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PG Robert "Gar" Gartland – Indiana St – 6’1” 149 lbs – 19 years old

Gar and fellow prospect Bridge Bachman went to the same middle school, the same high school, and the same college. The two were basically attached at the hip for the past 10 years of their lives. Gar always did like to talk to media… to fans… to whoever would listen. His favorite player (including himself) was always Bridge. It’s because of this relationship that scouts wonder if Gar has ever gotten to show the full potential of his game. With Bridge playing quite a bit of point-power forward, Gar thrived in the catch-and-shoot game. He also became adept at touch passing on the perimeter when the ball swung in his direction. His instincts for the game are solid, but he never really got much of an opportunity to drive to the basket with the lane always clogged up with two of the nation’s best big men on his team. He seems to have the necessary quickness to get to the tin, but he just never did much penetrating in college. As a result, he hardly ever got to the line to show off his 85% free throw stroke. Defensively, he also might have been a victim of his circumstances. Indiana State coach Rajon Rondo often opted to use the 3-2 zone to accentuate the quickness of his bigs (and to somewhat hide Bachman’s lack of strength). This very often led to Gar funneling opposing guards to optimal spots on the floor rather than just playing lockdown defense. He is still very young, though, and should have ample time to develop defensively.

SG/PG Quincy McCall – USC – 6’2” 158 lbs – 20 years old

Son of a former NBA player who cheated heavily on his mother, Quincy had the sort of childhood that can confuse a young man. He didn’t exactly fit in with the less fortunate kids because of his wealth, and the rich kids hated him because of his attitude. The only place he could really call home was the basketball court. His strengths are his ball-handling skills, his three-point shooting, his quickness, and his willingness to take over games scoring the basketball. His weaknesses are his size, his limited court vision, and his average defense. He does draw the occasional charge but he also gets called for charging fairly often on the other end when he attacks the basket before a legitimate opening develops. He’s coming off an ugly knee injury, so there’s no telling if his athleticism will come back fully. His saving grace in the KVBL might be his competitive fire and his pedigree, but only time will tell.

SG/PG – Shorty Starr – Tulsa – 6’2” 186 lbs – 20 years old

Shorty is aptly named, and not just because of his height. If there’s anything he wants to be in this world more than a great basketball player, it’s a star. Ever since he met his first action hero (Channing Tatum) when he was a young boy, Shorty has promised his mother that he would become a famous actor and get her out of the ghetto. Last year he started a film studio with a couple of his friends. They managed to release the critically acclaimed short film “Bashing, Bold” in only their first year of operation. It made them enough money to keep them going for what should be a long time moving forward. On the court, he displays the same type of confidence and fearlessness that led him to pour his heart and soul into this substantial venture at such a young age. He plays in traffic with reckless abandon and finishes at the rim better than 90% of players his size. Unfortunately, his awkward behind-his-head shot release causes his perimeter game to be streakier than many scouts would like. He’s a fierce defender with a low center of gravity who loves to get out in transition and start the fast break. Don’t expect him to necessarily become the face of your franchise with his ever changing hair color and wide array of body tats, but do expect him to give it all he has every minute he’s on the floor.

SG/PG Everett Neidorf – Yale - 6’3” 162 lbs – 20 years old

Neidorf is a prototypical catch-and-shoot guard. No one in the country works off screen better without the ball. He’s a 90% free throw shooter who shoots 45% on threes and only 42% on twos. He struggles to finish around the basket against length, but he still manages to get to the line at a decent clip. This is due to his unnaturally good instincts for gobbling up offensive rebounds from the SG spot. On defense, he’s a gambler. Some games playing the passing lanes pays off for him and other games he gets smoked for it. A smart player who maximizes every bit of talent his has each and every night, Everett gave up a chance to be one of the world’s leading physicists to try his luck in the KVBL. Do not count on him failing.

