jr.
15) Jefferey Sessions PG – Michigan State – Sr........HighlightVid1
16) J.P. Brown C – New Mexico – Sr. ..........................HighlightVid1
17) Jonathan Battle C – Texas – So.
18) Marquise Elliot C – Cincinnati – So......................HighlightVid1
19) Garry Bush SF – Maryland – So.
*20)Anton Urbanek SF - Slovenia
*21) Santonio Graham SG – Texas – Fr.
22) Terrell Leonard SG – Clemson – So.
23) Desmond Manning PG – Indiana – Fr.
24) Juan Richardson PG – Duke – Fr............................ ..HighlightVid 1
25) Markee Jones PF – Pittsburgh – So.
26) Damon Grant PF – California – Fr.
27) Adrian Hamilton SG – Washington – Jr.
28) Mark Washington SG – Iowa State – So.
*29) Wes Davidson SF – Nevada – Jr.
30) Terrence Lowe PF – Arizona – Sr.
31) Casey Gaines SF – St. Josephs – Sr.
32) Lamont Robinson PF – Xavier (OH) – So.
33) Brevin Howell PF – Dayton – Sr.
34) Radoslav Zagorac PF – Slovenia
35) Julio Sharpe SF – Arizona – Jr.
36) Toni Rancic PF – Crotia
37) Francis Mason SF – Texas A&M – Sr.
38) Jeffery Warrick SG – San Diego State – So.
39) Theo Burgess SF – Syracuse – Fr.
40) Marcus Miles SF – Michigan – Fr.
41) Willie Moody SG – Minnesota – Sr.
*42) Nini Gibson PF – LSU – Fr.
43) Ian Wright SF Missouri – Sr.
44) Langston Ryan SF – Mississippi State – Sr.
45) Casey Washington PF – Iowa State – Jr.
46) Dennis Daniel PF – Villanova – Fr.
47) Chris Roberts PG – Ohio – Jr.
48) Jerome Townsend PG – Illinois – Jr.
49) Bryan Jennings C – Georgia Tech – Jr.
50) Mark Robbins PF – England
51) Crys Carter PG – Texas Southern – Sr.
52) Jevon Levingston C – Hampton – Sr.
*53) Leon Tucker PF – Louisville – Fr.
54) Lenny Baker PG Iowa State – Jr.
55) Ivan Marshall PG – Butler – Jr.
56) Lamont Kelly SG – Oklahoma State – Jr.
57) Derrick Trent SG – Memphis – Jr.
58) Gerald Coleman PF Alabama – Jr.
59) Austin Porter PF – High Point - Sr.
60) Larry Holloway SG – Indiana State – Sr.
61) Denis Markov SG – Ukraine
62) Joey Galloway PF – Arizona State – Fr.
63) Michael Walsh C – Texas Tech – Sr.
*64) Timothy Clancy SF – Tennessee – Fr.
65) Willie Ewing PG – Auburn – Jr.
66) Taylor Ferguson PG – Wisconsin – Jr.
67) Brian Hopkins SF Clemson – Jr.
68) Eduardo Chavez PG Texas A&M – So.
69) Marion Thomas PF – Michigan – So.
70) Malik Parks SG – Rutgers – Sr.
*71) Vladimir Sivkovic SF - Serbia
72) DeMarcus Shepard C – Mississippi State – Sr.
*73) Curtis Paxson PF – Eastern Kentucky – Jr.
*74) Niko Vugrinec SG - Lithuania
*75) Fred Bradley SF – Oregon – Jr.
76) Oliver Gibson PF – Nebraska – Sr.
*77) Devin Henderson C – UCLA - Jr.
*78) Phillip Williamson SG – Stanford – So.
*79) Justin Wood SF – Utah – So.
80) Adrian Bennett PF Fresno State – Jr.

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Point Guard
Spartan senior point guard Jeffrey Sessions may not be Magic Johnson, but he may be the best leader that the team has seen in decades. "He is the reason I was able to produce so quickly" Michigan State freshman William Cross stated. "He made me feel comfortable but he also let me know that he expected my all every time I stepped on the court". Sessions has been on the radar for years now and probably would have been a top 3 or 4 pick in last years draft. "I have always been the type to make sure I finish what I start. That includes school" Sessions said. With that type of “Get it done” attitude and his amazing feel for the point guard position, he will make some team happy come draft night.

Other Notable Point Guard Available:
Chris Roberts/Ohio/ Junior – 17.7 ppg – 5.9 rpg – 2.4 apg
Crys Carter/Texas Southern/Senior – 18.8 ppg – 4.8 apg
Taylor Ferguson/Wisconsin/Junior – 16.1 ppg – 2.0 apg

Shooting Guard
Everyone knows the story…. Jerome Sims came back to school as opposed to being a top three pick in last year’s week draft. His goal you ask… win the championship of course. Sims along with Sophomore Mario Bethea tag teamed the nation in route to a number one seed and a great shot to win the championship. Unfortunately, the team came up short against William Cross, Jeff Sessions and the Michigan State Spartans. “No one took it harder than him” Baylor forward Mario Bethea said. “I still don’t think he is completely over it. But he is just a competitor like that so I expect that from him”. Jerome Sims has been on a tear in workouts and just about everyone is impressed with him. Sims has made it clear that he is without a doubt a top three pick and potentially a number one pick. When asked where he expected to go Sims stated “Number one of course. What did you think I would say”. We shall see Mr. Sims.

