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  • #1 by jbcarol on 09 Apr 2010
  • Across Time Teams since SEC Expansion ('91-92)

    Alternate Divisions

    Start in the East with Kentucky:

    PG John Wall (Word of God, Fr): National POY runner up, Consensus All-American, Set Kentucky single season assist record from the Sutton Error, broke Kentucky freshman scoring record previously held by Demarcus Cousins.

    Hon. Mention: Brandon Knight was Coach's 1st Team and Freshman All-American; Rajon Rondo, lead guard for Celtics; Travis Ford, Oklahoma State coach; Wayne Turner, ex-Harlem Globetrotter, Duke nemesis. Anthony Epps and Marquis Teague were point guards on national championship teams but not the marquee players.

    Dishonorable Mention: Saul Smith, Minnesota asst. coach. UK fans gave him a hard time as they remembered a time when they were benched for the coach's son.

    SG Tony Delk, Three-Time Scoring Leader, Championship Game MOP and Three Points Made record. Delk was a tough on defense as he was behind the arc.

    Hon. Mention: Keith Bogans, twisted ankle short of final four; Derek Anderson, ACL short of championship; Jodie Meeks, single-game scoring leader, SEC scoring leader, head coach short of doing something significant; Jeff Sheppard, led National Championship team in scoring. Redshirted in 1997 to play on '98 championship team.

    Dishonorable Mention: Desmond Allison. When Tubby Smith went "Father Flanigan" he never got it back.  Even a 26-0 run was not enough.  Allison was killed in 2012; Rae Carruth (see Allison, Desmond).

    SF: Tayshaun Prince, All-American, SEC POY, underrated for defense, played during tough stretch for UK basketball and Tubby Smith.

    Hon. Mention: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, NBA 2nd Pick had a great motor and was a lockdown defender; Ron Mercer, All-American; Kelenna Azubuike, father's legal troubles prevented a senior season; Coach Pelphrey is Kentucky's 8th leading scorer in the last 20 years and was a pivotal leader on their Unforgettable team.

    Dishonorable Mention: Rod Rhodes, his meltdown v. Hogs in SEC Championship had Pitino put him on waivers (also to free a spot for Mercer).  When he got no takers, he was shipped to USC;
    Darnell Dodson/Ramon Harris, can you imagine Rotnei Clarke getting the open looks these guys got this year?

    PF: Jamal Mashburn, he fouled out twice in his career in OT: Duke '92, Michigan '93. Kentucky lost both games.

    Hon. Mention: Terrence Jones was SEC Freshman/Newcomer of the Year in '11. AP and Coaches SEC 1st Team; Patrick Patterson, All-SEC got his degree in three years; Chuck Hayes, he just wins, baby; Antoine Walker; Scott Padgett, came back from his lawn care business to bury Duke and Kansas.

    Dishonorable Mention: Jason Parker (who was a cancer), Sheray Thomas (who had cancer).

    C Anthony Davis was UK's first consensus player of the year. He was the first pick in the 2012 draft joining John Wall as UK's only NBA 1st picks ever (Sam Bowie and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist were 2nd overall picks). Davis set single-season shot blocks records.

    Hon. Mention: Demarcus Cousins: broke Rex Chapman's single season freshman scoring record, AP first team All-American, and funny guy in Elmer Fudd hat and Peter Parker glasses; Nazr Mohammed, a project that worked out; Jamal Magloire [Billy Packer: that Wojo's tough, son of a longshoreman, that's tough Jim. <in high and whiny squeal> what's Magloire doing?!?]; Marquis Estill, voluntary one-year walk-on on team that ran SEC on 26-0 run. Josh Harrelson was a surprise contributor to a team who lost six SEC road games but went to Final Four with a win over #1 overall seed Ohio State.

    Dishonorable Mention: Randolph Morris, there's no I in TEAM. Good thing Tubby found that fax.  Pete Thamel found a receipt in Turkey that ensured Enes Kanter's biggest contribution was to raise Josh Harrelson's game in practice. Thamel couldn't find anything on T'eo.
  • #2 by jbcarol on 10 Apr 2010
  • Back to the West ('91-92 present)

    State

    All-Time Frontcourt

    Erick Dampier, MVP of State's best team ever.  So good the ABA's all-time leading scorer had the public pronounciation of his name changed to match Erick's.

    Jarvis Varnado, only NCAA player to have 1000/1000/500 (pts/rebs/blks).  Most appearances on all-league defensive team.  All-time blocks leader.

    Lawrence Roberts, got immediate playing time after the Baylor scandal and was SEC POY.

    All-Time Point Guard

    Derrick Zimmerman, underrated leader of some excellent State teams in the first half of the aughts.

    All-Time SG

    Timmy Bowers, Zimmerman's running mate was a clutch shooter, great defender, and All-American.

    Sixth Man Honoree

    Dontae' Jones had one of the best runs evah during the '96 postseason helping State make the Final Four.

    Frontcourt Honorable Mention

    Moultrie, State's last NBA 1st round picks were Dampier and Jones in '96.

    Mario Austin, multiple time All-SEC big man who could shoot

    Charles Rhodes, recent All-SEC player

    Horatio Webster, another multi-year All-SEC big

    Tyrone Washington, solid big man during a tough stretch

    Robert Jackson, tough big guy post-Dampier

    Dishonorable Mention

    Fill-in-blank players who committed inhibiting recruiting and then went straight to NBA

    Sidney, who would have helped Stansbury if he had tried to go straight to the NBA


    Honorable Mention Point Guards

    Chuck Evans, All-SEC PG at time of expansion when the SEC was loaded.

    D Bost, 2012 Coaches All-SEC 1st Team '11 2nd Team was concerned about exposure in Starkville.

    Dishonorable Mention

    Gary Ervin, All-SEC Freshman takes his act to Arkansas


    Wing

    Jamont Gordon, multi-time All-SEC

    Tony Watts, the asst principal at Connor (following Joe Dan Gold career path) is already an SEC Legend. Watts led State to a regular season co-conference championship.

    Barry, good career just wrapped.

    Shane Power, just gets in, but was a tough player during the Roberts/Bowers/Zimmerman era.

    Dishonorable Mention:

    Ben Hansbrough, the sane one in the family was All-SEC Freshman before leaving State.

