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Published on February 17, 2014

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NBA 2K14: NBA 2K1 4 Fictional Draft Class 6 For More info and Videos regarding this draft class, clink the link below! http://www.operationsports.com/forums/nba-2k-rosters/667865-game-changers-nba-2k14-fictional-draft-classes-cwsapp757-dreece-xbox-360-a.html TABLE OF CONTENTS:  TABLE OF CONTENTS MESSAGE TO READER PLEASE READ ……….……...……….... 3 SEASON “IN A NUTSHELL”…………….. …………..………..….. 4 STATS CENTRAL…………………………… …………..……..……. 24 SEASON RESULTS AND AWARDS ………………….……………… 30 SAPP’S TOP 120 BIG BOARD ……………………………............ 40 HELP ME FILL A NEED…………………………………..……..42 VIDEO/HIGHLIGHT ARCHIVE………….…………………...57 Point Guards …………………………………………………………………. 58 Shooting Guards ……….…………………………………………………. 76 Small Forwards ……………..……………………………………..…….. 92 Power Forwards ……………………………………………...…..……. 110 Centers ……….…………………………………………….…...……………. 126 DID YOU KNOW ………………………………………..………………….. 143 WHO’S GOING BACK TO SCHOOL ............................ 147 THE FUTURE OF THE NCAA ………………………………………….. 151 PRE DRAFT SCRIMMAGES …………………………………………….. 162 Message to the Reader PLEASE READ: Message to the Reader PLEASE READ So most of you guys that are reading this have probably already been through a scouting report or two for these draft classes so you are probably veterans. For those of you that are not, allow me to explain. Each page provides you with information from that player’s college career. Stats, class, position, height, weight etc. Strengths and weaknesses and overall analysis are self explanatory. Now here are where things get a little tricky. Everything that I just described is information formulated by me (CWSapp). Now you can trust that or not… that is up to you. Dreece has taken it upon himself to take these players and do a real pre draft tournament with these players. Footage of all kinds can be found on the link page. Each player has a separate statistics page that shows his stats for the games that were played in the tournament. We wanted to give you guys additional resources to scout. In addition, we have also added a blog to the mix. We constantly add stuff to this and STRONGLY suggest that you take a visit over there to get additional info and interviews. We put a ton of work in to this and we simply want you guys to enjoy. As usual, HAPPY SCOUTING. 2020 – 2021 Season IN A NUTSHELL:  2020 – 2021 Season IN A NUTSHELL I know a lot of you have said that you miss a lot of the “stories” of the season. For the individuals that follow the blog or follow us on Operationsports.com, you know that they are there. For you all that have not had the opportunity, allow this to be the section where you can have access to that information. Enjoy. “Destiny Laughs at Probabilities”….the beginning of something legendary (part 1) : “Destiny Laughs at Probabilities”….the beginning of something legendary (part 1) October 10, 2020 For me to interview a high school he's got to be special so for me to sit down with a 15 year old must mean we are dealing with a very special player. For two years the university of Cincinatti was the home of one of the best college players ever. Years later a 15 year old kid sits across from me creating more hype for himself than his father did. He's unusually intelligent, interesting and a bit odd honestly.... he is Christopher Bishop Jr. “Destiny Laughs at Probabilities”….the beginning of something legendary (part 2) : “Destiny Laughs at Probabilities”….the beginning of something legendary (part 2) Sapp: Your mother made a special request that I talk to you saying that the world needed to know who the real Chris Bishop Jr is. Is it true that you didn't want to do this. Bishop Jr. : Yes, that's correct. Sapp: Why? Bishop Jr. : I have seen what the media does to people in this position. I don't know if I'm quite ready to embrace the things that come with being a celebrated amateur athlete. Sapp: It's a bit late for that though don't you think. You don't have much of a choice at this point. Bishop Jr : Everyone has a choice. I don't have to play basketball. Sapp: Then why do you? Bishop Jr.: *stares blankly* I don't know. It's something that I've done since I could hold a basketball...... Maybe it's fate... destiny? I don't know. Do you believe in that? Sapp: I really didn't expect to go down this kind of road today. I just planned to talk basketball with you. Bishop Jr.: Aren't we though? “Destiny Laughs at Probabilities”….the beginning of something legendary (part 3) : “Destiny Laughs at Probabilities”….the beginning of something legendary (part 3) Sapp: I guess you're right. And I guess to answer your question I do believe in "destiny". Bishop Jr.: I think I do too. And maybe it's my destiny to be one of the greats.... one of the best basketball players to ever play the game. Sapp: Do you think you're that good? Bishop Jr.: Is that really a fair question to have a 15 year old? Sapp: Well... I guess not. Let's talk about your father.... one of the greats to step on the court Christopher Bishop. Bishop Jr.: Ok. Sapp: What's the relationship between you two like. Bishop Jr.: Borderline non-existent. But he's still my father and I love him. Sapp: I'm honestly a little shocked to hear that. Do you mind speaking about that for a moment. Bishop Jr.: My mother is giving you the evil eye over there so I think it would probably be best for both of us if we didn't get in to it. There is a time and a place for everything. I may discuss it in the future. “Destiny Laughs at Probabilities”….the beginning of something legendary (part 4) : “Destiny Laughs at Probabilities”….the beginning of something legendary (part 4) Sapp: I'm sorry I brought it up. How about your uncle Kareem Bishop. Bishop Jr.: Uncle Reemy is great. I used to go to practice with him when he was at Cincy . He's invited me to several NBA games but I usually try to stay away from the spotlight. Prolonging the inevitable as long as possible. Sapp: Yeah, it is definitely happening as we speak but I can respect that. So tell me this.... how does a fifteen year old score 47 points in a varsity high school game. You do understand how amazing that is right? Bishop Jr.: I appreciate that. Basketball is however, just a game and I never over think it. I only take advantage of the opportunities that present itself on the court. Maybe my early success as a basketball player is attributed to the fact that I feel zero pressure to be anything other than what I am supposed to be. If I don't turn out to be this legendary Hall of Fame basketball player that everyone predicts it doesn't define who I am. I will still be Christopher Bishop Jr. I will still be me. Sapp: Chris.... Bishop Jr.: Yes? Sapp: What the hell is your IQ. Bishop Jr.: My mom says it's pretty high but all mothers say that about their children right? Sapp: Umm, yeah ok. So who's your favorite player at the moment “Destiny Laughs at Probabilities”….the beginning of something legendary (part 5) : “Destiny Laughs at Probabilities”….the beginning of something legendary (part 5) Bishop Jr.: My uncle of course. Oh yeah, and Whakil Blackshear. He's so dominant in every facet of the game but more importantly he makes everybody on his team better. *stares at the ceiling briefly*. Man, what if I end up on the same team with that guy one day. Sapp: It's definitely possible. Let me ask a couple more questions before we call it quits. As a freshman, youre the top rated high school player in the land and every college wants you. Have you given any thought to where you want to go? Bishop Jr.: Not even. Right now I'm just focused on high school. I've got a while before I have to make any decisions like that. Sapp: Chris I would love to talk to you again when you're a high school