Top NBA Prospects: Shooting Guards

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Here are the top 3 shooting guards in this year’s NBA Draft, for the full list click here

http://www.walterfootball.com/nbadraft2009shootingguards.php

Tyreke Evans, Memphis

Height: 6-5. Weight: 220. Year: Fr.
Projected Selection: 4-9.
In my opinion, has superstar possibilities… Probably the best slasher in the draft… Makes getting to the basket look effortless… Strong, NBA-ready body… Handles the rock well as he played the point at Memphis… Lacks consistency with his jumper and often has poor shot selection on the perimeter.

James Harden, Arizona State

Height: 6-5. Weight: 222. Year: So.
Projected Selection: 3-9.

Crafty left-hander with a complete all-around offensive game… Has great body control when weaving through traffic in the paint… Solid outside shooter… High character guy with tremendous basketball IQ… Needs to work on his movement without the ball… Was too unselfish at times when his team needed him to be a scorer.

Demar DeRozan, USC

Height: 6-6. Weight: 211. Year: Fr.
Projected Selection: 6-11.
Blessed with ridiculous athletic abilities… Can jump out of the gym and is very fast… Showed steady improvement during his freshman season… Tenacious defender on the wing… Decent mid-range jumper, but needs to work on his shot from three-point range… Might have the highest upside of any American player in the draft.

Here are the top 3 shooting guards in this year’s NBA Draft, for the full list click here

http://www.walterfootball.com/nbadraft2009shootingguards.php

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  1. David K. says

    nbadraft.net finally moved Evans up to #6 in their latest mock after having him in the mid-teens for the past few months… gee, who has had him at 6 this whole time… that’s right… this guy

  2. paulmbanks says

    NERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRDDDDDDDDDDDD!

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