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Portsmouth Invitational Tournament 2013

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Portsmouth Invitational Tournament 2013

It is roster day. The full rosters should be out tonight.

https://twitter.com/PITourney/status/320204616501428224/photo/1

Vander Joaquim, Hawaii
Jack Cooley, Notre Dame
Maurice Kemp, ECU
Will Clyburn, Iowa State
Scott Wood, NC State
D.J. Richardson, Illinois
Lamont Jones, Iona
D.J. Cooper, Ohio
Mouphtaou Yarou, Villanova
Brandon Davies, BYU
Keith Clanton, UCF
Ryan Broekhoeff, Valpo
D.J. Seeley, CSU-Fullerton
Ian Clark, Belmont
Elijah Johnson, Kansas
Mark Lyons, Arizona

Others...
Stan Okoye, VMI
Travis Releford, Kansas
Jordan Hulls, Indiana
Colt Ryan, Evansville
Khalif Wyatt, Temple
Chris Evans, Kent State
OD Anosike, Siena
Derrick Nix, Michigan State
Erick Green, Va Tech (invited)
Peyton Siva, Louisville (invited)


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No UW Badger Love

I though Jarred Berggeren might get a look. 6'10, athletic and can post you up and three point (college anyway) range.

Entering his fifth year in the Wisconsin program, Jared Berggren has built himself into one of the premier big men in college basketball. Berggren started all 36 games for the Badgers in 2011-12 and posted career highs in every category. Possessing a versatile offensive game, Berggren has UW's best array of interior post-moves since Mike Wilkinson, but also has the ability to step outside and knock down shots, shooting 37 percent from 3-point range as a junior.

The Princeton, Minn., native has also demonstrated major improvement at the defensive end, posting 60 blocks in 2011-12 - the third-highest single-season total in UW history - and 32 steals. For a big man, Berggren possesses remarkable quickness, as he owns the school's post-player record for the 300-yard shuttle run (50.19 seconds), the team's agility drill (6.67 seconds) and the standing vertical jump (33 inches).

If not to the NBA, I think this guy will play overseas.

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That isn't a complete

That isn't a complete list.
I'm pretty sure he'll get an invite.

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Looking at that list, i dont

Looking at that list, i dont see any of those guys becoming a breakout star and surprising people..I doubt if any of them even get drafted...

But i'm interested to see how Will Clyburn performs in a pro setting....He can help himself by having a good camp.....

Scott Wood is smart,competive,plays well off the ball and 1 of the best shooters in the nation..He should get some looks in some team's training camp...Memphis can use a guy like him off the bench...Wood reminds me of former Chicago Bull player Jud Buechler....

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Yeah, I think Berggren will

Yeah, I think Berggren will definitey get a spot with the production he's put out. And I like Releford, with his size, experience, and versatility, I think there is a place for him on an NBA roster. Broekhoff could surprise people. And if Siva attends this, I think he will definitely make the First Team and dominate this thing.

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It's some nice talent this

It's some nice talent this year. I'm going to make that 40 minute trip to Churchland this year.

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James Ennis should have a

James Ennis should have a good shot at improving his stock here

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Dont sleep on Jamal

Dont sleep on Jamal Olasewere, plays very similar to Gerald Wallace..

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https://www.portsmouthinvitational.com/uploads/Bam_Testing_Chart_2013_PI...
BAM Testing

