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Seth Davis
February 28, 2005
With a plethora of first-rate point guards in college this season, Seth Davis picks the top 10 and evaluates their pro potential on a 1-to-5 scale: 1=CBA candidate, 2=NBA roster shot; 3=second-round pick; 4=probable starter; 5=future All-Star (statistics through Sunday).
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February 28, 2005

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With a plethora of first-rate point guards in college this season, Seth Davis picks the top 10 and evaluates their pro potential on a 1-to-5 scale: 1=CBA candidate, 2=NBA roster shot; 3=second-round pick; 4=probable starter; 5=future All-Star (statistics through Sunday).

1 CHRIS PAUL Soph., WAKE FOREST6', 15.1 PPG, 6.8 APG
Quickness and decision-making in open floor translate well to pro game, especially with running team (5)

2 DERON WILLIAMS Jr., ILLINOIS 6'3", 12.5 PPG, 6.8 APG
At 210 pounds, has NBA size; efficient and controlled; can create off the dribble and knock down the J (5)

3 AARON MILES Sr., KANSAS 6'1", 8.9 PPG, 7.5 APG
Strong leader, fearless at crunch time; lack of outside shot will hamper chances at next level (3)

4 RAYMOND FELTON Jr., NORTH CAROLINA 6'1", 11.6 PPG, 7.1 APG
Has improved trey percentage (46.8) considerably; more effective on the run than in half-court sets (4)

5 GERRY MCNAMARA Jr., SYRACUSE 6'2", 16.2 PPG, 5.1 APG
Terrific shooter who's even deadlier when game is on the line; savvily uses outside shot to set up penetration (4)

6 JOHN LUCAS III Sr., OKLAHOMA STATE 5'11", 17.9 PPG, 4.7 APG
Wispy (165 pounds) and streaky, but has speed, smarts and pedigree; wants ball in final minutes (3)

7 JARRETT JACK Jr., GEORGIA TECH 6'3", 15.0 PPG, 4.6 APG
Steely NBA body (202 pounds); has adeptly assumed scoring load for injury-plagued Yellow Jackets (4)

8 CARL KRAUSER Jr., PITTSBURGH 6'2", 15.7 PPG, 5.9 APG
Has shot erratically (41.0%) but is a heady penetrator and superb leader with toughness and heart (3)

9 DANIEL GIBSON Fr., TEXAS 6'2", 14.4 PPG, 4.0 APG
Big, athletic and can score from anywhere; might be best at the position this time next year (5)

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