senior. Needless to say life will be a bit more hectic for you at that time but I'm hoping you'll find time for me. Bishop Jr.: You have my word that I will Mr. Sapp. Sapp: Good luck in high school young man. Bishop Jr.: Thank you sir. When you are on top, it’s such a long way down: When you are on top, it’s such a long way down November 10, 2020 Everyone remembers the Oregon Ducks taking on the Temple Owls and ending the amazing story book run that the team was having. Shortly after that game, Orlando Sampson bolted for the NBA Draft but even after his departure he is still making an impact. Reports are pouring in that an investigation has already taken place and the Oregon Ducks are guilty of paying at least 4 players on the basketball team up to $10,000 last season. According to reports Orlando Sampson blew the whistle on his team months after winning the championship. “I knew it was wrong and I felt guilty taking that money knowing that some of my other teammates weren’t getting any of that. I had already decided that I was going to say something but during the season just wasn’t the right time. There’s a lot of shady stuff going on at Oregon and at all of these big time colleges around the country” Sampson said. The number 3 ranked will lose scholarships and be ineligible for post season play for the next four years. We will inform you if anything changes but things are not looking good in Oregon. The Oregon Freshman Trey Dabney says that he is no longer sure whether or not he wants to stay four years at Oregon :  The Oregon Freshman Trey Dabney says that he is no longer sure whether or not he wants to stay four years at Oregon December 13, 2020 Freshman forward Trey Dabney who originally stated that he was committed to staying at Oregon for four years has said that he is no longer sure that he will stay at Oregon for all four years. “With these sanctions and all of the other insanity going on here…. It just really changes a lot. I don’t know if I am going to transfer or not. I may still stay for four years but it’s just a lot to think about” Dabney said. Last month, it was announced that Oregon was paying players up to $10,000 dollars last season. The team is now not eligible to participate in post season play for the next four years (which would be Dabney’s entire career). Only time will tell how these events will affect Dabney’s future and other young Oregon players. With all the talk about Wilson and Blackshear, there is another player quietly making his case to be a top three pick (part 1): With all the talk about Wilson and Blackshear, there is another player quietly making his case to be a top three pick (part 1) January 31, 2021 All that we have been hearing about all year is the dominance of the two best point guards (and probably two best all around players in the country) Ayo Wilson and Whakil Blackshear. While those two came in to the year as heavy favorites to dominate, Oklahoma center DeAndre White has emerged as the most dominant big man in the country. We got the opportunity to briefly speak with him. With all the talk about Wilson and Blackshear, there is another player quietly making his case to be a top three pick (part 2): With all the talk about Wilson and Blackshear, there is another player quietly making his case to be a top three pick (part 2) Sapp: So…. 23 points and 13 rebounds against Texas in only 30 minutes. Just another day at the office for you huh? White: Yeah man. Just trying to go out here and go hard ya know. Sapp: Look, I know I only have you for a few minutes so I want to get right in to it. Your team is having a rather disappointing season and there doesn’t seem to be any signs of things getting better here. You’re averaging 19 points and 11 rebounds…. Are you out of here after this season? White: I mean, I don’t know. I have to weigh my options but at the end of the day I am going to do what’s best for me. Sapp: So let’s assume that you leave after this season. Where should you go in the draft. White: Number one without a doubt. Sapp: Make a case for yourself. White: I don’t really know what you want me to say. To be real, I am simply the best player in college basketball. Sapp: Even better than Blackshear? White: Yeah. Look, I don’t want to be disrespectful or anything because I think that he is a great player but he isn’t going to be as dominant and productive as me at the next level. People talk about him like he has already won 7 NBA championships or something. With all the talk about Wilson and Blackshear, there is another player quietly making his case to be a top three pick (part 3): With all the talk about Wilson and Blackshear, there is another player quietly making his case to be a top three pick (part 3) Sapp: I see. Is it true that your coach asked you to deactivate your Twitter account after posting “I guess Blackshear can walk on water, feed starving African babies and bring Tupac back from the dead. Go figure”. White: I’m not allowed to talk about that. Sapp: I gotcha. Well, I think that you got your message across. I know you have to get on the bus with your team so I just want to take this time to wish you the best of luck for the rest of the season and next year in the NBA if you decide to declare. White: No doubt. Thanks. Around the world with Blindside: Around the world with Blindside Me and Dreece decided to put another reporter on the payroll since me and him have been so busy with other things every year. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Blindside for all of the interviews that he was able to get with many of the high profile players that will be available in future drafts. BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH DOMINGO VARGAS (Part 1) :  BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH DOMINGO VARGAS (Part 1) This is BlindSide reporting from Barcelona, Spain. Sapp called me up and said we had to get a hold of International Prospect Domingo Vargas. Solely based on him just being snubbed from the U19 World Squad who are preparing to take on Team USA in an upcoming exhibition game. Domingo’s agent agreed to a meeting that following afternoon at my hotel. BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH DOMINGO VARGAS (Part 2) :  BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH DOMINGO VARGAS (Part 2) BlindSide: Domingo, thank you for meeting with me on such short notice. The squads have just been released for World Squad who are taking on Team USA and you weren’t named. What’s going through your mind right now? Vargas: To be honest with you, I don’t really care. It’s just an exhibition game. It’s not like there is anything on the line by missing this. BlindSide: I see. Currently you are the top ranked international 2 guard. You’re sitting just outside the Top 50 on the big board. Do you not think that with a good showing at this game, you could push yourself up in that list? Vargas: Of course it could, but let’s get real. Spain has a history of producing great talent. And with Domingo (Garcia) already representing us. It’s going to give scouts a reason to keep their eyes on this country. BlindSide: So we all want to know what is next for Domingo Vargas? Vargas: I’m going to continue training and continue to prove I am an elite level SG, even with an international snub. BlindSide: Would that be proven by declaring for the draft? Vargas: I’m not ready to comment on that just yet. We’ll let the rumor mill churn for now. BlindSide: Thanks for your time Domingo. All the best for the future. Maybe we’ll see you soon. Sitting down with standout Freshman from Arizona State, Omari Hill, and pick his brain on the season just past. (Part 1) :  Sitting down with standout Freshman from Arizona State, Omari Hill, and pick his brain on the season just past. (Part 1) BlindSide: Omari, thanks