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  • #1262709
    NorrinRaddNorrinRadd
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    This might be my most extensive big board of the year, as it’s about that time of year where we are figuring out who’s who in the pecking order. With this draft so up in the air with that, I have a big list of prospects who can play professional ball at least somewhere… Always appreciate additional big boards or mock drafts or comments even on the thread…

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    Alexandre Sarr – PF/C – France
    Zaccharie Risacher – F – France
    Tidjane Salaun – F – France
    Nikola Topic – G – Serbia
    Matas Buzelis – F – Gleague
    Ron Holland – F – GLeague
    Ja’Kobe Walter – G – Baylor
    Stephon Castle – G – UConn
    Aaron Bradshaw – C – Kentucky
    Zvonimir Ivisic – C – Kentucky
    Kyshawn George – SG/SF – Miami(FL)
    Cody Williams – G/SF – Colorado
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    Reed Sheppard – G – Kentucky
    Robert Dillingham – PG – Kentucky
    Justin Edwards – SG/SF – Kentucky
    Jared McCain – G – Duke
    Bub Carrington – G – Pitt
    Kwame Evans, Jr. – F – Oregon
    Yves Missi – C – Baylor
    Donovan Clingan – C – UConn
    Oso Ighodaro – F/C – Marquette
    Kel’el Ware – C – Indiana
    Milan Momcilovic – F – Iowa State
    DaRon Holmes – PF/C – Dayton
    Darlinstone Dubar – SG/F – Hofstra
    Darren Buchanan, Jr. – F – George Washington
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    Melvin Ajinca – SG/F – France
    Pacome Dadiet – SG/SF – Germany
    Hansen Yang – C – China
    Malique Lewis – F – GLeague
    Tyler Smith – PF/C – GLeague
    Thierry Darlan – G – GLeague
    DJ Wagner – G – Kentucky
    Kanaan Carlyle – G – Stanford
    Myles Rice – G – Washington State
    Isaiah Collier – G – USC
    PJ Hall – PF/C – Clemson
    Kyle Filipowski – C – Duke
    Baba Miller – F – Florida State
    Ryan Dunn – SG/F – Virginia
    Ajay Mitchell – G – UC Santa Barbara
    4
    Bobi Klintman – F – Australia
    Trentyn Flowers – G/F – Australia
    AJ Johnson – G – Australia
    Ariel Hukporti – C – Germany
    Izan Almansa – PF/C – Spain
    Juan Nunez – PG – Spain
    Makenzie Mgbako – PF/C – Indiana
    Zach Edey – C – Purdue
    Wooga Poplar – SG – Miami(FL)
    Bronny James – SG/SF – USC
    Keion Brooks, Jr. – SG/SF – Washington
    Dalton Knecht – G/SF – Tennessee
    Dillon Jones – SF – Weber State
    Jaedon LeDee – PF/C- Sand Diego State
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    Trevon Brazile – C – Arkansas
    Grant Nelson – PF/C – Alabama
    Judah Mintz – G – Syracuse
    Baye Ndongo – PF – Georgia Tech
    Kam Jones – G – Marquette
    Tyler Kolek – G – Marquette
    Tristen Newton – G – UConn
    Alex Karaban – PF – UConn
    Ryan Kalkbrenner – C – Creighton
    Trey Alexander – G – Creighton
    Michael Ajayi – G – Pepperdine
    Jonathan Mogbo – PF/C – San Francisco
    Johnell Davis – G – Florida Atlantic
    Tyon Grant-Foster – SG/SF – Grand Canyon
    David Parker, Jr. – SG/SF – NC State
    Tyrese Proctor – PG – Duke
    Caleb Foster – G – Duke
    Hunter Sallis – G – Wake Forest
    Kevin McCullar – SG/SF – Kansas
    Malik Reneau – F – Indiana
    Jaylon Tyson – SG/SF – Cal
    Tristan Da Silva – F – Colorado
    Garrett Johnson – SF – George Washington
    Xzayvier Brown – G – St. Joseph’s
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    Johni Broome – PF/C – Auburn
    Coen Carr – SG/F – Michigan State
    RJ Davis – G – UNC
    Chris Bell – SG/SF – Syracuse
    Reece Beekman – G – Virginia
    Dailyn Swain – – Xavier
    Desmond Claude – SG/SF – Xavier
    Andrej Stojakovic – SG/SF – Stanford
    Kobe Johnson – G/SF – USC
    Nachlan Olbrich – F/C – Australia
    Alex Toohey – SG/SF – Australia
    Lucas Ugoin – SG -France
    Ruben Prey – PF/C – Portugal
    Babacar Sane – F – GLeague
    PJ Haggerty – G – Tulsa
    Keyshawn Hall – F – George Mason
    Aidan Mahaney – G – St. Mary’s
    Adama Bal – G/SF – Santa Clara
    Javian McCollum – G – Oklahoma
    Jaxson Robinson – SG/SF – BYU
    Brandon Garrison – C – Oklahoma State
    Emanuel Miller – F – TCU
    Achor Achor – F – Samford
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    Andrej Jelavic – PF/C – Croatia
    Nikola Djurisic – G/SF – Serbia
    Terrence Edwards, Jr. – SG/SF – James Madison
    LeJuan Watts – F – Eastern Washington
    Saint Thomas – SG/SF – Northern Colorado
    Tucker DeVries – SG/SF – Drake
    Riley Kugel – G – Florida
    David Jones – SG/SF – Memphis
    Sion James – SG/F – Tulane
    Harrison Ingram – F – UNC
    Jeremy Roach – PG – Duke
    Dillon Mitchell – F – Texas
    Dylan Disu – F – Texas
    Owen Freeman – PF/C – Iowa
    Cam Spencer – G – UConn
    Branden Carlson – PF/C – Utah
    Aaron Scott – SG/SF – North Texas
    JT Toppin – PF/C – New Mexico
    Donovan Dent – PG – New Mexico
    Roddy Gayle, Jr. – SG – Ohio State
    Jalen Bridges – PF/C – Baylor
    RayJ Dennis – G – Baylor
    Jamal Shead – G – Houston
    LJ Cryer – G – Houston
    Terrance Arceneaux – SG/SF – Houston
    Omaha Biliew – PF/C – Iowa State
    Elmarko Jackson – G – Kansas
    Otega Oweh – SG/SF – Oklahoma
    Milos Uzan – G – Oklahoma
    Kadin Shedrick – C – Texas
    Matthew Cleveland – F – Miami(FL)
    Nijel Pack – G – Miami(FL)
    Devin Carter – G – Providence
    Antonio Reeves – SG/SF – Kentucky
    Tre Mitchell – PF/C – Kentucky
    Adou Thiero – F – Kentucky
    Babacar Sane – SF – GLeague
    Mantas Rubstavicius – Australia
    Ulrich Chomche – C – Cameroon
    Quinten Post – C – Boston College
    Joel Soriano – C – St. John’s
    Alijah Martin – SG – Florida Atlantic
    Taran Armstrong – PG – Australia
    Great Osobor – PF/C Utah State
    Isaiah Stevens – G – Colorado State
    Tramon Mark – SG/SF – Arkansas
    Jarin Stevenson – PF/C – Alabama
    Aaron Estrada – G – Alabama
    Clarence Daniels – SG/SF – New Hampshire
    Baylor Scheierman – G/SF – Creighton
    Boo Buie – G – Northwestern
    Xavier Booker – PF/C – Michigan State
    Coleman Hawkins – PF/C – Illinois
    Caleb Love – G – Arizona
    Aden Holloway – PG – Auburn
    Allen Flanigan – SG/SF – Ole’ Miss
    Layden Blocker – PG – Arkansas
    Tyler Harris – SG/SF – Portland
    Blake Buchanan – PF/C Virginia
    Rasheer Fleming – PF – St. Joseph’s
    Christ Essandoko – C – St. Joseph’s
    VaSean Allette – G – Old Dominion
    Anton Watson – F – Gonzaga
    Gabe McGlothan – F – Grand Canyon

