Not so fast ...
The NBA draft class of 2009 won't have anyone the caliber of
His recent official visit to Memphis has fueled speculation that his stay in college may be abbreviated. With current Tigers point guard
Derozan's game and frame are better suited for the NBA than the college game. The Trojans are expecting star freshman
Samuels is an interesting candidate. He is a gifted scorer who gets great position on the block and can be a defensive force in the middle. Some scouts, however, have questioned his athleticism.
Holiday is a dynamic combo guard who has the vision and ballhandling ability to be a point guard, and the ability to get his own shot with ease. But the Bruins, as currently constructed, have a backlog in the backcourt.
Monroe's decision to go to a school like Georgetown, whose Princeton offense generally spreads the wealth around, speaks to his desire to probably stay in school for a little while.
Ebanks is an opportunistic scorer who has made a lot of his points simply by being the fastest player on the court and beating opponents down the floor. He'll have to adjust his game at the college level. That will take at least a year. Plus, he's now looking for a new school after the
Mullens is a seven-footer, but so is current Ohio State big man