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monkeysnthings 78 heat pts78
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Where did they go? Class of 2010 (NCAA BBall)
 

 
A look at the players who didn't make the NBA this offseason out of college and where they will be playing this year. If you have any additional info please let me know.

ACC

Dwayne Collins, Miami - Cimberio Varese, Italy
Marcus Ginyard, UNC - BBC Bayreuth, Germany
Sylven Landesberg, Virginia - Maccabi Haifa, Israel
Zachery Peacock, Georgia Tech - Giessen 46ers, Germany
Deon Thompson, UNC - Ikaros, Greece

A-10

Ryan Brooks, Temple - Giessen 46ers, Germany
David Gonzalvez, Richmond - Nantes, Brazil
Rodney Green, La Salle - Gilboa Galil, Israel
Ricky Harris, Massachusetts - BC Siauliai, Lithuania

BIG 12

Denis Clemente, Kansas St - Maccabi Rishon LeZion, Israel
Bryan Davis, Texas A&M - Energa Czarni Slupsk, Poland
Marquis Gilstrap, Iowa St - Turk Telekom Ankara, Turkey
Obi Muonelo, Oklahoma St - Ewe Baskets Oldenburg, Germany

BIG EAST

Jamine Peterson, Providence - Kolossos Rhodes, Greece
Reggie Redding, Villanova - Intercollege ETHA Engomis, Cyprus
Scottie Reynolds, Villanova - Prima Veroli, Italy
Edgar Sosa, Louisville - Angelico Biella, Italy
Deonta Vaughn, Cincinnati - Polpharma Starogard Gdansk, Poland

BIG TEN

Raymar Morgan, Michigan St - Maccabi Rishon LeZion, Israel
DeShawn Sims, Michigan - PAOK, Greece

PAC 10

Patrick Christopher, California - Antalya, Greece
Derek Glasser, Arizona St - Maccabi Haifa, Israel
Jerome Randle, California - Aliaga, Turkey
Michael Roll, UCLA - Bornova, Turkey
Roeland Schaftenaar, Oregon St - Gran Canaria, Spain
Nic Wise, Arizona - Telekom Baskets Bonn, Germany

SEC

Jermaine Beal, Vanderbilt - Trefl Sopot, Poland
Devan Downey, South Carolina - Antalya, Greece
Courtney Fortson, Arkansas - Bnei Hasharon, Israel
A.J. Ogilvy, Vanderbilt - Besiktas, Turkey
DeWayne Reed, Auburn - Erdemir, Turkey
Barry Stewart, Mississippi St - TBB Trier, Germany
Mikhail Torrance, Alabama - Maccabi Tel Aviv, Israel
Jarvis Varnado, Mississippi St - Pistoia Basket 2000, Italy
Tay Waller, Auburn - Oyak Renault, Turkey

OTHERS

Aubrey Coleman, Houston - Aliaga, Turkey
Osiris Eldridge, Illinois St - Pinar Karsiyaka, Turkey
Ali Farokhmanesh, Northern Iowa - SAM Massagno Basket, Switzerland
Jeff Foote, Cornell - Maccabi Tel Aviv, Israel
Jonathan Gibson, New Mexico St - Oyak Renault, Turkey
Adam Koch, Northern Iowa - CEZ Nymburk, Czech Republic
Art Parakhouski, Radford - VEF Riga, Latvia
Jared Quayle, Utah St - Stella Artois Leuven Bears, Belgium
Omar Samhan, Saint Mary's - Zalgiris Kaunas, Lithuania
A.J. Slaughter, Western Kentucky - Angelico Biella, Italy
Jonathan Tavernari, BYU - Angelico Biella, Italy
Ryan Wittman, Cornell - Vemsistemi Forli, Italy

UNSIGNED PLAYERS (Participated in NBA Summer League)

Armon Bassett, Ohio - New Orleans Hornets
Matt Bouldin, Gonzaga - Chicago Bulls
Wayne Chism, Tennessee - New Jersey Nets, Sacramento Kings
Jerome Dyson, Connecticut - Cleveland Cavaliers
Jordan Eglseder, Northern Iowa - Detroit Pistons
Manny Harris, Michigan - Cleveland Cavaliers (has ankle injury)
Trevon Hughes, Wisconsin - Houston Rockets
Dwight Lewis, USC - Houston Rockets
Landon Milbourne, Maryland - Atlanta Hawks
Tasmin Mitchell, LSU - Cleveland Cavaliers
Jon Scheyer, Duke - Miami Heat (torn retina, optic nerve in right eye injury)
Donald Sloan - Texas A&M - Sacramento Kings
Michael Washingotn, Arkansas - New York Knicks

OTHER UNSIGNED PLAYERS

Dee Bost, Mississippi St (applied for reinstatement to NCAA)
Jamal Boykin, California
Tweety Carter, Baylor
Tony Crocker, Oklahoma
Sharaud Curry, Providence
Gavin Edwards, Connecticut
Tory Jackson, Notre Dame
Mac Koshwal, DePaul
Arinze Onuaku, Syracuse
Tajuan Porter, Oregon
J.P. Prince, Tennessee
Theo Robertson, California
Will Walker, DePaul
Jahmar Young, New Mexico St

