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Best College PG of the 2000's

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Best College PG of the 2000's

Jay Will-DUKE


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dang dude..u didnt have to

dang dude..u didnt have to delete it...hahahaha

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Derrick Rose, Chris Paul

Derrick Rose, Chris Paul were great...Deron Williams was solid at Illinois......

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Lol I had screw'd up fam,

Lol I had screw'd up fam, but its alot of PG's tho, I just think he was awesome specially in the clutch

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Some guys that were really

Some guys that were really good, but often forgotten about because their lack of success at the next level.

Pepe Sanchez
Aaron Miles
TJ Ford
Hollis Price
Dan Dickau

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Jay Williams is the best

Jay Williams is the best college PG I've ever seen...But I'm only 17 so cut me some slack lol

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In my biased opinion I think

In my biased opinion I think that Ty Lawson deserves to be on this list or at least in consideration. He could do whatever he wanted to on the court and made incredibly good decisions. He owned close to a 3.5 to 1 assist:turnover ratio. averaged 17+7 and was the best player on that ultra talented UNC championship team. He played remarkably consistant and left it all out on the floor.

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Yea I'm only 19 but I think

Yea I'm only 19 but I think he was prolly the best the last 10 years.

Derrick Ravio was straight to me as well.....as far as guards that didn't get alot of recognition

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Damn

Either Im old or time flys. I was going to mention sleepers like Khalid El-Amin or Mateen Cleaves but they graduated in 2000. Rose was great but played only one year. Ford was great too but I would have to go with J-Will. Don't forget about Jameer Nelson too.

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jameer nelson and dwest

They had a magical season together at St. Joe's

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Number one is def Jay

Number one is def Jay Will

Ty Lawson is up there but in all consideration he wasnt better than Raymond Felton

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Jay Will was pretty amazing

Jay Will was pretty amazing and a guy who got his degree in 3 years before going pro, but I remember Kirk Hinrich taking it to him in the tournament!

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I thought JWill was a can't

I thought JWill was a can't miss superstar. He would pull up from anywhere and had a pure stroke. I'm trying to think of a better one but can't.

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j will was great

Jason Williams-duke
Raymond Felton-unc
Ty Lawson-unc
Chris Paul-wake forest
Deron Williams-Illinois
Gerry Mcnamara (maybe a sg)-Syracuse
Kirk Heinrich-Kansas
Derrick Rose-Memphis
Tj Ford-Texas
Dj Augustine-Texas
Mario Chalmers ( just because of the shot LOL)-Kansas
Tyreke Evans-Memphis
Steve Blake-Maryland
Marcus Williams-Uconn
Jameer Nelson-St. Joes

my top 15 in no order.. John Wall doesnt make it because this is 2010

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This will shock some people,

This will shock some people, but Omar Cook in his 1 year at St. Johns was a great PG. He was 2nd in the nation in assists. Also, broke Mark Jackson's record of assists in a game with 17. I am pretty sure he played the 2000-01 college basketball season.

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