Other Notable Shooting Guards Available:
Sean Walters/NC State/Junior – 13.3 ppg – 5.1 rpg – 1.1 apg - 3.2 spg
Lawrence Hampton/South Carolina/Senior – 18.6 ppg – 6.2 rpg – 2.0 apg - 1.4 bpg
Adrian Hamilton/Washington/Junior – 19.1 ppg – 4.8 rpg

Small Forwards
At the Small Forward position stands the player of the year (once again from Kansas) and projected number one pick on most people’s draft board. Russell Blackman is a unique type of player with a Lebron James type skill set. He can rebound, defend, score with ease, has great vision and can handle the ball. Some even believe that Blackman doesn’t play to his full potential too often. “Sometimes you feel like he just has mercy” Syracuse Freshman Theo Burgess stated. “He has the skill and body to get to the basket whenever he wants but sometimes he seems more interested in passing the ball to teammates and allowing the opposing team to get back in to the game”. Blackman however simply stated “Basketball is a team sport and I play team ball”. Blackman has shown that he can be a leader and most feel that he can step in to a city and take over immediately. We see if he is ready to be “the man” on the professional stage.

Other Notable Small Forwards:
Gabriel Stevens/North Carolina/Freshman – 12.9 ppg – 4.3 rpg – 2.0 apg – 2.0 spg – 2.5 bpg
Andre Curry/Drexel/Senior – 20.3 ppg – 11.0 rpg
John Holloway/Seton Hall/Senior – 17.5 ppg – 2.9 rpg – 2.9 apg

Power Forward
Freshman Power Forward Tony Webber out of Duke is just one of the many Blue Devils that have left Coach K as a projected lottery pick. Webber admittedly had issues adjusting to playing with players that are as highly skilled as he is. “I would like to think that I am an unselfish player” Webber said. “But being a Blue Devil was the first time that I have ever been on a team where I was not the best in every aspect of the game. I am so glad that I got an opportunity to play with higher caliber players as I feel like it has prepared me for the NBA”. And it looks like he is as Webber’s end of season surges shocked many. Webber began the season very “dry” but started conference play with a 23 point, 12 rebound game against Clemson and a 27 point, 13 rebound game against Center Bryan Jennings and Georgia Tech. That pretty much started the hype train for Webber. Only time will tell if Webber will be more like former Blue Devil forwards Elton Brand or Shelden Williams in the NBA.

Other Notable Power Forwards Available:
Carlo Samuels/Kentucky/Freshman – 13.1 ppg – 6.3 rpg
Damon Grant/California/Freshman – 14.3 ppg – 7.9 rpg – 2.8 bpg (In 12 games before being kicked off team)
Markee Jones/Pittsburgh/Junior – 11.1 ppg – 6.9 rpg – 3.9 bpg

Center
Freshman Center William Cross is just… beastly. A just a reminder: The 7’1 305 lbs monster is only 19 years old! Many scouts felt that Cross would simply rely on his size to punish players while at Michigan State. While he did punish and abuse many defenders, Cross has also shown great work ethic and has developed a number of finesse post moves and a mid range jumper as well. “I mean, you can look at him and tell that he is a beast from looking at him” his point guard Jeff Sessions said. “There is more to him than what you see though. I can honestly say that he has been one of the best teammates that I have had since I started playing organized basketball”. After having a marvelous freshman year and helping lead Michigan State to a national championship game, many believe that he is a “sure thing” at the center position. But they also said that about Greg Oden… didn’t they? Hopefully Cross will go the opposite direction of the before mentioned center.

Other Notable Centers Available:
J.P. Brown/New Mexico/Senior – 14.7 ppg – 8.0 rpg – 3.5 bpg
Jonathan Battle/Texas/Sophomore – 13.2 ppg – 8.1 rpg – 1.9 bpg
Marquise Elliot Cincinnati/Sophomore/ – 15.2 ppg – 7.7 rpg – 1.3 apg
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National Championship - Georgetown 87 – UCLA 80

Player of The Year – Chris Bishop Cincinnati/Freshman

Defensive Player of the Year – Ahmad Harmon/Freshman/Kansas State

Freshman of the Year – Chris Bishop/Cincinnati

First Team All Americans
G – James Sterling – California – Senior
G – Chris Bishop – Cincinnati – Freshman
F – Mario Bethea – Baylor - Junior
F – Wes Davidson – Nevada - Senior
F – Ahmad Harmon – Kansas State – Freshman

Second Team All Americans
G – Santonio Graham – North Carolina – Sophomore
G – Brevin Myrick – Auburn – Sophomore
F – Fred Bradley – Oregon – Senior
F – Luke Sutton – Texas Tech – Senior
F – Alan Miller – Notre Dame – Sophomore