for taking the time to talk with me. Hill: Oh man, thank you. It’s an honor to speak with you guys. BlindSide: So Omari, you’ve come off the back of a pretty solid year, making the All American and All Freshman teams. By my count you also ranked second in scoring among freshman. Talk us through your season. Hill: Man it’s been crazy. I worked my butt off last summer knowing this would be a competitive year, especially running the point. And I came into school this year, where I knew we’d have a great team and that showed with us finishing third in the West. I just gave it all I could every night. My Dad use to say that effort was everything. So I kept that in the back of mind all season long. BlindSide: It’s funny you mention the competition among Point Guards. We, as viewers have had the pleasure of watching an all-out battle between Whakil Blackshear & Ayo Wilson. Which a lot of people have pegged could possibly be the National Championship game this year. The burning question though, from another Point Guards perspective who is the better player. Hill: *laughs nervously* This has been the question of the year, I think we’re all hearing it regardless of our position on the court. But like you say from another guy running a team out there I have to hand it to Whakil (Blackshear), he can do everything out there. He scores, he passes, gets back on D. What’s not to like in his game. I can honestly say I’ve learnt a lot playing against him. Sitting down with standout Freshman from Arizona State, Omari Hill, and pick his brain on the season just past. (Part 2) :  Sitting down with standout Freshman from Arizona State, Omari Hill, and pick his brain on the season just past. (Part 2) BlindSide: Interesting answer. And you could quite possibly be going up against both of these guys again once the tournament begins. Like you said earlier you have the 3 rd seed in the west going 27 -4, you are up against Long Beach State first (20-11) How do you and the rest of the guys feel about your chances? Hill: We’re feeling good man, confident. It’s been a great year and we just wanna carry that momentum forward. We can’t worry about guys like Ayo (Wilson) or Whakil. There are other games before that we have to approach with the same mindset. Because there other guys to worry about before those games. BlindSide: Other guys? Care to drop any names for us? Hill: Absolutely, I think they deserve recognition just as much, like I said its all about effort. I was talking about Skyler (Hyun) from Princeton, who I’ve had some great matchups with and then there is Chris Griffin (SG). When he came in with Notre Dame they kept us on our toes. And last I checked both guys are Top 30 on the big board. So that’s talent man. BlindSide: Okay, last question Omari. What are your plans now? The 1 and done is becoming quite popular among college players. Are you declaring this year or will you be returning for your Sophomore year? Hill: To tell you the truth I haven’t thought too hard about it yet. The tournament is my focus right now then I’m going to sit down with my Coach and my family and just work out what is best for me. BlindSide: Thanks for your time today Omari, and all the best to you and the rest of the team. Hill: No problem man, anytime. BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH COLIN HENRY…. KIND OF (Part 1) :  BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH COLIN HENRY…. KIND OF (Part 1) We all remember last years National Championship. A game so tight, it wasn’t until we had 0.2 seconds left on the clock that we knew who the winner was. With that in mind I introduce Colin Henry, a junior Center for the Oregon Ducks who not only won the National Championship that night, but also walked away with Player Of The Game. Due to the media hype surrounding that Ducks team right now Colin was difficult to sit down and have a face to face interview with. So I got his agent to set up a call with me with a promise that the “Paid player scandal” was not allowed to be part of the conversation. BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH COLIN HENRY…. KIND OF (Part 2) :  BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH COLIN HENRY…. KIND OF (Part 2) BlindSide: Colin, Good evening. I know there’s a lot going on right now but we just wanna focus on you, the Player of the Game winner from last years championship. Colin: Uhh, yeah okay. Sure. What a game huh? BlindSide: Absolutely it was a game for the ages. Nail biter to the end. So lets talk about the last 15 seconds. Whakil (Blackshear) drops the layup to bring Temple within 1. They foul Sampson and he knocks down both free throws to make it 82 – 79. But this is where it gets crazy. 9.7 seconds on the clock Whakil misses a 3, Wolfe rebounds it and kicks it back out to Blackshear who puts up another 3 and makes it with 3.9 seconds on the clock. Coach calls time. You set a great screen on that inbounds to free up Sampson for the shot off the inbound. What did that feel like from your place on the floor? Colin: We knew it was going to be a tight game. But we were also confident we could take it out at the end. Coach is great with those end of game scenarios. We wentin from the start with a play up our sleeves anticipating a close game. Above anything I was nervous. We should’ve had that game on the first 3 that Whakil put up. It was me who missed the box out on Wolfe, and he still pushed me around waiting for the second 3 to come in. After that man, Coach tore me a new one. Then when I went back in I knew it was on me to make up for the previous play. BlindSide: There are still people now who think that after a lapse on your part you maybe shouldn’t have walked away with POTG. It was Sampson who made the free throws and made that game winner. Do you have an opinion on that? Colin: These people obviously haven’t been out on the f*&$ing floor in such a clutch situation. I don’t think my one **** up should take away from the previous 39 minutes on the floor. Yeah he (Sampson) scored those last 4 points to give us the win. But that’s the game of basketball. I ****** up and somebody else covered for me. Colin’s Agent: Ok I think Colin has said enough. *Click – Dialtone* BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICAN CHRISTIAN MCLAIN (Part 1) :  BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICAN CHRISTIAN MCLAIN (Part 1) There aren’t too many guys filling up the stat sheet the same way the Christian McLain is. I took a moment to catch up with the Senior from Wisconsin before the season winds down. BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICAN CHRISTIAN MCLAIN (Part 2) :  BLINDSIDE SPEAKS WITH FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICAN CHRISTIAN MCLAIN (Part 2) BlindSide: A massive year for you, one of two guys filling up the entire stat sheet with some pretty respectful numbers. And a first team selection. You have to be feeling pretty good right now leading up to Tournament time? Christian: It’s pretty surreal, I just went out there and played the game. And that is exactly the same way I will approach our game with Alabama A&M. BlindSide: That’s the attitude we’ve all seen develop over these past four years. You potentially face a pretty tough pool in your conference. Obviously the unbeaten Temple, but Maryland hit that 30 win mark also. Christian: Every game has potential to be pretty tough it’s all in the mindset you carry. We’ve all seen the game of basketball unfold in the unlikeliest of ways over the years. BlindSide: So what happens once the Tournament comes to a close. Obviously this is your last year at Wisconsin. You’re currently ranked Top 10 on the latest big board. Do you have any thoughts on declaring for the draft? Christian: You know it’s something that’s been on my mind since before the season even started. I’ve had Gabe (Ripple) hounding me about it and how he wants to join me and we can run things like we did here. BlindSide: Just for those who may not know, we’re taking SF Gabriel Ripple. Your back up at Wisconsin. Christian: Yeah that’s him. He’s an awesome dude. I took him under my wing from the first practice. I think he has all the potential in the world to take that next step. As for me though I’m about to graduate with honors and I’ve already had a few interviews for jobs. So I’ll let the tournament play out and see what comes of it. BlindSide: Well I think I speak for us all when I say we can’t wait to hear your decision. You’re going to be great no matter where you go next. I personally would love to see you and Gabriel on the same team somewhere in the future. STAT CENTRAL: STAT CENTRAL Statistical Leaders from the 2019 – 2020 Season POINTS PER GAME :  POINTS PER GAME 1) Minnesota – F – Jesse Sparkman – Fr. - 24.8 2) Texas State – G – Chris Mitchell – So. - 24.3 3) Houston – F – DJ Chatman – Jr. - 24.1 4) BYU – F – Dontavis Perez – So.