Ten from Big12 invited to NBA combine ...

Discussion in 'Big XII Conference' started by surly, May 6, 2018.

  1. surly

    surly Well-Known Member

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    #1 surly, May 6, 2018
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    Only 4 from talentless Ku though. Vick missed making it the starting five. Damn.

    Rawle Alkins, 6’5” shooting guard (Arizona)
    Grayson Allen, 6’4” shooting guard (Duke)
    Kostas Antetokounmpo, 6’10″ forward (Dayton)
    Udoka Azubuike, 6’11” center (Ku)
    Marvin Bagley III, 6’1” forward/center (Duke)
    Mohamed Bamba 7’0” center (Texas)
    Jaylen Barford , 6’3” guard (Arkansas)
    Keita Bates-Diop, 6-7 forward (Ohio St.)
    Tyus Battle, 6’7” wing (Syracuse)
    Brian Bowen, 6’7” small forward (South Carolina)
    Mikal Bridges, 6’7” forward (Villanova)
    Miles Bridges, 6’6” forward (Michigan St.)
    Bruce Brown, 6’3” shooting guard (Miami)
    Troy Brown, 6-7, wing (Oregon)
    Jalen Brunson, 6’2” point guard (Villanova)
    Tony Carr, 6’3” point guard (Penn St.)
    Jevon Carter, 6’2” point guard (West Virginia)
    Wendell Carter Jr., 6’10” center (Duke)
    Hamidou Diallo, 6’5” shooting guard (Kentucky)
    Donte DiVincenzo, 6’5” point guard (Villanova)
    Trevon Duval, 6’3” point guard (Duke)
    Jacob Evans, 6’6” wing, (Cincinnati)
    Bruno Fernando 6’10” center (Maryland)
    Melvin Frazier, 6’6” small forward (Tulane)
    Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, 6’6” guard (Kentucky)
    Devonte’ Graham, 6’2” point guard (Ku)
    Devon Hall, 6’5” shooting guard (Virginia)
    Jaylen Hands, 6’3” point guard (UCLA)
    Kevin Hervey, 6’7” small forward (Texas Arlington)
    Aaron Holiday, 6’1” point guard (UCLA)
    Kevin Huerter, 6’6” shooting guard (Maryland)
    Chandler Hutchison, 6’7” wing (Boise St.)
    Jaren Jackson Jr., 6’1” forward/center (Michigan St.)
    Justin Jackson, 6’7” forward (Maryland)
    Alize Johnson, 6’9” power forward (Missouri St.)
    George King, 6’6” small forward (Colorado)
    Kevin Knox, 6’9” forward (Kentucky )
    Sagaba Konate, 6’8” power forward/center (West Virginia)
    Caleb Martin, 6’7” small forward (Nevada)
    Cody Martin, 6’7” small forward (Nevada)
    Yante Maten, 6’8” power forward (Georgia)
    De’Anthony Melton, 6’3” guard (USC)
    Chimezie Metu, 6’10” power forward/center (USC)
    Brandon McCoy, 6’11” center (UNLV)
    Shake Milton, 6’6” guard (SMU)
    Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, 6’8” shooting guard (Ku)
    Malik Newman, 6’4” guard (Ku)

    Josh Okogie, 6’4” shooting guard (Georgia Tech)
    Jontay Porter, 6’10” center (Missouri)
    Michael Porter Jr., 6’10” forward (Missouri)
    Billy Preston, 6’10” power forward (Igokea)
    Jerome Robinson, 6’5” point guard (Boston College)
    Mitchell Robinson, 6’11” center (Western Kentucky)
    Collin Sexton, 6’2” point guard (Alabama)
    Landry Shamet, 6’4” point guard (Wichita St)
    Anfernee Simons, 6’4” shooting guard (IMG Academy)
    Zhaire Smith, 6’5” small forward (Texas Tech)
    Omari Spellman, 6’9” power forward (Villanova)
    Khyri Thomas, 6-3 shooting guard (Creighton)
    Gary Trent Jr., 6’5” shooting guard (Duke)
    Allonzo Trier, 6’5” shooting guard (Arizona)
    Jarred Vanderbilt, 6’8” small forward (Kentucky)
    Moritz Wagner, 6’11” center (Michigan)
    Lonnie Walker IV, 6-‘4” shooting guard, (Miami)
    P.J. Washington, 6’8” power forward (Kentucky)
    Austin Wiley, 6’11” center (Auburn)
    Kris Wilkes, 6’7” forward (UCLA)
    Kenrich Williams, 6’7” power forward (TCU)
    Trae Young, 6’2” point guard (Oklahoma)
     
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    4 guys from KU is a little surprising. They were the best team in the league, but not by that much.
     
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    Making the NBA/NFL is almost a crapshoot at this point
     
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    How does this affect Wigginton?
     
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    It helps our chances he returns immensely
     
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    I hate Ku just as much as the next guy but idk if I would call them talentless.
     
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    Having more than the B1G warms the cockles of my heart.
     
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    Guessing it was Surly's attempt at sarcasm since KU fans all year would say it was Bill's "least talented final 4 team".
     
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  11. Frak

    Frak Well-Known Member

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    Guess I'm surprised that Williams from TCU got an invite. Seemed like he was their 3rd or 4th best player.
     
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    I have zero issue with any of the Big 12 players on that list. Not a single surprise.
     
  13. TheJackWePack5

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    2nd the team in scoring, 1st in rebounds and had the 2nd most assists.

    13.2pt 9.3reb 3.9ast

    He might have been their best overall player.
     
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  14. Cyclonepride

    Cyclonepride Thought Police
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    I think people get that impression because strangely, he hasn't had many huge games against us.
     
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  15. Frak

    Frak Well-Known Member

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    I thought Brodzianski was better. And Robinson. Didn’t they have a guy who led the league in 3s as well?
     
  16. nfrine

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    Hard to believe Maryland was below .500 in the B1G with 3 players invited to the combine. I'll bet Buddy will say it's because of the toughness of the league.
     

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