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HoopsHype.com Draft 2010
by Jonathan Givony / Updated: May 19, 2010 - Draft Rumors - Workouts
John Wall 6-4 PG Kentucky / Freshman
Unbelievably quick point guard with outstanding size and instincts for his position. Aggressive, intense, player on both ends of the floor with good intangibles and star potential. Unselfish. Needs to improve perimeter shooting and ability to operate efficiently in half-court.
Comparison: Derrick Rose Stats: 16.9 ppg, 6.5 apg, 4.3 rpg
Rookie season salary*: $4,286,900 Ranking: 1st Point Guard / 1st Freshman
Evan Turner 6-7 SG Ohio State / Junior
Smooth, versatile wing prospect who can play any of the backcourt positions. Tremendous shot-creator with an especially impressive mid-range game. Gets to the free throw line with ease and fills up the stat-sheet with rebounds, assists, blocks and steals. Needs to improve perimeter shooting range and become less turnover prone. NCAA player of the year.
Comparison: Brandon Roy Stats: 20.4 ppg, 9.2 rpg, 6.0 apg
Rookie season salary*: $3,835,600 Ranking: 1st Shooting Guard / 1st Junior
Derrick Favors 6-10 PF Georgie Tech / Freshman
Long, super athletic power forward with all the physical attributes teams look for in a big man. Terrific rebounder and defender with an improving offensive game. Has huge upside, but needs to continue to work on assertiveness and become more polished as a scorer
Comparison: Antonio McDyess Stats: 12.4 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 2.1 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $3,444,400 Ranking: 1st Power Forward / 2nd Freshman
DeMarcus Cousins 6-11 C Kentucky / Freshman
True Center with a huge frame and a superb wingspan. Super-skilled big man with terrific hands, touch, feet and the ability to score both facing and with his back to the basket. Terrific rebounder. Has struggled with conditioning problems, not freakishly athletic and has some off-court red flags which may hurt his stock. Ridiculously productive nonetheless.
Comparison: Taller Al Jefferson Stats: 15.1 ppg, 9.8 rpg, 1.8 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $3,105,500 Ranking: 1st Center / 3rd Freshman
Al-Farouq Aminu 6-8 SF Wake Forest / Sophomore
Athletic and super long combo forward with great mismatch potential. Runs the floor, competes hard on the defensive end and is an excellent rebounder. Needs to improve ball-handling and perimeter shooting skills. Big upside and is extremely young at that.
Comparison: Josh Smith Stats: 15.8 ppg, 10.7 rpg, 1.4 spg
Rookie season salary*: $2,812,200 Ranking: 1st Small Forward / 1st Sophomore
Wesley Johnson 6-7 SF Syracuse / Junior
Long, athletic forward with ideal physical attributes for an NBA small forward. Solid shooter who is terrific in transition and plays in an unselfish manner. Has great potential on the defensive end. Average ball-handler who is better suited for a complimentary role. Age, shot-creating ability may limit his upside.
Comparison: Shawn Marion Stats: 16.5 ppg, 8.5 rpg, 1.8 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $2,554,200 Ranking: 2nd Small Forward / 2nd Junior
Cole Aldrich 6-11 C Kansas / Junior
True center with terrific size, an excellent frame, and an extremely long wingspan. Big-time rebounder who plays a physical brand of defense. Has good hands and is a capable finisher around the basket. Still needs to work on improving all-around offense polish. Has glaring limitations, but is a rare commodity thanks to his physical attributes, mobility and the intensity in which he plays with.
Comparison: Joel Przybilla Stats: 11.3 ppg, 9.8 rpg, 3.5 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $2,331,700 Ranking: 2nd Center / 3rd Junior
Ed Davis 6-9 PF North Carolina / Sophomore
Big man with a nice frame, excellent length and athleticism. Has good hands, a high basketball IQ and tremendous touch around the basket. Shows great potential as both a rebounder and shot-blocker. Not very skilled or assertive offensively, more of a complimentary piece?