    Delks, had cause to split?  Reginald is called out by Calipari with a Pel-like, "you're messing with the wrong guy [Bledsoe].  He'll [see you] after the game."  And Uncle Tony, "See ya at the family picnic."
  • #3 by jbcarol on 10 Apr 2010
  • Back to the East ('91-92 to present)

    Vandy First Team
    Bill McCaffrey, SEC POY, SG, Duke x-fer on VU’s League championship team
    Dan Langhi, SEC POY, 6’11” took Vandy thru tough years
    Shan Foster, SEC POY, swing man, is SEC all-time 3pt. leader
    Derrick Byars, SEC POY, swing man, led team in assists, Va x-fer
    John Jenkins, two-time 1st Team All-SEC, POY runner-up


    Sixth and Seventh Man Honoree
    “Dollar” Beal, Combo guard, exits as winningest playa in Vandy history
    Matt Freije, All-American, C, hard working big man

    Honorable Mention Frontcourt
    AJ Oglivy, Soft Aussie entered draft and regressed year-by-year

    Bruce Elder, ’93 Coach’s 2nd Team, 6’5” slim PF, Davidson x-fer, played the role Coach Fogler gave him on Vandy’s Championship team.

    Dishonorable Mention Frontcourt
    Ross Neltner, the LSU x-fer came from J-Load’s cake-eating HS.


    Honorable Mention Wing
    Jeff Taylor, the Swede is three-time All-SEC Defensive team and scores. '12 All-SEC Coach's 1st Team and '11 2nd Team.
    Pax Whitehead, was ’97 All-SEC 2nd Team
    Corey Smith, was ’05 All-SEC Coach’s 2nd Team

    Dishonorable Mention Swing Man
    Scott Hundley (Ted’s son) never caught on. From the Rick Jones’ school.

    Honorable Mention SG
    Ronnie McMahon, 2-Time All-SEC had no conscience
    Drew Maddux, ’98 All-SEC 1st Team, 3rd generation player was also a defensive stalwart

    Dishonorable Mention SG
    Rick Jones, was an example of a Kentucky player who did not make it at Vandy
    Brian Williams, though he lived in Fayetteville I still would not choose him for a pickup game (I saw Williams the day after Marshall Henderson hit that 30+ foot three pointer at the buzzer that sent Ole Miss to OT and eventual victory over Vandy).

    Honorable Mention PG
    Kevin Anglin, All-SEC during ’93 championship, All-Time Assists, FTs, defense, academic and do what you need playa.
    Frank Seckar, Two-time All-SEC during SEC’s loaded ’94-96 seasons
    Atiba Prater, ’00 All-SEC may have been out of position but an all-time assists leader

    Dishonorable Mention
    Adolph Rupp, okay, okay, he was just before expansion but had to get it in

  • #4 by jbcarol on 10 Apr 2010
  • Back to the West ('91-92 to present)

    LSU

    Across-Time Starting Five are the Five SEC POYs

    Shaq   2 Time consensus SEC POY, 2 Time All-Defensive Team, C
    Swift  co-SEC POY, PF, 2-n-done, 2000 All-American  PF
    Bass   SEC POY, PF
    Big Baby  SEC POY, PF, 3-Time All-SEC
    Marcus Thornton, SG, ’09 SEC POY, ’08 All-SEC 2nd Team

    Sixth Man
    Tasmin Mitchell, F, ’10 All-SEC, 3rd leading scorer in LSU history behind Maravich and Durand Rudy Macklin.


    Honorable Mention Front Court
    Thomas, 2nd Team All-SEC ’06
    Jaime Lloreda, PF, ’04 All-SEC 1st Team, 2-n-done
    Justin Hamilton, C, '12 All-SEC 2nd Team
    Jabari Smith C, ’99-00 2 Time All-SEC 2nd Team
    Geert Hammink, C, 1st Team All-SEC ’93, Shaq’s long suffering backup
    Ronald Dupree, SF, ’01-03 3-Time All-SEC 2nd Team
    Vernell Singleton, All SEC 3rd Team, ’92, over 1,500 pts/750 rebs.
    Duane Spence, ’97 All-SEC 2nd Team, G’Town x-fer led team in scoring

    Honorable Mention Back Court
    Darrel Mitchell, G, ’06 All-SEC 1st Team
    Ronnie Henderson, 2-Time All-SEC 1st Team and leading scorer ’95-96
    Torris Bright, G, ’00 All-SEC 3rd Team, 4 year playa
    Jamie Brandon, G, Two-Time All SEC 2nd Team ’93-‘94, 2nd in 3pt %
    Maurice Carter ’99 All-SEC 3rd Team, 2-time leading scorer
    Collis Temple, SG, seemed like he was at LSU forever

    Dishonorable Mention
    Lester Earl
    Ross Neltner, PF, went to same school as cake eater Hefty Lefty.
  • #5 by Imminent Rueage on 10 Apr 2010
  • It never dawned on me until I read this, but since Arkansas joined the SEC in the 1991-92 season, Vanderbilt has had four SEC Players of the Year and LSU has had five.

    Nine SEC POY awards with nary a National Championship and only one Final Four to show for it.
  • #6 by jbcarol on 11 Apr 2010
  • Back to the East with Tennessee

    Across Years Team (’91-92 to present)

    SG, Chris Lofton, SEC POY, All-American, ’06-08 3-Time All-SEC 1st Team. Great shooter and a clutch shooter.  “When you have Rondo, Joe Crawford, Bradley, and Adam Williams in hand, there’s no room left for a Chris Lofton,” said Tubby Smith.

    SF, Allan Houston, All-American, 4 Time 1st Team All-SEC, One case where the son got the coach a job ala Pistol Pete.  In this case former Louisville assistant Wade Houston became the first black coach of a major men’s sport in the SEC and the first black to get a membership at a premium Knoxville CC.

    PF, Ron Slay, All-American, ’03 All-SEC 1st Team, ’01 All-SEC 2nd Team. Slay was a big talker, a great interview, and a good outside shooter.

    PG, Tony Harris ’00 1st Team All-SEC, ’98-99 2 Time 2nd Team All-SEC, tough little point guard, seems like he was there forever.

    PF, Wayne Chism ’10 All-SEC 1st Team ’09 All-SEC 2nd Team. In a year of turmoil, the Tennessee folks love Wayne Chism. His trail has come to an end.

    Honorary Sixth Man
    Vincent Yarbrough ’02 All-SEC 1st Team ’00-01 2 Time 2nd Team All-SEC. Highly sought after prospect.