    Lots of changes as we have seen a true piece of what prospects are producing… hope you enjoyed/were entertained… Also, I’ll drop more prospects that are even more fringe just to continue the super longer shots below…

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  • #1262710
    NorrinRaddNorrinRadd
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    THE SUPER LONG SHOT FRINGE:

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    Yannick Kraag – SG/SF – Netherlands
    Motiejus Krivas – C – Lithuania
    Nikola Saranovic – SG/SF – Serbia
    Fedor Zugic – G – Montenegro
    Eli John N’Diaye – SF – Senegal
    Ousmane N’Diaye – PF/C – Senegal
    Leonardo O’Keke – F/C – Italy
    Roko Prkacin – F/C – Croatia
    Agustin Ubal – SG/SF – Uruguay
    Lachlan Olbrich – C – Australia
    Nathan Missia-Dio – F – OTE
    Pelle Larsson – SG/SF – Arizona
    Kylan Boswell – G – Arizona
    Keshad Johnson – F – Arizona
    KJ Lewis – F – Arizona
    Jackson Shelstad – PG – Oregon
    KJ Simpson – G – Colorado
    Aday Mara – C – UCLA
    Adem Bona – C – UCLA
    Owen Freeman – C – Iowa
    Cam Christie – SG/SF – Minnesota
    Jahmir Young – PG – Maryland
    Deshawn Harris-Smith – SG – Maryland
    Brice Williams – SG/SF – Nebraska
    Bruce Thornton – G – Ohio State
    Jamison Battle – SG/SF – Ohio State
    Zed Key – PF – Ohio State
    Clifford Omoruyi – Rutgers
    Tamin Lipsey – G – Iowa State
    Johnny Furphy – F – Kansas
    Hunter Dickinson – C – Kansas
    Langston Love – SG – Baylor
    Emanuel Sharp – G – Houston
    Jalon Moore – SF – Oklahoma
    Nae’Qwan Tomlin – C – Memphis
    Mark Mitchell – PF – Duke
    Sean Stewart – PF – Duke
    Jamir Watkins – SG/SF – Florida State
    Ian Schieffelin – F – Clemson
    Elliot Cadeau – PG – UNC
    Parker Friedrichsen – G – Wake Forest
    Nochad Omier – PF – Miami(FL)
    JJ Starling – SG – Syracuse
    Maliq Brown – F – Syracuse
    Mike James – SG – Louisville
    Mark Armstrong – PG – Villanova
    Eric Dixon – PF – Villanova
    Quincy Olivari – G – Xavier
    Josh Oduro – PF/C – Providence
    Drew Fielder – PF/C – Georgetown
    Cedric Coward – SG/SF – Eastern Washington
    Duke Miles – G – High Point
    Drew Pember – PF/C – UNC Asheville
    Trazarien White – SG/SF – UNC Wilmington
    Tyler Thomas – G – Hofstra
    Money Williams – G – Montana
    Tyrone Marshall, Jr. – SG/F – Western Kentucky
    Nolan Hickman – G – Gonzaga
    Chibuzo Agbo – SF – Boise State
    Zhuric Phelps – SG – SMU
    Erik Reynolds II – G – St. Joseph’s
    Eric Gaines – G – UAB
    Simeon Cottle – G – Kennesaw State
    Jalen Blackmon – G – Stetson
    Chaz Lanier – G – North Florida
    Robert McCray V – G – Jacksonville
    Kevin Cross – PF – Tulane
    Zeke Mayo – G – South Dakota State
    Sherif Gross-Bullock – SG/SF – Bryant
    Amar’e Marshall – G – Albany
    Derin Saran – G – UC Irvine
    Amari Williams – C – Drexel
    Lamar Wilkerson – G – Sam Houston State
    Isaiah Crawford – SF – Louisiana Tech
    Daniel Batcho – C – Louisiana Tech
    Trey Townsend – SF – Oakland
    Tanner Holden – SG/SF – Wright State
    Xaivian Lee – G – Princeton
    Danny Wolf – C – Yale
    Malik Mack – PG – Harvard
    Corey Washington – SG/SF – St. Peter’s
    Jonas Aidoo – PF/C – Tennessee
    Rylan Griffen – SG/SF – Alabama
    Micah Handlogten – C – Florida
    Walter Clayton, Jr. – G – Florida
    Zyon Pullin – G – Florida
    Matthew Murrell – SG – Ole’ Miss
    Sean East II – G – Mizzou
    Tamar Bates – SG – Mizzou
    Blake Hinson – F – Pitt
    John Blackwell – G – Wisconsin
    Brooks Barnhizer – SG/SF – Northwestern
    Payton Sandfort – F – Iowa
    Cam Estevez – G – Rhode Island
    Max Shulga – G – VCU
    Chad Venning – PF/C – St. Bonaventure
    Mikeal Brown-Jones – F – UNC Greensboro
    Carlos Marshall, Jr. – SG/SF – Santa Clara
    Jevon Porter – PF/C – Pepperdine
    Tyler Harris – F – Portland
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    London Johnson – SG – GLeague
    Armel Traore – F – France
    Lefteris Mantzoukas – PF – Greece
    Juan Fernandez – F – Argentina
    David Okwera – C – Australia
    Ben Henshall – SG – Australia
    Luka Scuka – PF – Slovenia
    Jaylin Williams – PF – Auburn
    Chad Baker-Mazara – SG/SF – Auburn
    Tre Donaldson – G – Auburn
    Josiah-Jordan James – SF – Tennessee
    Mark Sears – PG – Alabama
    Jabri Abdur-Rahim – SF – Georgia
    Noah Thomasson – G – Georgia
    Silas Demary, Jr. – SG – Georgia
    Jaemyn Brakefield – F – Ole’ Miss
    Tolu Smith – C – Mississippi State
    Meechie Johnson – G – South Carolina
    BJ Mack – PF – South Carolina
    Jordan Wright – F – LSU
    Alex Condon – C – Florida
    Wade Taylor IV – G – Texas A&M
    Kadary Richmond – G/SF – Seton Hall
    Dre Davis – SG/SF – Seton Hall
    Hassan Diarra – G – UConn
    Hakim Hart – SF – Villanova
    TJ Bamba – SG/SF – Villanova
    Justin Moore – SG/SF – Villanova
    Tyler Burton – F – Villanova
    David Joplin – F – Marquette
    Jayden Pierre – G – Providence
    Bryce Hopkins – F – Providence
    Jahmyl Telfort – F – Butler
    Connor Turnbull – PF/C – Butler
    Jayden Epps – G – Georgetown
    Dontrez Styles – SG/SF – Georgetown
    Supreme Cook – PF – Georgetown
    Chico Carter – G – DePaul
    Scotty Middleton – SG/SF – Ohio State
    Felix Okpara – C – Ohio State
    AJ Storr – SG/SF – Wisconsin
    Steven Crowl – C – Wisconsin
    Fletcher Loyer – G – Purdue
    Trey Kaufman-Renn – PF – Purdue
    Melvin Colvin – SG – Purdue
    Ty Berry – G – Northwestern
    Zacharie Perrin – F – Illinois
    Terrence Shannon, Jr. – SG/SF – Illinois
    Josh Dix – SG – Iowa
    Tony Perkins – G – Iowa
    Ben Krikke – PF/C – Iowa
    Dawson Garcia – C – Minnesota
    Mike Mitchell, Jr. – G – Minnesota
    Joshua Ola-Joseph – SG/SF – Minnesota
    Julian Reese – PF – Maryland
    Keisei Tominga – G – Nebraska
    Juwan Gary – F – Nebraska
    CJ Wilcher – SG – Nebraska
    Ace Baldwin, Jr. – Penn State
    Will Tschetter – PF – Michigan
    Tarris Reed, Jr. – PF/C – Michigan
    Tyson Walker – PG – Michigan State
    Jaden Akins – G – Michigan State
    Cam Carter – G – Kansas State
    Arthur Kaluma – F – Kansas State
    Will McNair, Jr. – C – Kansas State
    Pop Isaacs – G – Texas Tech
    Darrion Williams – SF – Texas Tech
    Dajuan Harris, Jr. – G – Kansas
    Dan Skillings, Jr. – SG/SF – Cincinnati
    Johnny Newman III – SG/SF – Cincinnati
    Jaxson Robinson – SG/SF – BYU
    Micah Peavy – SG/SF – TCU
    Jameer Nelson, Jr. – G – TCU
    J’Wan Roberts – F – Houston
    Raequan Battle – SG – West Virginia
    Jesse Edwards – C – West Virginia
    John Hugley IV – C – Oklahoma
    Max Abmas – PG – Texas
    Tyrese Hunter – PG – Texas
    Jaylin Sellers – G – UCF
    Javon Small – G – Oklahoma State
    Nate Bittle – C – Oregon
    Maxime Raynaud – C – Stanford
    Sebastian Mack – G – UCLA
    Fardaws Aimaq – C – Cal
    Boogie Ellis – G – USC