- 23.9 5) Arizona State – G – Omari Hill – Fr. - 22.9 REBOUNDS PER GAME :  REBOUNDS PER GAME 1) Georgia - F – R.J. Sullivan – Sr. – 11.8 2) Oklahoma – C – DeAndre White – Jr. – 11.3 3) Texas Tech - C – Bishop Black – So. - 11.1 4) Iowa State – C – Hassan Ayers – Fr. – 11.0 5) Michigan F – Malik Snyder – Jr. – 11.0 ASSISTS PER GAME :  ASSISTS PER GAME 1) Princeton G – Skyler Hyun – Jr. - 8.3 2) Virginia Tech G – Wilbur Adams – So. – 7.7 3) Temple – G – Whakil Blackshear – So. – 7.1 4) Ole Miss - G – JaMarcus Maclin – Jr. - 7.0 5) Stanford – G – Tyree McCullough – So. – 6.9 STEALS PER GAME :  STEALS PER GAME 1) Arkansas – F – Stacy Perryman – Jr. - 3.5 2) Boston College – G – Jett Delgado – So. – 3.1 3) Temple – G – Whakil Blackshear – So. – 3.1 4) Michigan – G – Devon Elliot – Sr. – 3.0 5) Texas A&M – G – Ayo Wilson – Jr. - 2.9 BLOCKS PER GAME :  BLOCKS PER GAME 1) Louisiana Tech – F – Julian Hardaway – So. - 3.8 2) Xavier – F – Denim McAlister – Sr. - 3.7 3) North Carolina State – C – Emmanuel Washington – So. – 3.3 4) Rider – C – Jelani Lewis – Fr. – 3.2 5) Iowa State – C– Hassan Ayers – Fr. – 3.1 Last Year’s Results National Player of the Year: Last Year’s Results National Player of the Year Guard – Whakil Blackshear – Temple – Sophomore ( 21.2 ppg – 5.9 rpg – 7.1 apg – 3.1 spg – 1.9 bpg ) Last Year’s National Player of the Year Runner Ups: Last Year’s National Player of the Year Runner Ups 2 nd Place G – Ayo Wilson – Junior – Texas A&M 17.4 ppg – 6.3 apg – 2.9 spg 3 rd Place C – DeAndre White – Junior - Oklahoma 18.7 ppg – 11.3 rpg – 1.9 apg - 1.8 bpg 4 th Place F Christian McLain – Senior – Wisconsin 18.3 ppg – 5.0 rpg – 2.0 apg - 2.2 spg – 1.5 bpg Last Year’s Results Defensive Player of the Year: Last Year’s Results Defensive Player of the Year Forward – Stacy Perryman– Junior – Arkansas ( 13.9 ppg – 7.0 rpg – 2.1 bpg – 3.5 bpg ) Last Year’s Defensive Player of the Year Runner Ups: Last Year’s Defensive Player of the Year Runner Ups 2 nd Place F – Denim McAlister – Junior – Xavier 12.9 ppg – 5.3 rpg – 1.7 spg – 3.7 bpg 3 rd Place G – Whakil Blackshear – Sophomore – Temple 21.2 ppg – 5.9 rpg – 7.1 apg – 3.1 spg – 1.9 bpg 4 th Place F – Julian Hardaway – Sophomore – La. Tech 15.9 ppg – 8.6 rpg – 3.8 bpg Last Year’s Results Freshman of the Year: Last Year’s Results Freshman of the Year Guard – Omari Hill – Arizona State ( 22.9 ppg – 5.0 apg ) Last Year’s Freshman of the Year Runner Ups: Last Year’s Freshman of the Year Runner Ups 2 nd Place F – Larry Barry – Freshman – Oregon State ( 20.0 ppg – 5.5 rpg – 2.0 apg ) 3 rd Place F – Jesse Sparkman – Freshman – Minnesota ( 20.2 ppg – 4.9 rpg ) 4 th Place G – Jabri Wilson – Freshman – Louisville ( 17.6 ppg – 2.1 apg – 2.6 spg ) First Team All Americans: First Team All Americans G – Whakil Blackshear – Temple – Sophomore ( 21.2 ppg – 5.9 rpg – 7.1 apg – 3.1 spg – 1.9 bpg ) G – Ayo Wilson – Texas A&M – Junior ( 17.4 ppg – 6.3 apg – 2.9 spg ) F – D.J. Chatman – Houston – Junior ( 24.1 ppg – 5.7 rpg ) F – Christian McLain – Wisconsin – Senior ( 18.3 ppg – 5.0 rpg – 2.0 apg - 2.2 spg – 1.5 bpg ) C – DeAndre White – Oklahoma – Junior ( 18.7 ppg – 11.3 rpg – 1.9 apg - 1.8 bpg ) Second Team All Americans: Second Team All Americans G – Wilbur Adamas – Virginia Tech – Junior ( 14.6 ppg – 7.7 apg – 2.1 spg ) G – Tyree McCullough – Stanford – Junior ( 15.6 ppg – 6.9 apg – 1.9 spg ) F – Dontavis Perez – BYU – Sophomore ( 23.9 ppg – 4.1 rpg – 1.9 spg – 1.6 bpg ) F – Stacy Perryman – Arkansas – Junior ( 13.9 ppg – 7.0 rpg – 2.1 bpg – 3.5 bpg ) C – Hassan Ayers – Iowa State – Freshman ( 13.7 ppg – 11.0 rpg – 3.1 bpg ) Third Team All Americans: Third Team All Americans G - JaMarcus Maclin – Ole Miss – Junior ( 15.9 ppg – 2.9 rpg - 7.0 apg – 1.8 spg ) G – Omari Hill – Arizona State – Freshman ( 14. 22.9 ppg – 5.0 apg ) F – Larry Barrry – Oregon State – Freshman ( 20.0 ppg – 5.5 rpg – 2.0 apg ) F – Julian Hardaway – Louisiana Tech – Sophomore ( 16.7 ppg – 8.9 rpg – 1.7 spg – 3.8 bpg ) C – Emmanuel Washington – NC State – Sophomore ( 14.2 ppg – 8.9 rpg – 3.3 bpg ) NCAA All Freshman Team: NCAA All Freshman Team G – Omari Hill – Arizona State ( 22.9 ppg – 5.0 apg ) G – Jabri Wilson – Louisville ( 17.6 ppg – 2.1 apg – 2.6 spg ) G – Jesse Sparkman – Minnesota ( 20.2 ppg – 4.9 rpg ) F – Larry Barrry – Oregon State ( 20.0 ppg – 5.5 rpg – 2.0 apg ) C – Hassan Ayers – Iowa State ( 13.7 ppg – 11.0 rpg – 3.1 bpg ) Sapp’s Top 120 Big Board : Sapp’s Top 120 Big Board 1) PG Whakil Blackshear Sophomore/Temple 2) PG Ayo Wilson Junior/Texas A&M 3) C DeAndre White Junior/Oklahoma *4) PF Larry Barry Freshman/Oregon State 5) SG Jabri Wilson Freshman/Louisville 6) PF Malik Snyder Sophomore/Michigan 7) C Thiago Souza/Brazil 8) SG Chris Griffin Junior/Notre Dame *9) PG Andy Heller/Australia *10) SF DeMarcus Houston Freshman/Arizona State 11) SF Martavius Elliott Sophomore/Arizona 12) SF Christian McLain Senior/Wisconsin *13) SF Trey Dabney Freshman/Oregon 14) C Semso Kamesivic /Yugoslavia *15) PF Marquise McMillan Sophomore/Ohio State 16) PF Gavin Williamson Junior/UCLA *17) C Ian McNeal Junior/Texas A&M 18) PF Deebo Evans Junior/California 19) SG Jett Delgado Sophomore/Boston College 20) SF Kambrell Hampton Sophomore/New Mexico *21) PG JaMarcus Maclin Junior/ Ole Miss 22) C Colin Henry Junior/ Oregon 23) SF LaMarcus Miller Freshman/Oklahoma *24) SF Dontavis Perez Sophomore/ BYU 25) SF Cameron Ramsey Junior/Ohio State 26) PGTyree McCullough Junior/Stanford *27) PG Wilbur Adams Junior/Virginia Tech *28) C Emmanuel Washington Sophomore/ NC State *29) PF Julian Hardaway Sophomore/La Tech 30) PG Evan Robinson Senior/Kansas 31) PF Aton Williams Sophomore/Texas A&M 32) PF Domingo Garcia/Spain 33) SF Tzahal Ashkenazi/ Isreal *34) C Jeremiah Rice Junior/Butler 35) PF Damani Monroe Freshman/ Duke 36) C Joe Spearman Senior/Kentucky 37) PG Devon Elliot/Sophomore/ Michigan 38) C Bishop Black Sophomore/Texas Tech *39) PF Nicholas Ackland/ Australia 40) SG Jamie Bol Junior/Miami 41) SF Raymond St. Vincent/France 42) PG Skyler Hyun Senior/Princeton *43) PG Tyler Comblatt Sophomore/Maryland 44) C Viltautas Jotautas/Lithuania *45) SF Wesley Stafford Freshman/ North Carolina 46) PF R.J. Sullivan Senior/ Georgia 47) PG Pierre Rivera/France 48) PG Terrance Joiner Freshman/North Carolina 49) SG Gerard Baptiste Senior/LSU 50) PG Frederic Neville/ France 51) PG Omari Hill Senior/Arizona State *52) PF Shelby Clausen Freshman/ Arkansas 53) SG Sean Hoop Sophomore/Baylor *54) SG Domingo Vargas/Spain 55) PG Simone Russo/ Italy *56) SF Stacy Perryman Junior/Arkansas 57) SG Jason Hargrove Senior/Mississippi State *58) PF Ladarius Stephens Sophomore/New Mexico 59) SF Ronald Haynes Freshman/Minnesota 60) C Patrick Hunt Senior/Utah Sapp’s Top 120 Big