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Top 10 Prospects

1. Harrison Barnes 6-8 209 SF North Carolina Fr. -- As the front runner for the #1 pick for 2011, Barnes will come into UNC and instantly be an impact guy who re-injects excitement into the UNC-Duke rivalry. Barnes has a sweet jump shot and the versatility to play positions 1-4. He projects as a 3 at the NBA level. His strong character and work ethic should allow him to continue to improve and develop after his NBA career begins.


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2. Kyrie Irving 6-2 172 PG Duke Fr. -- The main reason the Blue Devils could be even better in 2010-11 than they were last year in their championship season. Irving is extremely advanced showing an equal ability to score as distribute. Irving is a polished customer both on the court and in interviews and will be a top 5 pick when he enters. He doesn't appear to be in any rush to leave and could conceivably be the top overall pick in 2012. But turning down the opportunity to be a top 5 pick will likely be difficult.

3. Enes Kanter 6-11 261 PF/C Kentucky Fr. -- Kanter has long been a standout in European competitions, consistently dominating his age group. He recently measured a legit 6-11 (in shoes) 261 lbs and a 7-1 wingspan. The skill, toughness and shooting touch that he displayed in Portland at the Hoop Summit pushed his stock into the top 5 of this year's draft. The one concern with Kanter are his knees. International scouts warn that he could have some issues that arise when NBA doctors examine him.

4. Perry Jones 6-11 230 SF Baylor Fr. -- 6'11 players aren't supposed to have the combination of speed and skills that Jones possesses, he's "freakishly skilled". He's absolutely oozing with potential - more than any player on this list. But all the hyperbole needs to be tempered by the fact that Jones still needs to learn to be a consistent night in night out competitor. If he develops a killer instinct, watch out because his talent is through the roof.

5. Brandon Knight 6-3 185 PG Kentucky Fr. -- Knight had a disappointing prep All Star game tour. He failed to play up to his abilities in any of the post season showcases although he did hit the game winning 3 pointer in the McDonald's AA game. Knight is a bright kid with a professional demeanor. He's extremely quick and shows a natural leadership ability. He'll look to make it four years straight that Coach Cal has delivered a point guard into the top 5 of the NBA draft.

6. Jared Sullinger 6-9 286 PF Ohio State Fr. -- Recently was weighed at 286 lbs at the Amare Skills Camp. Sullinger will need to drop some weight this summer in preparation for the season if he intends to be a top 10 pick in the 2011 draft. A highly skilled big man, Sullinger shows the ability to knock down the three ball and absolutely dominate foes in the paint. His skill set is similar to Kevin Love although he possesses less passing ability but more strength inside.

7. Trey Thompkins 6-10 247 PF Georgia Jr. -- Our top returning NCAA player, Thompkins likely would have been a top 20 pick had he decided to enter the 2010 draft. He'll team with the freakiest wing in the nation - Travis Leslie to make Georgia a formidable team in the SEC. Thompkins inside/outside offensive ability and size makes him an intriguing PF prospect.

8. Donatas Motiejunas 7-0 224 PF Benetton Treviso 1990 -- Motiejunas struggled with some foot problems last season. He fell behind Vesely in hype, but has more long term potential due to his offensive skills. He'll look to improve on his strength and defensive ability in his second season in Treviso.

9. Jan Vesely 6-11 230 SF/PF Partizan Belgrade 1990 -- Vesely really established himself as a clutch performer in Paris playing for Partizan in the Final Four. His versatility to play on the perimeter at 6-11 is extremely impressive. Vesely will soon be the pride of the Czech Republic when he makes his mark at the NBA level.

