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2007 NBA Draft Prospects - Point Guards

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



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Name
School
Height
Weight
Year
Misc. Notes
Darren Collison*
UCLA
6-1
170
So.
One of the fastest players arriving to the NBA, Darren Collison is a defender who causes nightmares for his opposition. An outstanding floor general. Shot 44.7 percent from beyond the arc last year. His height is the only weakness I could find.
Mike Conley Jr.
Ohio State
6-1
180
Fr.
Probably should come back to school, as he would be a Top-8 prospect with all of the big men out of the way. His 3-point shooting needs to improve, and he can work on that at Ohio State. Other than height and long-distance shooting, Conley has no flaws in his game. Led the Buckeyes to the championship as a freshman.
Acie Law IV
Texas A&M
6-3
195
Sr.
The top upperclassman point guard in this draft. A tremendous leader and a clutch player. Solid defender and 3-point shooter. Can't find any glaring weakness.
Javaris Crittenton
Georgia Tech
6-5
195
Fr.
Very athletic and quick. Has a high basketball IQ. Great size at the point-guard position. Defense and shooting aren't strengths, but they aren't liabilities either. Could benefit from another year at Georgia Tech.
Ramon Sessions*
Nevada
6-3
190
Jr.
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Ty Lawson*
North Carolina
5-11
193
Fr.
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Aaron Brooks
Oregon
5-11
160
Sr.
Size is obviously a huge issue. If teams can look past that, they'll find an electrifying player who dribbles, drives and shoots prolifically. A leader. Defense is not a liability.
Gabe Pruitt
USC
6-4
170
Jr.
Very athletic and quick, but needs to put on some weight. Three-point percentage has declined dramatically the past two years. Solid defender.
Bobby Brown
CS-Fullerton
6-1
165
Sr.
An excellent shooter and scorer (averaged 13 ppg as a freshman and 20 ppg as a senior). Very quick. Dominated a weak conference; can he get it done at the next level? Size is a huge issue.
Dominic James*
Marquette
5-11
180
So.
Athletic and quick, and an excellent ball-handler. Not a good defender. His major weakness is his jump shot, which is one of the worst I've ever seen from a guard.
Taurean Green
Florida
6-0
177
Jr.
Definitely fed off the other talent at Florida. Small. Can hit the three if he's open.
Jamaal Tatum
Southern Illinois
6-2
175
So.
A quick, intelligent player. Refined his jumper and hit better than 40 percent from long distance. His size is an issue, especially considering he's not a natural point guard.
Jamon Gordon
Virginia Tech
6-2
210
Sr.
An athlete point guard who excels on the defensive end. Very quck. Hustles hard. Even worse than Dominic James from the field.


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