PG/SG – Chase Bradley – BYU – 6’3” 183 lbs – 23 years old

Youngest son of former NBA player Shawn Bradley, Chase is fresh off his 2-year Mormon mission. Not unlike his dad, he has the reputation of being too nice for his own good. He’s a good position defender who tries to take charges any time he feels he might have good position. Since flopping is outlawed in KVBL, he might wind up getting a lot of fines. Bradley has great quickness that belies his average speed. He’s very good at on-the-ball steals because of his quick hands but his size and relative dearth of leaping ability rarely affords him the opportunity to block a shot. The tenants of his offensive game are his consistent baseline floater, his escape-dribble pull-back jumper, and his flashy ball fakes. His outside shooting needs improvement and he could stand to hit the weight room a bit once he gets to the big show. Scouts worry that his passion for the game may waiver once his competition increases.

PG Merle Poole – Temple – 6’4” 170 lbs – 22 years old

Poole grew up in the mean streets of South Philadelphia basically by himself. His parents died when he was 13, and he would probably still be on those same streets if his older sister hadn’t forced him to stay in school. His desire to make his sister proud is the only reason he didn’t leave for the KVBL sooner. The first word that comes to mind when watching him play is “strong”. He finishes around the rim with ease while his defenders bounce off him. His coaches were never afraid to switch pick-and-rolls with him because he was strong enough to not get backed down by bigger players. He’s a very streaky shooter, but when he gets hot it takes him 2 or 3 games to cool off. He thrives on competition and really raises his game to new levels in the clutch. Merle blocks shots at a very high level for a guard, but he doesn’t get many steals. He prefers to stay in good defensive position and cut-off penetration. He was one of the best on-ball defenders in the country last season. He could stand to improve his passing and free throw shooting, but his leadership skills are second-to-none.

SG Jamal Wallace – Bowling Green – 6’5” 180 lbs – 21 years old

What can you say about Jamal that hasn’t already been said? He was on the main page of Style and Substance when he was in middle school. His parents put him through college by submitting their bodies to the world’s leaders in human batch cell research. His college coach took him into his home at the request of the boy’s family despite the career impact it had on him (he lost his job the next season). He was ESPN’s golden child before he ever played a game in college. Then, the competition got heated and the holes in his game started to show. He couldn’t beat his man off the dribble as easy. He couldn’t quite steal every pass. He couldn’t average 11 rebounds a game anymore as a guard. In short, he was suddenly human. How did he respond? He went to work. He developed a wide array of midrange moves. He sharpened his outside touch. He put on weight. He improved his defense. He said all the right things to the media. He basically became a model citizen. The only knock scouts have on him is that he projects as a jack-of-all-trades and master of none in KVBL. None of Jamal’s skills are quite elite but none of them are below average either. He would be best served to wind up on a team that needs a true glue guy.

PG/SG – Bill Galilehi – Stanford – 6'5” 208 lbs – 21 years old

This astronomy major and amateur body builder settled on basketball more because his father was his high school coach than because he felt personally drawn to the game. His father's favorite player growing up was Magic Johnson, so he spent long hours in the gym teaching his son Bill how to play point guard from the low block. That is Galilehi's biggest strength on the court to this day. He backs his man down while surveying the defense and then whips passes all over the court. Playing so close to the basket with such aggressiveness also earns him many trips to the line. However, this has not been such a good thing recently. For the last half of his junior year, he's been in an awful slump from the free throw line. This is likely due to his shot-put delivery that will need some attention in KVBL. Still, he's a fundamentally sound and scrappy defender that uses his strength to prevent penetration. He doesn't rebound quite as well as his size would have you believe. I talked to one scout who thought he just didn't display the energy and intensity required to rebound at the highest level.