Board (cont.): Sapp’s Top 120 Big Board (cont.) 61) SG Justyn Chestnut Senior/Drexel 62) PF Denim McAlister Senior/Xavier *63) PG Cody Morgan Freshman/Michigan 64) C Xander Whitemarsh Junior/Boston College 65) SF David Ramsey Senior/Duke *66) SG Damian Dunlap Sophomore/ Florida State *67) SF Sebastian Rogers Freshman/ Virginia Tech 68) PF Reznik Welsch /Czech Republic 69) SF Lester Gidgeon Junior/Iowa State *70) SF Gabriel Ripple Sophomore/ Wisconsin 71) PG Fabian Krahenbuhl /Switzerland 72) C T.J. Bowman Sophomore/Illinois *73) PG Lucas Caceres/Argentina 74) PG Travion Saunders Freshman/ Connecticut *75) PG Jayson Cousy Freshman/Michigan St 76) C Jaron Williams Freshman/Arkansas *77) PG Chris Mitchell Sophomore/TSU *78) SF Hector Cazares Sophomore/Utah 79) SG Vladislav Dubrovskiy /Russia 80) SF SeQuan Goodwin Junior/Syracuse *81) SG Jacob Oliver Freshman/Syracuse 82) SF Matt Palacio Junior/Duke *83) PF Brian Wray Junior/Saint Marys 84) C Antoine Davis Junior/UNLV *85) PF Mississippi Thornburg Sophomore/Temple *86) SF Jesse Sparkman Freshman/ Minnesota 87) SG Drake Harvell Junior/Notre Dame *88) SF Dobrislav Petrovic / Crotia 89) SG Thomas Benning Senior/Washington State *90) C Hassan Ayers Freshman/ Iowa St 91) SG Nigel Owens Senior/Wichita State 92) SF Jerome Berry Junior/ Miami *93) PG Petros Laskaris/Greece *94) SG Kendrick Walker Sophomore/ Wichita State 95) SF Anthony Curry Sophomore/Oklahoma State 96) C Fredrico Mancini/ Italy *97) SG Devon McNair Freshman/ Oklahoma St. *98) SF Kadeem Jordan Freshman/ West Virginia 99) SG Amado Santiago/Spain 100) PG DJ Jenkins Junior/ Kansas State *101) C Homer Pyle Sophomore/Stony Brook 102) SF Caleb Price Senior/ Kansas *103) SG Lavonte Freeman Freshman/ Oklahoma State 104) PF Trey Norvell Junior/Memphis *105) SF Jeremy Gilchrist Freshman/ Duke 106) PF Nili Randjeiovic/ Yugoslavia 107) PF Justin Dwyer Senior/Cincy *108) SG George Wittek Junior/ Weber State *109) SG Jovon Johnson Freshman/Virginia Tech 110) SG Tanner Splinter Senior/ Clemson 111) PF Jacoby Watson Senior/Alabama 112) SF Eric Nelson Memphis/Senior 113) C Derrick Montgomery Senior/Saint Mary’s 114) SF Moritz Koertig/ Germany 115) PG Jonathan Coleman Senior/San Diego State 116) PG Nathaniel Scott Senior/Oregon 117) PF Samuele Moretti/ Italy 118) C Jerrico Vincent Senior/Purdue 119) SG Rezo Eichmann/Germany 120) C Matthew Koch Senior/Butler HELP ME FILL A NEED (Ranking the best players available in different categories): HELP ME FILL A NEED (Ranking the best players available in different categories) We have been doing Help me fill a need section for a few classes now so I decided to add something to it finally. I have first added a couple of new categories. On top of that, I have decided to add grades for each player. This is how the grading system works for this particular section however. A perfect example would be the shooting category. The max points for each category is 100. However, a grade of a 100 is equivalent to the greats. So a grade of 100 would be given out to someone like Ray Allen in the category. A score of 100 in post scoring would represent Hakeem or the mailman. So a score of an 85 or 80 would still be very impressive. It also gives you an idea of just how far ahead some guys are than others. ASSASSINS INC. (Best shooters available in the draft): ASSASSINS INC. (Best shooters available in the draft) PG – Frederic Neville – France – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 87 2) SG – Gerard Baptiste – LSU – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 83 3) SF – David Ramsey – Duke – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 79 4) SG – Sean Hoop – Baylor – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 79 5) SG – Vladislav Dubrovsky – Russia – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 77 JUMPING OUT OF THE GYM (Best athletes available in the draft): JUMPING OUT OF THE GYM (Best athletes available in the draft) 1) PG – Whakil Blackshear – Temple – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 85 2) SF – Kambrell Hampton – New Mexico – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 84 3) SF – Martavious Elliot – Arizona – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 80 4) SG – Chris Griffin – Notre Dame – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 79 5) SG – Tanner Splinter – Clemson – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 79 GOING HARD IN THE PAINT (Best scorers in the post available in this draft): GOING HARD IN THE PAINT (Best scorers in the post available in this draft) 1) C – DeAndre White – Okalahoma – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 81 2) PF – Malik Snyder – Michigan – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 80 3) C – Semso Kamesivic – Russia – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 72 4) SG – Jason Hargrove – Mississippi State – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 73 5) PG – Evan Robinson – Kansas – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 73 WE MUST PROTECT THIS HOUSE (Best post defenders available in the draft): WE MUST PROTECT THIS HOUSE (Best post defenders available in the draft) 1) C – Semso Kamesivic – Russia – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 83 2) C – DeAndre White – Oklahoma – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 81 3) PF – Malik Snyder – Michigan – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 80 4) C – Thiago Souza – Brazil – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 78 5) PF – Deebo Evans – California – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 76 ON LOCK LIKE THEY LOST THE KEY (Best on ball defenders in the draft): ON LOCK LIKE THEY LOST THE KEY (Best on ball defenders in the draft) 1) PG – Ayo Wilson – Texas A&M – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 90 2) SG – Chris Griffin – Notre Dame – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 83 3) PG – Whakil Blackshear – Temple – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 83 4) SF – Kambrell Hampton – New Mexico – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 79 5) SG – Jabri Wilson – Louisville – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 75 GIMME THAT (Best at steals in the draft): GIMME THAT (Best at steals in the draft) 1) SG – Jett Delgado – Boston College – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 84 2) PG – Devon Elliot – Michigan – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 83 3) PG – Whakil Blackshear – Temple – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 82 4) PG – Ayo Wilson – Texas A&M – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 80 5) SF – Kambrell Hampton – New Mexico – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 79 YOU MIGHT WANT TO GET OUT THE WAY (Best finishers at the rim in the draft): YOU MIGHT WANT TO GET OUT THE WAY (Best finishers at the rim in the draft) 1) PG – Whakil Blackshear – Temple – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 88 2) SF – Martavious Elliot – Arizona – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 80 3) SF – Kambrell Hampton – New Mexico – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 79 4) SG – Tanner Splinter – Clemson – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 78 5) PG – Terrance Joiner – North Carolina - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 76 WAIT…. YOU’RE MOVING TOO FAST (Best combination of speed/quickness in the draft): WAIT…. YOU’RE MOVING TOO FAST (Best combination of speed/quickness in the draft) PG – Devon Elliot – Michigan - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 95 2) PG – Tyree McCullough – Stanford - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 91 3) PG – Simone Russo – Italy - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 89 4) PG – Whakil