Third Team All Americans
G – JJ Martin – Georgetown – Senior
G – Newly Cox – Army – Freshman
F – Antonio Braxton – Penn State – Senior
F - Rasheed Frazier – Wake Forest - Sophomore
C – Jeremiah Turner – Oral Roberts - Sophomore

NCAA All Freshman Team
G – Chris Bishop – Cincinnati
G – Newly Cox – Army
F – Jermaine Harrison - Oklahoma
F – Ahmad Harmon – Kansas State
C – Ty Hawkins – NC State

Big Board
1)*Chris Bishop SG – Cincinnati – Fr.
2)*Dre Reed C – UNLV – So.
3) Ahmad Harmon PF – Kansas State – Fr.
4) James Streling PG – California – Sr.
5) Mario Bethea SF – Baylor – Jr.
6) Newly Cox SG – Army- Fr.
7)*Alan Miller PF – Notre Dame – So.
8) Santonio Graham SG – North Carolina – So.
9) Anton Urbanek SF – Slovenia
10) Wes Davidson SF –Nevada – Sr.
11) Jabari Woodson C – Indiana – Fr.
12) Ty Hawkins C –NC State – Fr.
13) Nini Gibson PF –LSU – So.
14)*Terrance Young PG – Wake Forest – Fr.
15) Casey Wall PG –Georgetown – Fr.
16) Kevin Yates SF – Georgetown – Fr.
17) Sean Dixon PF – Kentucky – Fr.
18)*Jermaine Harrison SG – Oklahoma – Fr.
19) Brevin Myrick SG – Auburn – So.
20) Rasheed Frazier SF – Wake Forest – So.
21) Fred Bradley SF – Oregon – Sr.
22)*Jeremiah Turner C – Oral Roberts – So.
23) Tudor Erhan C - Romania
24) Timothy Clancy SF – Tennessee – So.
25) Niko Vugrinec SG - Lithuania
26) Kevin Collier SF – Illinois State – Sr.
27)*John Fernandez SG – Duke – Fr.
28) Ellis Bridges PG – UCLA – Fr.
29) Frederic Dupin PG - France
30) Vladimir Zikovic SF - Serbia
31)*James Scott SF – Louisville – Fr.
32) Leon Tucker PF – Louisville – So.
33) Stephon Robinson SF – Connecticut – So.
34) Al Shepard PF – USC – Fr.
35) Donnell Hickson C – St. Mary’s – Sr.
36)Curtis Paxson PF – Eastern Kentucky – Sr.
37)*EJ Knight SF – UCLA – Fr.
38) Hasan Penbe PF - Turkey
39) Darin Jamison SG – Michigan State – Fr,
40)*Justin Wood Utah – SF – Jr.
41) Riczi Szomory C - Hungary
42) Darnell Walker PF – Georgia – So.
43) Demetrius Harper PG – Washington – Sr.
44) CJ King PG – Bradley – Sr.
45) Spencer Boone PF – Mississippi – So.
46)*Valmilton Paulista SG - Brazil
47) Percy Stewart C – Northern Iowa – Sr.
48)*Raymond Moore C – LSU – So.
49) Ben Harris PG – Venderbilt – So.
50)*Lamond Kane PG – TCU – Fr.
51) Lamont Parks C – Murray State – Sr.
52) Phillip Williamson SG –Stanford – Jr.
53)*Wayne Richardson PG – Florida - PG
54) Kris Butler SG – Syracuse – Fr.
55) Clarence Brock SG – Wisconsin – So.
56) Phil Harrington SF – Vermont – Jr.
57)*Shawn Daniels SG – Utah – Fr.
58) Jared Marks SF – Miami – Jr.
59) Brevin Givens PF – Arkansas - Sr
60) D.J. Cameron PF – Arizona State – Jr.
61)*Joshua Kent PF – Arizona – Fr.
62) Devin Anderson C – UCLA – Sr.
63) Samuel Andrews C – Duke – Sr.
64)*Dan Hollins C – Gonzaga – Jr.
65) JJ Martin SG – Georgetown – Sr.
66) Louis Chapman C – Creighton – Sr.
67) Havel Dugonics SG -Hungary
68)*Jimmie Young PF – Florida – Fr.
69)) Skip Reed SF – Virginia Tech – Sr.
70)*D.J. Adams SG – Indiana – Fr.
71) Ifeanyi Akwuebu SF - Nigeria
72) Hakeem Lawal PG - Nigeria
73) Antonio Braxton SF – Penn State – Sr.
74)*Donta James PF – Arizona State – So.
75) Martin Thompson PG – Wright State – Jr.
76)*Roy Robinson PF – Oakland – So.
77) Orlando Olamendi SG – Spain
78) Felipe Ramos SF – Puerto Rico
79) Luke Sutton PF – Texas Tech – Sr.
80)*David Hawkins PF – Indiana State – Jr.

Point Guard
California point guard James Sterling may honestly be the most relaxed basketball player I have ever been around. He is soft spoken, smart and extremely positive about seemingly everything. Did I mention that he is a terror on the basketball court. In this day and age, a point guard of Sterling’s caliber is usually bolting to the NBA by their sophomore year. Not Sterling though. “If you don’t like that guy than there is just something wrong with you”, troubled California teammate Damon Grant said. “I call him for advice in basketball and life all the time and will continue to do so”. Sterling had a great career at California and posted numbers of 13.1 ppg , 9.7 apg and 1.8 spg last year. Whether he will be an All Star for years to come is up in the air but he appears to be ready to play right now.