    Honorable Mention Front Court
    PF, Corey Allen, ’93 3rd Team All-SEC, do you foul up 3 late? UK fouled Allan Houston who missed the second intentionally.  Allen got the rebound scored plus one and UT won the game. Allen had 24.

    C Steve Hamer, ’95-96 2-Time 2nd Team All-SEC, UT’s first 7-footer since Kevin Nash, averaged 18+ ppg.

    F C.J. Black ’98 2nd Team All-SEC, best year was his soph season.

    F Isiah Victor ’00 3rd Team All-SEC, University Heights grad

    C Marcus Haislip ’02 All-SEC 2nd Team. Breakout scoring year in ’02.

    C Tobias Harris '11 Coach's All-SEC 2nd Team as Freshman. 

    PF Maymon '12 Coach's All-SEC 2nd Team


    Honorable Mention Backcourt
    G Brandon Wharton ’97 2nd Team All-SEC. ’98 3rd Team All-SEC

    G Scotty Hopson '11 1st Team All-SEC

    G Scooter McFadgon, ’04 All-SEC 2nd Team, The Memphis x-fer lit it up in ’04 as a junior.

    G CJ Watson, ’06 All-SEC 2nd Team, former assist man lit it up ’06.

    G JaJuan Smith, ’08 All-SEC 2nd Team, Coach Pelphrey gave him his comeuppance in one of the Hog’s 3 wins over 30 win teams since Arkansas entered the league [Oklahoma ’08-09, Kentucky ‘93].

    Dishonorable Mention
    Tyler Smith, 2-Time All-SEC First Team got sidetracked on 3rd attempt

    JaJuan Smith got put in place in SEC-T.

    Pearls.

  • #7 by jbcarol on 13 Apr 2010
  • Auburn Across-Time Starting Five (’91-92 to Present)

    F Chris Porter, ’99 SEC POY unanimous selection, ’00 All-SEC 2nd Team, the juco x-fer was an exciting player who got Auburn on National TV, an SEC championship, and a #1 seed.

    G Doc Robinson, ’99-00 2-Time All-SEC 1st Team, College Hoops Insider All-American, good point guard on a good Auburn team. 3rd all-time in assists, 13th in scoring, and 6th in 3 pointers. 2.65 assist/turnover ratio in ’99-00.

    SG Wesley Person, AP Honorable Mention All-American and another great person at Auburn. ’94 All-SEC 1st Team,’93 All-SEC Coach’s 1st Team, ’92 All-SEC 3rd Team.  Auburn’s all-time leading 3-point shooter and 3rd leading scorer of all time.

    G Wes Flanigan, ’96 All-SEC 3rd Team, Parkview grad is second all-time at Auburn in assists and battled thru cancer to play his senior season. Wes is one of the great leaders in Auburn history and is an assistant at UAB. Flanigan received the Basketball Writers Most Courageous Award.

    PF Marquis Daniels, ’03 All-SEC 2nd Team, ’01 All-SEC 3rd Team. Good scorer and rebounder for his height, he was also among SEC leaders in steals.  Daniels was the Birmingham News unofficial SEC POY in ’03. Daniels is Auburn’s all-time leader in steals and 9th in scoring.


    Honorary Sixth and Seventh men

    SG Ronnie Battle, ’90 and ’93 All-SEC Coach’s 1st Team. 6th all-time scorer at Auburn and shot 51.1% from 3 for an Auburn single-season record. 

    PF Aaron Swinson, ’94, All-SEC 1st Team, ’93 All-SEC Coach’s 2nd Team.  The 3-year player was another good rebounder for his height. 2nd in Auburn history in FG % to Barkley and 12th all-time scorer.


    Honorable Mention Front Court

    SF Bryant Smith, ’99 All-SEC 1st Team, ’98 All-SEC Coach’s 2nd Team, good defender and rebounder.  Bryant held his opponent to 5-6 ppg below scoring average in ’98-99. Auburn is often over looked on the All-SEC teams but ’99 was a very good year for the Tiger.

    F Korvotney Barber, ’09 All-SEC 2nd Team. The McDonald’s All-American was a good rebounder for a 6’7” guy.  Barber set single season rebounding records at Auburn and is 9th all time.

    C Mamadou N’diaye, ’99 All-SEC AP 3rd Team. The 7-footer with the great name (along with LR’s Adrian Chilliest) was an 8-and-8 and 7-and-7 guy for Auburn. 2nd in all time blocked shots to Kyle Davis.

    C Kyle Davis. The underrated 6’10” Davis was a rough-edged precursor to State’s Varnado but he was a shot blocking machine with 360.


    Honorable Mention BackCourt

    G Lance Weems, ’96 All-SEC Coach’s 3rd Team is now the Athletic Superintendent for Hoover Parks and Recreation.  Weems made 10 threes against the Hogs in a shootout with Scotty.

    G Jamison Brewer, ’01 All-SEC AP 3rd Team, 8 ppg, 7 rpg, and 6 apg was good enough to get Brewer drafted in the 2nd round.

    G Adam Harrington, ’01 All-SEC Coach’s 3rd Team. The transfer made an immediate scoring impact in ’01 as a junior.


    Dishonorable Mention
    Marco Killingsworth, ’04 All-SEC Coach’s 2nd Team transferred to Indiana.

    Toney Douglas, ’05 All-SEC AP 3rd Team as a freshman took his act to FSU.

    Moochie Norris, ’95, All-SEC 3rd Team.  The Odessa juco x-fer spent a year at Auburn and then onto West Florida.

  • #8 by jbcarol on 20 Apr 2010
  • South Carolina Across-Time Top Five (’91-92 to Present)

    Devan Downey ’08-10 3-Time SEC 1st Team

    BJ McKie ’97-99 3-Time 1st Team, 18 ppg, 40% 3-pt., ’96 SEC Rookie of the Year.

    Larry Davis ’97 1st Team, ’96 Coach’s 2nd Team, 16 ppg in ‘97

    Melvin Watson ’97 1st Team, ’98 2nd Team, ’96 Coach’s 3rd Team, 5 apg, 5 rpg, 2 spg in ‘97

    Tre Kelley ’07 1st Team, 19 ppg, 5 apg in ‘07


    Honorable Mention

    F Emmett Hall ’93 AP 3rd Team, 15 ppg and team’s leading rebounder

    G-F Jamie Watson ’93-‘94 Two-Time 2nd Team, 3rd in ’95 NBA Slam Dunk contest

    C Marius Petravicius ’01 3rd Team  avg. 8 and 5 in ’01.

