Archive - Apr 2010 - Article
The 2010 official early entry list is out. Following the list being released on Thursday, 2 players have already withdrawn their names (Chris Wrightt, and Keith Benson)
Here's an updated look at the 2010 Top 10 by Position including notes on each.
Ohio State's Evan Turner ranks as the #1 shooting guard available and the #2 prospect overall.
*NCAA players will have until May 8th to withdraw provided they have not signed an agent (Int. June 14)
A. On the basis of letters received prior to midnight April 25, 2010, the following basketball players from the listed U.S. colleges have applied as “early entry” players to be eligible for selection in the 2010 NBA Draft:
Almost every team in need grabbed a young point guard in last year’s draft, as 11 (not including Tyreke Evans) went in the first round alone. In this year’s draft, as few as two could go in the first round. The first is projected #1 overall selection, John Wall, and the second, could be his running mate Eric Bledsoe.
The 2010 McDonald's All Star game took place on March 31st. With a break in the (draft) action following the conclusion of the NCAA tournament and early entry period, we've had a chance to break down the McDonald's game a number of times, focusing on every player.
By Rashad Smith
Cory Joseph is a 6’3”, 180 lb Canadian PG out of Findlay College Prep HS. He is ranked no. 7 according to Rivals.com. On Friday Joseph announced he was signing with Texas.
NBADraft.net: Where do you think Canadian players rank in comparison to United States players?
Harrison Barnes is rated by most recruiting and scouting services as the #1 prosect in the senior high school class. Barnes was first scouted by NBADraft.net in August of 2008 at the Global Games in Portland. At the time he was on the rise, moving into the top 5 on many national (rising junior) recruiting lists for the Class of 2010.
Official 2010 Early Entries. plus our 2010 Early Entry Page with projections of where players would go.
On Tuesday, Kyle Singler announced that he has decided to return to Duke for his senior year.
Luke Babbitt entered his name in to the draft. Babbitt has hired an agent and is projected to be a late first round pick.
The East had a tough time staying with Harrison Barnes, Josh Selby and the rest of the West squad Saturday night at the Garden in front of an raucous Manhattan crowd. There wasn’t much defense, rebounding, outside shooting, or savvy decision making in this one, however the game was more of a celebratory showcase that finalized the brilliant high school careers of the most talented young athletes in the country.
The West (white) squad topped the East (black) squad 129-125 at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night behind 20 points and 15 rebounds from Co-MVP Harrison Barnes. Kyrie Irving shared the honor from the black squad going for (game high) 22 points, 7 assists, and 4 rebounds. We will split the recap into 2 parts. First a look at the victorious West squad:
The draft ties were broken on Friday by the NBA, setting the draft order for all but the top 14 picks.
The teams in the lottery, to be held on May 18th, are as follows (note: the first three picks in the draft will be determined by the lottery and the remainder of the "lottery teams" will select in positions 4 through 14 in their listed order)
Odds shown are for the top overall pick: