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TOP 25 Seniors FOR 2013-14 Season COLLEGE BASKETBALL

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TOP 25 Seniors FOR 2013-14 Season COLLEGE BASKETBALL

1. Doug Mc Dermott (Creighton)

2. Adrian Payne (Michigan State)

3. Patrick Young (Florida)

4. Corey Jefferson (Baylor)

5. Dwight Powell (Stanford)

6. Russ Smith (Louisville)

7.Deonte Burton (Nevada)

8. CJ Fair (Syracuse)

9. Juvonte Reddic (VCU)

10. Alec Brown (Wisconsin Green Bay)

11. Devon Collier (Oregon State)

12. Sean Killpatrick (Cincinnati)

13. Travis Wear (UCLA)

14. Chaz Williams (UMASS)

15. Cleanthony Early (Wichita State)

16. Shabazz Napier (UCONN)

17. Keith Appling (Michigan State)

18. Fuquan Edwin (Senton Hall)

19. Cleveland Melvin (DePaul)

20. Tarik Black (Memphis)

21. Branden Frazier (Fordham)

22. Michael Dixion (Memphis)

23. CJ Wilcox (Washington)

24. James Bell (Villanova)

25. Aaron Craft( Ohio State)

*List Is not in order but these 25 guys will sign big contracts either overseas or nba level
Top 25 junior list will be done wednesday


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good list. No stars there,

good list. No stars there, but some solid players that could contribute at the next level.

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I think cleanthony early is

I think cleanthony early is kinda low... That boy can play with anyone on the college level... As much as I love Payne... #2 seems a lil high for him... unless his back to the basket game really enhanced

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if you read it,

It says NOT IN ORDER. If it was, it would really suck.

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Tarik Black transferred to

Tarik Black transferred to Kansas, he's no loner at Memphis. Either way I'd replace him with Joe Jackson who is a far superior player and prospect anyway. Overall I like the list.

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I actually like Geron Johnson

I actually like Geron Johnson more as an NBA prospect. He's got the size, length and strength to defend either guard position. He can be a nasty defender who can do a little bit of everything offensively. I think he has 3rd guard potential based on his defensive ability alone. Reminds me a little of Jarrett Jack.

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I didn't want to sound too

I didn't want to sound too greedy asking for two more Memphis players on the list haha. Jackson is the bigger name so I went with him because Black kinda sucks. No disagreements with Johnson being the better prospect, he's a better all around player and has better size. I'm really excited to have such a deep backcourt this year.

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Thanks for putting Cleveland

Thanks for putting Cleveland Melvin on there. I really hope he gets drafted

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Yeah, Joe Jackson should be

Yeah, Joe Jackson should be on there. He was easily Memphis' best player last season and the main reason they won over 30 games. I like him better as a prospect than many of the players you listed. While he is somewhat small for the PG position, he is super fast, a good defender, and has a very nice mid range game.

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Seniors.

I see 6 or seven of these guys in the nba at one point. The only one I see having a shot at starting someday is McDermott, but that's still a long shot. Most go overseas.

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Patrick Young is an

Patrick Young is an underachiever who should have been blossomed.

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Will Sheehey

from Indiana beat most of those guys for a spot on the World University Games team.

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I'm guessing this is an NBA

I'm guessing this is an NBA draft list as opposed to a college production list considering alec brown is on there. Either way, Joe Harris, SG/SF from UVA should be on here. One of the early frontrunners for ACC POY. Also Akil Mitchell PF from UVA is projected as a 2nd round pick on this site.
He's pretty tough and athletic to go with a promising skill set so he should get some consideration as well.

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i agree mcdermott could

i agree mcdermott could start. i think adrian payne and sounds crazy, but aaron craft are long shots to start. payne has a nice game and craft is one of the best at what he does. then there's about 15 others on that list that are fringe players in which they might make the league at one point or another. i get this feeling keith appling will have a good year.

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Alec Brown is a 225 center

Alec Brown is a 225 center who shoots over 2 threes per game and averages 6 rebounds per game in a mid major. He needs to be a lot lower on the list. I thought he was intriguing out of high school and have followed his NCAA career, and he's not NBA material in my mind.

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C'mon, JoeWolf, the list

C'mon, JoeWolf, the list isn't in order! But, point taken, nonetheless

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ohh im stupid... I thought

ohh im stupid... I thought the list was in order... didn't read that last part... since that's the case... ur list is nice

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