    G-F Chuck Eidson ended career 3rd all-time SEC steals leaders

    G Jamel Bradley ’02 Coach’s 3rd Team, 13 ppg in ’02.

    F Carlos Powell ’04-05 2-Time 3rd Team  14 and 6 in ’04-05. ’05 NIT MVP

    F Renaldo Balkman  10 ppg, 6 rpg in ’06, 1st round Knick pick. ’06 NIT MVP.

    G-F Tarence Kinsey ’06 Coach’s 2nd Team, 16 ppg, 5 rpg, 84% FT in ‘06

    F Dominique Archie ’09 2nd Team, denied 6th season by NCAA

    G Zam Fredrick, ’09 SEC 2nd Team, Tech x-fer avg. 15 ppg for SC
  • #9 by jbcarol on 24 Apr 2010
  • Ole Miss Across-Time (’91-92 to Present)

    Add Chris Warren at the PG slot. 
    Chris Warren, Ole Miss – G, 5-10, 168, Jr., Orlando, Fla.  ’09-10 All SEC Coach’s Second Team. '11 All SEC AP and Coaches First Team. Warren scored over 2000 points and is the third all-time scorer at time of post.  He is the SEC all-time leader single season and career in FT percentage.

    The Next Five are the Ole Miss choices on their All-Century Team

    Ansu Sesay, ’98 SEC POY, Consensus 2nd Team All-American, ’97 SEC 1st Team

    Keith Carter, Perryville SG was ’99 SEC 1st Team, ’98 2nd Team, Ole Miss’ all time 3 pt shooter and sixth leading scorer in school history

    Joe Harvell, ’92 Loaded SEC 1st Team, ’93 SEC 2nd Team, Gosnell F is 2nd leading scorer in Ole Miss history with over 2,000.

    Justin Reed ’04, SEC 1st Team, ’01 SEC Coach’s 3rd Team, ’02 SEC Coach’s 2nd Team, ’03 SEC AP 3rd Team. ’01 SEC Freshman of the Year. 5th leading all-time scorer

    Rahim Lockhart, ’01 Bball Times 3rd Team All-American, ’01 SEC Coach’s 1st Team, 23 double-doubles and fifth leading rebounder


    Honorary Seventh Man
    Jason Harrison PG Parkview Arts & Science Magnet was ’00 SEC AP 3rd Team, ’01 SEC 3rd Team, 5-5 guard hit biggest shot in Ole Miss history, propelling Rebels to their only Sweet 16 appearance to-date.

    Honorable Mention

    Dwayne Curtis ’08 SEC 2nd Team. Averaged 15 and 10 and 63% from the field. 800+ makes him Chairman of Ole Miss’ Board.

    Jason Flanigan Parkview Arts & Science Magnet, seventh all-time in assists, hit a FT to seal win over Notre Dame for Ole Miss’ only Sweet 16 appearance. Flanigan received a BA in Leisure Management.

    Terrico White, Ole Miss – G, 6-5, 211, Fr,. Memphis, Tenn.’08-09 SEC Second Team.  Is entertaining NBA draft options

    Clarence Sanders ’07 SEC 2nd Team, 16 ppg and 96 3 pointers in ’07.

    Todd Abernathy ’07 SEC Coach’s 2nd Team, 2.94 A/T ratio in ’07.



    Dishonorable Mention
    David Huertas, Ole Miss – G, 6-5, 200, Jr., Humacao, Puerto Rico ’09 Second Team SEC left Rebels for Puerto Rico Pro League

    Coach Kennedy whose wife sued the valet for loss of consortium.  Quietly dropped suit after valet’s attorney went on Cincinnati radio and promised The Kennedys would get the chance to provide full details on exactly what that meant.

  • #10 by jbcarol on 27 Apr 2010
  • Georgia Across-Time Starting Five (’91-92 to Present)

    Jarvis Hayes 2003 All-American, ’02,’03 SEC 1st Team
     
    Litterial Green ’91 SEC 1st Team, Loaded ’92 SEC 2nd Team

    Jumaine Jones ’99 SEC 1st Team, ’98 SEC 3rd Team

    DA Layne ’01 SEC 1st Team, ’00 SEC 2nd Team

    Trey Thompkins, Georgia – F, 6-10, 247, So., Lithonia, Ga. ’10 and '11 SEC 1st Team

    Honorable Mention
    Reggie Tinch ’92 SEC 3rd Team

    Charles Claxton ’93 SEC Coach’s 2nd Team

    Carlos Strong ’95 SEC 3rd Team

    Shandon Anderson ’95 & ‘96 SEC 3rd Team

    Katu Davis ’96 SEC 3rd Team

    Michael Chadwick ’97 SEC Coach’s 2nd Team

    GG Smith ’98 SEC Coach’s 3rd Team, Tubby’s oldest son who stayed

    “Tony” Evans ’00 SEC 2nd Team, ’01 SEC 3rd Team

    Ezra Williams ’02,’03 SEC 2nd Team

    Rashad Wright ’04 SEC 2nd Team

    Sundiata Gaines ’07, ‘08 SEC Coach’s 2nd Team

    Dishonorable Mention
    Harricks, Sr. and Jr.
  • #11 by jbcarol on 30 Apr 2010
  • Bama Across-Time Starting Five (’91-92 to Present)

    Erwin Dudley ’02 SEC POY, AP 3rd Team All-American, ’01 2nd Team, ’03 2nd Team

    James Robinson ’93 1st Team, ’92 3rd Team

    Ronald Steele ’06 1st Team, ’05 3rd Team

    JaMychal Green '11 AP and Coach's 1st Team

    Kennedy Winston ’04 Coach’s 1st Team, ’05 AP 1st Team


    Honorable Mention
    Robert Horry ’92 Coach’s, AP 2nd Team

    Latrell Sprewell ’92 Coach’s, AP 2nd Team

    Eric Washington ’97 Coach’s 1st Team, ’96 AP 2nd Team

    Richard Hendrix ’08 1st Team, ’07 2nd Team

    Jemareo Davidson ’06 Coach’s 1st Team, ’07 2nd Team, ’05 3rd Team

    Trevor Releford '12 Coach's 2nd Team

    Earnest Shelton ’05 Coach’s 1st Team

    Rod Grizzard ’01 1st Team, ’02 3rd Team

    Roy Rogers ’96 1st Team

    Antonio McDyess ’95 2nd Team, ’94 AP 3rd Team

    Jason Caffey, ’93 AP 3rd Team, ’94 Coach’s 3rd Team, ’95 Coach’s 2nd Team

    Maurice Williams ’02, ‘03 3rd Team

    Alonzo Gee ’09 2nd Team

    Chuck Davis ’05 Coach’s 2nd Team

    JaMychal Green '12 Coach's 2nd Team

    Schea Cotton ’00 AP 2nd Team

    Jeremy Hays ’99 AP 3rd Team

    Brian Williams ’97 Coach’s 3rd Team

    DeMetrius Alexander ’97 Coach’s 3rd Team
  • #12 by jbcarol on 07 May 2010
  • Florida Across-Time Starting Five (’91-92 to Present)