Blackshear – Temple - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 87 5) PG – Ayo Wilson – Texas A&M - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 87 YOU CAN WATCH, BUT DON’T REACH (Best ball handlers in the draft): YOU CAN WATCH, BUT DON’T REACH (Best ball handlers in the draft) 1) PG – Whakil Blackshear – Temple - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 86 2) PG – Ayo Wilson – Texas A&M - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 85 3) PG – Tyree McCullough – Stanford - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 79 4) PG – Omari Hill – Arizona State - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 74 5) PG – Pierre Rivera – France - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 73 GET OPEN AND ILL FIND YOU (Best passers in the draft): GET OPEN AND ILL FIND YOU (Best passers in the draft) 1) PG – Skyler Hyun – Princeton - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 87 2) PG – Whakil Blackshear – Temple - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 86 3) PG – Tyree McCullough – Stanford - Sapp’s Grade in this category – 79 4) PG – Ayo Wilson – Texas A&M - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 79 5) PG – Omari Hill – Arizona State - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 77 YOU JUST SHOOT AND I’LL HANDLE THE REST (Best rebounders in the draft): YOU JUST SHOOT AND I’LL HANDLE THE REST (Best rebounders in the draft) 1) C – RJ Sullivan – Georgia - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 84 2) C – Semso Kamesivic – Russia – Sapp’s Grade in this category – 83 3) C – DeAndre White – Okalahoma – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 81 4) C – Bishop Black – Texas Tech - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 79 5) PF – Malik Snyder – Michigan - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 76 HULK SMASH! (Strongest players in the draft): HULK SMASH! (Strongest players in the draft) 1) PF – Deebo Evans – California - Sapp’s Grade in this category – 88 2) C – DeAndre White – Okalahoma – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 84 3) C – Xander Whitemarsh – Boston College - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 83 4) C – Bishop Black – Texas Tech - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 80 5) PF – Malik Snyder – Michigan - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 78 IT ALL JUST COMES SO NATURALLY (OFFENSE) (Most offensively aware players in the draft): IT ALL JUST COMES SO NATURALLY (OFFENSE) (Most offensively aware players in the draft) 1) SG – Gerard Baptiste – LSU - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 81 2) PG – Skyler Hyun – Princeton - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 80 3) SG – Nigel Owens – Wichita State - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 73 4) C – DeAndre White – Okalahoma – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 71 5) PG – Whakil Blackshear – Temple - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 70 IT ALL JUST COMES SO NATURALLY (DEFENSE) (Most defensively aware players in the draft): IT ALL JUST COMES SO NATURALLY (DEFENSE) (Most defensively aware players in the draft) 1) PG – Ayo Wilson – Texas A&M - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 76 2) PG – Skyler Hyun – Princeton - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 74 3) C – Thiago Souza – Brazil – Sapp’s Grade in this category - 74 4) PG – Whakil Blackshear – Temple - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 70 5) C – Fererico Macini – Italy - Sapp’s Grade in this category - 70 Video/Highlight Archive: Video/Highlight Archive Final Four (Texas A&M vs. Virginia Tech) – http://youtu.be/-BD_HJ4W51s Final Four (Temple vs. Oregon State) - http://youtu.be/yJUNs6M86lg National Championship 1 st Half (Temple vs. Oregon) – http://youtu.be/sprOfF7DNno USA vs. The World – http://youtu.be/SuesvbYRD3Q Point Guard: Point Guard Best Overall Prospect - Whakil Blackshear Best Offensive Player – Whakil Blackshear Best Defensive Player – Ayo Wilson Potential 1 st Round Steal – Domingo Garcia Potential Second Round Steal – Omari Hill Whakil Blackshear:  Whakil Blackshear TOTAL POINTS: 119 NBA position : PG/SG Class : Sophomore Ht : 6’5” Wt : 216 School/Country: Temple Key Stats : 21.2 ppg – 5.9 rpg – 7.1 apg – 3.1 spg – 1.9 bpg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #1 Ranking amongst all available players: #1 Ranking amongst available PGs: #1 Ranking amongst available PGs: #1 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #1 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #1 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #2 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #2 Top Five Categories: #1 Athlete in draft, #3 On Ball Defender in draft, #3 at steals in draft, #1 Finisher in draft, #4 combination of speed/quickness in draft, #1 Ball Handler in Draft, #2 Passer in draft, #5 Offensive Awareness in draft, #4 Defensive Awareness in draft Player’s Current Status: All Star Player’s Potential Ceiling: Legend Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 95% Jonathan coleman:  Jonathan coleman TOTAL POINTS: 77 NBA position : PG Class : Freshman Ht : 6’1” Wt : 178 School/Country: SD State Key Stats : 14.8 ppg – 4.0 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #73 Ranking amongst all available players: #72 Ranking amongst available PGs: #15 Ranking amongst available PGs: #15 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #73 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #17 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #34 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #6 Top Five Categories: None Player’s Current Status: Not NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Bottom of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 50% devon elliot:  devon elliot TOTAL POINTS: 77 NBA position : PG Class : Senior Ht : 5’11” Wt : 151 School/Country: Michigan Key Stats : 13.5 ppg – 5.1 apg – 3.0 spg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #25 Ranking amongst all available players: #25 Ranking amongst available PGs: #5 Ranking amongst available PGs: #6 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #24 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #8 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #23 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #5 Top Five Categories: #2 at steals in draft, #1 combination of speed/quickness in draft Player’s Current Status: Bottom of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: Starter Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 75% omari hill:  omari hill TOTAL POINTS: 80 NBA position : PG Class : Freshman Ht : 6’3” Wt : 194 School/Country: ASU Key Stats : 22.9 ppg – 5.0 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #36 Ranking amongst all available players: #32 Ranking amongst available PGs: #10 Ranking amongst available PGs: #7 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #13 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #5 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #35 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #7 Top Five Categories: #4 Ball Handler in Draft, #5 passer in draft Player’s Current Status: Middle of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: Starter Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 70% skyler hyun:  skyler hyun TOTAL POINTS: 83 NBA position : PG Class : Senior Ht : 6’2” Wt : 185 School/Country: Princeton Key Stats : 12.7 ppg – 8.3 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #29 Ranking amongst all available players: #24 Ranking amongst available PGs: #6 Ranking amongst available PGs: #5 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #19 