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Top 5 college point guards 2009-2010 Season

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Top 5 college point guards 2009-2010 Season

IN NO ORDER.....

1.) Sherron Collins
2.) Kalin Lucas
3.) Nic Wise
4.) John Wall
5.) Kemba Walker


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My list

1.Sherron Collins (I hate KU but Collins is very gifted)
2.John Wall (he will be the 2nd best PG in the nation, but will be the top pick)
3.Kalin Lucas (super quick and can run an offense better than anyone on my list)
4.Isaiah Thomas (a super good scorer at the 1, will be a better PG this season)
5.Denis Clemente(K-State Wildcats!, arguably the fastest player end to end in the nation)

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i hate clemente he dropped

i hate clemente he dropped 40 on my horns last year

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Sherron Collins John

Sherron Collins
John Wall
Kalin Lucas
Kemba Walker
Nic Wise

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Warren could be in the mix

Warren could be in the mix if he's considered a point.

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Warren is a combo and will

Warren is a combo and will see very little time at the point with Mcdonalds all american Tommy Mason Griffin coming in

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Yeah I'm thinking Warren and
Yeah I'm thinking Warren and actually Thomas probably both slide over to the off guard position this year thanks to freshmen Mason-Griffin and Abdul Gaddy
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John Wall is the top Pg in

John Wall is the top Pg in the country.......6'4 super quick,athletic, sick handles, #1 Pick in the Draft

Sherron Collins

Kalin Lucas

Isiah Thomas

Nic Wise, Kemba Walker

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