    Jordan Pope – G – Oregon State
    Armando Bacot – C – UNC
    Cormac Ryan – SG – UNC
    Seth Trimble – G – UNC
    Kevin Miller – PG – Wake Forest
    Leon Bond III – SG – Virginia
    Tyler Nickel – SF – Virginia
    Chauncey Wiggins – PF/C – Clemson
    RJ Godfrey – F – Clemson
    Quadir Copeland – SG/SF – Syracuse
    Devin McGlockton – F – Boston College
    Baye Fall – C – Arkansas
    Josh Hubbard – PG – Mississippi State
    Dedan Thomas, Jr. – PG – UNLV
    Isaiah Cozart – PF – Eastern Kentucky
    Leland Walker – G – Eastern Kentucky
    Tucker Anderson – SG/F – Central Arkansas
    Derrin Boyd – G – Lipscomb
    DeMarcus Sharp – G – Austin Peay
    Max Brooks – SG/SF – UMass-Lowell
    Cam Morris – SF – UMass-Lowell
    TJ Long – G – Vermont
    Earl Timberlake – F – Bryant
    Clarence Daniels – SG/SF – New Hampshire
    Tymu Chenery – SG/SF – Binghampton
    Dion Brown – G – UMBC
    Franck Emmou – G – UMBC
    Mason Williams – SG – Eastern Washington
    Brian Goracke – SG/SF – Montana State
    Patrick McMahon – SG/SF – Montana State
    Duncan Powell – PF – Sacramento State
    KJ Doucet – F – Winthrop
    Kimani Hamilton – SF – High Point
    Taje’ Kelly – PF – Charleston Southern
    A’Lahn Sumler – G – Charleston Southern
    Chandler Turner – SF – Radford
    Trae Broadnax – G – South Carolina Upstate
    Devin Tillis – SF – UC Irvine
    Francis Nwaokaorie – SF – San Diego
    Aniwaniwa Tait-Jones – SG/SF – San Diego
    Hayden Gray – G – San Diego
    Elijah Pepper – G – UC Davis
    Ty Johnson – G – UC Davis
    De’Sean Allen-Eikens – SG/SF – Cal State Northridge
    Dionte Bostick – G – Cal State Northridge
    Keonte Jones – SG/SF – Cal State Northridge
    CJ Fulton – G – Charleston
    James Scott – C – Charleston
    Justin Moore – G – Drexel
    Xander Rice – G – Monmouth
    Christian May – SG/SF – Towson
    Tyler Tejada – F – Towson
    Anthony Dell’Orso – SG/SF – Campbell
    Tae Hardy – G – UTEP
    Noah Reynolds – G – Green Bay
    Brandon Noel – F – Wright State
    Markeese Hastings – SG/SF – Robert Morris
    Caden Pierce – F – Princeton
    Tyler Perkins – G – Penn
    Chisom Okpara – F – Harvard
    Amarri Tice – SG/SF – Quinnipiac
    Jean Aranguren – G – Iona
    Sean Durugordon – SG – Siena
    Enrique Freeman – SG/SF – Akron
    Basheer Jihad – PF – Ball State
    Ryan Conwell – G – Indiana State
    Cade Yyson – SG/SF – Belmont
    Joshua Hughes – F – Evansville
    Riley Minix – F – Morehead State
    Dennis Evans – C – Louisville
    Tre White – SG/SF – Louisville
    Carey Booth – PF/C – Notre Dame
    Zak Austin – SG/SF – Pitt
    Kowacie Reeves, Jr. – SG/SF – Georgia Tech
    Skyy Clark – G – Louisville
    Jahvon Quinerly – PG – Memphis
    Nick Jourdain – PF – Memphis
    Jason Edwards – G – North Texas
    Nik Graves – G – Charlotte
    Dishon Jackson – C – Charlotte
    Igor Milicic, Jr. – PF/C – Charlotte
    Nicholas Boyd – G – Florida Atlantic
    Yaxel Lendenborg – PF – UAB
    Chuck Harris – G – SMU
    Selton Miguel – G – South Florida
    Colby King – G – Tulane
    Collin Holloway – SF – Tulane
    Ezra Ausar – PF/C – East Carolina
    Brandon Johnson – F – East Carolina
    Christian Tucker – G – UTSA
    Carlton Linguard, Jr. – C – UTSA
    Colby Rogers – G – Wichita State
    Mekhi Mason – SG – Rice
    Jared Garcia – PF – Tulsa
    Tyshawn Archie – PG – Tulsa
    Matt Reed – PF/C – Tulsa
    Nate Santos – SF – Dayton
    Koby Brea – SG/SF – Dayton
    Neal Quinn – C – Richmond
    Isaiah Bigelow – SG/SF – Richmond
    Dji Bailey – SG – Richmond
    David Green – SF – Rhode Island
    James Bishop IV – G – George Washington
    Maximus Edwards – G – George Washington
    Josh Cohen – PF/C – UMass
    Matt Cross – F – UMass
    Daniel Hankins-Sanford – F – UMass
    Toibu Lawal – F – VCU
    Keyshawn Hall – F – George Mason
    Amari Kelly – PF – George Mason
    Charles Pride – G – St. Bonaventure
    Kellen Thames – SG – St. Louis
    Cameron Brown – SF – St. Joseph’s
    Bobby Durkin – SF – Davidson
    Jimmy Clark III – G – Duquesne
    AJ Staton-McCray – SG – Samford
    Alex Williams – SG/SF – Furman
    Vonterius Woolbright – SG/SF – Western Carolina
    Jeremy Lorenz – F – Wofford
    Sam Alexis – PF – Chattanooga
    Jake Davis – SF – Mercer
    Jamal West, Jr. – SF – Nicholls
    D’Ante Bass – SG/SF – Alabama State
    Frankie Fidler – SG/SF – Omaha
    Obinna Anochili-Killen – F – Marshall
    Joe Charles – SG/SF – Louisiana
    Kobe Julien – SG/SF – Louisiana
    Mitchell Saxen – C – St. Mary’s
    Marcus Williams – G – San Francisco
    Mike Sharavjamts – SG/F – San Francisco
    Ndewedo Newbury – SF – San Francisco
    Graham Ike – PF/C – Gonzaga
    Houston Mallette – SG – Pepperdine
    Shemar Wilson – F – UT Arlington
    Ali Abdou Dibba – G – Abilene Christian
    Hasan Abdul-Hakim – SG/SF – UT Rio Grande Valley
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    Mathias M’Madi – G – Madagascar
    Zsombor Maronka – PF – Hungary
    Sam Mennenga – PF – New Zealand
    Iggy Mitchell – PG – Australia
    Jaylin Galloway – SG/SF – Australia
    Josh Bannan – PF – Australia
    David Muoka – PF – Hong Kong
    Boris Tisma – F – Croatia
    Michael Caicedo – SG/SF – Spain
    Lucas Ugolin – G – France
    Matthew Strazel – PG – France
    Urban Klavzar – PG – Slovenia
    Musa Sagnia – SG/SF – Gambia
    Mantas Rubstavicius – SG/SF – Lithuania
    Teafale Lenard, Jr. – SG/SF – GLeague
    Latrell Wrightsell, Jr. – G – Alabama
    Will Baker – C – LSU
    Jalen Reed – PF – LSU
    Tyrell Ward – SG/SF – LSU
    Josh Hubbard – PG – Mississippi State
    Tyrese Samuel – PF/C – Florida
    Khalif Battle – SG – Arkansas
    Tyrin Lawrence – G – Vanderbilt
    Ven-Allen Lubin – PF – Vanderbilt
    Tyler Wahl – PF – Wisconsin
    Max Klesmit – G – Wisconsin
    Braden Smith – PG – Purdue
    Lance Jones – G – Purdue
    Mason Gillis – F – Purdue
    Ryan Langborg – G – Northwestern
    Marcus Domask – SG/SF – Illinois
    Justin Harmon – G – Illinois
    Xavier Johnson – G – Indiana
    Trey Galloway – SG – Indiana
    Isaiah Ihnen – PF – Minnesota
    Donta Scott – PF – Maryland
    Rienk Mast – C – Nebraska
    Josiah Allick – PF – Nebraska
    Kanye Clary – PG – Penn State
    Qudus Wahab – C – Penn State
    Nimari Burnett – G – Michigan
    Terrance Williams II – F – Michigan
    Olivier Nkamhoua – PF – Michigan
    Dug McDaniel – PG – Michigan
    AJ Hoggard – G – Michigan State
    Malik Hall – PF – Michigan State
    Aundre Hyatt – F – Rutgers
    Mawot Mag – SF – Rutgers
    Derek Simpson – G – Rutgers
    Austin Williams – G – Rutgers
    Joe Toussaint – PG – Texas Tech
    Chance McMillian – G – Texas Tech
    Kerwin Walton – SG – Texas Tech
    David Nguessan – PF – Kansas State
    Jayden Nunn – G – Baylor
    JK Adams – F – Kansas
    Viktor Lakhin – C – Cincinnati
    Simas Lukosius – F – Cincinnati
    Jizzle James – PG – Cincinnati
    Trevin Knell – SG – BYU