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #6 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #46 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #9 Top Five Categories: #1 Passer in draft, #2 Offensive Awareness in draft, #2 Defensive Awareness in draft Player’s Current Status: Middle of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: Starter Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 50% DJ jenkins:  DJ jenkins TOTAL POINTS: 83 NBA position : PG Class : Junior Ht : 6’3” Wt : 202 School/Country: Kansas State Key Stats : 13.9 ppg – 4.8 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #63 Ranking amongst all available players: #64 Ranking amongst available PGs: #14 Ranking amongst available PGs: #14 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #54 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #14 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #48 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #10 Top Five Categories: None Player’s Current Status: Not NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Bottom of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 55% donovan johnson:  donovan johnson TOTAL POINTS: 72 NBA position : PG Class : Senior Ht : 6’1” Wt : 183 School/Country: Saint Louis Key Stats : 15.1 ppg – 3.8 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #80 Ranking amongst all available players: #80 Ranking amongst available PGs: #17 Ranking amongst available PGs: #17 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #63 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #15 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #70 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #15 Top Five Categories: None Player’s Current Status: Far From NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Bottom of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 50% terrance joiner:  terrance joiner TOTAL POINTS: 87 NBA position : PG Class : Freshman Ht : 6’4” Wt : 199 School/Country: UNC Key Stats : 12.1 ppg – 5.1 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #33 Ranking amongst all available players: #33 Ranking amongst available PGs: #8 Ranking amongst available PGs: #8 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #47 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #12 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #62 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #12 Top Five Categories: #5 Finisher in draft Player’s Current Status: Almost NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Top of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 65% fabian krahenbuhl:  fabian krahenbuhl TOTAL POINTS: 81 NBA position : PG Class : Unavailable Ht : 6’2” Wt : 182 School/Country: Switzerland Key Stats : 9.8 ppg – 3.8 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #48 Ranking amongst all available players: #48 Ranking amongst available PGs: #12 Ranking amongst available PGs: #12 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #52 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #13 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #52 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #11 Top Five Categories: None Player’s Current Status: Almost NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Middle of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 60% tyree mccullough:  tyree mccullough TOTAL POINTS: 84 NBA position : PG Class : Junior Ht : 6’0” Wt : 172 School/Country: Stanford Key Stats : 15.6 ppg – 6.9 apg – 1.9 spg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #18 Ranking amongst all available players: #22 Ranking amongst available PGs: #3 Ranking amongst available PGs: #4 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #6 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #3 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #14 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #3 Top Five Categories: #2 combination of speed/quickness in draft, #3 Ball handler in draft, #3 passer in draft Player’s Current Status: Middle of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: Starter Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 60% frederic neville:  frederic neville TOTAL POINTS: 90 NBA position : PG/SG Class : Unavailable Ht : 6’5” Wt : 189 School/Country: France Key Stats : 15.7 ppg – 4.0 apg – 1.4 spg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #35 Ranking amongst all available players: #35 Ranking amongst available PGs: #9 Ranking amongst available PGs: #9 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #7 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #4 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #65 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #13 Top Five Categories: #1 Shooter in draft Player’s Current Status: Middle of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: Top of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 80% pierre rivera:  pierre rivera TOTAL POINTS: 81 NBA position : PG Class : Unavailable Ht : 6’2” Wt : 209 School/Country: France Key Stats : 13.2 ppg – 5.1 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #32 Ranking amongst all available players: #38 Ranking amongst available PGs: #7 Ranking amongst available PGs: #10 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #38 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #10 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #42 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #8 Top Five Categories: #5 Ball Handler in Draft Player’s Current Status: Middle of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: Top of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 90% evan robinson:  evan robinson TOTAL POINTS: 96 NBA position : PG Class : Senior Ht : 6’2” Wt : 211 School/Country: Kansas Key Stats : 12.6 ppg – 4.9 apg – 2.1 spg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #19 Ranking amongst all available players: #21 Ranking amongst available PGs: #4 Ranking amongst available PGs: #3 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #36 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #9 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #17 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #4 Top Five Categories: #5 Post Scorer in draft Player’s Current Status: Middle of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: Starter Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 75% simone russo:  simone russo TOTAL POINTS: 70 NBA position : PG Class : Unavailable Ht : 5’11” Wt : 174 School/Country: Italy Key Stats : 10.0 ppg – 2.9 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #38 Ranking amongst all available players: #43 Ranking amongst available PGs: #11 Ranking amongst available PGs: #11 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #21 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #7 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #76 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #16 Top Five Categories: #3 combination of speed/quickness in draft Player’s Current Status: Not NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Top of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 75% travion saunders:  travion saunders TOTAL POINTS: 79 NBA position : PG/SG Class : Freshman Ht : 6’2” Wt : 194 School/Country: Connecticut Key Stats : 12.5 ppg – 3.9 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #50 Ranking amongst all available players: #51 Ranking amongst available PGs: #13 Ranking amongst available PGs: #13 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #39 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #11 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #67 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #14 Top Five Categories: None Player’s Current Status: Not NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Sixth Man Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 50% nathaniel scott:  nathaniel scott TOTAL POINTS: 81 NBA position : PG/SG Class : Senior Ht : 6’2” Wt : 211 School/Country: Oregon Key Stats : 12.9 ppg – 3.7 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #74 Ranking amongst all available players: #74 Ranking amongst available PGs: #16 Ranking amongst available PGs: #16 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #72 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #16 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #77 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #17 Top Five Categories: None Player’s Current Status: Not NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Bottom of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 50% ayo wilson:  ayo wilson TOTAL POINTS: 102 NBA position : PG Class : Junior Ht : 6’4” Wt : 190 School/Country: Texas A&M Key Stats : 17.4 ppg – 6.3 apg – 2.9 spg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #2 Ranking amongst all available players: #2 Ranking amongst available PGs: #2 Ranking amongst available PGs: #2 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #3 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #2 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #1 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available PGs: #1 Top Five Categories: #1 On Ball defender in draft, #4 at steals in draft, #5 Combination of speed/quickness in draft, #2 Ball Handler in Draft, #4 Passer in draft, #1 Defensive Awareness in draft Player’s Current Status: High Profile Starter Player’s Potential Ceiling: Superstar Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 85% Shooting Guard: Shooting Guard Best Overall Prospect - Jabri Wilson Best Offensive Player – Gerard Baptiste Best Defensive Player – Jabri Wilson Potential 1 st Round Steal – Jett Delgado Potential Second Round Steal – Gerard Baptiste gerard baptiste :  gerard baptiste TOTAL POINTS: 88 NBA position : SG/SF Class : Senior Ht : 6’9” Wt : 190 School/Country: LSU Key Stats : 17.3 ppg – 3.0 rpg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #34 Ranking amongst all available players: #34 Ranking amongst available SGs: #5 Ranking amongst available SGs: #5 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #8 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #1 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #73 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #12 Top Five Categories: #2 Shooter in the draft, #1 Offensive Awareness in the draft Player’s Current Status: Bottom of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: Starter Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 55% thomas benning :  thomas benning TOTAL POINTS: 82 NBA position : SG/SF Class : Senior Ht : 6’6” Wt : 221 School/Country: Wash. State Key Stats : 15.8 ppg – 2.9 rpg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #57 Ranking amongst all available players: #58 Ranking amongst available SGs: #11 Ranking amongst available SGs: #11 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #60 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #10 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #74 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #13 Top Five Categories: None Player’s Current Status: Not NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Top of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 60% Jamie bol:  Jamie bol TOTAL POINTS: 85 NBA position : SG/PG Class : Junior Ht : 6’5” Wt : 200 School/Country: Miami Key Stats : 15.6 ppg – 3.1 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #27 Ranking amongst all available players: #28 Ranking amongst available SGs: #4 Ranking amongst available SGs: #4 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #16 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #3 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #50 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #7 Top Five Categories: None Player’s Current Status: Middle of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: Starter Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 60% Justyn Chestnut :  Justyn Chestnut TOTAL POINTS: 81 NBA position : SG Class : Senior Ht : 6’6” Wt : 195 School/Country: Drexel Key Stats : 19.6 ppg – 3.9 rpg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #42 Ranking amongst all available players: #39 Ranking amongst available SGs: #8 Ranking amongst available SGs: #7 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #32 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #6 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #56 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #8 Top Five Categories: None Player’s Current Status: Bottom of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: Middle if the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 90% jett delgado :  jett delgado TOTAL POINTS: 94 NBA position : SG/SF Class : Sophomore Ht : 6’7” Wt : 200 School/Country: Boston College Key Stats : 15.7 ppg – 4.1 rpg – 3.1 spg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #13 Ranking amongst all available players: #15 Ranking amongst available SGs: #3 Ranking amongst available SGs: #3 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #42 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #8 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #16 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #3 Top Five Categories: #1 at steals in the draft Player’s Current Status: Middle of the Bench Player’s Potential Ceiling: High Profile Starter Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 65% vladislav dubrovsky :  vladislav dubrovsky TOTAL POINTS: 71 NBA position : SG/SF Class : Unavailable Ht : 6’6” Wt : 227 School/Country: Russia Key Stats : 14.2 ppg – 2.7 rpg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #52 Ranking amongst all available players: #53 Ranking amongst available SGs: #9 Ranking amongst available SGs: #9 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #22 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #5 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #80 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #15 Top Five Categories: #5 Shooter in the draft Player’s Current Status: Almost NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Bottom of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 90% rezo eichmann :  rezo eichmann TOTAL POINTS: 80 NBA position : SG Class : Unavailable Ht : 6’6” Wt : 195 School/Country: Germany Key Stats : 12.9 ppg – 1.9 apg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #77 Ranking amongst all available players: #78 Ranking amongst available SGs: #15 Ranking amongst available SGs: #15 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #69 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #14 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #79 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #14 Top Five Categories: None Player’s Current Status: Not NBA Ready Player’s Potential Ceiling: Bottom of the Bench Chance of reaching potential ceiling: 55% chris Griffin :  chris Griffin TOTAL POINTS: 98 NBA position : SG/SF Class : Junior Ht : 6’6” Wt : 215 School/Country: Notre Dame Key Stats : 14.8 ppg – 3.9 apg – 2.1 spg Sapp’s Analysis Dreece’s Analysis Ranking amongst all available players: #7 Ranking amongst all available players: #8 Ranking amongst available SGs: #2 Ranking amongst available SGs: #2 Additional Sapp Rankings Offensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #40 Offensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #7 Defensive Ranking Amongst All Players: #5 Defensive Ranking Amongst Available SGs: #2 Top Five

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