2010 NBA Draft: Top 10 Swing Prospects
How do you define a "Swing" prospect? These are the shooting guard/small forward-types who can play off the ball, defend the perimeter and do the bulk of their scoring from the outside. Wesley Johnson Syracuse, Redshirt Junior Small Forward 6-7, 195 pounds, 22 years old Polished, athletic player with terrific perimeter shooting skills and strong defensive potential.
Kansas, Freshman Shooting Guard 6-6, 210 pounds, 19 years old Smooth, intelligent wing player with plus shooting ability and a strong basketball IQ.
Oklahoma State, Junior Shooting Guard/Small Forward 6-6, 195 pounds, 21 years Prolific scoring wing player who will excel in an NBA half-court offense.
Fresno State, Sophomore Small Forward/Power Forward 6-7, 185 pounds, 20 years old Smooth, athletic wing with impressive perimeter shot and considerable upside.
Butler, Sophomore Small Forward 6-8, 200 pounds, 20 years old Versatile small forward with good size and an exceptional basketball IQ.
Nevada, Sophomore Small Forward 6-7, 215 pounds, 20 years old Exceptionally skilled small forward with deep range and intriguing shot-creating ability.
Virginia, Sophomore Shooting Guard 6-6, 185 pounds, 20 years old Smooth, fluid wing who can create his own shot and is not yet a finished product.
Houston, Senior Shooting Guard 6-4, 200 pounds, 22 years old Strong, athletic shooting guard who led the NCAA in scoring (25.6 ppg).
Xavier, Redshirt Sophomore Shooting Guard 6-4, 195 pounds, 21 years old NCAA tournament darling boasts a prolific offensive scoring arsenal.
Michigan, Junior Shooting Guard 6-5, 170 pounds, 20 years old Athletic slasher with solid passing skills and a developing frame.