    Spencer Johnson – SG – BYU
    Noah Waterman – C – BYU
    Richie Saunders – SG – BYU
    Fousseyni Traore – PF – BYU
    Dallin Hall – G – BYU
    Keshon Gilbert – SG – Iowa State
    Tre King – F – Iowa State
    Hason Ward – PF/C – Iowa State
    Jakobe Coles – F – TCU
    Avery Anderson III – G – TCU
    Chuck O’Bannon, Jr. – SG/SF – TCU
    Trevian Tennison – G – TCU
    Ja’Vier Francis – PF – Houston
    Darius Johnson – PG – UCF
    Marchelus Avery – SG/SF – UCF
    Ibrahima Diallo – C – UCF
    Quinn Slazinski – PF – West Virginia
    Noah Farrakhan – PG – West Virginia
    Kerr Kriisa – G – West Virginia
    Bryce Thompson – SG/SF – Oklahoma State
    Erik Dailey, Jr. – PF – Oklahoma State
    Darin Green, Jr. – SG – Florida State
    Primo Spears – G – Florida State
    Cam Corhen – C – Florida State
    Jalen Warley – SG/SF – Florida State
    Cam’Ron Fletcher – F – Florida State
    DJ Horne – G – NC State
    DJ Burns, Jr. – C – NC State
    Jayden Taylor – G – NC State
    Cameron Hildreth – G – Wake Forest
    Andrew Carr – C – Wake Forest
    Efton Reid III – C – Wake Forest
    Isaac McKneely – G – Virginia
    Jacob Groves – C – Virginia
    Sean Pedulla – PG – Virginia Tech
    Lynn Kidd – C – Virginia
    Hunter Cattoor – G – Virginia
    Joseph Girard III – G – Clemson
    Claudell Harris, Jr. – G – Boston College
    Jaeden Zackery – G – Boston College
    Mason Madsen – G – Boston College
    Donald Hand, Jr. – SG – Boston College
    Markus Burton – PG – Notre Dame
    JR Konieczny – SG/SF – Notre Dame
    Tae Davis – F – Notre Dame
    Carey Booth – C – Notre Dame
    Guillermo Diaz-Graham – C – Pitt
    Jaland Lowe – G – Pitt
    Miles Kelly – SG/SF – Georgia Tech
    Naithan George – G – Georgia Tech
    Kyle Sturdivant – G – Georgia Tech
    Brandon Huntley-Hatfield – C – Louisville
    JJ Traynor – SF – Louisville
    Curtis Williams – SG – Louisville
    Al-Amir Dawes – G – Seton Hall
    Dylan Addae-Wusu – G/SF – Seton Hall
    Isaiah Coleman – SG – Seton Hall
    Samson Johnson – PF/C – UConn
    Jordan Longino – SG – Villanova
    Mason Miller – SF – Creighton
    Fredrick King – C – Creighton
    Daniss Jenkins – G – St. John’s
    RJ Luis – SG/SF – St. John’s
    Solomon Ball – G – UConn
    Dayvion McKnight – PG – Xavier
    Abou Ousmane – C – Xavier
    Gytis Nemeiksa – SG/SF – Xavier
    Trey Green – PG – Xavier
    Garwey Dual – G – Providence
    Pierre Brooks – SG/F – Butler
    DJ Davis – PG – Butler
    Posh Alexander – PG – Butler
    Landon Moore – G – Butler
    Jaden Henley – G – DePaul
    Elijah Fisher – SG/SF – DePaul
    Jermaine Couisnard – G – Oregon
    N’Faly Dante – C – Oregon
    Mookie Cook – SG/SF – Oregon
    Oumar Ballo – C – Arizona
    Motiejus Krivas – C – Arizona
    Franki Collins – PG – Arizona State
    J’Vonne Hadley – SG/SF – Colorado
    Gabe Madsen – SG/SF – Utah
    Keba Keita – PF – Utah
    Isaac Jones – PF – Washington State
    Oscar Cluff – C – Washington State
    Koren Johnson – G – Washington
    Berke Buyuktuncel – PF/C – UCLA
    Jan Vide – SG/SF – UCLA
    Aubin Gateretse – C – Stetson
    Will Pruitt – G – Lipscomb
    Owen McCormack – PF – Lipscomb
    Jacari Lane – PG – North Alabama
    AJ McKee – G – Queens
    Deyton Albury – G – Queens
    Zach Anderson – SG/F – FGCU
    Bryce Workman – PF – Jacksonville
    Marcus Niblack – G – Jacksonville
    Ayinde Hikim – PG – UMass-Lowell
    Abdoul-Karim Coulibaly – PF/C – UMass Lowell
    Matt Veretto – PF/C – Vermont
    Sebastian Thomas – G – Albany
    Jonathan Beagle – PF/C – Albany
    Ahmad Robinson – PG – New Hampshire
    Nehemiah Benson – SF – Binghampton
    Tariq Francis – PG – NJIT
    Dane Erikstrup – PF/C – Eastern Washington
    Ethan Price – C – Eastern Washington
    Casey Jones – SF – Eastern Washington
    Jake Kyman – SG/SF – Eastern Washington
    Robert Ford III – PG – Montana State
    Brandon Walker – PF – Montana State
    Eddie Turner III – Montana State
    Dejour Reaves – PG – Norther Colorado
    Brock Wisne – PF – Northern Colorado
    Langston Reynolds – Northern Colorado
    Zee Hamoda – SG/SF – Sacramento State
    Steven Verplancken – G – Weber State
    Dyson Koehler – SF – Weber State
    Blaise Threatt – G – Weber State
    Dischon Thomas – PF – Montana
    Aanen Moody – G – Montana
    Tyler Linhardt – F – Idaho
    Julius Mims – F – Idaho
    Trent McLaughlin – SG/SF – Northern Arizona
    Diego Campisano – SG – Northern Arizona
    Kasen Harrison – G – Winthrop
    Nick Johnson – SG/SF – Winthrop
    Micheal Anumba – SG/SF – Winthrop
    Kezza Giffa – G – High Point
    Abdoulaye Thiam – G – High Point
    Trae Benham – G – High Point
    Nicholas McMullen – PF – UNC Asheville
    Fletcher Abee – G – UNC Asheville
    Toyaz Solomon – F – UNC Asheville
    RJ Johnson – PG – Charleston Southern
    Reginald Duhart, Jr. – PF – Charleston Southern
    Kenyon Giles – PG – Radford
    Bryan Antoine – SG – Radford
    Truth Harris – G – Radford
    Caleb Robinson – G – Gardner-Webb
    Isaiah Richards – PF/C – Gardner-Webb
    Michael Christmas – SF – Longwood
    Szymon Zapala – C – Longwood
    Elijah Tucker – PF – Longwood
    Marquis Barnett – G – Presbyterian
    Samage Teel – G – Presbyterian
    Kory Mincy – PG – Presbyterian
    Floyd Rideau, Jr. – SG – South Carolina Upstate
    Justin Hohn – G – UC Irvine
    Andre Henry – G – UC Irvine
    Bent Leuchten – C – UC Irvine
    Carter Welling – PF – UC Irvine
    Bryce Pope – G – San Diego
    Tyler McGhie – SG – San Diego
    Emmanuel Tshimanga – C – San Diego
    Jasman Sangha – PF – Cal State Northridge
    Yohan Traore – C – UC Santa Barbara
    Josh Pierre – G – UC Santa Barbara
    Cole Anderson – G – UC Santa Barbara
    Ariel Bland – SF – UC Santa Barbara
    Lassina Traore – PF/C – Long Beach State
    Jadon Jones – SG – Long Beach State
    AJ George – SG/SF – Long Beach State
    Noah Coleman – G – Hawai’i
    Justin McKoy – PF – Hawai’i
    Isaiah Moses – G – UC Riverside
    Barrington Hargress – PG – UC Riverside
    Max Jones – G – Cal State Fullerton
    DJ Brewton – G – Cal State Fullerton
    Ugnius Jarusevicius – PF/C – Cal State Bakersfield
    Kobe Sanders – F – Cal Poly
    Quentin Jones – SG – Cal Poly
    Luke House – G – Drexel
    Mate Okros – SF – Drexel
    Kobe Magee – SG/SF – Drexel
    Kobe Rodgers – G – Charleston
    Bryce Butler – SG – Charleston
    Ben Burnham – F – Charleston
    Dylan Williamson – PG – Towson
    Shykeim Phillips – G – UNC Wilmington
    Jack Collins – SG – Monmouth
    Jaret Valencia – F – Monmouth
    Abdi Bashir, Jr. – SG/SF – Monmouth
    Tyler Stephenson-Moore – SG/SF – Stony Brook
    Keenan Fitzmorris – C – Stony Brook
    Jyare Davis – SF – Delaware
    Cavan Reilly – G – Delaware
    Tyler Houser – PF – Deleware
    Masai Troutman – SG/SF – Northeastern
    Harold Woods – G – Northeastern
    Landon Glasper – G – NC A&T
    Nikolaos Chitikoudis – F – NC A&T