Other Notable Point Guards:
Casey Wall/Georgetown/Freshman/11.1 ppg – 3.3 rpg – 6.1 apg– 1.6 spg
Ellis Bridges/UCLA/Freshman/10.9 ppg – 3.9 rpg – 2.9 apg

Shooting Guard
Where Brooklyn at? I’ll let UNC SG Santonio Graham answer that for you. Graham is no stranger to being in the spotlight whether it’s being a top high school prospect or deciding to go to UNC after verbally committing to Texas. One thing is for sure though, Graham plays a tough kind of ball that is necessary for someone his size. “Graham is small for a 2 but I’ll be damned if he doesn’t attack the rim like he doesn’t care about his body” Wake Forest forward Rasheed Frazier said. “He is the definition of having no fear”. Graham is an explosive, very quick guard that lived up to expectations (in my opinion to the hype). One thing is for sure… fans of any team will be happy to have him. Unless you are a University of Texas fan as well.

Other Notable Shooting Guards:
Newly Cox/Army/Freshman/15.1 ppg – 7.8 rpg – 2.0 apg – 2.7 spg – 1.2 bpg
Brevin Myrick/Auburn/Sophomore/17.7 ppg – 3.4 apg

Small Forward
Well, Baylor forward Mario Bethea stayed at Baylor so that he could show what he could do. He answered to the tune of 16.9 ppg, 7.1 rpg, 1.8 apg and 1.9 spg. Everyone knew that Bethea was an NBA player but he really showed that he could potentially be the centerpiece of an NBA franchise last year at Baylor. “I don’t really know if there is anything that Bethea can’t do on the basketball court” former teammate and current NBA player Jerome Sims said. “I’m actually glad that he stayed for one more year because I don’t think his performance the previous year did him justice. It would be great to play with him again”. While the possibility of Sims and Bethea hooing up again are unlikely, Bethea’s willingness to put forth 110 percent on defense will be appreciated by any player. “I like scoring, but I get more of a thrill from frustrating an offense” Bethea said when asked about his game. Let’s see if how his talent translates to the NBA game.

Other Notable Small Forwards:
Wes Davidson/Nevada/Senior/19.2 ppg – 9.6 rpg – 2.0 bpg
Anton Urbanek/Slovenia/10.3 ppg – 4.0 rpg – 1.9 bpg – 1.8 spg
Rasheed Frazier/Wake Forest/Sophomore/16.3 ppg – 5.8 rpg – 4.2 apg

Power Forward
Who didn’t think that Ahmad Harmon would be gone after his dominating campaign last year? If you raised your hand, take that same hand and slap yourself with it. Harmon is a perfect example of a player that only went to college because it is mandatory. Harmon made it known that he was NBA bound and honestly had the body and the skill to do it. No matter though. He simply went to college and dominated and made himself the consensus number one pick. Harmon has superb skills on both sides of the ball and his stat line showed it (20.4 ppg , 9.6 rpg, 2.9 apg, 2.1 spg, 2.7 bpg). When asked how you guard Ahmad Harmon, Texas Tech forward said “If I had the answer to that, I would be rich). When asked if he could dominate in the NBA the same way he dominated the college game, Harmon simply said, “We are about to find out”. I don’t think anyone will be dumb enough to pass up Harmon at the number one pick.

Other Notable Power Forwards:
Nini Gibson/LSU/Sophomore/15.6 ppg – 8.0 rpg
Sean Dixon/Kentucky/Freshman/9.8 ppg – 8.1 rpg – 3.1 bpg
Leon Tucker/Louisville/Sophomore/14.1 ppg – 5.7 rpg – 1.8 spg – 1.9 bpg

Center
Talk about showing up your big brother. North Carolina State center Ty Hawkins decided to go to NC State even after his older brother, Indiana State PF David Hawkins, urged him to come there. The likelihood of the two meeting that season weren’t likely but Ty got his chance and lit his big brother and Indiana State up in a 20 point victory. “He deserved it for all the butt whippings he gave me on the court growing up” Ty Hawkins said with a smile. Hawkins, who averaged 13.7 ppg, 8.9 rpg, 2.9 bpg didn’t have the most consistent season, but has shown flashes of brilliance that has scouts believing that he is worthy of at least a lottery pick. While some believe that Hawkins could have been a top 5 pick if he went back to school, David Hawkins approves of his younger brother’s decision. “I’m just happy for him” David said. “Anything can happen and it would be a shame if he were to suffer a severe injury after coming back. His stock is pretty high and we are both confident about his decision. I will be there to support him on draft night”. If David has another season like he did this season, his younger brother will be able to return the favor sooner than later. Expect to see Ty Hawkins go in the top ten.

