2011 NBA Draft Combine List

Wed, 05/11/2011 - 4:30pm

The following is a list of players scheduled to participate in the Chicago "draft combine" from May 18-22. The combine has been scaled back to essentially a non-contact shoot around plus an interview process for teams with selected players. The combine is closed to media (aside from ESPN).

Keith Benson 6-11 225 C Oakland Sr.
Marshon Brooks 6-5 190 SG Providence Sr.
Alec Burks 6-6 185 PG/SG Colorado So.
Jimmy Butler 6-7 190 SG Marquette Sr.
Norris Cole 6-2 170 PG Cleveland St. Sr.
Kenneth Faried 6-8 240 PF Morehead St. Sr.
Jimmer Fredette 6-2 190 PG BYU Sr.
Andrew Goudelock 6-2 200 PG/SG Charleston Sr.
Jordan Hamilton 6-7 208 SG/SF Texas So.
Ben Hansbrough 6-3 190 PG/SG Notre Dame Sr.
Justin Harper 6-10 225 SF/PF Richmond Sr.
Tobias Harris 6-8 210 SF/PF Tennessee Fr.
Tyler Honeycutt 6-7 195 SF UCLA So.
Scotty Hopson 6-7 205 SG Tennessee Jr.
Kyrie Irving 6-2 175 PG Duke Fr.
Reggie Jackson 6-2 180 PG/SG Boston College Jr.
Rick Jackson 6-10 250 PF Syracuse Sr.
Charles Jenkins 6-3 220 PG Hofstra Sr.
JaJuan Johnson 6-10 220 PF Purdue Sr.
Cory Joseph 6-3 190 PG Texas Fr.
Enes Kanter 6-11 261 PF/C Kentucky Fr.
Brandon Knight 6-3 175 PG Kentucky Fr.
Malcolm Lee 6-5 180 PG UCLA Jr.
Kawhi Leonard 6-7 220 SF San Diego St. So.
Travis Leslie 6-4 210 SG Georgia Jr.
Jon Leuer 6-10 215 PF Wisconsin Sr.
DeAndre Liggins 6-5 190 SG Kentucky Jr.
David Lighty 6-5 190 SG Ohio St. Sr.
Shelvin Mack 6-2 190 PG/SG Butler Jr.
DeMetri McCamey 6-3 203 PG Illinois Sr.
Etwaun Moore 6-3 170 PG/SG Purdue Sr.
Darius Morris 6-4 190 PG Michigan So.
Marcus Morris 6-9 230 PF Kansas Jr.
Markieff Morris 6-10 245 PF Kansas Jr.
Lucas Nogueira 7-0 210 PF Brazil 1992
Chandler Parsons 6-7 210 SF Florida Sr.
Jereme Richmond 6-7 205 SF Illinois Fr.
Josh Selby 6-3 183 PG Kansas Fr.
Iman Shumpert 6-5 210 PG/SG G. Tech Jr.
Kyle Singler 6-8 220 SF Duke Sr.
Chris Singleton 6-9 221 SF/PF Florida St. Jr.
Jamie Skeen 6-9 250 PF VCU Sr.
Greg Smith 6-10 249 PF/C Fresno St. So.
Nolan Smith 6-3 180 PG/SG Duke Sr.
Isaiah Thomas 5-10 170 PG Washington Jr.
Malcolm Thomas 6-9 230 PF San Diego State Sr.
Trey Thompkins 6-9 245 PF Georgia Jr.
Klay Thompson 6-6 190 SG Washington St. Jr.
Tristan Thompson 6-9 230 PF Texas Fr.
Jeremy Tyler 6-9 235 PF USA 1991
Nikola Vucevic 6-10 240 PF USC Jr.
Kemba Walker 6-0 179 PG UConn So.
Derrick Williams 6-9 235 PF Arizona So.
Jordan Williams 6-10 260 PF Maryland Jr.

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HOW is Corey fisher not on

HOW is Corey fisher not on this list! he should at least be given somewhat of a chance to make the NBA! I know his stock has fallen, but its not like he had a horrible year in terms of his production....I know it might sound like I'm ranting, but I dont want Corey Fisher to end up Undrafted like Scottie Reynolds before him :(

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Corey Fisher definately has a

Corey Fisher definately has a better chance of making the league then Ben Hansborough

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why isn't Bismack on this list?

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where the hell is matthew

where the hell is matthew bryan-amaning?!

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Let's not rush the panic button here...

The draft combine isn't the draft itself, it's just a series of drills for scouts to evaluate players. Just because certain players are not participating does not mean they won't get drafted.

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BISMACK is not there because he goes to the ADIDAS euro-camp which is schedueled in about 4 weeks in Treviso.

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