Last First HT WT Reach Wingspan
Anosike* O.D. 6-7 242.8 108.0 87.5
Bell-Holter* Damen 6-7.75 252.4 104.5 83
Berggren* Jared 6-9.75 225.2 108.5 83
Booker* Devin 6-7.50 241.6 104.0 84.5
Boynton* Kenny 6-1 186.8 96.5 77.5
Broekhoff* Ryan 6-5.5 201 104 81.5
Brown* Tyler 6-1 169.8 97 77
Buckner Reginald 6-7.50 241.2 82.5
Clanton* Keith 6-7.75 249.2 109 86.5
Clark* Ian 6-2.25 172.8 98.5 78.5
Clarke* Rotnei 5-11 183.8 95.0 74
Clyburn* Will 6-5.5 205.8 104.5 84
CohenP Jake 6-9.50 229.8 108 83
Cooley* Jack 6-8 244 104.5 85.5
CooperP D.J. 5-10.25 172.8 95.5 77
Council Vincent 6-0.5 180.2 96 77.5
Covington* Robert 6-6.25 209.6 106 86
Daniel* Ed 6-5.50 228.4 102.0 85
Davies* Brandon 6-8.5 234.4 108.5 86
Davis A.J. 6-4 203.4 103.0 81
Davis* Dwayne 6-3.5 207.6 105.5 79.5
Dillard* Kevin 5-10.75 171.4 97 79
Drew* Larry TBD
EnnisP James 6-5.75 206.0 105.0 83.5
Evans* Chris 6-5 220.4 103.5 82
Foster* Kevin 6-1.5 219.4 99.5 80.5
Gaddy Abdul 6-2.50 195 99.5 79.5
Galloway* Ramon 6-1.75 174.4 98.0 79.5
Hagins*D Jamelle 6-7.75 229.8 108 85
Hall Carl 6-6 220.0 104.0 83.5
Holloway* Murphy 6-5.50 238.0 103.5 83.5
Hulls Jordan 5-10.75 171.6 93.5 73
Joaquim Vander 6-9 252 109 86.5
Johnson Elijah 6-2.50 193.6 97.5 76.5
JonesP Lamont 5-11.25 193.8 94 74
Kemp* Maurice 6-6.5 176.2 105 84.5
Lyons* Mark 6-0.25 195.4 96.5 77.5
Marshall* Anthony 6-1.5 199.2 100.5 82
McGruder* Rodney 6-3.5 201 101 77.5
Minnerath* Nick 6-6.75 211.2 104 82.5
Motum* Brock 6-8 228.6 102.5 82.5
N’Diaye Aziz 6-10.75 259.4 113 90.5
OkoyeP Stan 6-3 203.6 102.5 86
OlasewereP Jamal 6-4.75 218 103 83
Painter Deshawn 6-7.50 226 107.5 85.5
Releford* Travis 6-4.25 204.2 99.0 81.5
Richardson* D.J. 6-2.25 188 98 76
Rosario* Mike 6-1.5 183.6 96.5 76.5
Ryan* Colt 6-4.5 195.2 95 76.5
Scott Durand 6-2.75 197.8 100.0 80.5
Seeley* D.J. 6-2.25 190 98 78
Singler* E.J. 6-5.25 211.4 102.0 79
Smith Andrew 6-9.75 242 103.5 83
Story Malik 6-3.25 217.8 99.0 79
Strickland Dexter 6-2.50 177.4 99.5 80.5
Tapley* Chase 6-1.5 202.6 80
Turner* Elston 6-3.75 220.4 99.5 80
Vaughn* Kwame 6-2.75 187.4 98.5 78.5
Wood Scott 6-4.75 176.8 105 76.5
Woods Tony 6-9.5 238.6 109.5 86
Wyatt Khalif 6-2.50 215.0 101.5 80.5
Yarou Mouphtaou 6-8.25 260 107 84.5

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Brandon Davies with a 7'2"

Brandon Davies with a 7'2" wingspan and a 9' standing reach. That will help his cause.

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For a bouncy athlete whose

For a bouncy athlete whose skills have developed a little bit every year, Davies' measurements certainly aren't bad. The most physically impressive guy is Aziz N'Diaye. He came in at 6' 10 3/4" (and if memory serves Portsmouth measures them without shoes), 259 lbs, with a 7' 6 1/2" wingspan, and a 9' 5" standing reach. Even though he is an older guy, to me, he still fits the profile of someone a team would want to bring into the summer league and training camp. He is never going to be the most skilled guy in the world, but it is not every day that a guy comes out of college with the kind of size that big by NBA standards and also is a pretty decent athlete. Clyburn, Kevin Foster, and Jack Cooley also had big + wingspans, and also have put together good game lines so far. Cooley has averaged 13 and 15 per through 2 games (the team went 0-2). His teammate Clyburn had one big 25 point game and one dud, 3 points on 1-7 shooting. Foster had 13 points and 6 assists in his only game. Robert Covington had averaged 18.5 points and 8.5 rebounds through 2 games. Combine that with him being a 6' 7" small forward with a 7' 2" wingspan, he would seem to be making the most of his opportunity. Nick Minnerath was not someone I knew about, but measured out well for a small forward and had 16 points. I didn't realize his back story until I just searched him a moment ago. http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130226/SPORTS0203/302260351

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