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2011 adidas Nations: College Game Footage

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 10:47pm

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During the 2011 adidas nations we were able to get some footage of the collegiate counselors. While we have a good sample of the games we only recorded at best 1/3 of the games played. Thus we don't have any footage of Miles Plumlee, Jalen Kendrick, and Adonis Thomas although they participated and played during the camp. To get a more in depth report and analysis of the college counselors performances please read our 2011 adidas Nations: College Recap article. Below are our videos in order that we recorded them but not the actual order of games themselves given that 2 games were played simultaneously.

Game 1 part 1

Names and numbers of the player in the above video are: [player: Jared Sullinger #32], Thomas Robinson #30 , Patric Young #40 , Tu Holloway #2 , David Wear #33, Travis Wear #43 (black), Rob Jones #6 , Lazeric Jones #7 , Trey Ziegler #15 , Damian Lillard #9 , Deshaun Thomas #23, Kyle Weems #35 , Yancy Gates #43 (white), Lorenzo Brown #3 , and Dion Dixon #20.

Game 1 part 2

Names and numbers of the player in the above video are: [player: Jared Sullinger #32], Thomas Robinson #30 , Patric Young #40 , Tu Holloway #2 , David Wear #33, Travis Wear #43 (black), Rob Jones #6 , Lazeric Jones #7 , Trey Ziegler #15 , Damian Lillard #9 , Deshaun Thomas #23, Kyle Weems #35 , Yancy Gates #43 (white), Lorenzo Brown #3 , and Dion Dixon #20.

Game 2

Names and numbers of the player in the above video are: Perry Jones #21, Jared Sullinger #32, Thomas Robinson #30 , Ryan Harrow #42, Travis Wear #34, Mason Plumlee #25, Will Barton #4 , LeBryan Nash #22, Pierre Jackson #0, Ryan Allen #14, Lazeric Jones #7, Rob Jones #6, Marquis Teague #12 and Trey Ziegler #15,

Game 3

Names and numbers of the player in the above video are: Joe Jackson #1, Jared Sullinger #32, Thomas Robinson #30 , Ryan Harrow #42, Yancy Gate #43, Will Barton #4, Kyle Weems #35, Ralph Sampson Jr #31, Damian Lillard #9, Lorenzo Brown #3, Rob Jones #6, Lazeric Jones #7, David Wear #33r, and Trey Ziegler #15.

Here is a link to watch footage from the 2011 adidas nations high school games

# Player Pos. Height College School Year
4 Will Barton G 6' 6 Memphis Sophomore
3 Lorenzo Brown G 6' 5 NC State Sophomore
20 Dion Dixon G 6' 5 Cincinnati Senior
43 Yancy Gates F 6' 9 Cincinnati Senior
42 Ryan Harrow PG 6' 0 Kentucky Sophomore
2 Tu Holloway PG 6' 0 Xavier Senior
1 Joe Jackson PG 6' 0 Memphis Sophomore
0 Pierre Jackson PG 5' 10 Baylor Junior
21 Perry Jones F 6' 11 Baylor Sophomore
6 Rob Jones F 6' 6 Saint Mary's College Senior
8 Jelan Kendrick F 6' 6 Mississippi Sophomore
9 Damian Lillard G 6' 2 Weber State Junior
22 LeBryan Nash F 6' 7 Oklahoma State Freshman
25 Mason Plumlee F 6' 9 Duke Junior
24 Miles Plumlee F 6' 10 Duke Senior
30 Thomas Robinson F 6' 8 Kansas Junior
31 Ralph Sampson Jr F 6' 10 Minnesota Senior
32 Jared Sullinger F 6' 9 Ohio State Sophomore
12 Marquis Teague PG 6' 2 Kentucky Freshman
13 Adonis Thomas G-F 6' 6 Memphis Freshman
23 Deshaun Thomas F 6' 7 Ohio State Sophomore
33 David Wear F 6' 9 UCLA Sophomore
34 & 43 Travis Wear F 6' 9 UCLA Sophomore
35 Kyle Weems F 6' 6 Missouri State Senior
40 Patric Young F 6' 8 Florida Sophomore
15 Trey Zeigler G 6' 5 Central Michigan Sophomore

14 Ryan Allen SG 6'3 Senior Milwaukee- Wisconsin Senior

7 Lazeric Jones PG 6'0 UCLA Senior

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Watched the game 2 clip, and

Watched the game 2 clip, and noticed a few things. Jared Sullinger is looking very slow, particularly on defensive rotations, I can see him being a liability against PFs in the NBA unless he develops his quickness over the next year.

Perry Jones showed flashes of brilliance, but he's no SF, more of a versatile PF, and I get the feeling he'd be very successful as a complementary player to a star ala Pau Gasol-Kobe Bryant relationship.

Barton definitely needs to bulk up, as players were jumping on the chance to back him down whenever he was defending them. I don't see him as a PG either as he made some bad turnovers and doesn't seem that confident in his dribble, he's definitely a 2-guard at the next level, and needs to adjust his frame to suit.

Overally, I wasn't very impressed with the finishing ability of many players in this game, a lot of them have a long way to go towards being NBA calibre players.

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