29 comments for "Where did they go? Class of 2010 (NCAA BBall)"

 7 years ago '05        #2
monkeysnthings 78 heat pts78 OP
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 illogik said:
No Quincey Pondexter? really?
Pondexter was a 1st round pick and is signed with New Orleans. This is just a list of the players who didn't make the NBA.
 7 years ago '09        #3
Jet Jagu4r 15 heat pts15
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Suprised to see no one picked up Scottie Reynolds, he was a great player at Villanova
 7 years ago '08        #4
fly_society_05 6 heat pts
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Jarvis Varnado, Mississippi St - Pistoia Basket 2000, Italy
i thought he was drafted by miami
 7 years ago '05        #5
MadGam325 14 heat pts14
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Man I would love to hoop in Italy.
 7 years ago '05        #6
monkeysnthings 78 heat pts78 OP
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 fly_society_05 said:
i thought he was drafted by miami
He was and Miami still holds his rights but he was gonna get playing time so he signed overseas. He can play for the Heat at any time if they have find a roster spot for him but for now he's gonna get more seasoning and playing time. Same thing for Dwayne Collins who was drafted. His rights are held by the Suns.
 7 years ago '06        #7
Jaguar34 4 heat pts
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This is just sad.

I get tired of seeing n*ggas shining in college, getting too excited and end up playing in Germany or Italy.


But s**t, I'd be happy as f**k to play basketball in Italy.
 7 years ago '06        #8
rlnichol77 1 heat pts
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 Jaguar34 said:
This is just sad.

I get tired of seeing n*ggas shining in college, getting too excited and end up playing in Germany or Italy.


But s**t, I'd be happy as f**k to play basketball in Italy.
there is nothing wrong playing in Italy, Spain, Germany Greece , or China

n*ggaz making 6 figure salaries tax free
 7 years ago '04        #9
rikedizzle 
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any word on tyler wilkerson from marshall?
 7 years ago '05        #10
monkeysnthings 78 heat pts78 OP
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 rikedizzle said:
any word on tyler wilkerson from marshall?

Tyler Wilkerson To Sign In Israel If Spurs Don't Guarantee Him A Contract
by Scott Schroeder on Jul 26, 2010 7:20 PM EDT in 2010 Vegas Summer League 3 comments

Tyler Wilkerson, a rookie out of Marshall and one of several San Antonio Spurs' Summer League standouts, has agreed to a deal in Israel with defending champs Galil Gilboa according to Walla Sport.

The 6-foot-8 power forward averaged 11 points and 6.6 rebounds while starting three of the five Spurs games in Las Vegas.

Wilkerson showed to be an interesting NBA prospect in Vegas as he showed a strong motor in attacking the offensive glass as well as being a decent spot up shooter for his size. He doesn't seem to be able to do much with his back to the basket, but the Spurs have shown a knack for being okay with face-up forwards - especially if they're able to contribute on the glass as Wilkerson did in Vegas.

Wilkerson's best games came against Los Angeles - he played well against the Clippers (while matched up with lottery pick Al-Farouq Aminu) and the Lakers (he matched up with draft picks Devin Ebanks and Derrick Caracter in this game). Against the Lakers, Wilkerson scored 20 points and grabbed nine boards (four offensive) and then followed that up with a 12 point, six rebound and three steal performance against Aminu and the Clippers.

Interestingly enough, according to my usually accurate but loose-google-translation system, Wilkerson does have an out with the Israeli team if he's offered a guaranteed contract with the Spurs. The Spurs do seemingly have a need for a sixth big man, but it will more than likely come down to a training camp battle between Wilkerson and fellow San Antonio Summer Leaguers (and former Spurs draft pick) James Gist along with Darryl Watkins also an outside possibility.

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 7 years ago '05        #11
dahabi 90 heat pts90
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kinda surprised no one picked up clemente...thought he had some real talent
 7 years ago '04        #12
rikedizzle 
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 monkeysnthings said:

Tyler Wilkerson To Sign In Israel If Spurs Don't Guarantee Him A Contract
by Scott Schroeder on Jul 26, 2010 7:20 PM EDT in 2010 Vegas Summer League 3 comments

Tyler Wilkerson, a rookie out of Marshall and one of several San Antonio Spurs' Summer League standouts, has agreed to a deal in Israel with defending champs Galil Gilboa according to Walla Sport.

The 6-foot-8 power forward averaged 11 points and 6.6 rebounds while starting three of the five Spurs games in Las Vegas.

Wilkerson showed to be an interesting NBA prospect in Vegas as he showed a strong motor in attacking the offensive glass as well as being a decent spot up shooter for his size. He doesn't seem to be able to do much with his back to the basket, but the Spurs have shown a knack for being okay with face-up forwards - especially if they're able to contribute on the glass as Wilkerson did in Vegas.