    Laurynas Vaistaras – SF – Campbell
    Colby Duggan – SG/SF – Campbell
    Gabe Dorsey – SF – William & Mary
    Charlie Wiliams – PF/C – William & Mary
    Max Mackinnon – G – Elon
    Rob Higgins – PG – Elon
    Nick Dorn – SG/SF – Elon
    Sam Sherry – PF/C – Elon
    La Pratt – G – Elon
    Kijan Robinson – G – Hofstra
    Kyrese Mullen – F – Hampton
    Jerry Deng – F – Hampton
    Ja’Von Benson – PF – Hampton
    Tedrick Wilcox – SG/SF – Hampton
    Don McHenry – G – Western Kentucky
    Khristian Lander – G – Western Kentucky
    KyKy Tandy – G – Jacksonville State
    Quincy Clark – G – Jacksonville State
    Tahlik Chavez – G – Louisiana Tech
    Devin Ree – SG/F – Louisiana Tech
    Arturo Dean – PG – Florida International
    Femi Odukale – SG/SF – New Mexico State
    Robert Carpenter – SG/SF – New Mexico State
    Jaylin Jackson-Posey – G – New Mexico State
    Otis Frazier – SG/SF – UTEP
    Elijah Jones – F – UTEP
    Jared Coleman-Jones – PF/C – Middle Tennessee
    Zach Cleveland – SF – Liberty
    Joseph Venzant – G – Liberty
    Wesley Cardet, Jr. – SG/SF – Chicago State
    Jahsean Corbett – SG/SF – Chicago State
    Brent Davis – G – Chicago State
    Noble Crawford – SG – Chicago State
    Blake Lampman – G – Oakland
    Elijah Jones – SG/SF – Green Bay
    David Douglas, Jr. – G – Green Bay
    Preston Ruediger – G – Green Bay
    Marcus Hall – SF – Green Bay
    BJ Freeman – SG/SF – Milwaukee
    Erik Pratt – SG – Milwaukee
    Ziggy Reid – F – Youngstown State
    DJ Burns – SF – Youngstown State
    John Lovelace, Jr. – SG/SF – Youngstown State
    Marques Warrick – G – Northern Kentucky
    Sam Vinson – SG – Northern Kentucky
    Keeyan Itejere – F – Northern Kentucky
    Jeremiah Israel – G – Northern Kentucky
    Trey Calvin – PG – Wright State
    Alex Huibregtse – G – Wright State
    Rasheed Bello – PG – Purdue Fort Wayne
    Jalen Jackson – G – Purdue Fort Wayne
    Anthony Roberts – G – Purdue Fort Wayne
    Maximus Nelson – PF – Purdue Fort Wayne
    Tristan Enaruna – PF – Cleveland State
    Tae Williams – SG/SF – Cleveland State
    Tevin Smith – G – Cleveland State
    Dylan Arnett – PF – Cleveland State
    Stephaun Walker – SF – Robert Morris
    TJ Wainwright – G – Robert Morris
    Lynn Counter – G – IUPUI
    DJ Jackson – G – IUPUI
    Abdou Samb – F – IUPUI
    Jayden Stone – G – Detroit
    Matt Allocco – G – Princeton
    Zach Martini – F – Princeton
    Vernon Collins – PF – Princeton
    Chris Manon – SG – Cornell
    Nazir Williams – G – Cornell
    Isaiah Gray – G – Cornell
    Guy Ragland, Jr. – PF – Cornell
    Bez Mbeng – G – Yale
    John Poulakidas – SG/SF – Yale
    Clark Slajchert – PG – Penn
    Sam Grown – G – Penn
    Nick Spinoso – PF – Penn
    Niklas Polonowski – SG/SF – Penn
    Nana Owusu-Anane – PF – Brown
    Kalu Anya – F – Brown
    Geronimo Rubio De La Rosa – G – Columbia
    Avery Brown – G – Columia
    Blair Thompson – F – Columbia
    Zavian McLean – G – Columbia
    Kenny Noland – G – Columbia
    Chandler Pigge – SG – Harvard
    Thomas Batties II – SG/SF – Harvard
    Jayden Williams – SG/SF – Dartmouth
    Matt Balanc – G – Quinnipiac
    Paul Otieno – PF – Quinnipiac
    Savion Lewis – PG – Quinnipiac
    Richard Vavers – SG/SF – Quinnipiac
    Caleb Fields – G – Fairfield
    Brycen Goodine – G – Fairfield
    Jasper Floyd – G – Fairfield
    Peyton Smith – C – Fairfield
    Joe Pascarelli – G – Marist
    Jadin Collins – PG – Marist
    Braxton Bayless – G – Niagara
    Greg Gordon – SG – Iona
    Dakota Leffew – G – Mt. St. Mary’s
    De’Shayne Montgomery – G – Mt. St. Mary’s
    Giovanni Emejuru – C – Siena
    Mervin James – SG/SF – Rider
    Tre Dinkins – G – Canisius
    Siem Uijtendaal – SG/SF – Canisius
    Daniel Rouzan – PF – Manhattan
    Seydou Taore – SF – Manhattan
    Nate Johnson – G – Akron
    Ra’Heim Moss – SG – Toledo
    Dante Maddox, Jr. – G – Toledo
    Tyler Cochrane – G – Toledo
    Javan Simmons – F – Toledo
    Marcus Hill – G – Bowling Green
    Seth Hubbard – G – Western Michigan
    Jefferson De La Cruz Monegro – G – Western Michigan
    Chris Payton, Jr. – SF – Kent State
    Voncameron Davis – SG/SF – Kent State
    Anderson Mirambeaux – C – Miami(OH)
    Ryan Mabrey – SG – Miami(OH)
    Jaquel Morris – C – Miami(OH)
    Reece Potter – C – Miami(OH)
    Elmore James – G – Ohio
    AJ Clayton – PF – Ohio
    Davion Bailey – G – Ohio
    Trent Middleton – G – Ohio
    Tyson Acuff – G – Eastern Michigan
    Arne Osojnik – SG – Eastern Michigan
    Sy Chatman – F – Buffalo
    Xavier Amos – F – Northern Illinois
    Yanic Konan Niederhauser – C – Northern Illinois
    Jalin Anderson – G – Ball State
    Emmanuel Izunabor – PF – NC Central
    Ja’Darius Harris – G – NC Central
    Po’Boigh King – G – NC Central
    Josh Smith – G – NC Central
    Perry Smith – PF – NC Central
    Martaz Robinson – G – Delaware
    Jevin Muniz – G – Delaware
    Deywilk Tavarez – G – Deleware
    Seth Towns – PF – Howard
    Bryce Harris – G – Howard
    Jamarii Thomas – PG – Norfolk State
    George Beale, Jr. – G – Norfolk State
    Jaylani Darden – SG – Norfolk State
    Devon Ellis – SG/SF – Maryland-Eastern Shore
    Wynston Tabbs – G – Morgan State
    Atin Wright – PG – Drake
    Kevin Overton – SG – Drake
    Isaiah Swope – PG – Indiana State
    Robbie Avila – PF/C – Indiana State
    Jayson Kent – SG/SF – Indiana State
    Julian Larry – G – Indiana State
    JaCobi Wood – G – Murray State
    Nick Ellington – SG/SF – Murray State
    Connor Hickman – G – Bradley
    Malevy Leons – F – Bradley
    Darius Hannah – F – Bradley
    Xavier Johnson – PG – Southern Illinois
    Malik Dia – PF – Belmont
    Ja’Kobi Gillespie – PG – Belmont
    Nate Heise – SG – Northern Iowa
    Trey Campbell – G – Northern Iowa
    Kyle Pock – SG/SF – Northern Iowa
    Alston Mason – G – Missouri State
    Donovan Clay – PF – Missouri State
    NJ Benson – PF – Missouri State
    Ben Humrichous – F – Evansville
    Chucky Bailey III – G – Evansville
    Kenny Strawbridge, Jr. – SG/SF – Evansville
    Isaiah Rivera – SG – UIC
    Toby Okani – PF – UIC
    CJ Jones – G – UIC
    Ian Martinez – G – Utah State
    Mason Falslev – G – Utah State
    Isaac Johnson – C – Utah State
    Reese Waters – SG/SF – San Diego State
    Micah Parrish – SG/SF – San Diego State
    Tyson Degenhart – PF – Boise State
    Chibuzo Agbo – SF – Boise State
    Jamal Mashburn, Jr. – G – New Mexico
    Jaelen House – PG – New Mexico
    Nelly Junior-Joseph – C – New Mexico
    Tru Washington – G – New Mexico
    Kenan Blackshear – SG/SF – Nevada
    Jarod Lucas – G – Nevada
    Nick Davidson – PF – Nevada
    Sam Griffin – G – Wyoming
    Akuel Kot – G – Wyoming
    Cam Manyawu – PF – Wyoming
    Kalib Boone – F – UNLV
    Luis Rodriguez – SG/SF -UNLV
    Dedan Thomas, Jr. – PG – UNLV
    Xavier Dusell – G – Fresno State
    Myron Amey, Jr. – G – San Jose State
    Trey Anderson – SG/SF – San Jose State