    Chandler Parsons, First Florida AP and Coach's POY.
    Udonis Haslem ’01,’02 1st Team, ’99,’00 Coach’s 3rd Team
    Stacey Poole, Sr., Crowded ’92 Coach’s 1st Team, ’93 1st Team
    Joakim Noah ’06 1st Team, ’07 Coach’s 1st Team
    Anthony Roberson, ’04, ‘05 1st Team

    Honorable Mention
    Dan Cross ’94, ‘95 1st Team
    Kenny Boynton '12 Coach's 1st Team, '11 2nd Team
    Al Horford ’07 1st Team, ’06 Coach’s 2nd Team
    Nick Calathes – G, 6-6, 194, So., Casselberry, Fla. ’09 1st Team, ’08 2nd Team
    Matt Bonner ’03 1st Team ’02 2nd Team
    Andrew DeClercq, ’95 Coach’s 1st Team, ’93 Coach’s 2nd Team, ’94 Coach’s 3rd Team
    Brett Nelson, ’01 1st Team, ’02 2nd Team
    David Lee ’05 Coach’s 1st Team, ’04 Coach’s 2nd Team
    Erving Walker – G, 5-10, 171, So., Brooklyn, N.Y. ’10 and '11 Second Team; '12 2nd Team (felt entitled to a snack in the park the first day post eligibility)
    Corey Brewer ’07 Coach’s 1st Team
    Mike Miller ’00 Coach’s 1st Team
    Bradley Beal '12 Coach's 1st Team
    Taureen Green ’06 2nd Team, ’07 Coach’s 2nd Team
    Craig Brown, ’94 2nd Team
    Dametri Hill ’96 2nd Team

    Dishonorable Mention
    Teddy Dupay
    Matt Walsh
    Jason Williams
    Christian Drejer
    The two subs who got arrested in St. A. to hear the team manager say in the squad car: "This ant Gainesville"
  • #13 by jbcarol on 20 May 2010
  • Florida Across-Time Starting Five (’91-92 to Present)

    Udonis Haslem ’01,’02 1st Team, ’99,’00 Coach’s 3rd Team
    Stacey Poole, Sr., Crowded ’92 Coach’s 1st Team, ’93 1st Team
    Dan Cross ’94, ‘95 1st Team
    Joakim Noah ’06 1st Team, ’07 Coach’s 1st Team
    Anthony Roberson, ’04, ‘05 1st Team

    Honorable Mention
    Al Horford ’07 1st Team, ’06 Coach’s 2nd Team
    Nick Calathes – G, 6-6, 194, So., Casselberry, Fla. ’09 1st Team, ’08 2nd Team
    Matt Bonner ’03 1st Team ’02 2nd Team
    Andrew DeClercq, ’95 Coach’s 1st Team, ’93 Coach’s 2nd Team, ’94 Coach’s 3rd Team
    Brett Nelson, ’01 1st Team, ’02 2nd Team
    David Lee ’05 Coach’s 1st Team, ’04 Coach’s 2nd Team
    Corey Brewer ’07 Coach’s 1st Team
    Mike Miller ’00 Coach’s 1st Team
    Taureen Green ’06 2nd Team, ’07 Coach’s 2nd Team
    Erving Walker – G, 5-10, 171, So., Brooklyn, N.Y. ’10 Second Team
    Craig Brown, ’94 2nd Team
    Dametri Hill ’96 2nd Team

    Dishonorable Mention
    Teddy Dupay
    Matt Walsh
    Jason Williams
    Christian Drejer


    Brett Nelson was named Honorable Mention on our All-Florida team of the past two decades.

    He was first team All-SEC in '01 along with Haslem, Grizzard, DA Layne, and Tayshaun Prince.
  • #14 by jbcarol on 26 May 2010
  • Bama Across-Time Starting Five (’91-92 to Present)

    Erwin Dudley ’02 SEC POY, AP 3rd Team All-American, ’01 2nd Team, ’03 2nd Team

    James Robinson ’93 1st Team, ’92 3rd Team

    Ronald Steele ’06 1st Team, ’05 3rd Team

    Robert Horry ’92 Coach’s, AP 2nd Team

    Kennedy Winston ’04 Coach’s 1st Team, ’05 AP 1st Team


    Honorable Mention
    Latrell Sprewell ’92 Coach’s, AP 2nd Team

    Eric Washington ’97 Coach’s 1st Team, ’96 AP 2nd Team

    Richard Hendrix ’08 1st Team, ’07 2nd Team

    Jemareo Davidson ’06 Coach’s 1st Team, ’07 2nd Team, ’05 3rd Team,

    Earnest Shelton ’05 Coach’s 1st Team

    Rod Grizzard ’01 1st Team, ’02 3rd Team

    Roy Rogers ’96 1st Team

    Antonio McDyess ’95 2nd Team, ’94 AP 3rd Team

    Jason Caffey, ’93 AP 3rd Team, ’94 Coach’s 3rd Team, ’95 Coach’s 2nd Team

    Maurice Williams ’02, ‘03 3rd Team

    Alonzo Gee ’09 2nd Team

    Chuck Davis ’05 Coach’s 2nd Team

    Schea Cotton ’00 AP 2nd Team

    Jeremy Hays ’99 AP 3rd Team

    Brian Williams ’97 Coach’s 3rd Team

    DeMetrius Alexander ’97 Coach’s 3rd Team


    Jason Caffey was arrested Tuesday afternoon on a third-degree domestic violence charge.  Caffey earned a pair of championship rings on the Bulls.
  • #15 by jbcarol on 03 Mar 2011
  • Besides Jones, is anyone playing this season among the best ever for their SEC school in the post-expansion era.

