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Prospects Yet to Have a Profile

Just compiling a list of prospects that have yet to have an updated profile:

Ekpe Udoh - Baylor
Kevin Seraphin - France
Jerome Jordan - Tulsa
Dwayne Collins - Miami
Art Parakhouski - Radford
Magnum Rolle - Louisiana Tech
Luke Harangody - Notre Dame
Nemanja Bjelica - Serbia
Quincy Pondexter - Washington
Landon Milbourne - Maryland
Raymar Morgan - Michigan State
Tasmin Mitchell - LSU (has a scouting report but overall rating isn't there)
Ludovic Vaty - France
Theo Robertson - California
Roderick Flemings - Hawaii


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by profile

do you mean ratings of the 12 categories listed under each prospect.

All great mentions, but have to add in Charles Jenkins from Hofstra University.

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I Mean..

Prospects to not have rating under the 12 categories and a scouting report.

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Okay

I think it will happen mid-way through conference play. I would like the site to do more work on mid-major players like the guys you mentioned and Charles Jenkins. It would be nice.

Blackflash, have u ever seen Charles Jenkins play???

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Charles Jenkins..

I haven't seen him play before. Who does he play like and what r his stats?

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Well

I am not a fan of making comparisions. Though he is a 6 foot 3 inch 220 pound guard. He is a junior. This site has him as a high second rounder in the 2011 draft. You can look at his stats if you click on his profile.

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Tasmin Mitchell plays for

Tasmin Mitchell plays for LSU.

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LOL..

I wasn't thinking correctly lol. Just rushing through this list. I edited it though. Thanks!

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Jeremy Lin

This guy needs to be added to the list. He's been killing it in Division 1 basketball. Big name coachs are giving him props where it is due. Jim Calhon said,"He has a very good understanding of the game and is as good as any other pg in the big east". I think this kid can make it into the pro's playing a back up roll. Game play is kind of like Steve Blakes but with more defense and attacks the rim better offensivily and deffensivly.

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Great call on Jeremy Lin. He will be a coach's dream to have. To me there is nothing he can't do he possess a little bit of everything in his game.

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Kevin Jones

Kevin Jones

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Jeremy Lin

Seen this cat lead Palos Altos High School upset Mater Dei in the State Championship game at Arco Arena back in 2006. Since then I always knew he was legit. He had his priorities in tact by selecting Harvard to play ball, rather than staying home and playing for Stanford (not even sure if they offered him a basketball scholarship).

But, it worked out well for him anyway. He's played better than expected, but has played lights out against major D-1 opponents. Putting up 30 on UCONN w/Kemba Walker defending you will open some eyes, but he's been doing this his entire time at Harvard!

Here's something I was able to find on Jeremy:

[quote]"He boasts an all-around repertoire rarely on display. Last season Lin was the only player in the nation to rank among the top 10 players in his conference in points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks, field goal percentage, free throw percentage and 3-point percentage.

This year? He is merely second in the Ivy League in scoring (18.6 points), 10th in rebounding (5.3), fifth in field goal percentage (51.6 percent), third in assists (4.6), second in steals (2.4), sixth in blocked shots (1.2) and top of the pile in turning the heads of esteemed basketball minds, including Hall of Famer Jim Calhoun.

"I've seen a lot of teams come through here, and he could play for any of them," the longtime UConn coach said of Lin. "He's got great, great composure on the court. He knows how to play."[/quote]

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i think either pick would

i think either pick would have been good( my nephew just signed with stanford over harvard. they give athletic scholarships but its extremely hard to get in. they have the same requirements as harvard) i like this kids game and like how he has stepped up against good comp.

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Randy Culpepper Jacob

Randy Culpepper
Jacob Pullen
Donald Sloan
Jeremy Hazell
Howard Thompkins
Dominique Jones

All of these players are proving to be good enough prospects to have a scouting report on...

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just off the top of my

just off the top of my head:

klay thompson
darryl bryant
lawrence westbrook
trevon hughes
steven gray
talor battle
donald sloan
kelvin lewis
calvin haynes
derrick williams (6'9'' freshman for zona)

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Jerome Jordan

I'm curious about what Aran has to say about Jerome Jordan of Tulsa...

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Darrington Hobson

I mentioned this in a previous thread but again I point it out. Where is the love for Darrington Hobson out of New Mexico Aran? Very highly regarded kid coming out of high school and spent a few years in the juco ranks know he is doing his thing for the Lobos at the SG/SF spots. Good size (6'7" 210 lbs) and putting up very good numbers 16.5 ppg, 7.8 rebs and 4.3 ast

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nbadraft.net REALLY needs to

nbadraft.net REALLY needs to go to Provo, Utah and see Jimmer Fredette play. There was just an article about how Armon Johnson is a sleeper PG prospect on this site. Well Fredette recently dropped 33 points and 6 assists on him in only 16 attempted shots. This guy last season dropped 23 points and 9 assists on Jeff Teague. He is a basketball player and I could see him being a solid backup PG in the NBA. TAKE A LOOK AT HIM NBADRAFT.NET!!!!!!!!!!!! Jimmer Fredette a 6'2" 195 PG from Brigham Young University averaging 19.5 ppg, 5.4 apg.

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