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2010 Portsmouth Invitational: Official Rosters

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2010 Portsmouth Invitational: Official Rosters

Cherry Bekaert & Holland

Jordan Eglseder Northern Iowa C 7' 0"
Laurence Ekperigin LeMoyne F 6' 7"
Dior Lowhorn San Francisco F 6' 7"
Theo Robertson California F 6' 6"
Stephen Dennis Kutztown G 6' 6"
Devan Downey South Carolina G 5' 9"
David Kool Western Michigan G 6' 3"
Edwin Ubiles Siena G 6' 6"

Coaches : Dennis Koutoufas & Ben Moore

K&D Rounds Landscaping

Marqus Blakely Vermont F 6' 5"
Jason Love Xavier F 6' 9"
Tasmin Mitchell Louisiana State F 6' 7"
Ryan Wittman Cornell F 6' 7"
Rodney Green LaSalle G 6' 5"
Trevon Hughes Wisconsin G 6' 0"
Donald Sloan Texas A&M G 6' 3"
Deon Thompson North Carolina G 6' 9"

Coaches : Jim Markey & Patrick Dulin

Norfolk Sports Club

Gerald Lee Old Dominion C 6' 10"
Tony Crocker Oklahoma F 6' 6"
Bryan Davis Texas A&M F 6' 9"
Tweety Carter Baylor G 5' 11"
Chas McFarland Wake Forest G 7' 0"
A.J. Slaughter Western Kentucky G 6' 3"
Jamar Smith Southern Indiana G 6' 3"
Ryan Thompson Rider G 6' 6"

Coaches : Mike Head & Mark Butts

Portsmouth Partnership

Jeff Foote Cornell C 7' 0"
Anthony Johnson Fairfield F 6' 8"
Tyren Johnson Louisiana-Lafayette F 6' 8"
Dwight Lewis Southern California F 6' 5"
J.P. Prince Tennessee F 6' 7"
Mikhail Torrance Alabama G 6' 5"
Ben Uzoh Tulsa G 6' 3"
Lawrence Westbrook Minnesota G 6' 0"

Coaches : Dave Trickler & Eric Acra

Portsmouth Sports Club

Omar Samhan Saint Mary C 6' 11"
Da'Sean Butler West Virginia F 6' 7"
Patrick Christopher California F 6' 5"
Sylvester Seay Fresno State F 6' 9"
DeShawn Sims Michigan F 6' 8"
Denis Clemente Kansas State G 6' 1"
Marquez Haynes Texas-Arlington G 6' 3"
Tory Jackson Notre Dame G 5' 11"

Coaches : Tony Holloway & P.J. Honore

Roger Brown's

Brian Zoubek Duke C 7' 1"
Wayne Chism Tennessee F 6' 9"
Marquis Gilstrap Iowa State F 6' 6"
Lazar Hayward Marquette F 6' 6"
Osiris Eldridge Illinois State G 6' 3"
James Florence Mercer G 6' 1"
Kevin Palmer Texas A&M-Corpus Christi G 6' 6"
Jerome Randle California G 5' 10"

Coaches : Billy Mann & John Kelly

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Gavin Edwards Connecticut F 6' 10"
Landry Fields Stanford F 6' 7"
Landon Milbourne Maryland F 6'7"
Zachery Peacock Georgia Tech F 6' 8"
Jermaine Beal Vanderbilt G 6' 3"
Kyle Gibson Louisiana Tech G 6' 5"
Obi Muonelo Oklahoma State G 6' 5"
Ishmael Smith Wake Forest G 6' 0"

Coaches : Leo Anthony & Mac Carroll

Tidewater Sealants

Hamady Ndiaye Rutgers C 6' 11"
Roderick Flemings Hawaii F 6' 7"
Marcus Ginyard North Carolina F 6' 5"
Adam Koch Northern Iowa F 6' 8"
Michael Washington Arkansas F 6'9"
Aubrey Coleman Houston G 6' 4"
Jeremy Lin Harvard G 6' 3"
Nic Wise Arizona G 5' 10"

Coaches : Max Gillespie & Jerry Hasty


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when do these games start

when do these games start and anyone know where i can watch?

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April 7-10 Ive never seen

April 7-10

Ive never seen any of these games on t.v. maybe in the virginia area they come on

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thanks. There are a lot of

thanks. There are a lot of guys that i think can get drafted on those rosters.