Other Notable Centers:
Jabari Woodson/Indiana/Freshman/14.8 ppg – 8.6 rpg
Donnell Hickson/St.Mary’s/Senior/12.4 ppg – 9.9 rpg – 3.2 bpg
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National Championship - UNLV 79 – Cincinnati 69

Player of The Year – Dre Redd Junior/UNLV

Defensive Player of the Year – Ryan Stafford/Freshman/Duke

Freshman of the Year – Stephen Braithwaite/Georgetown

First Team All Americans
G – Jermaine Harrison – Oklahoma – Sophomore
G – Chris Bishop – Cincinnati – Sophomore
F – Stephen Braithwaite – Georgetown - Freshman
F – Alan Miller – Notre Dame - Junior
F – Dre Redd – UNLV – Junior

Second Team All Americans
G – Terrance Young – Wake Forest – Sophomore
G – Andre Stafford – Missouri – Junior
F – James Giles – Virginia Tech – Junior
C – Keith Taylor – Northwestern – Junior
C – Jeremiah Turner – Oral Roberts – Junior

Third Team All Americans
G – Courtney Taylor – Kentucky – Freshman
G – Antoine Thomas – Oklahoma State – Freshman
F – Ryan Stafford – Duke – Freshman
F - James Scott – Louisville - Sophomore
C – David Hawkins – Indiana State - Senior

NCAA All Freshman Team
G – Bryce Baker – Villanova
G – Courtney Taylor – Kentucky
G – Antoine Thomas – Oklahoma State
F – Ryan Stafford – Duke
F – Stephen Braithwaite – Georgetown



Big Board
1) Dre Redd C – UNLV – Jr
2) Chris Bishop SG – Cincinnati – So.
3) Stephen Braithwaite PF – Georgetown – Fr.
*4) Alan Miller PF – Notre Dame – Jr.
*5) Terrance Young PG – Wake Forest – So.
*6) Jermaine Harrison SG – Oklahoma – So.
*7) Ryan Stafford SF – Duke – Fr.
*8) Tony Bender C – Georgetown – Fr.
9) John Fernandez SG – Duke – So.
*10) Jeremiah Turner C – Oral Roberts – Jr.
11) Courtney Taylor PG – Kentucky – Fr.
12) Ernest Knight PF – UCLA – So
13) Anthony Graham C – Indiana – Fr.
*14) Antoine Thomas SG – Oklahoma State – Fr.
*15) James Scott SF – Louisville – So.
16) Jimmie Young PF – Florida – So.
17) Brent Carter C – Arizona State – So.
18) Justin Wood SF – Utah – Sr.
*19) Jamaal Saunders PF – Wisconsin – Fr.
20) James Giles PF – Virginia Tech - Jr.
21) Corey Williams SF – Auburn – Jr.
22) David Hawkins PF – Indiana State – Sr.
23) Myron Murray PG – Georgetown – Sr.
24) Dan Hollins C – Gonzaga – Sr.
25) DJ Adams SG – Indiana – So.
*26) Monte Westbrook SG – Cincinnati – Fr.
27) Wayne Richardson PG – Florida – So.
28) Shawn Daniels SG – Utah – So.
29) Donta James PF – Arizona State – Jr.
30) Ricky Lewis SF – Marquette – Jr.
31) Clarence Goodman PF – Connecticut – Fr.
32) Cecil Alexander PF – Texas – Fr.
33) Jamaal Benjamin SF – Clemson – Sr.
*34) Brandon Tinsley PG – Ohio State – Fr.
35) Valmilton Paulista SG – Brazil
36) Byron Coles SG – Pittsburgh – Jr.
*37) Julio Carpenter PG – Texas – Fr.
38) Terrell George PG – Georgia Tech – Fr.
39) Monte Andrews SG – UCLA – Fr.
*40) Aaron Williams PG – Louisville – Jr.
41) Gregory Lewis PG – Kansas State – Jr.
*42) Lamond Kane PG – TCU – So.
43) Jevon Baker PG – Fresno State – Jr.
44) Lee Sanders PF – Missouri – Sr.
*45) Jamar Porter SG – Rutgers – Jr.
46) Bryce Baker PG – Villanova – Fr.
47) Myron Goodrich PG – Utah State – Sr.
48) Sherron Mason SF – Florida State – Sr.
49) Evan Williams SG – Kentucky – Sr.
50) Donte Webber PG – Iowa – Jr.
51) Reinaldo Carlos PG – Brazil
*52) Joshua Kent PF – Arizona – So.
53) Ekpe Okocha PG – Nigeria
54) Andre Stafford PG – Missouri
55) AC Kirkland SG – UNC Charlotte
*56) Roy Robinson PF – Oakland – Jr.
57) Marcus Booth C – West Virginia
*58) Raymond Moore C – LSU – Jr.
59) Donnie Hines SF – Maryland – Fr.
60) Jevon Phillips C – Arizona – So.
*61) Monic Lujan PF – New Mexico – Jr.
62) Greg Wright SG – Boston College – Sr.
63) Dwight Galloway SG – Virginia – Fr.
*64) Stevie McKinney C – Michigan State – Fr.
65) Danny McCarthy PG – Oregon State – So.
66) Carlos Morales PG – Puerto Rico
*67) Rufus Hamilton C – Pittsburgh – So.
*68) Reggie Boone SG – Wichita State – So.
69) Maurice Copeland SG – Michigan – So.
70) Derek Stallworth PG – Wisconsin – So.
*71) Damien Banks C – Ohio State – Fr.
72) Austin Irving SF – Oklahoma – So.
73) Brian Samuels SF – Wake Forest – So.
74) Johnnie McCoy PF – Oakland – Sr.
*75) Preston Jennings SF – LSU – Fr.
76) Larry Mullin PF – Princeton – Sr.

