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2012 NBA Draft Rankings: Seniors

Written by Paul Banks of the Washington Times, and David Kay of the The Sports Bank.
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UPDATED 2/5/12

The rest of the 2012 NBA Draft Prospect Rankings posted here.

  1. Tyler Zeller, North Carolina
    Height: 7-0. Position: C

  2. William Buford, Ohio State
    Height: 6-6. Position: SG.

  3. Jeffery Taylor, Vanderbilt
    Height: 6-7. Position: SF

  4. Kris Joseph, Syracuse
    Height: 6-7. Position: SF

  5. Draymond Green, Michigan State
    Height: 6-7. Position: SF

  6. Festus Ezeli, Vanderbilt
    Height: 6-11. Position: C

  7. Kevin Jones, West Virginia
    Height: 6-8. Position: PF

  8. Trevor Mbakwe, Minnesota
    Height: 6-8. Position: PF

  9. Darius Miller, Kentucky
    Height: 6-8. Position: SF

  10. JaMychal Green, Alabama
    Height: 6-8. Position: PF.

  11. Scott Machado, Iona
    Height: 6-1. Position: PG.

  12. Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure
    Height: 6-9. Position: PF

  13. Darius Johnson-Odom, Marquette
    Height: 6-2. Position: SG

  14. Robert Sacre, Gonzaga
    Height: 7-0. Position: C.

  15. Jarrod Jones, Ball State
    Height: 6-9. Position: PF.

    Other 2012 NBA Draft Freshmen Prospects:

  16. Alex Young, IUPUI, 6-6, G/F
  17. Tyshawn Taylor, Kansas, 6-3, PG
  18. Orlando Johnson, UC-Santa Barbara, 6-5, SG
  19. Henry Sims, Georgetown, 6-10, C
  20. Ricardo Ratliffe, Missouri, 6-8, PF
  21. Jordan Taylor, Wisconsin, 6-1, PG
  22. Drew Gordon, New Mexico, 6-9, PF
  23. Marcus Denmon, Missouri, 6-3, SG
  24. Dee Bost, Mississippi State, 6-2, PG
  25. Herb Pope, Seton Hall, 6-8, PF
  26. Kim English, Missouri, 6-6, G/F
  27. Tu Holloway, Xavier, 6-0, PG
  28. Jae Crowder, Marquette, 6-6, SF
  29. Mike Scott, Virginia, 6-8, PF
  30. Kyle O'Quinn, Norfolk State, 6-10, C
  31. Kent Bazemore, Old Dominion, 6-5, SG
  32. Chase Stanback, UNLV, 6-8, SF
  33. Eli Holman, Detroit, 6-10, PF
  34. Jorge Gutierrez, California, 6-3, G
  35. Terrence Henry, Mississippi, 6-10, PF
  36. Bradford Burgess, VCU, 6-6, G/F
  37. Reggie Hamilton, Oakland, 5-11, PG
  38. Casper Ware, Long Beach State, 5-10, PG
  39. Chris Johnson, Dayton, 6-6, SG
  40. Dario Hunt, Nevada, 6-8, PF
  41. Bernard James, Florida State, 6-10, C
  42. Quincy Acy, Baylor, 6-6, PF
  43. Robbie Hummel, Purdue, 6-8, SF
  44. Ashton Gibbs, Pitt, 6-2, G
  45. Augustus Gilchrist, South Florida, 6-10, PF
  46. Tim Abromaitis, Notre Dame, 6-8, SF
  47. Yancy Gates, Cincinnati, 6-9, PF
  48. Cameron Tatum, Tennessee, 6-6, SG
  49. Scoop Jardine, Syracuse, 6-2, PG
  50. John Shurna, Northwestern, 6-9, SF
  51. Jamar Samuels, Kansas State, 6-7, SF
  52. Ralph Sampson III, Minnesota, 6-11, C

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I like the way it is.If you lose you get a better cchnae at winning the top pick but it's still only a cchnae.For this reason you can tank you season to improve your cchnaes but as most teams find out it is certainly no gaurantee of the top spot.The teams that feel they got ripped (Boston, Memphis, Milwaukee) need to realise that for example Boston only had a 38.7 percent cchnae of getting the number one or two pick.Odds are they weren't going to get one of them, so there's no reason to feel entitled to the one or two spot just because they sucked.The systems seems very fair to me and I certainly can't think of anything better!
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Vince 02-05-2012 02:29 pm (total posts: 1)
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If you like 6-5 athletic shooting guards like Lamb, you HAVE to have San Diego State's Jamaal Franklin listed. 6-5, 195, scoring 16 PPG with 7.2 RPG, 1.2 APG and SPG, 0.7 BPG. The last five games he's averaging 10 RPG and 18 PPG for the MWC leading and 17th (higher tomorrow) ranked Aztecs. If that doesn't convince you, just YouTube search his name, and you'll see.
@OkonTribune 02-05-2012 10:00 am (total posts: 1)
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I'm an Ohio State fan and I have no idea why ppl are so high on Buford.. He's having a really awful year, it's like he's trying to lose every game for us.. If this keeps up I'll be surprised if he ends up a 1st rounder

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