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Old 09-24-2012, 07:58 PM   #41
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I am in the Process of Finishing up a 2k12 Project is why I havent been able to post Prospect Profiles. What the number of Prospects you guys get reports Posted for I will come up with the Rest when I start making the Draft Class. Thanks again for all of the Posts.
bro no need for you to do 55 players by yourself I like doing this its no problem with me more prospects coming!

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Old 09-24-2012, 08:25 PM   #42
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ok i see it like this like this we did exactly 25 players that means 55 players left its 4 of us with 8 days left until 2k drop so we can each do 2 players a day which will be 8 prospects daily we should reach our goal of having this done by the time 2k13 drop make a mock draft from the prospects then he can get started on it asap
I'll try to get going again soon. I know I won't be doing it til after wensday though. I have three exams I'm studying for
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I'll be available on my off days from school (Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday)

So I'll be able to provide alot of prospects this week
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Old 09-24-2012, 09:11 PM   #44
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I thought I could try to post a Quick List of guys i think belong in the 2013 Class. Let me know what you guys think.

PG-Pierre Jackson, Baylor
PG- Matthew Delledova, St. Marys
PG- Trey Burke, Michigan
PG- D.J. Cooper, Ohio
PG- Seth Curry, Duke
PG- Eric Green, Virginia Tech
PG- Marcus Smart, Oklahoma St
SG- Allen Crabbe, California
SG- Michael Snaer, Florida St.
SG- B.J. Young, Arkansas
SG- Rodney McGruder, Kansas St
SG- Kyle Anderson, UCLA
SF- Soloman Hill, Arizona
SF- Branden Dawson, Michigan St
PF- James McAdoo, North Carolina
PF- Mike Moser, UNLV
PF- Elias Harris, Gonzaga
PF- Isaiah Austin, Baylor
C- Steve Adams, Pittsburgh
C- Jeff Withey, Kansas
C- Mason Plumlee, Duke
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I thought I could try to post a Quick List of guys i think belong in the 2013 Class. Let me know what you guys think.

PG-Pierre Jackson, Baylor
PG- Matthew Delledova, St. Marys
PG- Trey Burke, Michigan
PG- D.J. Cooper, Ohio
PG- Seth Curry, Duke
PG- Eric Green, Virginia Tech
PG- Marcus Smart, Oklahoma St
SG- Allen Crabbe, California
SG- Michael Snaer, Florida St.
SG- B.J. Young, Arkansas
SG- Rodney McGruder, Kansas St
SG- Kyle Anderson, UCLA
SF- Soloman Hill, Arizona
SF- Branden Dawson, Michigan St
PF- James McAdoo, North Carolina
PF- Mike Moser, UNLV
PF- Elias Harris, Gonzaga
PF- Isaiah Austin, Baylor
C- Steve Adams, Pittsburgh
C- Jeff Withey, Kansas
C- Mason Plumlee, Duke
I think this will help, hopefully more will help out since there is some guidance.
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Old 09-25-2012, 08:04 PM   #46
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I thought I could try to post a Quick List of guys i think belong in the 2013 Class. Let me know what you guys think.

PG-Pierre Jackson, Baylor
PG- Matthew Delledova, St. Marys
PG- Trey Burke, Michigan
PG- D.J. Cooper, Ohio
PG- Seth Curry, Duke
PG- Eric Green, Virginia Tech
PG- Marcus Smart, Oklahoma St
SG- Allen Crabbe, California
SG- Michael Snaer, Florida St.
SG- B.J. Young, Arkansas
SG- Rodney McGruder, Kansas St
SG- Kyle Anderson, UCLA
SF- Soloman Hill, Arizona
SF- Branden Dawson, Michigan St
PF- James McAdoo, North Carolina
PF- Mike Moser, UNLV
PF- Elias Harris, Gonzaga
PF- Isaiah Austin, Baylor
C- Steve Adams, Pittsburgh
C- Jeff Withey, Kansas
C- Mason Plumlee, Duke
this is great ill get started first thing tomorrow!
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Old 09-26-2012, 01:50 PM   #47
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Isaiah Austin


Birthday: 10/25/93
NBA Position: PF/C
Class: Freshman
Ht: 7-1
Wt: 220
Hometown: Arlington, TX
College: Baylor

Projected: Mid-Late 1st


Strengths: The 7’0” center out of Arlington Grace Prep Academy is the nephew of former NBA center Isaac ‘Ike’ Austin, and he wears the eye-goggles to match ... Austin promises to be a top 5 pick in the NBA draft if he continues to improve ... He has immense length and uses it by blocking several shots and altering numerous others ... His timing is very good, knowing when to leap for a block and when to stay on the ground, even if he does lean in with his arms picking up unnecessary fouls ... His wingspan is in the neighborhood of 7’4”, and he can almost dunk on his tippy-toes ... He could end up 7’2” – 7’4” when he’s finished growing ... Austin also shows a great shooting touch and range out to the three-point line, which for his age and size is quite advanced ... He likes to work from the high post or top of the key, and looks for passes into the post and to cutters when his shot isn’t there ... You can see the talent is there, and he has a healthy fire inside of him and the willingness to get his team talking as a defensive leader.

Weaknesses: Besides long jumpers and shots out of pick and pop situations, Isaiah doesn’t have much of an offensive game ... His back-to-the-basket moves are extremely simple, and a little bit uncoordinated, and he gets pushed around down low due to his long thin frame ... However, he never hesitates to push back and always keeps two hands on the ball when initiating contact - both signs of a true, fundamental big-man at the next level ... He is very raw, and will need to bulk up and fill out his body to continue to be dominant on the court ... Right now, he’s a special talent, but is really just a shot-blocker/jump shooter.
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James McAdoo

Birthday: 1/4/93
NBA Position: SF/PF
Class: Sophomore
Ht: 6-9
Wt: 230
Hometown: Norfolk, VA
College: North Carolina

Projected: Top 5


Strengths: Smooth forward with big potential ... Great athlete with excellent run/jump ability ... Big frame that should continue to fill out quite nicely ... Strong finisher in the paint, due to length and body-control ... Aggressive rebounder who attacks the glass on both ends of the floor ... 7'1" wingspan and solid anticipation make him a threat as a shot-blocker ... Impressive outside shooting ability... High release point and developing range ... Outstanding skill-level all around ... Understands how to play in the post... Makes quick, confident and decisive moves with the ball around the basket ... Whether he's near the rim or on the perimeter, he finds ways to create space for himself ... Comfortable ball-handler, showing the ability to take a defensive rebound coast-to-coast by himself ... Runs the floor well with or without the ball... Good at drawing contact and getting to the free-throw line ... Wide shoulders help him set good screens … Clutch shooter that is not afraid to make big plays for his team... Unselfish, willing to make the extras pass ... Hard worker with great character ...

Weaknesses: At 6'8 1/2" he only has average size for his natural position at power forward, but does have the potential/skills to transition to the perimeter if he chooses ... Needs polishing and seasoning in developing his already promising ball-handling and passing skills if he wants to be a full-time wing player... Right now he relies on his outstanding natural instincts in the post, but should work on developing a few go-to moves...
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