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  • #16
    Charles Hathaway went to my high school. They still have his jersey retired and hanging in the gym.

    We also have a 7'2 former center now at UTC who averages a whopping 1pt, .8 rbs per game as a RS Sophmore.
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    • #17
      WTF...Jeff Boschee was the **** at Kansas...Honestly, he had the best 3 point stroke I have ever seen. He signed my shoe when I was at a Kansas basketball camp. He was a pretty good college player.



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      • #18
        What about Dajuan Wagner? Guy was a beast in high school. He holds the New Jersey state scoring record, scored 100 points in a game, and averaged 42.5 points per game as a senior. He was drafted 6th overall by Cleveland after 1 year in college and never found success in the NBA. He's now playing in Poland.

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        • #19
          I wouldn't say that Andre McGee didn't pan out. He was the starting guard, and the best defender on a great defensive team in Louisville. Arguably the best defender in basketball last year for the number one overall seed in the tournament. He will not get drafted probably, but i wouldn't say he didn't pan out!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by P-L View Post
            What about Dajuan Wagner? Guy was a beast in high school. He holds the New Jersey state scoring record, scored 100 points in a game, and averaged 42.5 points per game as a senior. He was drafted 6th overall by Cleveland after 1 year in college and never found success in the NBA. He's now playing in Poland.
            Yeah but he was a monster his only year at Memphis averaging 20+, he also averaged over 13 ppg his rookie season. Unfortunately for him his sickness happened and he had to have his entire colon taken out. He really hasn't been the same basketball player since. He could have had a Ben Gordon type career. BTW Mike Jones from Maryland is a definite huge bust. He was supposed to be the next Ray Allen. Also you can add to that list Vernon Macklin of Georgetown. BTW he won't do anything at Florida either. You can't use your athleticism and length as a way to hide you have no basketball skills on the college level.
            Last edited by SeanTaylorRIP; 04-20-2009, 12:33 PM.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by P-L View Post
              What about Dajuan Wagner? Guy was a beast in high school. He holds the New Jersey state scoring record, scored 100 points in a game, and averaged 42.5 points per game as a senior. He was drafted 6th overall by Cleveland after 1 year in college and never found success in the NBA. He's now playing in Poland.
              Ugh. When I was younger, all they would talk about on CSN was Wagner.
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              • #22
                Why is Taliek Brown on this list. He was a solid PG for UConn....the heart and soul of our NC team.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by JHG722 View Post
                  Ugh. When I was younger, all they would talk about on CSN was Wagner.
                  Always happens to local products.
                  There was this one guy, Lebron James. Ever heard of him? Meh.
                  Martell Webster.
                  Kwame Brown.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by PalmerToCJ View Post
                    Mike Mercer for Georgia was actually pretty good but screwed up off the court, got kicked off the team and I haven't heard about him since.
                    He messed his knee up really bad. I was acutally watching that game, and i believe it was his last. He was a 6'4 shooting guard who would have faired very well in the NBA draft, but the knee injury is what really ****** him up. Then he had some off field issues, just like a lot of student-athletes at ******* UGA do.

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                    • #25
                      How did Andre Barrett and Jason Gardner not pan out?

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                      • #26
                        Yeah both were very good college ball players.

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