SF/SG – Peter Acres – Purdue – 6’6” 206 lbs – 20 years old

Pete has an impressive feel for finding open spots on the floor to get his shot up, but he doesn’t display that same feel for the game when it comes to passing the basketball. He often fails to survey the court fully before either shooting the rock or moving it on to the next player. Besides his need to learn some more patience, he also needs to add some lower body strength to prevent bigger 3-men in KVBL from posting him up. He does have a lightning quick release on his jumpshot and a real sense for how to pick his spots on offense. No one ends a team’s scoring spurts like Acres. He played a lot of post defense in college with varying levels of success, but what he always was good at was stripping the ball down low whenever his opponent showed him the ball too early. Scouts universally agree that he will have to prove he’s quick enough to stop athletic wings from penetrating the lane at the next level.

SF/SG Willie Worsley – Marquette – 6’6” 208 lbs – 19 years old

Willie has the most silky smooth jumper in this draft. His coaches swear that it just came to him naturally, though, because he never seems to work on his game. He wasn’t forced to play much defense in college because his team needed him to carry so much of the offensive load. Worsley sometimes seems to be moving in slow motion, but he always gets to the spot he wants to get to on the floor (think Paul Pierce with less size). He rarely turns the ball over but that could be because he rarely passes it. His jumper has a relatively slow release but with a high release point. This leads defenders to over-commit. He routinely gets guys up in the air and draws fouls. He lived at the line last season. Scouts think that he’s coachable, but that no one in his life has ever taught him how to play defense properly. Willie will probably need some personal attention as a young player to improve his lateral movement in a defensive stance. Until then, though, he will score buckets in bunches from the midrange. If he extends his range out to 22 feet, he’ll be completely unstoppable.

SG – Larry Burge – UCLA – 6'6” 216 lbs – 20 years old

The new master of the triple double in college basketball, Burge more than doubled the previous record (4) for that illustrious stat in a single season (with 9) as a sophomore. Unfortunately, his production never stayed anything close to consistent in his two years at UCLA. This can partially be attributed to his notorious party animal reputation. His classmates always did gravitate towards his wild parties at his father's house. As you probably already know, his dad invented the revolutionary direct hydration capsules that changed the sports drink industry irreversibly a few years back. Not much of a defensive player, Burge tends to leak out on the break immediately after challenging shots on the perimeter. He gets the majority of his points in transition because his half court offensive game can be pretty passive at times. Surrounded by quality shooters up and down the Bruins roster, the majority of his assists came off the drive and kick game. Scouts doubt his assertiveness.

SF – Beaux Saunders – Alabama A&M – 6'6” 219 lbs – 21 years old

Beaux is smooth on and off the court. A notorious ladies' man and former gambling addict, Saunders has struggled with off-the-court problems throughout his college career. Those same problems got him kicked out of Notre Dame as a freshman. On the court, he's a fluid shooter and ball-handler who makes the game look easy. The knocks on him are that he looks disinterested at times on defense and that there's a chance he might get taken high in the baseball draft and decide to go to that league instead. If he does choose basketball and if he does clean up his personal life (2 major “ifs” for Beaux), he has the potential to be the best scorer in this draft. Scouts see him as clearly the biggest risk/reward player in this draft.

SG/SF – Ronald Donnelson – Georgetown – 6'7” 218 lbs – 21 years old

Donnelson projects to be little more than a defensive stopper in KVBL. He's a volume steals guy who bothers smaller players with his great length. He had a reputation in college for being impossible to get to the basket against. Do not try to drive on him. How should I put this delicately? He's also not the most handsome guy around. This seems to work to his advantage. Several players who did not agree to have their names on the record have told local media that Donnelson actually scares them out on the court. They don't even want to play against him because of the “presence” he has on the floor. His perimeter shooting isn't horrible, but the rest of his offensive cupboard is pretty bare. He's got no midrange game to speak of, he doesn't finish particularly well in traffic, and he doesn't do a great job of finding his open teammates.