*77)Glen Conner SG – Coastal Carolina – So.
78) Josh Lynch C – Georgia Tech – Jr.
*79)Kregg Gibson SF – Rice – So.
*80) Tyson Elliott SG – Houston – So.

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National Championship - Wisconsin 81 – Texas 79

Player of The Year – Alan Miller Senior/Notre Dame

Defensive Player of the Year – Ryan Stafford/Sophomore/Duke

*Freshman of the Year – Devon Blackshear/Temple

First Team All Americans
G – Terrance Young – Wake Forest – Junior
G – Jermaine Harrison – Oklahoma – Junior
F – Ryan Stafford – Duke – Sophomore
F – Alan Miller – Notre Dame - Junior
C – Jeremiah Turner – Oral Roberts – Senior

Second Team All Americans
*G – Lamond Kane – TCU – Junior
F – Preston Jennings – LSU – Sophomore
F – J.P. McDonald – Purdue – Senior
*F – Devon Blackshear –Temple – Freshman
C – Tony Bender – Georgetown – Sophomore

Third Team All Americans
G – Brandon Tinsley – Ohio State – Sophomore
*G – Monte Westbrook – Cincinnati – Sophomore
*G – Rick Blaze – Sam Houston State – Freshman
F - Jamaal Saunders – Wisconsin - Junior
F – Joshua Kent – Arizona - Junior

NCAA All Freshman Team
G – Malcolm Crawford – Florida State
*G – Rick Blaze – Sam Houston State
*F – Travis Buchanan – Texas
F – Shawn Wright – Washington State
*F – Devon Blackshear – Temple


Big Board
1) Terrance Young PG – Wake Forest – Jr.
2) Ryan Stafford SF – Duke – So.
*3) Devon Blackshear SF – Temple – Fr.
4) Jermaine Harrison SG – Oklahoma – Jr.
5) Tony Bender C – Georgetown – So.
6) Alan Miller PF – Notre Dame – Sr.
7) Antoine Thomas SG – Oklahoma State – So.
8) Jamaal Saunders PF – Wisconsin – So.
9) Brandon Tinsley PG – Ohio State – So.
10) James Scott SF – Louisville – Jr.
*11) Rick Blaze SG – Sam Houston State – Fr.
12) Julio Carpenter PG – Texas – So.
13) Jeremy Carter C – Wisconsin – Fr.
14) Jeremiah Turner C – Oral Roberts – Sr.
*15) Monte Westbrook SG – Cincinnati – So.
16) Joshua Kent PF – Arizona – Jr.
*17) Giogios Dyonysius C - Greece
18) Aaron Williams PG – Louisville – Sr.
19) Rufus Hamilton C – Pittsburgh – Jr.
20) Terence Gibson PF – Arkansas – Fr.
21) Roy Robinson PF – Oakland – Sr.
*22) Lamond Kane PG – TCU – Jr.
23) Monic Lujan PF – New Mexico – Sr.
24) Cesar Pena PG – Argentina
25) Jamar Porter SG – UCLA – Sr.
26) Quan Edwards PG – Kentucky – Fr.
27) Shawn Wright SF – Washington State – Fr.
28) Keith Williams SG – Miami – Fr.
29) Willie Burke SF – Florida – So.
30) Travis Buchanan SF – Texas – Fr.
31) Stevie McKinney – Michigan State – So.
32) Roderick Walker PF – Michigan – Fr.
33) Preston Jennings SF – LSU – So.
34) Jerry Townsend SG – Georgia Tech – Jr.
*35) Ziga Zupanic – PF - Slovenia
36) Tyson Elliot SG – Illinois – Jr.
37) Raymond Moore C – LSU – Sr.
38) Genwei Ming C – China
39) Malcom Crawford SG – Florida State
*40) Emanual Barea PF - Spain
41) Travis Ross SF – Central Michigan – Sr.
42) Gordon Snyder PG – Baylor – Sr.
43) Jamon Miles PG – Memphis – So.
44) Hans Klein SG – Germany
45) Wayne McCloud SF – Minnesota – Fr.
46) Shaun Shaw PF – Tennessee – Jr.
47) J.P. McDonald SF – Purdue – Sr.
48) Charles Valentine PG – China
*49) Praskovia Khruschev SF - Russia
50) Garry Robertson SF – Arizona State – Sr.
*51) Andre Holland PG – Oklahoma State – Fr.
52) Daniel Davis PG – Bradley - - Sr.
53) Joshua Taylor SG – Australia
54) Gerald Price SF – Oklahoma State – Fr.
*55) Glen Conner SG – Coastal Carolina – Jr.
*56) Glenn Lucas C – UCLA – Fr.
57) Malik Burke C – Clemson – So.
58) Darryl Dawson SG – Arizona – So.
*59) Dwight Manning PF – Mississippi State – Fr.
60) Jevon Jordan SF – Missouri – SF – Sr.
61) Darren Childress PF – St. Mary’s – Sr.
*62) Juan Parker SF - Spain
63) Darryl Houston PF – California – So.
*64) George Kennedy PG – Michigan State – So.
65) Lamont Ray C – Texas A&M – Sr.
66) Eric Carter PG – North Carolina – Jr.
*67) Kregg Gibson SF – Rice – Jr.
68) Kelvin Carlson PG – Lehigh – Sr.
*69) Damien Banks C – Ohio State – So.
70) Dex Freeman SF – Evansville – Sr.
* 71) Razlicko Kovacevic SG - Crotia
*72) Francis Holmes SF – Wisconsin – Fr.
73) Darren Bremer PF – Florida State – Jr.
*74) Damian Elliot SF – Cal State Fullerton - SF
75) Greg Mullin C – Nevada – Sr.
*76) Percy Battle PG – North Carolina – So.
77) Marcel Rhodes PG – Wisconsin-Green Bay – Sr.
*78) Tavon Freeman PF – Houston – Fr.
*79) Russell Gordon SF – Oregon State – Fr.
80) Jordan Mercer PG – Illinois – Sr.
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Fictional Draft Class 7