    Rytis Petraitis – SG/SF – Air Force
    Ethan Taylor – SG – Air Force
    Beau Becker – SG/SF – Air Force
    Allan Jeanne-Rose – SG/SF – Central Connecticut
    Tanner Thomas – SG/SF – Sacred Heart
    Jordan Derkack – SG – Merrimack
    Bryan Etumnu – SG/SF – Merrimack
    Ansley Almonor – SF – Fairleigh Dickinson
    Kaiyem Cleary – SG/SF – Le Moyne
    Luke Sutherland – SF – Le Moyne
    Eric Acker – G – LIU
    Cam Gregory – G – St. Francis(PA)
    Eli Wilborn – F – St. Francis(PA)
    Jordan Lathon – SG – Morehead State
    Shamar Wright – SG/SF – SIU Edwardsville
    Lamar Wright – SG/SF – SIU Edwardsville
    Jacob Crews – F – UT Martin
    KK Curry – SG/SF – UT Martin
    Christian Brown – SG/SF – Tennessee State
    Jaylen Jones – PG – Tennessee State
    Jamir Chaplin – SG – UALR
    Jaylen Crocker-Johnson – PF – UALR
    Kooper Jacobi – SG/SF – Eastern Illinois
    Daniel Egbuniwe – SG/SF – Tennessee Tech
    David Early – G – Tennessee Tech
    AJ Smith – SG/SF – Southern Indiana
    Adam Larson – SG/SF – Southeast Missouri State
    Rubin Jones – G – North Texas
    Jaykwon Walton – SG/SF – Memphis
    Robert Braswell IV – SG/SF – Charlotte
    Lu’Cye Patterson – G – Charlotte
    Vladislav Goldin – C – Florida Atlantic
    Efrem Johnson – G – UAB
    Alejandro Vazquez – G – UAB
    Zhuric Phelps – SG – SMU
    Samuell Williamson – SF – SMU
    Chris Youngblood – G – South Florida
    Kasean Pryor – PF/C – South Florida
    Jaylen Forbes – SG – Tulane
    RJ Felton – G – East Carolina
    Zion Stanford – SG – Temple
    Jordan Ivy-Curry – G – UTSA
    Adante’ Holiman – PG – UTSA
    Xavier Bell – G – Wichita State
    Travis Evee – PG – Rice
    Max Fiedler – C – Rice
    Keanu Dawes – F – Rice
    Keaston Willis – G – Tulsa
    Kobe Elvis – G – Dayton
    Jordan King – PG – Richmond
    Jaden House – G – Rhode Island
    Philip Alston – F – Loyola-Chicago
    Desmond Watson – SG – Loyola-Chicago
    Joshua Rivera – SG/SF – Fordham
    Elijah Gray – F – Fordham
    Abdou Tsimbila – PF/C – Fordham
    Darius Maddox – SG – George Mason
    Mike Adams-Wood – G – St. Bonaventure
    Moses Flowers – G – St. Bonaventure
    Gibson Jimerson – SG – St. Louis
    Sincere Parker – G – St. Louis
    Terrence Hargrove, Jr. – SG/SF – St. Louis
    Lynn Greer III – G – St. Joseph’s
    Erik Reynolds II – G -St. Joseph’s
    Khalil Brantley – PG – La Salle
    Jhamir Brickus – PG – La Salle
    Andres Marrero – SG – La Salle
    Rokas Jocius – C – La Salle
    David Skogman – C – Davidson
    Grant Huffman – G – Davidson
    Connor Kochera – SG – Davidson
    Dae Dae Grant – G – Duquesne
    Andrei Savrasov – F – Duquesne
    Justin Vander Baan – C – Lafayette
    Braeden Smith – PG – Colgate
    Keegan Records – PF/C – Colgate
    Matt Rogers – PF – American
    Geoff Sprouse – G – American
    Donovan Draper – SG/SF – Navy
    Noah Williamson – C – Bucknell
    Keith Higgins, Jr. – G – Lehigh
    Bube Momah – PF – Lehigh
    Josh Scovens – G – Army
    Jermaine Marshall – SF – Samford
    Jaden Campbell – SG – Samford
    Riley Allenspach – C – Samford
    Josh Holloway – G – Samford
    Kobe Langley – PG – UNC Greensboro
    Donovan Atwell – SG – UNC Greensboro
    Marcus Foster – G – Furman
    JP Pegues – PG – Furman
    DJ Campbell – G – Western Carolina
    Jackson Sivills – SG/SF – Wofford
    Chase Cormier – G – Wofford
    Trey Bonham – PG – Chattanooga
    Jaden Seymour – F – East Tennessee State
    Jalyn McCreary – PF – Mercer
    Tyran Cook – G – VMI
    Corey Cotton – SG/SF – VMI
    Stephen Olowoniyi – F – VMI
    AJ Smith – SG – The Citadel
    Christian Moore – F – The Citadel
    Shahada Wells – PG – McNeese State
    Christian Shumate – SF – McNeese State
    DJ Richards, Jr. – G – McNeese State
    Javohn Garcia – G – McNeese State
    Antavion Collum – PF – McNeese State
    Garry Clark – PF – Texas A&M CC
    Terry Anderson – SG/SF – Lamar
    BB Knight – SG/SF – Lamar
    Diante Smith – SG/SF – Nicholls
    Jalen White – G – Nicholls
    Cliff Davis – G – Northwestern State
    Jordan Johnson – PG – New Orleans
    Marcus Green – G – Houston Christian
    Dominic Capriotti – G – Houston Christian
    Jerome Brewer, Jr. – F – Texas A&M Commerce
    Kwo Agwa – SG/SF – Texas A&M Commerce
    Sky Wicks – SG/SF – Incarnate Word
    Shon Robinson – F – Incarnate Word
    Kintavious Dozier – G – Grambling
    Jakobi Heady – SG/SF – Bethune Cookman
    Ken Evans, Jr. – SG – Jackson State
    Jordan O’Neal – SG/SF – Jackson State
    Tai’Reon Jospeh – G – Southern
    Jordan Johnson – G – Southern
    Grayson Carter – PF/C – Texas Southern
    Kylen Milton – G – Arkansas-Pine Bluff
    Brian Myles – SF – Prairie View A&M
    Chad Moodie – PF – Alabama A&M
    Keith Lamar – SG/SF – Florida A&M
    William Kyle III – PF/C – South Dakota State
    Charlie Easley – G – South Dakota State
    Kalen Garry – G – South Dakota State
    Raheem Anthony – SG/SF – St. Thomas-Minnesota
    Parker Bjorkland – SG/SF – St. Thomas-Minnesota
    Ahjany Lee – F – St. Thomas-Minnesota
    Tommy Bruner – PG – Denver
    Touko Tainamo – PF – Denver
    Marquel Sutton – F – Omaha
    BJ Omot – SG/SF – North Dakota
    Treysen Eaglestaff – SG/SF – North Dakota
    Tajavis Miller – G – North Dakota State
    Cameron Faas – G – Kansas City
    Isaac McBride – PG – Oral Roberts
    Donovan Gregory – G – Appalachian State
    Austin Crowley – G – Southern Miss
    Victor Harat – SG/SF – Southern Miss
    Julien Wooden – PF – James Madison
    Noah Freidel – G – James Madison
    Chrityon Eugene – G – Troy
    Tayton Conerway – G – Troy
    Thomas Dowd – F – Troy
    Myles Rigsby – SG – Troy
    Hosana Kitenge – C – Louisiana
    Jay’Den Turner – SG – Georgia State
    Edward Nnamoko – PF – Georgia State
    Dyondre Dominguez – F – Arkansas State
    Eren Banks – G – Georgia Southern
    Avante Parker – F – Georgia Southern
    Isiah Gaiter – G – South Alabama
    Jacob Meyer – G – Coastal Carolina
    Malik Thomas – SG – San Francisco
    Ryan Nembhard – PG – Gonzaga
    Dominick Harris – G – Loyola Marymount
    Yuto Yamanouchi-Williams – PF/C – Portland
    Tyler Robertson – F – Portland
    Vukasin Masic – G – Portland
    Deuce Turner – G – San Diego
    Collin Moore – G – Grand Canyon
    Jakorie Smith – SG/SF – Tarleton
    Nana Antwi-Boasiako – PF – Stephen F. Austin
    Matt Hayman – SG – Stephen F. Austin
    Frank Staine – SG/SF – Stephen F. Austin
    Dominique Daniels, Jr. – G – Cal Baptist
    Makaih Williams – PG – UT Arlington
    Trevin Dorius – C – Utah Valley
    Cameron Tyson – G – Seattle U
    Josh Christofilis – G – Seattle U
    Kobe Williamson – F – Seattle U
    Noa Gonsalves – PG – Utah Tech
    Tanner Chritensen – C – Utah Tech
    Beon Riley – SF – Utah Tech
    Daylen Williams – G – UT Rio Grande Valley
    Dominique Ford – G – Southern Utah
    Parsa Fallah – C – Southern Utah
    Braden Housley – G – Southern Utah

