Mejia was going to my choice. If he ever got rid of those headaches he might be one of the best slashers in the country.HKF said:Sammy Mejia, Ronnie Brewer and Allan Ray will prove to be first round players next year. Possibly Courtney Sims.
Did you miss the game last night? He was attacking the fast break and putting the ball on the floor against UNC's guards. His ability to get out on the break actually had the Heels reeling there for a little while. I dont see how anybody could call him a WF after last night. A WG all the way.TheGoods said:Guys that I think will break out:
Maurice Ager - I like him, but he's a 6-3 SF
I like Roy's game also. There aren't many people who can creat offense (for himself or others) in the midrange area like he can. If he could only shoot a bit better from the outside, I think he could go in the mid-first next year. I am still in wait-and-see mode with Jones. It could be tough for him to break out with Martell Webster coming in, although it's obvious to me that Jones is going to surprise everybody and keep his starting spot over Webster next season.HKF said:I've said before that I think Brandon Roy (SG) and Bobby Jones (SF) will play in the NBA. I think mostly because they get out and defend people. They are so athletic, that even if their offense doesn't translate to the pros (I think Roy's will), they will be terrific defenders on the pro level.
Jones is a senior next year and has been terrific for 3 years for Romar. Do you really think Romar will bench him? Not gonna happen at all. Jones is their glue guy and leader. He will be starting.Jonathan Watters said:I like Roy's game also. There aren't many people who can creat offense (for himself or others) in the midrange area like he can. If he could only shoot a bit better from the outside, I think he could go in the mid-first next year. I am still in wait-and-see mode with Jones. It could be tough for him to break out with Martell Webster coming in, although it's obvious to me that Jones is going to surprise everybody and keep his starting spot over Webster next season.
MAS RipCity said:The Whole Oregon team should breakout considering they were all Fr and Soph. minus one JR bench player. Chamerlain Oguchi,Malik Hairston,Bryce Taylor,Maarty Luenen, and Rey Schaefer all should up their play.
Gabe Pruit was solid last year but I believe the PG from SC will be great in 06.
DJ White- At the end of the season he showed why he was so hyped up before the season started
Shannon Brown-Finally started to live up to his McD AA status this year, will be much better next.
Leon Powe-The PF was Cal was an absolute beast in 04 as a FR.,but was hurt all of this year. If he returns healthy, he could be an AA.
Malik Hairston will be going pro this year or next none the less. Like Garcia form Louisville, he will try to help his family out. I always that his high school teammate Joe Crawford was a better player but it looks like Joe can't keep his head in the game. (The whole transfer mess was horrible)TheGoods said:BTW kamego, Malik Hairston was too young to declare for the draft last year, even with parental consent (he turned 18 in Feb). He does everything well, but nothing great...his only issue is his size (he's listed at 6-5 but he's about the same size as Josh Shipp whom I know is 6-3). Hairston reminds me of a young Doug Christie, and IMO that's a good thing. He may get better at one thing (like shooting), but right now I see him as a solid all around guy, but unspectacular. I didn't add him to my list since I don't think he's going to improve much with Brooks holding the ball. If he played more point though, I'd put him on my list...It's amazing how much of a leach Brooks is, when you consider so many people think he's great (there are 2 backups in the Pac-10 I'd take over him, Rodgers and Bozeman).