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Version 1 of draft class 7 can be found on 2kShare
File Name: FictionalDraft7ver1
Gamertag: Nsuplaya84

Version 2 of draft class 7 can be found on 2KShare
File Name: FictionalDraft7 ver2
Gamertag: xxxDreecexxx

Player of The Year – Monte Westbrook/Junior/Cincinnati

Defensive Player of the Year – Darryl Jones/Freshman/Cincinnati

Freshman of the Year – *Dorian Francis/Utah

First Team All Americans
G – Monte Westbrook – Cincinnati – Junior (15.6 ppg – 6.9 apg – 2.7 rpg - 1.6 spg)
G – Kregg Gibson – Rice – Senior (21.1 ppg – 4.1 rpg – 1.8 bpg)
F – Travis Buchanan – Texas – Sophomore (17.5 ppg – 6.1 rpg)
*F – Devon Blackshear –Temple – Sophomore (16.4 ppg – 7.4 rpg – 2.3 apg - 2.0 bpg)
C – Damian Banks – Ohio State – Junior (16.8 ppg – 10.1 rpg)

Second Team All Americans
G – Lamond Kane – TCU – Senior (13.8 ppg – 8.9 apg -2.4 spg)
*G – Scottie Bates – Stanford – Sophomore (17.7 ppg – 5.5 rpg – 1.2 spg)
G – Glen Conner – Coastal Carolina – Senior (19.2 ppg – 5.2 rpg – 1.6 spg – 1.5 bpg)
*F – Dwight Manning - Mississippi State – Sophomore (16.8 ppg – 5.9 rpg – 2.1 bpg)
*C – Glenn Lucas – UCLA – Sophomore (14.0 ppg – 11.9 rpg)

Third Team All Americans
*G – Andre Holland – Oklahoma State – Sophomore (15.3 ppg – 5.4 apg – 1.9 spg)
*G – Dorian Francis – Utah – Freshman (18.8 ppg – 5.8 rpg)
*F – Brent Clemons - Maryland – Junior (16.9 ppg – 6.7 rpg)
C - Joe Hodges – Illinois – Junior (15.1 ppg – 11.2 rpg)
*C – Eric Griffin – Washington – Sophomore (18.9 ppg – 7.5 rpg)

NCAA All Freshman Team
*G – Dorian Francis – Utah (18.8 ppg – 5.8 rpg)
*G – Zach Clemons – Depaul (19.2 ppg – 2.1 rpg)
F – Elan Baylor – Cincinnati (15.9 ppg – 6.0 rpg – 1.4 bpg)
*F – Andrew White – Syracuse (14.1 ppg – 7.7 rpg)
*C – Brandan Phillips – USC (14.5 ppg – 7.0 rpg – 2.1 bpg)




