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2007 NBA Draft Prospects - Centers

The top 2007 draft prospects at the center position.
Note: Last update: May 24, 2007.
*-Denotes player will return to college for the 2007-08 season.



Centers|Power Forwards|Small Forwards|Shooting Guards|Point Guards

Name
School
Height
Weight
Year
Misc. Notes
Greg Oden
Ohio State
7-0
280
Fr.
Oden's outstanding performance in the National Championship probably cemented his status as the No. 1 pick.
Roy Hibbert*
Georgetown
7-2
278
Jr.
Sometimes looks aloof and uninterested. I'm not saying the effort's not there; he just might scare some teams off. Could be a top-five pick next year.
Hasheem Thabeet*
Connecticut
7-3
265
Fr.
All defense, no offense. At least not yet. Will go back to school to work on the scoring aspect of his game.
Spencer Hawes
Washington
6-11
250
Fr.
Nice shooter but needs to bulk up. In a perfect world, he'd come out after his junior year.
Marc Gasol
Spain
7-0
270
1985
Pau Gasol's brother is strong inside but very unathletic. Not sure that is something that can be improved.
Brook Lopez*
Stanford
7-0
250
Fr.
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Kyle Visser
Wake Forest
6-11
250
Sr.
Will be a decent backup center but lacks the talent to start.
Aaron Gray
Pittsburgh
7-1
280
Sr.
Has some nice low-post moves, but overall he's slow and overweight. Not explosive at all.
James Hughes
Northern Illinois
6-11
220
Sr.
Broke a double-digit scoring average just once at a bad school. His long arms and quickness make him a solid shot-blocker. Can be a role player.
Darryl Watkins
Syracuse
6-11
258
Sr.
A clone of James Hughes, but even worse offensively.
Shaun Pruitt
Illinois
6-10
255
Jr.
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