Comparison: Al Horford Stats: 12.9 ppg, 9.2 rpg, 2.7 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $2,136,100 Ranking: 2nd Power Forward / 2nd Sophomore
Greg Monroe 6-11 PF Georgetown / Sophomore
Smart, skilled, left-handed power forward with great size and a finesse game. Likes to play facing the basket and has the passing and ball-handling skills to match. Could be a terrific asset in the right offensive system. Average rebounder and defender who lacks intensity and tends to lose confidence at times. Needs to improve perimeter shooting, ability to utilize off hand. Still extremely young, but upside is limited by his underwhelming athleticism.
Comparison: Brad Miller Stats: 16.1 ppg, 9.6 rpg, 1.5 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $1,963,600 Ranking: 3rd Power Forward / 3rd Sophomore
Ekpe Udoh 6-10 PF Baylor / Junior
Long, fluid big man with a nice skill level both facing and with back to the basket. Shows good potential with his solid ball-handling and perimeter shooting skills. Makes a big impact on defensive end thanks to activity level, timing and wingspan. Needs to get stronger, tougher and continue to improve all-around polish. Not a finished product, despite being a bit older.
Comparison: Jason Thompson Stats: 13.9 ppg, 9.8 rpg, 3.7 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $1,865,300 Ranking: 4th Power Forward / 4th Junior
Patrick Patterson 6-8 PF Kentucky / Junior
Intelligent, undersized power forward with long arms, a great frame and nice athleticism. Very aggressive inside, can operate with his back to the basket with great touch, and is a terrific finisher around the hoop. Can knock down jump-shots with solid accuracy. Footwork and overall offense polish still improvable. Not a very good rebounder. Relies too much on his natural tools at times, particularly on the defensive end.
Comparison: Carl Landry Stats: 14.3 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 1.2 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $1,772,100 Ranking: 5th Power Forward / 5th Junior
Donatas Motiejunas 7-0 PF Benetton Treviso (Italy) / 1990
Athletic left-handed European big man with great size and length. Possesses a versatile skill-set: can handle the ball, shoot with range, pass or operate inside. Not the toughest player around, struggles at times on the defensive end, is a very poor rebounder and can get frustrated when things arenít going his way. Upside as a scorer is considerable.
Comparison: Andrea Bargnani Stats: 9.4 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 1.3 spg
Rookie season salary*: $1,683,500 Ranking: 6th Power Forward / 1st International
Daniel Orton 6-10 C Kentucky / Freshman
True center with all the physical attributes look for in a big man, including a chiseled frame, a great wingspan and solid athleticism. Showed great flashes of potential in tiny doses on both ends of court this year. Didnít play much behind DeMarcus Cousins coming off an injury plagued year in high school. Numbers are incredibly underwhelming, but potential is anything but.
Comparison: Erick Dampier Stats: 3.4 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 1.4 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $1,599,300 Ranking: 3rd Center / 4th Freshman
Hassan Whiteside 7-0 C Marshall / Freshman
Raw young big man with exceptionally rare physical tools. Has great size, solid athleticism and freakishly long arms. Led the NCAA in shot-blocking as a freshman. Very productive rebounder. Shows intriguing skills offensively, both facing and with his back to the basket. Feel for the game, fundamentals leaves a lot to be desired. Poor passer whoís thin frame makes him a project on both ends of the court. Has serious off-court red-flags he must overcome.
Comparison: DeAndre Jordan Stats: 13.1 ppg, 8.9 rpg, 5.4 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $1,519,400 Ranking: 4th Center / 5th Freshman
Xavier Henry 6-6 SG Kansas / Freshman
Swingman with good size and an excellent frame. Possesses excellent scoring instincts and deep range on his jump shot. Smart, unselfish player who understands the game. Good, not great athlete who may struggle to create his own shot at the next level. Lateral quickness is questionable. Mature complimentary player.