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    RIP to the elite prospect status of first of his kind 2022 early entrant/one-and-done Zvonimir Ivisic. January 20, 2024-January 23, 2024. You will be remembered.

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      I can see your point, but Idk, I think he could still be up there in this class if he gets his opportunities, which I think he will… I watched the game – Kentucky looked a little shook up in the 2nd half against a tough experienced team.

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    It was mostly a joke, but I think a whole lot of people seem to think a freshman in a Kentucky uniform means a bunch more for draft stock than it does. This is still a guy who was on a pro team last year. Whether or not he was paid, or whether or not anyone can prove he was as either can be the case, he was teammates with Fletcher Magee. He played a meaningful role in his team’s series against Partizan Belgrade in the ABA playoffs. He hasn’t been a prep school or OTE 20 year old. He is much more of a basketball junior given his path. He seems to be a legit 7’2″ and can hit an open shot. A lot of doors can be opened by that combination, but he also seems slow and has played all of two games this season.

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      I definitely am guilty of giving Kentucky kids the “Kentucky bump”. It’s early though, we’ll see how this kid does… It’s still January, nothing is set in stone of course…

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    Everybody has their biases, but this is a guy who was an early entry candidate in 2022 and 2023. We know the feedback he received then was such that he pulled out. This wasn’t an unknown guy. He was a regular on the FIBA U-whatever circuit events, and did a year at the Euroleague Net Generation league. Also, the 2023 dropout was after a game where Ivisic had scored 22 points, including 3 threes, 13 rebounds, and 3 blocks against a Euroleague opponent in the ABA playoffs. According to the NCAA, no proof of him getting paid after that one. If that one game didn’t move the needle, then what is one game against Georgia really going to do? If that is the case, then scouts are just outsourcing their thoughts to ESPN’s color commentators, which is a frightening proposition. The South Carolina game was just the perfect sad trombone music.