    I noted a few players in notes above who played this season.
  • #16 by jbcarol on 03 Mar 2011
  • BMarcello poses the question: Is D Bost the best State PG evah?

    D Bost was working out in Vegas on someone's dime and laughing it up on Draft declaration deadline day. Then he won on appeal and got a chance to play the SEC schedule this season.

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    [D Bost, a junior] has proven to be one of the best point guards in the Southeastern Conference in his short time back from suspension (14 games). He leads the league in assists in conference games (6 per game) and is just 86 short of breaking the career school record in that category set by Derrick Zimmerman (514).
     
    “He’s one of the best, for sure,” Stansbury said. “He’s a scoring point guard and it’s very obvious he can distribute, too, or he wouldn’t be having the stats he has. I think the great ability he has, too, is he’s a competitor; I think he’s gotten better and he’s matured as a basketball player. … These are all SEC stats. These are not watered-down stats against everybody else you’ve played in the non-conference (schedule). … For him to still be in position to break that assists record and do it in half a year less than anybody else, then it’s quite an accomplishment.”

     
  • #17 by jbcarol on 03 Mar 2011
  • It never dawned on me until I read this, but since Arkansas joined the SEC in the 1991-92 season, Vanderbilt has had four SEC Players of the Year and LSU has had five.

    Nine SEC POY awards with nary a National Championship and only one Final Four to show for it.

    Vandy may get their fifth this year.
  • #18 by jbcarol on 03 Mar 2011
  • Ole Miss Across-Time (’91-92 to Present)

    The Top Five are the Ole Miss choices on their All-Century Team

    Ansu Sesay, ’98 SEC POY, Consensus 2nd Team All-American, ’97 SEC 1st Team

    Keith Carter, Perryville SG was ’99 SEC 1st Team, ’98 2nd Team, Ole Miss’ all time 3 pt shooter and sixth leading scorer in school history

    Joe Harvell, ’92 Loaded SEC 1st Team, ’93 SEC 2nd Team, Gosnell F is 2nd leading scorer in Ole Miss history with over 2,000.

    Justin Reed ’04, SEC 1st Team, ’01 SEC Coach’s 3rd Team, ’02 SEC Coach’s 2nd Team, ’03 SEC AP 3rd Team. ’01 SEC Freshman of the Year. 5th leading all-time scorer

    Rahim Lockhart, ’01 Bball Times 3rd Team All-American, ’01 SEC Coach’s 1st Team, 23 double-doubles and fifth leading rebounder


    Honorary Sixth Man
    Jason Harrison PG Parkview Arts & Science Magnet was ’00 SEC AP 3rd Team, ’01 SEC 3rd Team, 5-5 guard hit biggest shot in Ole Miss history, propelling Rebels to their only Sweet 16 appearance to-date.


    Justin Reed was arrested for possession of marijuana during a traffic stop in Jackson earlier this week.
  • #19 by jbcarol on 03 Mar 2011
  • Chris Warren is making a good case for himself with his late run this season (last nite against Auburn excepted).
  • #20 by jbcarol on 06 Mar 2011
  • Noted last night that Billy Donovan has never been named SEC Coach of the Year and has never had a player named SEC Player of the Year at Florida.
  • #21 by jbcarol on 17 Mar 2011
  • Donovan of course was named the SEC Coaches and AP Coach of the Year.

    Updated to add this year's players to the all-time teams.
  • #22 by Hogwop on 20 Mar 2011
  • where's the arkansas team?
  • #23 by 31to6 on 20 Mar 2011
  • where's the arkansas team?
    Arkansas disbanded the basketball program after the 1998-1999 season.
  • #24 by Hogwop on 20 Mar 2011
  • Arkansas disbanded the basketball program after the 1998-1999 season.

    unfortunately, i lold
  • #25 by jbcarol on 10 Jun 2011
  • He played before the SEC expansion.

    Mike Mitchell one of Auburn's all-time best lost the battle with cancer this week at 55.
  • #26 by Pig in the Pokey on 10 Jun 2011
  • thanks for this, jb. It's a blast to the past.
  • #27 by jbcarol on 18 Apr 2012
  • Sidney will not be added to the Mississippi State all-time team.
  • #28 by jbcarol on 07 Jul 2012
  • For Mississippi State:

    He played one season but you have to look at Moultrie finding a spot on State's all-time team.  The weight you put on one season makes the all-time team discussions interesting, especially for Kentucky lately.

    Sidney would make Dishonorable Mention.

    D Bost moves into the discussion as all-time PG but I am not certain he would pass Zimmerman.
  • #29 by GatorsGators on 07 Jul 2012
  • Florida's All-Time Starting Five:

    PG: Taurean Green
    SG: Lee Humphrey
    SF: Corey Brewer
    PF: Al Horford
     C: Joakim Noah

    Yep.
  • #30 by jbcarol on 07 Jul 2012
  • There's nothing like back-to-back, what would Big Brad have had to have done to crack that Five?

    Only three players on that team were sons of pro athletes. They must have had some fun times in their house.
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  • #36 by jbcarol on 23 Jan 2013
  • ESPN's 50 in 50 starting five (1962-present):
    G – Lee Mayberry (1988-92)
    G – Sidney Moncrief (1975-79)
    G/F – Joe Johnson (1999-2001)
    F – Todd Day (1988-92)
    F – Corliss Williamson (1992-95)

    Top options off the bench
    Joe Kleine (1982-85)
    Scotty Thurman (1992-95)
    Oliver Miller (1988-92)

    http://espn.go.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/tag/_/name/50-in-50-series/count/16
  • #37 by Jackrabbit Hog on 23 Jan 2013
  • ESPN's 50 in 50 starting five (1962-present):
    G – Lee Mayberry (1988-92)
    G – Sidney Moncrief (1975-79)
    G/F – Joe Johnson (1999-2001)
    F – Todd Day (1988-92)
    F – Corliss Williamson (1992-95)

    Top options off the bench
    Joe Kleine (1982-85)
    Scotty Thurman (1992-95)
    Oliver Miller (1988-92)

    http://espn.go.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/tag/_/name/50-in-50-series/count/16

    Wow, this just shows the greatness we've had over the years, although 90% of it was between 1977 and 1995.  No Darrell Walker.  No Alvin Robertson.  No Marvin Delph. No Ron Brewer.  No Scott Hastings.  No Corey Beck.