SF/PF – Dantee McGahee – Temple – 6'7” 229 lbs – 20 years old

This 19-foot assassin is a natural born floor-spacer and pick-and-pop player. The problem is that he never got to display his full talent in college because he played with guards that liked to penetrate and finish off screen action rather than working the pill back to their big man. Scouts seem to think that McGahee is a slightly less crafty version of former all-star David West offensively. His ball-handling is somewhat questionable, but his shooting is lights-out. In college, he was almost exclusively a paint defender and rim protector... and a good one at that. KVBL will be his first real opportunity to be matched up with perimeter players who will try to take him off the dribble. It remains to be seen how he will respond to this challenge. He will also need to work to improve his passing skills, especially off the bounce.

SF/PF/SG – Denys Armstrong – UNLV – 6’7” 246 lbs – 21 years old

Playing pretty much exclusively stretch-4 in college, Armstrong was a versatile outside scorer. He was top 5 in his conference in 3 point attempts and 3P% each of the last two seasons. For some unknown reason, however, he was never able to translate that soft perimeter touch at the free throw line where he shot under 70% for his college career. He also doubled as UNLV’s enforcer last season. He led the conference in technical fouls, and most of those were simply for staring down his opponents after hard fouls. But not all of his fouls were of the intimidating variety. He also has a tendency to play defense with his hands too much instead of moving his feet to get in front of his man. On the other hand, he exhibits excellent court vision on the perimeter. The first Armstrong pass after a hard closeout usually results in an easy basket. He is a man of many talents.

PF/SF Mark “Chubby” Holton – Oregon State – 6’7” 275 lbs – 21 years old

Chubby was a complimentary Beaver forward who rarely shot the ball but did all the dirty work. He’s a good passer from the high post and a decent free throw shooter, but his main offensive contribution in KVBL will be on the backboard. Defensively, he never gives an inch. You simply cannot back him down (think Chuck Hayes, in that regard). Not blessed with great athleticism, Chubby has had to work hard for everything he has accomplished on a basketball court. That being said, he’s been a winner at every level. The type of hustle he displays and the loyalty he shows for his teammates can be contagious in a locker room. If he can develop a consistent midrange jumper, the consistency in the rest of his game will make him lethally efficient.

SF Andre Cozart – Syracuse – 6’8” 218 lbs – 20 years old

Andre moved around a lot as a child. His mom died in child birth for his little brother, and his dad was a decorated officer in the Navy. Basketball was never just a game to him. It was the only medium through which his father felt comfortable talking to him and his brother. For that reason, it always held a special place in his heart. That true love he has for the game showed up not only during games but also in his work ethic on the practice court during his short two seasons at the Cuse. He improved his free throw percentage from 62% as a freshman to 76% as a sophomore. He improved his 3P% from 29% to 35%. He bulked up from a lanky 205 to a wiry strong 218. He improved his footwork on defense, his screen-setting on offense, and his timing in the passing lanes. As he became more a focus of the offense in his second season as a starter, his rebounding numbers decreased slightly. Most scouts don’t see this as a deficiency, though; because of how hard he plays every night. This guy never takes a play off. He does not have elite athleticism, but his room for improvement is off the charts based on what he was able to accomplish in a single offseason. It’s still unclear whether he’s going to be a slasher or a shooter at the KVBL level, but I wouldn’t bet against him succeeding at either.

SF – Charlie Fineman – Ohio St – 6'8” 229 lbs – 22 years old

A pure hustle player with great length and a quick second jump, Fineman has refined his skillset far beyond what even his coaches thought he could when he joined the Buckeyes 4 years ago as a walk-on. Originally, basketball was just a way for him to escape the pain of losing most of his family in a car accident. After his freshman year at Ohio State though, the game became much more than that to him. He began to love it. Now, he's a top 10 steals guy and a top 20 blocks guy in his conference. His jumpshot looks like it's all elbows, but he makes it work for him. Sometimes he head fakes too often in the paint and gets his shot blocked. He needs to learn to trust his athletic ability and use it to his advantage. He sometimes plays smaller than his size. More than anything, whatever team drafts him into the KVBL needs to ignore his age (because of how late he picked up the game) and give him the time he needs to develop.