    The thing is that he is 7’2′ and has a shot. He is far from a non-prospect, but be fair about it. Can he move better than Hunter Dickinson? Nobody denies Dickinson is long and skillsy, but the lack of NBA interest stems from him being on the slower side and not a good lateral mover. If you apply the same logic, it is probably not consistent to regard one as being top tier and the other among the super long shot fringe.

    As an aside, Risacher is now up to five 20 point games this year. Over his last 23 games, 24 minutes per, 13 PPG, 56% from the field, 55% from three, 74% from the line, 3.4 rebounds, 1.1 assists, 1 steal, .5 blocks. He is doing this in French Pro A and the Eurocup. I just can’t help but feel if they could get Georgia on the schedule I think the conversation about the draft might shift from “it isn’t good” to “it isn’t great, but there is this one guy.”

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    • #1262739
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      funny I sensed someone would be on right now… lol! Idk, I think a lot of that is if you’re not Wemby and you’re an international prospect, often you’re down a peg in the draft due to not as good publicity. I couldn’t agree with you more on Risacher. If he were in he NCAA he would be doing very well. I’m still at a wait and see for Ivisic so far though. I will say that he is in the top tier of my big board for now, but it’s easier to go down than maintain the top all year… to me he’s been about the hardest prospect to evaluate. He had a good game against Georgia. Looked a bit slower in the next game and picked up some silly fouls early. I think if he gets into a rhythm he could be serviceable. I like the international prospects of this class better than the NCAA and GLeague prospects at the top too. Sarr/Topic/Risacher, etc. would be hoopin’ in the NCAA if they were there.

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    The non-NCAA cohort has a decent number of players who fit the physical and stylistic mold of what teams have liked in recent drafts, and are playing well, in many cases, at very young ages. It is not as if Buzelis is a plodder or the French contingent are playing against kids in gyms primarily used for handball. They might not be “save the GM’s job” prospects, but there are a number of guys whose profile stacks up well.

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    Kentucky have 5 freshmen in this site’s mock draft including 4 in the first round. For as long as Cal has been doing his used car salesman pitch at UK they have had a larger number of first round draftees than any other college I’d think.

    With European guys teams may be wary about taking a punt but Giannis, Gobert and Jokic were between mid first round and second round picks so overlooking these guys can be risky.

    Ivisic has played 26 mins for UK so far with one good and one very average outing. But he is still 7″2″ and has a promising skillset so teams will be watching him closely. I’d personally put him in my first round at the moment but not likely in the lottery.,

    Risacher I like with his shooting, imagine him spreading the play for any number of lottery teams. He’d be a nice fit with Spurs, Detroit, Toronto, Washington and Memphis just off the top of my head.

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    I absolutely love where this site’s new mock draft has Kyshawn George… I have him in tier 1 also… this kid’s going to turn the corner I think.

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    The top of the board might be firming up a bit – I’ve always liked Sarr and Risacher whilst I’m getting a better handle on Cody Williams – his 3 point shooting percentage has hugely improved and he is looking very impressive. He might not have that star level hype like other top prospects but a bit like his older brother he could be a very good NBA player and a lower risk pick. A lot of top guys will need a solid running mate and he could be perfect in this role.

    He doesn’t scream top pick to me yet but I’d certainly have him easily in my top tier or top 5 of any mock.

    Dalton Knecht looks far too high in the new site mock. He might be NBA ready and be a solid first round pick but top 6 is too high IMO.

    Kyshawn has improved in recent games and his size as a guard jumps out at you. He’ll be a force on offence and defence with his length and again has a good 3 point percentage. Will always be a steal threat and ticks a lot of boxes of what teams are looking for in a modern NBA player. His raw stats are nothing to write home about but if he continues to develop will be making a very strong case to be a top 10 pick. Sizewise he is bigger than Anthony Black who went top 6 last year so that could be a fair person to compare him with physically and as a player. Both sport great afros too if you want another reason.

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      perspective, Anthony Black could’ve been in the running for the top pick this year imo. I agree Dalton Knecht’s a bit high, although I get why he is at least… He has been on a terror lately. I disagree the top is firming up yet. George will climb into the range of Cody Williams imo. And with Sarr and Topic still out or barely coming back, and the inconsistent play of the top prospects, I think everybody’s still all over the place. Risacher is pretty good. To me he has a lot of prospect Ousmane Dieng vibes in terms of abilities, his success is still tbd. I Do think I like Risacher slightly better than Matas atm, but that changes back and forth. I think Risacher’s gradually getting better though while Matas has been hit with the injury bug. Everybody up towards the top seems to either have hit that injury bug at some point, or has major concerns as top picks.

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    Is this year’s draft pool giving anyone else 2013 vibes when there was a distinct lack of clear stars near the top of the draft. The actual guys selected in the top 14 lottery picks that year has only had one All Star in Victor Oladipo which is a very low return. Although Cj McCollum has been very unlucky not to get one all star nod. The best of the rest of that lottery are good role players like OPJ, KCP and Big Steve Adams.

    The rest of the first round is saved by having Giannis and Rudy Gobert in it really. If you take out Giannis and Rudy it looks very average. If one team can find a Giannis level player this year they will be happy but the rest may have slim pickings.

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    ESPN have Knecht at 18 on their latest mock, that looks a far fairer rating of him at the moment. But he continues to score solidly and could be a safer later lottery pick.

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      the consensus has him about the same… I think my next one he will be higher. He has not really stopped playing the way he is…

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    Knecht and Dillingham may not jump out as prospects like some other guys but both are potentially elite shooters and with the NBA being so 3 point based at the moment they both have likely downside as a good NBA bench player. I saw a bit of Knecht’s game last night to get a look at him and his 3 point shooting was better than his FG percentage. Also he has been getting a few blocks in and so is useful on the defensive end too.

    This year’s draft class is really looking for someone to establish themselves at the top of the list. If we take Wemby out as a one off, we’ve not even got a Scoot level candidate this year. Possibly some are where Brandon Miller was or we are looking at guys at the Thompson Twins level to go in the top 3.

    I still like Cody, RIsacher, Sarr with possibly Topic in my top tier but with them all playing in different leagues it can be hard to judge. I might have to try and get the NCAA prospects ranked and then put the G-League, overseas guys on another list.

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    The more I watch Hansen Yang videos, the more I think this kid’s going to be the steal of the draft this year. I know big boards even now are still all over the place. Heck, I change mine probably twice a week based on new information and videos. But there’s actually a small start of an consensus now and Hansen Yang is not even on most people’s big boards. If he gets a fair shake of an evaluation, I think he can go high in the draft. If not, somebody might draft a project now who becomes a special talent. Yeah he has holes in his game – turns the ball over way too much. But he’s also about as big as Jokic and passes and handles the ball similar to him and his copy cats Sengun, Sabonis, etc. Not saying he is any of those guys, but I’m saying why can’t he be? Maybe – it’s possible… So why wouldn’t he be considered more is a question for now. Imo, he’s going to get some buzz if he gets any spotlight.

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    Would Yang be allowed to declare or if he did would he come over straight away especially if he was say a mid 2nd rounder. Overseas Players have pluses and minuses when they haven’t been seen in direct competition against other draft prospects but a good work out or the worry on missing out on the next Jokic, Gobert, Marc Gasol etc can make them go higher than they might do.

    How Yang would compare against say Edey or lingan who we know a lot about I’d not like to guess.

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      Yeah, he’d probably get his hoop on against those guys. Not certain, but everything looks good when you have the keys.

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    Houston is crushing Texas… And I liked Texas’ matchups… smh. Oh well, Houston’s really good though. Can’t wait til’ UConn game comes on… idk but that should be a war…

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    sheesh, guess I picked some blowouts

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