Galloway Info from the Past

Galloway Info from the Past

Matt Jonesover 13 years


Article written by:Matt JonesMatt Jones
galloway As an avid reader of this site keenly picked up on earlier, nearly two years ago on this very site, when we first were getting rolling, we told you of a list of likely successes from the 2006 high school class that came from the recruiting source "Basketball Today." That list included Jasper and Meeks, which is why we put it up. But as we republish it today, look who was considered just 2 years ago to be a big-time NBA prospect....thats right folks, Mr. Galloway. So here are the predictions and you can see how well they have worked out: POINT GUARDS BEST NBA PROSPECTS Tywon Lawson, North Carolina Derrick Jasper, Kentucky Kevin Galloway, USC (WILL PLAY MANY POSITIONS) Jeremiah Rivers, Georgetown Doug Wiggins, Connecticut TOP POINT GUARD SLEEPERS Landry Fields, Stanford Marcus Lawrence, UNLV Josue Soto, Florida State Malik Alvin, UTEP Stephen Curry, Davidson COLLEGE SUPER STARS Michael Conley, Ohio State Sherron Collins, Kansas Tywon Lawson, North Carolina Derrick Jasper, Kentucky Doug Wiggins, Connecticut POINT GUARDS WHO WILL S TRUGGLE D.J. Augustin, Texas Nic Wise, Arizona Demond Carter, Baylor Scottie Reynolds, Villanova Jerome Randle, California SHOOTING GUARDS BEST NBA PROSPECTS Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech Wayne Ellington, North Carolina L.D. Williams, Wake Forest Daequan Cook, Ohio State Gerald Henderson, Duke TOP SHOOTING GUARD SLEEPERS Adrion Graves, Xavier Osiris Eldridge, Illinois State Cameron Tatum, Undecided Ernest Williams, Utah State Cam Thoroughman, West Virginia COLLEGE SUPER STARS Wayne Ellington, North Carolina Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech Jon Scheyer, Duke Jodie Meeks, Kentucky Paul Harris, Syracuse SHOOTING GUARDS WHO WILL STRUGGLE Willie Kemp, Memphis Obi Muonelo, Oklahoma State Jerry Smith, Louisville Jonathon Peoples, Notre Dame Larry Davis, Seton Hall SWING FORWARDS BEST NBA PROSPECTS Chase Budinger, Arizo na Kevin Durant, Texas Thaddeus Young, Georgia Tech Stanley Robinson, Connecticut Earl Clark, Louisville TOP SWING FORWARD SLEEPERS Anjuan Wilderness, Charlotte Jarrel Smith, Colorado State Leon Freeman, Undecided Arbury Butler, Wichita State Michael Tveidt, North Dakota State COLLEGE SUPER STARS Chase Budinger, Arizona Kevin Durant, Texas Thaddeus Young, Georgia Tech Phil Nelson, Washington Damion James, Texas SWING FORWARDS WHO WILL STRUGGLE Lance Thomas, Duke Isaiah Dahlman, Michigan State Will Graves, North Carolina Rob Thomas, Saint John’s Gary Flowers, Oklahoma State POWER FORWARDS BEST NBA PROSPECTS Darrell Arthur, Undecided Spencer Hawes, Washington Brandan Wright, North Carolina Vernon Macklin, Georgetown Curtis Kelly, Connecticut TOP POWER FORWARD SLEEPERS Bryan Davis, Texas A&M Lewis Witcher, Virginia Tech Kenny Lawson, Creighton Jeremy Williams, Colorado Matt Heramb, Auburn COLLEGE SUPER STARS Spencer Hawes, Washington Brandan Wright, North Carolina Ryan Anderson, California James Keefe, UCLA Brook Lopez, Stanford POWER FORWARDS WHO WILL STRUGGLE Derrick Caracter, Louisville Keith Clark, Oklahoma Pierre Niles, Memphis Luke Harangody, Notre Dame Richard Semrau, Illinois CENTERS BEST NBA PROSPECTS Greg Oden, Ohio State Robin Lopez, Stanford Brian Carlwell, Illinois Matt Hill, Texas John Mandledove, Connecticut TOP CENTER SLEEPERS Brad Sheehan, Georgia Tech Will Foster, Gonzaga Emilio Lebolo, Wofford Javalle McGhee, Nevada Steven Hess, William & Mary CENTERS WHO WILL STRUGGLE Hamidy N’Diaye, Rutgers Mitchell Carter, South Carolina Derek Oestreicher, New Mexico Xavier Crawford, Bradley Franklin Jones, UTEP

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