10. Alec Burks 6-6 191 SG Colorado So. -- Burks edges out William Buford for the final spot as well as the top shooting guard prospect for 2011. The maturity and versatility that Burks exhibited as a freshman was extremely impressive. Burks was overlooked in high school but blossomed into a consistent force and will look to build upon his tremendous freshman season.
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Change Player Height Weight Pos School/Team Class
1. +100 Harrison Barnes 6-8 209 SF North Carolina Fr.
2. +99 Kyrie Irving 6-2 172 PG Duke Fr.
3. +98 Enes Kanter 6-11 261 PF/C Kentucky Fr.
4. +97 Perry Jones 6-11 230 SF Baylor Fr.
5. +96 Brandon Knight 6-3 185 PG Kentucky Fr.
6. +95 Jared Sullinger 6-9 286 PF Ohio State Fr.
7. +94 Trey Thompkins 6-10 247 PF Georgia Jr.
8. +93 Donatas Motiejunas 7-0 224 PF Benetton Treviso 1990
9. +92 Jan Vesely 6-11 230 SF/PF Partizan Belgrade 1990
10. +91 Alec Burks 6-6 191 SG Colorado So.
11. +90 William Buford 6-5 190 SG Ohio State Jr.
12. +89 Derrick Williams 6-9 221 PF Arizona So.
13. +88 Rodney Williams 6-7 210 SG/SF Minnesota So.
14. +87 Kyle Singler 6-8 230 SF Duke Sr.
15. +86 Aaric Murray 6-10 250 PF/C LaSalle So.
16. +85 Terrence Jones 6-8 219 SF Kentucky Fr.
17. +84 Travis Leslie 6-4 202 SG Georgia Jr.
18. +83 CJ Leslie 6-8 205 SF NC State Fr.
19. +82 Kemba Walker 6-0 179 PG UConn Jr.
20. +81 Jimmer Fredette 6-2 195 PG/SG BYU Sr.
21. +80 Tony Mitchell 6-7 215 SF Missouri Fr.
22. +79 Maalik Wayns 6-1 190 PG Villanova So.
23. +78 John Henson 6-10 200 SF/PF North Carolina So.
24. +77 Kris Joseph 6-7 207 SF Syracuse Jr.
25. +76 Greg Smith 6-10 250 PF/C Fresno St. So.
26. +75 Wesley Witherspoon 6-7 200 SF Memphis Jr.
27. +74 Fab Melo 7-0 255 C Syracuse Fr.
28. +73 Cory Joseph 6-3 180 PG Texas Fr.
29. +72 Jeffery Taylor 6-7 210 SF Vanderbilt Jr.
30. +71 Renardo Sidney 6-10 275 PF Mississippi St. Fr.
31. +70 Wally Judge 6-9 248 PF Kansas State So.
32. +69 Durand Scott 6-4 185 SG Miami So.
33. +68 Jonas Valanciunas 6-10 210 PF/C Lietuvos Rytas 1992
34. +67 Elias Harris 6-8 225 SF Gonzaga So.
35. +66 Reggie Bullock 6-5 190 SG North Carolina Fr.
36. +65 JaMychal Green 6-8 225 PF Alabama Jr.
37. +64 Josh Selby 6-3 183 PG Kansas Fr.
38. +63 Chris Singleton 6-9 225 SF/PF Florida St. Jr.
39. +62 John Jenkins 6-4 210 SG Vanderbilt So.
40. +61 LaceDarius Dunn 6-4 200 PG/SG Baylor Sr.
41. +60 DeQuan Jones 6-6 217 SG Miami Jr.
42. +59 Jeremy Tyler 6-10 245 PF Maccabi Haifa 1991
43. +58 Arnett Moultrie 6-10 225 PF Mississippi St. So.
44. +57 Willie Reed 6-9 220 PF St. Louis Jr.
45. +56 Rudy Gobert 6-10 225 PF/C Cholet 1992
46. +55 Lucas Riva 7-0 200 PF/C Estudiantes 1992
47. +54 Evan Fournier 6-6 185 SG 1992
48. +53 Adreian Payne 6-9 215 PF Michigan St. Fr.
49. +52 Corey Fisher 6-1 185 PG Villanova Sr.
50. +51 Alex Oriakhi 6-9 240 PF UConn So.
51. +50 Joan Tomas 6-7 180 SF Joventut 1992
52. +49 JaJuan Johnson 6-10 208 SF/PF Purdue Sr.
53. +48 Jordan Hamilton 6-7 226 SF Texas So.
54. +47 Chris Wright 6-2 204 PG Georgetown Sr.
55. +46 Dejan Musli 7-0 247 C FMP Belgrade 1991
56. +45 Durrell Summers 6-5 186 SG Michigan St. Sr.
57. +44 Lavoy Allen 6-9 225 PF Temple Sr.
58. +43 Gary Flowers 6-8 214 SF Southern Miss. Sr.
59. +42 Patric Young 6-9 222 PF Florida Fr.
60. +41 Tristan Thompson 6-9 225 SF/PF Texas Fr.
61. +40 Augustus Gilchrist 6-10 243 PF South Florida Jr.
62. +39 Elijah Johnson 6-2 183 PG/SG Kansas So.
63. +38 Noel Johnson 6-6 190 SF Clemson So.
64. +37 Malcolm Lee 6-5 175 PG/SG UCLA Jr.
65. +36 CJ McCollum 6-3 165 PG/SG Lehigh So.
66. +35 Eniel Polynice 6-5 220 PG/SG Seton Hall Sr.
67. +34 Mason Plumlee 6-10 230 SF/PF Duke So.
68. +33 Robin Benzing 6-10 205 SF Ratiopharm Ulm 1989
69. +32 Nolan Smith 6-3 180 PG/SG Duke Sr.
70. +31 Scotty Hopson 6-7 200 SG Tennessee Jr.
71. +30 Kalin Lucas 6-0 180 PG Michigan St. Sr.
72. +29 Kenneth Faried 6-8 225 PF Morehead St. Sr.
73. +28 Marcus Morris 6-9 218 PF Kansas So.
74. +27 Damian Lillard 6-2 190 PG Weber St. Jr.
75. +26 Andrew Nicholson 6-9 220 PF St. Bonaventure Jr.
76. +25 Abdul Gaddy 6-3 190 PG Washington So.
77. +24 Kawhi Leonard 6-6 210 SG/SF San Diego St. So.
78. +23 Dane Miller 6-6 210 SG/SF Rutgers So.
79. +22 Michael Snaer 6-4 200 SG Florida St. So.
80. +21 Kim English 6-5 190 SG Missouri Sr.
81. +20 Austin Freeman 6-4 225 SG Georgetown Sr.
82. +19 Vernon Macklin 6-9 227 PF Florida Sr.
83. +18 Dominic Cheek 6-6 185 SG Villanova So.
84. +17 Kevin Jones 6-8 220 SF West Virginia Jr.
85. +16 Iman Shumpert 6-5 211 PG/SG Georgia Tech Jr.
86. +15 Chris Wright 6-2 204 PG Georgetown Sr.
87. +14 Demetri McCamey 6-3 210 PG/SG Illinois Sr.
88. +13 Chandler Parsons 6-9 200 SF Florida Sr.
89. +12 Pablo Aguilar 6-9 200 SF/PF CB Granada 1989
90. +11 Ray McCallum 6-1 175 PG Detroit Fr.
91. +10 Jon Kreft 7-0 240 C Florida St. Jr.
92. +9 Jon Leuer 6-10 215 PF Wisconsin Sr.
93. +8 Jamelle Horne 6-7 210 SF Arizona Sr.
94. +7 Anatoly Bose 6-6 200 SG Nichols St. Sr.
95. +6 Keith Benson 6-11 225 C Oakland Sr.
96. +5 Justin Hurtt 6-4 185 SG Tulsa Sr.
97. +4 Mouphtaou Yarou 6-9 250 PF Villanova So.
98. +3 Xavier Gibson 6-10 230 PF Florida St. Jr.
99. +2 Jamine Peterson 6-6 235 PF N/A So.
100. +1 Tyshawn Taylor 6-3 180 SG Kansas Jr.
Aran Smith's 2011 Big Board: Top 100 Prospects | NBADraft.net