    And no Eric Poerschke!
  • #38 by jbcarol on 04 Jun 2013
  • In the weeks leading up to the June 27 NBA draft, ESPN is taking a look at the 20 schools that have produced the best pros in the modern draft era (since 1989, when the draft went from seven to two rounds).

    No. 18 LSU

    Top five NBA draftees since 1989

    1.Shaquille O'Neal (1992)
    2.Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf/Chris Jackson (1990)
    3.Glen Davis (2007)
    4.Marcus Thornton (2009)
    5.Brandon Bass (2005)
    Sixth man: Tyrus Thomas (2006)

    The rest: Stromile Swift, Stanley Roberts, Justin Hamilton, Anthony Randolph, Jabari Smith, Randy Livingston, Ronnie Henderson, Ricky Blanton, Geert Hammink

    http://espn.go.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/post/_/id/85102/path-to-the-draft-no-18-lsu

  • #39 by jbcarol on 04 Jun 2013
  • No. 17 Bama

    Top Five NBA Draftees Since 1989

    1.Latrell Sprewell (1992)
    2.Antonio McDyess (1995)
    3.Gerald Wallace (2001)
    4.Robert Horry (1992)
    5.Mo Williams (2003)
    Sixth man: Jason Caffey (1995)

    The rest: Richard Hendrix, Jermareo Davidson, Alonzo Gee, Rod Grizzard, Eric Washington, Roy Rogers, James Robinson, Michael Ansley.

    http://espn.go.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/post/_/id/85125/path-to-the-draft-no-17-alabama
  • #40 by JackJohnson on 04 Jun 2013
  • Wow, this just shows the greatness we've had over the years, although 90% of it was between 1977 and 1995.  No Darrell Walker.  No Alvin Robertson.  No Marvin Delph. No Ron Brewer.  No Scott Hastings.  No Corey Beck.

    And no Eric Poerschke!

    That's the first thought I had as well.  Looking at UF- it is all Donovan era but one meaning they have a weak history but finally have a great coach

    LSU is exact opposite- they have always had great talent/players, but never a great coach which is why their BB tradition is next to nothing
  • #41 by jbcarol on 07 Jun 2013
  • Also a reminder of the long NBA careers launched out of the SEC in the early to mid 90s and the prosperity created.  At least one, Antoine Walker, lost it all.
  • #42 by jbcarol on 16 Jun 2013
  • #43 by jbcarol on 16 Jun 2013
  • In the weeks leading up to the June 27 NBA draft, ESPN is taking a look at the 20 schools that have produced the best pros in the modern draft era (since 1989, when the draft went from seven to two rounds).

    No. 11 Florida


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    Top Five NBA Draftees Since 1989
    Joakim Noah (2007)
    David Lee (2005)
    Mike Miller (2000)
    Al Horford (2007)
    Jason Williams (1998)
    Sixth man: Udonis Haslem

    The rest: Chandler Parsons, Matt Bonner, Corey Brewer, Bradley Beal, Marreese Speights, Dwayne Schintzius, Andrew DeClercq, Donnell Harvey, Orien Greene, Anthony Roberson, Matt Walsh, James White, Chris Richard, Taurean Green, Vernon Macklin

    Why they're ranked where they are: Seventeen years ago, the University of Florida took a chance.

    It was time. Florida basketball -- a program that from 1933 to 1980 finished higher than fourth in the SEC exactly twice -- had finally experienced some success under Lon Kruger, who in 1994 led the Gators to their first-ever Final Four. In 1996, Kruger left Gainesville to take over at Illinois and Florida was left at a crossroads. It could slowly tilt toward respectability with a proven coaching entity, or it could seize the opportunity to do something bold. The Gators walked through door No. 2, hiring a 31-year-old former Providence star and Rick Pitino protégé with five years as an assistant and two as a head coach on his résumé. The rest, as they say, is history.

    Before Billy Donovan arrived at Florida in 1996, the Gators had just four NCAA tournament appearances in school history. The first came in 1987, when Vernon Maxwell (who left Florida as the second-leading scorer in SEC history behind only Pete Maravich) pushed through to the Sweet 16. Since Donovan's arrival at Florida, the Gators have gone to the tournament 13 times, advanced to the Elite Eight in six seasons (including each of the last three) and won two national titles, in 2006 and 2007. Seventeen years after the Gators took a chance on the hotshot 31-year-old with the Pitino pedigree, Florida is now something close to a basketball power.

    Christian Dreijer, seen as a can't miss, did not make the cut and neither did the Greek lead guard who left after this freshmen year and after not being drafted found austerity playing pro ball in Greece.
  • #44 by jbcarol on 21 Jun 2013
  • In the weeks leading up to the June 27 NBA draft, we’ll be taking a look at the 20 schools that have produced the best pros in the modern draft era (since 1989, when the draft went from seven to two rounds).

    No. 4 Kentucky


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    Top Five NBA Draftees Since 1989:
    Rajon Rondo (2006)
    Antoine Walker (1996)
    Jamal Mashburn (1993)
    DeMarcus Cousins (2010)
    John Wall (2010)
    Sixth man: Tayshaun Prince (2002)

    The rest: Anthony Davis, Terrence Jones, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Doron Lamb, Darius Miller, Marquis Teague, Josh Harrellson, Enes Kanter, Brandon Knight, DeAndre Liggins, Eric Bledsoe, Daniel Orton, Patrick Patterson, Jodie Meeks, Joe Crawford, Kelenna Azubuike, Chuck Hayes, Randolph Morris, Erik Daniels, Gerald Fitch, Keith Bogans, Michael Bradley, Jamaal Magloire, Scott Padgett, Wayne Turner, Nazr Mohammed, Jeff Sheppard, Derek Anderson, Ron Mercer, Rodrick Rhodes, Tony Delk, Walter McCarty, Mark Pope, LeRon Ellis and Reggie Hanson.
  • #45 by jbcarol on 22 Jun 2013
  • LSU Question of the Day: How do Shaq and LSU's legends compare to other schools?

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    LSU's bragging rights to perhaps the best top-five players of any school in the country.

    There are other contenders, of course, namely UCLA, Kansas, North Carolina, Duke, and Indiana.