Comparison: Martell Webster Stats: 13.4 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 1.5 apg
Rookie season salary*: $1,443,300 Ranking: 2nd Shooting Guard / 6th Freshman
Damion James 6-7 SF Texas / Senior
Tough-minded forward with an NBA body and solid athleticism. Excellent rebounder who plays exceptionally hard. Very good in transition. Made significant strides becoming a more capable perimeter player in his senior season. Solid defender. Not great in any one area, sees most of his minutes at the power forward position.
Comparison: Luc Richard Mbah a Moute Stats: 18.0 ppg, 10.3 rpg, 1.2 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $1,371,200 Ranking: 3rd Small Forward / 1st Senior
James Anderson 6-6 SG Oklahoma State / Junior
Swingman with nice size and average athleticism. One of the best shooter/scorers in college basketball. Exceptional running off screens and finding ways to get shot off. Player of the year of the most talented conference in the NCAA. Below average defender who must continue to improve his versatility on both ends of the floor.
Comparison: Marcus Thornton Stats: 22.3 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 1.4 spg
Rookie season salary*: $1,302,600 Ranking: 3rd Shooting Guard / 6th Junior
Larry Sanders 6-9 PF Virginia Commonwealth / Junior
Athletic power forward with a freakishly long wingspan. A major presence in post, changes everything around the rim with his terrific length and timing. Runs the floor well, plays hard and gives his team lots of energy. Limited offensive player who will likely never be more than a role-player at best on this end of the floor. Late bloomer with major upside. Must fill out his frame, improve as man to man defender.
Comparison: Theo Ratliff Stats: 14.5 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 2.5 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $1,237,500 Ranking: 7th Power Forward / 7th Junior
Gordon Hayward 6-8 SF Butler / Sophomore
NCAA tournament darling has great size and a superb skill-level. Smart player who can create his own shot and has nice potential as a perimeter shooter. Can pass, rebound and will have no problem operating within a team setting. Just an average athlete with a frame that may struggle to carry much more weight. Defensive potential looks limited.
Comparison: Mike Miller Stats: 15.5 ppg, 8.2 rpg, 1.7 apg
Rookie season salary*: $1,181,800 Ranking: 4th Small Forward / 4th Sophomore
Stanley Robinson 6-9 SF Connecticut / Senior
Super athletic combo forward with great size. Not a very polished player, but can make plays in the half-court or especially in transition thanks to his amazing physical tools. Improving perimeter shooter. Has great potential on the defensive end and is a good rebounder. Not always productive or consistent enough early in his career, but has made big strides as a senior. Needs to continue to add polish, improve his feel for the game.
Comparison: Gerald Wallace Stats: 14.5 ppg, 7.6 rpg, 1.2 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $1,134,500 Ranking: 5th Small Forward / 2nd Senior
Solomon Alabi 7-1 C Florida State / Sophomore
Raw big man with terrific size and length. Reasonably mobile, plays hard and has a decent feel for the game. Limited offensive player with no post moves and average coordination. A major presence defensively thanks to his physical tools and solid timing. Not as good of a rebounder as you might hope. Long-term prospect who is slowly but steadily making progress, but needs time to develop.
Comparison: Hasheem Thabeet Stats: 11.7 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 2.3 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $1,089,100 Ranking: 5th Center / 5th Sophomore
Paul George 6-7 SF Fresno State / Sophomore
Athletic wing player with outstanding physical attributes and scoring instincts. Terrific perimeter shooter who can get his shot off at will. Average ball-handler and decision maker who can be extremely turnover prone. Has great tools on defensive end, but is very inconsistent. Very young with considerable upside, but still far from being a polished product, and played for a very bad team on top of that.
Comparison: Wilson Chandler Stats: 16.8 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 3.0 apg
Rookie season salary*: $1,045,600 Ranking: 6th Small Forward / 6th Sophomore
Eric Bledsoe 6-1 PG Kentucky / Freshman
Super athletic freshman with a terrific body and wingspan. Fits the mold of an NBA point guard from a physical stand point and then some. Limited offensive player with average ball-handling, playmaking and perimeter shooting skills. Lacks experience running the point and is extremely turnover prone. Has big upside but is likely a ways away from contributing.