Big Board
*1) Devon Blackshear SF – Temple – So.
2) Elan Baylor SF – Cincinnati – Fr.
3) Giogios Dyonysius C – Greece
4) Hakan Yilmaz C – Turkey
5) Jacoby Ross PF – Cincinnati – Fr.
6) Monte Westbrook SG – Cincinnati – Fr.
7) Ziga Zupancic PF – Slovenia
*8) Rick Blaze SG – Sam Houston State – So.
9) Mario Oliverio PG – Italy
10) Darryl Jones SG – Cincinnati – Fr.
11) Travis Buchanan SF – Texas – So
*12) Justin Copeland PF – North Carolina – Fr.
13) Lamond Kane PG – TCU – Sr.
14) Razlicko Kovacevic SG – Croatia
15) Damien Banks C – Ohio State – Jr.
*16) Andre Holland PG – Oklahoma State – So.
17) Emanuel Barea PF – Spain
18) Glenn Stevenson SG – Ohio State – Fr.
*19) Brendan Phillips C – USC – Fr.
20) Praskovia Khruschev SF – Russia
*21) Ricky Fernandez C - Spain
22)*Kurtis Holden PF – North Carolina – Fr.
23) David Davenport PF – Cincinnati – Fr.
24) Juan Parker SF – Spain
25) Andrew White PF – Syracuse – Fr.
26) Kregg Gibson SF – Rice – Sr.
*27) Zach Clemons SG – Depaul – Fr.
*28) Glenn Lucas C – UCLA – So.
29) Sagana N’diaye PF – Nigeria
30) Tobias Rush SG – Florida – So.
*31) Dante Phillips C – USC – Fr.
32) Jonathan Allen PG – Illinois – Jr.
*33) Sergei Alenichev PG - Russia
34) Glen Conner SG – Coastal Carolina – Sr.
35) Damian Elliot SF – Cal State Fullerton – Sr.
36) Gerard Banks SF – Louisville – So
*37) Aaron Mitchell SG – Temple – Fr..
38) Jeff Wells PG – Maryland – Fr.
39) Tyronn Brooks SG – North Carolina – Fr.
40) Mirko Juric PG – Crotia
41) Paul Bledsoe PF – Florida – So.
42) Alonzo Garnett SF – Kentucky – Fr.
43) Bojan Tahirovic SG – Bosnia
*44) Francis Holmes SF – Wisconsin – So.
45) Rob Strong SG – North Carolina – Sr.
*46) Dwight Manning PF – Mississippi State – So.
47) Ed Jackson PG – West Virginia – So.
48) Corey Harris SG – Syracuse – Jr.
49) Victor Bradley PG – VCU – Jr.
50) Uriah Brown PG – Navy – Sr.
*51) Tavon Freeman PF – Houston – So.
52) Nat Hawkins PF – UNLV – So.
53) Wilson Ford SF – Wisconsin-Green Bay – Sr.
*54) Scottie Bates SG – Stanford – So.
55) Kalil Burns PF – Ohio State – Jr.
*56) Patrick Adams PG – UCLA – Fr.
57) Joe Hodges C – Illinois – Jr.
*58) Dorian Francis SG – Utah – Fr.
59) Amadi Adewuyi SF – Nigeria
60) Ricky Williams SG – Georgia Tech – Fr.
61) Abele Giordano PF – Italy
*62) Brent Clemons PF – Maryland – Jr.
63) Marion Austin C – Duke – Fr.
*64) Zack Hickson SF – Georgetown – Fr.
65) Jevon Justice C – Michigan State – So.
*66) Russell Gordon SF – Oregon State – So.
67) Janazek Potocnik PF – Slovenia
68) Joe Garrison PG – Michigan – So.
*69) Wes Kelley C – Michigan - So
70) DaMario Clancy C – Michigan – So.
71) Jonathan Gilbert SF – Purdue
*72) George Kennedy PG – Michigan State – Jr.
*73) Cameron King SF – Florida State – Fr.
74) Luciano Nascimento PG – Brazil
75) Wayne Anthony PG – Kansas – Jr.
76) Cole Harrington C – Wisconsin – So.
77) Lynn Daniels SG – New Mexico State – So.
*78) Callen Windham PF – Georgia Tech – So.
*79) Jase Lavisai PG – Hawaii – Fr.
*80) Makanoa Akana SF – Hawaii – So.
81) Kenny Aiken PF – Wake Forest – Fr.
82) Fanousek Novotny PG – Czech Republic
*83) Jared Henry SG – Georgia – Jr.
*84) Gheorghe Eminescu SG - Romania
85) Larry McKinney PF – Arizona – So.
86) Yaniv Yakobovitz C – Israel
87) Mamadou N’diaye C – Senegal
*88) Andre Garnett PF – San Diego State – So.
89) Mario Maxwell SG – Missouri – Sr.
90) Antwan Johnson C – Clemson – Jr.
91) Stacey Harrison PG – Miami – Jr.
*92) Eric Griffin C – Washington – So.
*93) Hank Graves PG – Wisconsin – So.
94) Malcolm Harper PG – Memphis – Jr.
*95) James Stevenson PG – BYU – Fr.
96) Glen Butler C – Texas A&M – Sr.
*97) Dimitris Gornev PG - Russia
98) Lewis Miller SF – Virginia – Sr.
*99) Anton West SG – NC State – Fr.
*100) Rico Pasqual SG – Florida – Fr.












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I can feel my anticipation rising!

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As usual, this looks absolutely amazing my man!
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Thanks again for all the hardwork. I look forward to these.
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please remove the "H" word from your post... lol that would help the cause & yes they will be on 2kshare.

I already did before you posted. LOL. I wasnt sure if you guys had "touched" up accessories in Draft Class to go along with the Roster.
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Yes sir, the first draft class will officially be on 2K Share no later than Saturday. Thanks for the compliments guys.
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First draft class is up on 2K Share under SimWorld Fictional Draft1. Xbox Live Gamertag is Nsuplaya84.
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downloading now, been looking forward to these since i bought 2k13

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