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Portsmouth is going to tell

Portsmouth is going to tell more about whether (and when) Omar Samhan gets taken than anything else to this point. Three straight says where he won't be the biggest man on the floor facing better athletes will be a big test for him. The first game against Jason Love and Deon Thompson will be the smallest he will see all week.

I am somewhat surprised Rautins and Onuaku decided not to play. Maybe Onuaku is still hurt, but what is the reason for Rautins?

I wonder if Butler or Zoubek drop out if they end up playing on Monday night. It is a really short turnaround for whoever plays in the title game, though both can use all the exposure they can get.

Roger Brown's appears stacked. Randle, Chism, Butler, Gilstrap, and Hayward all were All-Conference players in big conferences. Osiris Eldridge was solid in the MVC. James Florence was a big time scorer, but I am sure it will be his job to show off his distributing skills. Zoubek will go be big. They seem like they should roll through the tournament barring bad chemistry.

It is also a big chance for Wittman and Lin. I'm not that down on Wittman after the Kentucky game. It was highest profile game he had all year, but it wasn't the only time he faced athletes all year. Teams will also look at the film from Bama, Seton Hall, Syracuse, St. Johns, Kansas, Temple, and Wisconsin. Lin is more likely to have really capture some team's eyes because these kinds of events are made for point guards. They will have the ball. Most bigs and wings really have to do something defensively to catch an eye, but points will be able to dictate the offense.

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blakelyt

im tellin everyone marqus blakely in nice hes gonna put in work..won the slam dunk contest and is gonna put in work...keep an eye amd ear open im tellin you

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blakelyt

im tellin everyone marqus blakely in nice hes gonna put in work..won the slam dunk contest and is gonna put in work...keep an eye amd ear open im tellin you

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Gald to see Denis Clemente

Gald to see Denis Clemente on the roster. He's the fastest player in college basketball IMO. The pride of Kansas State...and Puerto Rico

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The three guys I want to

The three guys I want to succeed most are, as follows.

Gerald Lee PF/C 6'10" out of ODU: I root for players from the CAA, I go to a CAA school any time a CAA player succeeds looks great for the conference.

Edwin Ubiles SG 6'6" out of Siena: He needs to really show up to prove the NBA scouts that he can play ball to have a shot at getting drafted. Guy has all the tools, but his head isn't always there.

Ryan Thompson SG 6'6" out of Rider: If you think the name is familiar, well it is. His older brother is Jason Thompson on the Kings. I saw him play live against Hofstra in Bracket Busters this year, and he had a career high of 38 points, fun to watch him play. I doubt he will get drafted, but just because his brother plays in the NBA he will get a try out on a Summer League team.

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Maybe he can be the next

Maybe he can be the next Carlos Arroya, their both from there and they have a similar style of play.

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I can see that comparison

I can see that comparison alot birdzilla

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im pulling for the pac 10

im pulling for the pac 10 guys:

jerome randle
theo robertson
patrick cristopher
nic wise
landry fields
dwight lewis

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Im pulling for the Tennessee

Im pulling for the Tennessee guys, i think Jp Prince will really improve his stock.

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top team is portsmouth sports club

The best team includes Samhan, Da sean Butler, and Denis clemente. All three of these guys should be steals in the second round( i think Butler is worthy of a first round pick). They also have Patrick christopher from cal and Sims from Michigan.

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Does anyone know how you can

Does anyone know how you can watch these games?

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Harvard

Glad to see Jeremy Lin in the field as well. If the right team drafts him or signs him as a free agent I believe he has the potential to become a solid back up. Don't let the Ivy league status fool you, this guy can play.

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I'm surprised to see Butler

I'm surprised to see Butler in the PIT. You don't normally see too many projected first round picks playing in this tournament.

I agree with a poster up there. Rautins should be playing in this.

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Marquis Gilstrap is probably

Marquis Gilstrap is probably the most underrated player in this draft. He will earn a gig after this is over.

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Unfortunately no one gets to

Unfortunately no one gets to see it on t.v. except on the news if your in Virginia's tidewater area, luckily I have the luxery to go see them play because the game is being played 15 min away from my crib.

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Rodney Green is a guy who I

Rodney Green is a guy who I think could make an NBA roster, very experienced, good scorer decision maker and defender and a very experienced player, kind of was forgotten playing for LaSalle, could use some work on his outside shooting, but has enough moves he can score in other ways. I look forward to see how he does in Portsmouth, I think he could sneak into the 2nd round.

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