2011 Draft looks like a big year for point guards especially.
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Old 07-02-2010, 10:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 07-02-2010, 10:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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perry jones will take that 1st pick, kid is going to be a monstrosity in college
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Old 07-02-2010, 10:27 PM   #4 (permalink)
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lol better than talking about Bosh all the time. If anyone here is a potentially franchise changing player than we should look for it early. It might save us the trouble of trading Calderon or Jack this year and trade them next offseason while picking up a pg via the draft.
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lol better than talking about Bosh all the time. If anyone here is a potentially franchise changing player than we should look for it early. It might save us the trouble of trading Calderon or Jack this year and trade them next offseason while picking up a pg via the draft.
brandon knight that kid is intelligent as fuck on the court
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Irving's got a sick game as well.
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brandon knight that kid is intelligent as fuck on the court
Are you kidding? The kid's an airhead who doesn't know the right time to pass the ball. If you're gonna talk about smart PG's then Irving and Cory Joseph are good playmakers. Knight is way too overrated.

The best player is Harrison Barnes, the dude is a great all-around player.
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Hope the Raps get a top 5 pick next year and draft Perry Jones
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Loook out for Brandon Knight! BOooyah!
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Wasn't ed Davis projected to be #1 around this time as well?..Just saying.
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that draft class already looks better than this years, those top 3 picks all seem legit and could stay there all year

unlike previous years where guys at the top usually drop

this draft goes 6 deep easily any one of those guys would be a great addition to the raptors

considering young talent we already have BC has been rebuilding quietly while still trying to make hte playoffs every yer

Demar Derozan
Andrea Bargani
Ed Davis
Amir Johnson

second tier young guys

Belinelli
sonny
alabi

all these young guys are all quality nba role players and starters in hte future, of andrea Bargnani is on the brink of breaking out, and Demar is geting his seasoning to become the player everyone knows he can be


on another note, baltimore has another star talent in brandon knight, considering hte level players coming from one area is shocking, I don't know if there is any other city comparable in recent memory of top end talent with guys like Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant, Green, and Beasely all in recently

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Wasn't ed Davis projected to be #1 around this time as well?..Just saying.
the highest I remeber him was a #4 or 6
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Are you kidding? The kid's an airhead who doesn't know the right time to pass the ball. If you're gonna talk about smart PG's then Irving and Cory Joseph are good playmakers. Knight is way too overrated.

The best player is Harrison Barnes, the dude is a great all-around player.
this kid has shown flashes of great playmaking abilities at tournaments and in high schol, plus he's only 18? of course high school players who try to make a name for themselves make questionable judgement calls, but his time comes in the NCAA with proper counselling from real professional coaches hes going to be great, plus hes a bright kid and already picked up a rare trait not alot of players get at that age, leadership.
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In the 2011 Draft, the Raptors select Donatas Motiejunas... -_-
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Like someone wayyyy to early.

But can't wait to see Jared Sullinger at Ohio State. Going to be fun.
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the highest I remeber him was a #4 or 6
He was actually #2 at one point on nbadraft.net
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Kyrie Irving. That is all.
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