Sunday, December 11, 2005

Former Michigan HS basketball players around the country

Here's a few former Michigan HS basketball players that ended up playing college ball in another state and are off to a nice start to the season. Well, some have higher expectations than others but they are all producing.

Kirk Walters (6'10" sophomore, Arizona): 7.0 pts, 3.6 rbs, 2.0 blocks
Jabari Currie (6'4" freshman, DePaul): 7.3 pts, 2.1 rbs, 1.9 assists
Wilson Chandler (6'8" freshman, DePaul): 7.4 pts, 7.4 rbs, 1.9 blocks
Al Horford (6'8" sophomore, Florida): 12.8 pts, 6.7 rbs, 2.2 assists, 1.7 blocks, 1.4 steals
Jerel Allen (6'4" junior, Florida State): 6.3 pts, 2.0 rbs, 50% fgs, 46% 3s
Jay Youngblood (6'5" senior, Kent): 15.5 pts, 4.4 rbs, 50.5% fgs
Joe Crawford (6'4" sophomore, Kentucky): 6.8 pts, 3.8 rbs
Brandon Jenkins (6'3" senior, Louisville): 11.0 pts, 3.8 assists, 3.4 rbs, 1.4 steals
William Hatcher (6'2" senior, Miami-OH): 11.4 pts, 4.8 assists, 4.0 rbs, 1.8 steals
Malik Hairston (6'5" sophomore, Oregon): 15.3 pts, 5.0 rbs, 1.0 steals
James Holmes (6'2" senior, South Florida): 20.6 pts, 3.0 rbs, 2.4 steals
Eric Devendorf (6'4" freshman, Syracuse): 8.7 pts, 2.1 rbs, 1.9 assists, 46% 3s
Justin Ingram (6'3" junior, Toledo): 15.5 pts, 2.7 rbs, 2.5 assists, 46.4% fgs, 44.1% 3s
Kyle Visser (6'11" junior, Wake Forest): 10.5 pts, 8.1 rbs, 2.1 blocks

Throw in some instate kids like Paul Davis, Mo Ager, Drew Neitzel, Lester Abram, Dion Harris, Graham Brown, Brandon Cotton, Giordan Watson, and who would your all former Michigan HS college player team by this year?

Here's my first and second team:

Paul Davis
Al Horford
Malik Hairston
Mo Ager
Brandon Cotton


Kyle Visser
Wilson Chandler
Lester Abram
James Holmes
Brandon Jenkins

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