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PAC 10 Prospects

in a world where nobody cares about the PAC-10, this seattle native cant help but care...

i bring to you the top prospects of the pacific 10 conference (not in order) for the next few drafts

PF-Derrick Williams, 6'8'', FR, Arizona
SF-Quincy Pondexter, 6'6 1/2'', SR, Washington
PG-Nic Wise, 5'10'', SR, Arizona
SG-Patrick Christopher, 6'5'', SR, California
PG-Jerome Randle 5'9'', SR, California
SF-Marcus Johnson, 6'6'', SR, USC
SG-Klay Thompson, 6'6'', SO, Washington State
SG-Isaiah Thomas, 5'8'', SO, Washington
SG-Calvin Haynes, 6'2'', JR, Oregon State
C-Michael Dunigan, 6'10'', SO, Oregon
SG-Tajuan Porter, 5'6'', SR, Oregon
SF-Theo Robertson, 6'6'', SR, California
SG-Malcolm Lee, 6'4'', SO, UCLA
PF-Nikola Dragovic, 6'9'', SR, UCLA
PG-Jerime Anderson, 6'1', SO, UCLA
SF-Landry Fields, 6'7'', SR, Stanford
SG-Jeremy Green, 6'4'', SO, Stanford
PF-DeAngelo Casto, 6'8'', SO, Washington State
PG-Malcolm Armstead, 5'10'', SO, Oregon
C-Roeland Schaftenaar, 6'11'', SR, Oregon State
C-Eric Boateng, 6'10'', SR, Arizona State
SG-Trent Lockett, 6'5'', FR, Arizona State
PG-Reggie Moore, 6'2'', FR, Washington State
SF-Rihards Kuksiks, 6'6'', SR, Arizona State
SG-Dwight Lewis, 6'5'', SR, USC
PF-Nikola Vucevic, 6'10'', SO, USC
PF-Alex Stepheson, 6'9'', JR, USC


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I believe Derrick Williams

I believe Derrick Williams could be a lotto pick next year with another good season

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I like Landry Fields. He has

I like Landry Fields. He has gotten really good, really fast. Jerome Randle is the prototypical Chicago PG; tough and physical, like Collins.

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Tajuan Porter of Oregon

Tajuan Porter of Oregon isn't a prospect, but he can get hot from 3 point land. Just thought I'd say that lol

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nice. landry is very very

nice. landry is very very good. much better then i thought he was. cant wait till stanfords top 10-15 recruiting class come sin next year

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well starting with ucla,

well starting with ucla, neither dreagovic nor andersen will ever smell the nba draft. In fact Tyler Honeycutt is their best pro prospect and i think possibly the best pro prospect in the entire pac 10. Trust me, he is atheltic and long and will have a break out year next year.

Also, you should take tejuan porter and jeremy green off this list. They are both seniors and neither have any chance of being drafted.

I think 3 players total will be drafted this year. I see Pondexter going late first round and patrick cristopher and theo robertson going second round.

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are you talking about green

are you talking about green from stanford?..im pretty sure he's a soph

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Is he, my bad then. In that

Is he, my bad then. In that case then he defenitely has potential to maybe be a pick. He has a great stroke, one of the best in the conference. And he appears to be about 6-6 which is good height for an nba sg.

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yeah. with him anothny brown

yeah. with him anthony brown my nephew and dwight powell .....im telling ya'll look out for standford 2 years from now

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yeah i figure next year will

yeah i figure next year will be a rebuilding year, but green should shine and the recruiting class is deep. I've read two different sites, one had ucla's recruiting class as the best in the pac 10 and the other had stanford as the best. But both are considered top 15 in the nation.

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yeah...the majority has

yeah...the majority has stanford's but the ones that have ucla have them because of josh smith , who i like, but hes a hamburger away from being tractor traylor. plus in the game si saw him in in vegas and on espn he plays lazy. very talented though. if he sheds weight and gets fire under him he could easily play like dexter pittman as a freshman

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yeah the bruins had the

yeah the bruins had the number 1 class 2 years ago with 5 top 50 recruits, and that turned out to be a huge let down. Jrue holiday bounced after doing little. Drew Gordon transfered to new mexico. Jerime andersen looks like a career backup. J'Mison Morgan who was a 5 star recruit and was supposed to start from day one has looked like a walk on so far and given nothing. That pretty much leaves Malcolm Lee and that's it. So we have to wait to see the freshmen prove it before i get excited over the ranking.

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its funny because i was

its funny because i was never excited about that class. i thought all of those guys were good when i saw them but not one(even holiday) looked like a game changer to me. they all looked like guys who would be there four years and have pretty good careers

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yea its still somewhat early

yea its still somewhat early in their careers in regard to that '08 bruins class. Let's see how these 3 guys that are left in Morgan, Andersen, and Lee do during the rest of their time there at ucla. Obviously gorden was a punk and left the program when things got tough. He said after his freshman year that he wasn't going to transfer, he was going to stay and prove to people what he could do. We see how that turned out. The thing these guys have to understand is you have to be committed to defense in howland's system. You're not gonna win games by trying to outscore people, defense comes first then scoring. But I see why no one outta that '08 class got run as freshmen, aside from holiday (and he looked like a regular freshman, not the hs player of the year) they weren't ready at all to play...

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