Wilkerson's best games came against Los Angeles - he played well against the Clippers (while matched up with lottery pick Al-Farouq Aminu) and the Lakers (he matched up with draft picks Devin Ebanks and Derrick Caracter in this game). Against the Lakers, Wilkerson scored 20 points and grabbed nine boards (four offensive) and then followed that up with a 12 point, six rebound and three steal performance against Aminu and the Clippers.

Interestingly enough, according to my usually accurate but loose-google-translation system, Wilkerson does have an out with the Israeli team if he's offered a guaranteed contract with the Spurs. The Spurs do seemingly have a need for a sixth big man, but it will more than likely come down to a training camp battle between Wilkerson and fellow San Antonio Summer Leaguers (and former Spurs draft pick) James Gist along with Darryl Watkins also an outside possibility.

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yea i saw that...just wondering if there was anything more up to date
 7 years ago '05        #13
monkeysnthings 78 heat pts78 OP
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 rikedizzle said:
yea i saw that...just wondering if there was anything more up to date
As far as I can tell that's the situation at this point. He's going to training camp with the Spurs to try and win a roster spot and he's unsuccessful he'll be playing in Israel.
 7 years ago '08        #14
lr501 
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all these n*ggas finna make bread...especially the players thats goin to italy and turkey...
 7 years ago '10        #15
Nautilus O 18 heat pts18
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If you gotta play 4 years in college, you prolly not making the league, its crazy
 7 years ago '05        #16
QualityRecords 8 heat pts
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Raymar Morgan screwed himself by not coming out early, he was projected to be a first rounder after his sophomore year and stayed at MSU.
 7 years ago '05        #17
monkeysnthings 78 heat pts78 OP
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 lr501 said:
all these n*ggas finna make bread...especially the players thats goin to italy and turkey...
yeah they're doing just fine and it's not just about a certain country that's gonna pay real nice. If you go to a team participating in the Euroleague, you are gonna get paid for sure.

Here's last year's top Euroleague salaries. I know it's not NBA money but if you're Gordon Giricek you laughing like a mofo.


Top 30 best paid players in Europe

1. Josh Childress
Olympiacos
€4,500,000

2. Theodoros Papaloukas
Olympiacos
€3,500,000

3. Juan Carlos Navarro
Barcelona
€2,800,000

4. Matjaz Smodis
CSKA Moscow
€2,500,000

5. Linas Kleiza
Olympiacos
€2,300,000

6. Dimitris Diamantidis
Panathinaikos
€2,100,000

7. Ramunas Siskauskas
CSKA Moscow
€2,000,000

8. Gordan Giricek
Fenerbahce
€2,000,000

9. Nikola Vujcic
Olympiacos
€2,000,000

10. Vassilis Spanoulis
Panathinaikos
€1,900,000

11. Igor Rakocevic
Efes Pilsen
€1,830,000

12. Felipe Reyes
Real Madrid
€1,800,000

13. Fran Vazquez
Barcelona
€1,800,000

14. Von Wafer
Olympiacos
€1,750,000

15. Ioannis Bouroussis
Olympiacos
€1,670,000

16. Trajan Langdon
CSKA Moscow
€1,600,000

17. Viktor Khryapa
CSKA Moscow
€1,600,000

18. Mike Batiste
Panathinaikos
€1,500,000

19. Antonis Fotsis
Panathinaikos
€1,500,000

20. Tiago Splitter
TAU Ceramica
€1,400,000

21. Nikola Pekovic
Panathinaikos
€1,300,000

22. Zoran Planinic
CSKA Moscow
€1,300,000

23. Drew Nicholas
Panathinaikos
€1,300,000

24. Mario Kasun
Efes Pilsen
€1,200,000

25. Panagiotis Vasilopoulos
Olympiacos
€1,200,000

26. Giorgos Printezis
Unicaja Malaga
€1,150,000

27. Alex Hervelle
Real Madrid
€1,150,000

28. Henry Domercant
Montepaschi Siena
€1,100,000

29. Kosta Perovic
Valencia
€1,100,000

30. Kresimir Loncar
UNICS
€1,050,000

Current exchange rate: 1 EURO = 1.485 USD (December 5, 2009)

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 7 years ago '05        #18
monkeysnthings 78 heat pts78 OP
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 Nautilus O said:
If you gotta play 4 years in college, you prolly not making the league, its crazy
 QualityRecords said:
Raymar Morgan screwed himself by not coming out early, he was projected to be a first rounder after his sophomore year and stayed at MSU.
I agree with you both. Things have changed. If you're projected as a 1st rounder as an underclassman you should probably enter the draft. There's a chance you can improve your position no doubt but more times than not players that stay an extra year or two don't get drafted.
 7 years ago '04        #19
NoLedge18720 5 heat pts
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which one of these players was a first team AP All-American
 7 years ago '09        #20
HennyHeat 6 heat pts
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 monkeysnthings said:
I agree with you both. Things have changed. If you're projected as a 1st rounder as an underclassman you should probably enter the draft. There's a chance you can improve your position no doubt but more times than not players that stay an extra year or two don't get drafted.
Daniel Orton got the memo
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