Comparison: Marcus Banks Stats: 11.3 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 2.9 apg
Rookie season salary*: $1,204,560 Ranking: 2nd Point Guard / 7th Freshman
Luke Babbitt 6-7 SF Nevada / Sophomore
Exceptionally skilled offensive small forward, very smooth with his ability to create shots in mid-range and knock down 3-pointers efficiently. Smart, active player with good passing skills and a strong basketball IQ. Questionable defender even at college level. Lacks ideal physical tools, but is only a sophomore.
Comparison: Adam Morrison Stats: 21.9 ppg, 8.9 rpg, 2.1 apg
Rookie season salary*: $963,600 Ranking: 7th Small Forward / 7th Sophomore
Elliot Williams 6-4 SG Memphis / Sophomore
Super athletic combo guard with the type of scoring instincts and shot-creating ability scouts crave in todayís NBA. Improved perimeter shooter. Lefty who struggles to operate with his off-hand and has problems finishing around basket at times. Shows solid potential defensively. Not a finished product, but high character and excellent physical tools give him nice upside.
Comparison: Rodney Stuckey Stats: 17.4 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 3.8 apg
Rookie season salary*: $925,100 Ranking: 4th Shooting Guard / 8th Sophomore
Willie Warren 6-4 SG Oklahoma / Sophomore
Athletic shot-creator at the 2-guard position. Aggressive player with outstanding scoring instincts. Streaky perimeter shooter. Average defender with less than ideal size for his position. Has struggled this year with shot-selection and decision making skills, while his team has underachieved badly. Questionable attitude and numerous setbacks have tanked his draft stock.
Comparison: Jamal Crawford Stats: 16.3 ppg, 4.1 apg, 3.3 rpg
Rookie season salary*: $894,400 Ranking: 5th Shooting Guard / 9th Sophomore
Avery Bradley 6-3 PG Texas / Freshman
Undersized shooting guard with solid quickness. Very intense player on the defensive end. Shows a good mid-range game and has improved his 3-point shooting. Very effective in transition. Lacks playmaking skills at his size and is not a great shot-creator to compensate. Needs to be paired with the right backcourt partner. Only a freshman.
Comparison: Mario Chalmers Stats: 11.6 ppg, 2.9 apg, 2.1 apg
Rookie season salary*: $868,600 Ranking: 3rd Point Guard / 8th Freshman
Quincy Pondexter 6-6 SF Washington / Senior
Super long and athletic forward who has made huge strides as a college senior. Great rebounder who can defend multiple positions effectively. Terrific in transition. Average ball-handler and perimeter shooter who has nonetheless made big strides with skill-level and decision making. Strong intangibles and still very young for a college senior.
Comparison: Mickael Pietrus Stats: 19.3 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 1.8 apg
Rookie season salary*: $863,300 Ranking: 8th Small Forward / 3rd Senior
Devin Ebanks 6-8 SF West Virginia / Sophomore
Long, lanky combo forward with nice physical tools. Lacks significant polish offensively. Needs to improve perimeter shooting and ball-handling skills. Excellent rebounder who competes extremely hard. Terrific defender with the potential to guard multiple positions in the NBA. Has not shown great improvement from last season, is very inconsistent, and may have some off-court red flags.
Comparison: Jared Jeffries Stats: 12.0 ppg, 8.1 rpg, 2.4 apg
Rookie season salary*: $857,000 Ranking: 9th Small Forward / 10th Sophomore
Gani Lawal 6-9 PF Georgia Tech / Junior
Long, lanky combo forward with nice physical tools. Lacks significant polish offensively. Needs to improve perimeter shooting and ball-handling skills. Excellent rebounder who competes extremely hard. Terrific defender with the potential to guard multiple positions in the NBA. Has not shown great improvement from last season, is very inconsistent, and may have some off-court red flags.
Comparison: Josh Powell Stats: 13.1 ppg, 8.5 rpg, 1.4 bpg
Rookie season salary*: $850,800 Ranking: 8th Power Forward / 8th Junior