PF Johnson O’Brien – Duke – 6’9” 235 lbs – 21 years old

Easily the best all-around athlete in this draft, O’Brien has decided to forgo his opportunity to compete in the Olympic decathlon to join the KVBL. If he does make it in the league, it will be because of his all-world leaping ability, speed, and strength… it won’t be because of his polished basketball skills. Defensively, he hounds ball-handlers, jumps passing lanes, and rebounds well. The fact that he very rarely secures good inside position for those boards, however, means that he does get his share of over-the-back calls. Offense is another story entirely for Johnson. He waxed the offensive glass over three years in the ACC mostly because of his athleticism – not because of his technique or his anticipation. For this reason, scouts wonder if this skill will translate at the next level. He turns the ball over quite a bit, he doesn’t shoot particularly well (even though he does have a relatively fluid release), his ball-handling leaves something to be desired, and he doesn’t have much of a back-to-the-basket game. Nevertheless, he will be a dominant force for years to come if his skills ever catch up to his physical tools.

PF/SF Henry Steele – Colorado St – 6’9” 241 lbs – 21 years old

Henry was 6’8” back in 9th grade. He wasn’t a late bloomer. He’s been trained as a back-to-the-basket big man for as long as he’s been playing the game. For this reason, he’s got a deep bag of tricks on the low block. Jump hook with either hand? Check. Turn around on the left block? Check. Step through up-and-under on the right block? Check. Seals his man with the off arm while giving his PG a target to feed the post? Check. Absorbs the contact and still finishes strong? Check. He’s got the whole arsenal. The farther he gets from the basket, though, the weaker his game gets. He’s not particularly quick, he doesn’t handle the basketball that well, and his face-up game leaves a lot to be desired. Steele also has a tendency to get in foul trouble at the other end. He’s not very strong, so he often finds himself backed down almost under the basket trying to block shots late. He needs to get in the gym and bulk up a little.

PF/C Bridge Bachman – Indiana St – 6’10” 233 lbs – 19 years old

Bridge was the first of the Big 3 freshman who just led Indiana St to its first National Championship game since Larry Bird to sign on. He’s a face-up big with a quick first step. He handles, passes, and steals the ball like a guard. Unfortunately, he’s susceptible to getting posted up. This didn’t come into play much in college because he had such a stud defender playing next to him in the front court, but KVBL is a different animal. It would be unwise for any team to leave him on an island in post-up situations. His team will need to double down to help him out. What he lacks in post defense, though, he more than makes up for with his offensive prowess. Indiana St basically built their revolutionary torch screen offense around his skillset. He likes to play with the ball in his hands, but his spot-up shooting game leads some scouts to believe that we will succeed just as well off-the-ball in the big league. Other scouts seem to think that his defensive deficiencies will limit his overall effectiveness.

C Louis “Flip” Baudoin – Loyola Marymount – 6’10” 237 lbs – 22 years old

Flip’s nickname didn’t come from his up-and-under game or from his gambling prowess but rather from his unfortunate tendency to talk back to authority figures. He’s a black hole on the low block. Once you throw it in, you’ll never get it back again. He has basically no left hand. Defenders usually overplay his left shoulder to try to force him to reverse pivot. He still managed to get his deadly hook shot off most of the time in college, but scouts wonder whether that will continue to be the case in KVBL. He has shown good range out to 17 feet that he developed over 4 full seasons as a starter at Loyola. Flip was the first big man to lead that league in free throw shooting (88%) in the last 50 years. Defensively, he guards the pick and roll well. He moves his feet well. He communicates well with his teammates. His biggest problem is his poor shot-block timing. Early in his college career, it led to him getting in foul trouble a lot. Since then, he’s learned to keep his feet on the ground and to contest shots without fouling. His quick hands also led to him finishing top 25 in the nation in steals at the center position. The only reason he was able to develop so much in college despite his distrust for authority was his relationship with his uncle who works with him late at night once his coaches have given up. If you draft Baudoin, be prepared to bring his uncle on your staff as well.

PF – Terry “Spaceman” Howard – Oral Roberts – 6’10” 242 lbs – 19 years old

The longest player in this draft, Howard has just over a 7’5” wingspan. He grew up the middle kid in a poor family who had to talk his way into (and out of) a lot of situations. His tendency to speak his mind has gotten him in trouble with many referees in the past, but his coaches and teammates have nothing but great things to say about him. Spaceman has always possessed a natural knack for rebounding and weakside shot-blocking. If he could ever couple that ability with the fundamentals of proper position, he could be a dominant force at the front of the rim. He goes to his baby hook almost every time he catches the ball within 8 feet of the basket. His midrange jumper is suspect because he tends to leave his guard hand on the basketball way too long, but he still manages to make free throws at a good clip. One scout I spoke to told me that this is the type of talented prospect that a good player development coach could really mold into an all-star one day.

C/PF – Jack “Setshot” Kehoe – Pittsburgh – 6’10” 267 lbs – 22 years old

Soft-spoken and strong, Kehoe was the glue that kept the volatile mix of talent at Pitt on the same page this season. He’s a homegrown kid who hadn’t left the streets of Pittsburgh until his first college road trip. His quick moves in the paint and polished footwork made one scout I talked to think of a hybrid between Antawn Jamison and Corliss Williamson. No one has ever accused ole Setshot of being the sharpest tool in the shed. He struggled to learn the playbook at Pitt. His teammates had to cover for some of his deficiencies on defense, but no one in the country finished better around the bucket. As his nickname implies, he does have a quality set shot from 15 feet that translates very well to the free throw line.

C/PF – Semi Stammerson – Baylor – 6’11” 279 lbs – 19 years old

Easily the best prospect to ever come out of Baylor, Semi hits like a ton of bricks. He’s physical, intense, and rugged. He spent his entire freshman year overpowering every frontline he encountered while leading the Bears to a surprise elite 8 appearance. Still, his game is not without flaws. Saddled with a stuttering problem his entire life, Semi has never been at ease with the media. What’s worse is that he tends to shy away from high pressure situations at the end of games especially whenever he has to shoot free throws. Scouts don’t see a problem with his mechanics on his shot. They think it’s just his nerves that hurt him. He’s a 75% free thrower during the first 30 minutes of games who drops to 40% in the final 10 minutes. On top of that, his scoring across the board seems to go down as the game progresses. It’s not his physical conditioning that slows him down. He just tends to shy away from his shot whenever he’s in a tight game. He’s a capable passer and a rock on the low block defensively, but his social anxiety issues need to improve for him to be a star in the KVBL.

C Bunchy Collins – Indiana St – 7’1” 262 lbs – 19 years old

For a rugged big with a mean streak, Bunchy is a great teammate and a very coachable player. He was the last of Indiana State’s Big 3 freshman to sign his letter of intent, but he eventually became their most important player. There was no better rim protector in the country last season. His rare combination of size, athleticism, and timing makes him the most intriguing shot-blocking prospect in KVBL since Yetende Yoruba. He also plays excellent transition defense because he has the speed to run with guards. His post game is very mechanical but effective when he catches the ball within 8 feet of the rim. His free throw stroke has a pretty ugly hitch in it, and his pick-and-pop game in nonexistent. That being said, he’s a decent high post passer and a solid screen-setter. So even though Bunchy is a much better defensive rebounder than he is an offensive rebounder, he’s not useless by a long shot on the end of the floor. In case you’re wondering, Bunchy is not a nickname. His mother named him that because he was the 9th of 10 children who all lived with her (all bunched together) in a small apartment near Washington D.C.
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This is ****ing great. Major thumbs up RWE.
Somethings are worth the wait I guess!
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Old 12-15-2012, 08:17 AM   #7 (permalink)
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great work RWE , as always
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Boom! Much appreciated RWE, killed it.
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In case any of you didn't notice, these are in height order only. This does not signify in any way where they would fall out in a mock draft.
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wow looks like a very deep draft.
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