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    LSU
    Pete Maravich (1967-70)
    Shaquille O'Neal (1989-92)
    Bob Pettit (1951-54)
    Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf (Chris Jackson) (1988-90)
    Rudy Macklin (1976-78, '79-81)

    LSU players have several SEC players of the year awards as well so they have been well represented in individual awards.
  • #46 by jbcarol on 28 Jun 2013
  • NBA draft picks from SEC teams '92 to present:

    1992 (Eight)
    Shaquille O’Neal, LS 1 [1] Orl
    Todd Day, AR 1 [8] Mil
    Robert Horry, UA 1 [11] Hou
    Oliver Miller, AR 1 [22] Phx
    Lee Mayberry, AR 1 [23] Mil
    Latrell Sprewell, UA 1 [24] GS
    Isaiah Morris, AR 2 Mia
    Litterial Green, UG 2 Chi

    1993 (4)
    Jamal Mashburn, UK 1 [4] Dal
    Allan Houston, UT 1 [11] Det
    James Robinson, UA 1 [21] Port
    Geert Hammink, LS 1 [26] Orl

    1994 (4)
    Wesley Person, AU 1 [23] Phx
    Rodney Dent, UK 2 Mil
    Jamie Watson, SC 2 Utah
    Charles Claxton, UG 2 Phx

    1995 (4)
    Antonio McDyess, UA 1 [2] LAC
    Corliss Williamson, AR 1 [13] Sac
    Jason Caffey, UA 1 [20] Chi
    Andrew DeClercq, UF 2 GS

    1996 (13)
    Antoine Walker, UK 1 [6] Bos
    Erick Dampier, MS 1 [10] Ind
    Tony Delk, UK 1 [16] Char
    Walter McCarty, UK 1 [19] NYK
    Dontae’ Jones, MS 1 [21] NYK
    Roy Rogers, UA 1 [22] Van
    Steve Hamer, UT 2 Bos
    Randy Livingston, LS 2 Hou
    Terrell Bell, UG 2 Hou
    Mark Pope, UK 2 Ind
    Shandon Anderson, UG 2 Utah
    Ronnie Henderson, LS 2 Wash
    Darnell Robinson, AR 2 Dal

    1997 (3)
    Ron Mercer, UK 1 [6] Bos
    Derek Anderson, UK 1 [13] Cle
    Eric Washington, UA 2 Orl

    1998 (3)
    Jason Williams, UF 1 [7] Sac
    Nazr Mohammed, UK 1 [29] Utah
    Ansu Sesay, UM 2 Dal

    1999 (3)
    Jumaine Jones, UG 1 [27] Atl
    Scott Padgett, UK 1 [28] Utah
    Tyrone Washington, MS 2 Hou

    2000 (Eight)
    Stromile Swift, LS 1 [2] Van
    Mike Miller, UF 1 [5] Orl
    Jamaal Magloire, UK 1 [19] Char
    Donnell Harvey, UF 1 [22] NYK
    Mamadou N’Diaye, AU 1 [26] Den
    Dan Langhi, VU 2 Dal
    Jabari Smith, LS 2 Sac
    Chris Porter, AU 2 GS
     
    2001 (3)
    Joe Johnson, AR 1 [10] Bos
    Gerald Wallace, UA 1 [25] Sac
    Jamison Brewer, AU 2 Ind

    2002 (4)
    Marcus Haislip, UT 1 [13] Mil
    Tayshaun Prince, UK 1 [23] Det
    Vincent Yarbrough, UT 2 Den
    Rod Grizzard, UA 2 Wash

    2003 (6)
    Jarvis Hayes, UG 1 [10] Wash
    Mario Austin, MS 2 Chi
    Derrick Zimmerman, MS 2 GS
    Keith Bogans, UK 2 Mil
    Matt Bonner, UF 2 Chi
    Maurice Williams, UA 2 Utah
     
    2004 (3)
    Justin Reed, UM 2 Bos
    Matt Freije, VU 2 Mia
    Rashad Wright, UG 2 Ind
     
    2005 (3)
    David Lee, UF 1 [30] NYK
    Brandon Bass, LS 2 NO
    Lawrence Roberts, MS 2 Sea

    2006 (4)
    Tyrus Thomas, LS 1 [3] Port
    Ronnie Brewer, AR 1 [14] Utah
    Renaldo Balkman, SC 1 [20] NYK
    Rajon Rondo, UK 1 [21] Phx

    2007 (Eight)
    Al Horford, UF 1 [3] Atl
    Corey Brewer, UF 1 [7] Minn
    Joakim Noah, UF 1 [9] NY
    Glen Davis, LS 2 Sea
    Jermareo Davidson, UA 2 GS
    Chris Richard, UF 2 Minn
    Derrick Byars, VU 2 Port
    Taurean Green, UF 2 Port

    2008 (6)
    Anthony Randolph, LS 1 [14] GS
    Marreese Speights, UF 1 [16] Phila
    Sonny Weems, AR 2 Chi
    Richard Hendrix, UA 2 GS
    Shan Foster, VU 2 Dal
    Joe Crawford, UK 2 LAL

    2009 (4)
    Jodie Meeks, UK 2 Mil
    Patrick Beverley, AR 2 LAL
    Marcus Thornton, LS 2 Mia
    Nick Calathes, UF 2 Minn

    2010 (7)
    John Wall, UK 1 [1] Wash
    DeMarcus Cousins, UK 1 [5] Sac
    Patrick Patterson, UK 1 [14] Hou
    Eric Bledsoe, UK 1 [18] OKC
    Daniel Orton, UK 1 [29] Orl
    Terrico White, UM 2 Det
    Jarvis Varnado, MS 2 Mia

    2011 (7)
    Brandon Knight, UK 1 [8] Det
    Tobias Harris, UT 1 [19] Char
    Trey Thompkins, UG 2 LAC
    Chandler Parsons, UF 2 Hou
    Josh Harrellson, UK 2 NO
    Travis Leslie, UG 2 LAC
    Vernon Macklin, UF 2 Det
    DeAndre Liggins, UK 2 Orl
    2012 (12)
    Anthony Davis, UK 1 [1] NO
    Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, UK 1 [2] Char
    Bradley Beal, UF 1 [3] Wash
    Terrence Jones, UK 1 [18] Hou
    John Jenkins, VU 1 [23] Atl
    Arnett Moultrie, MS 1 [27] Mia
    Marquis Teague, UK 1 [29] Chi
    Festus Ezeli, VU 1 [30] GS
    Jeffery Taylor, VU 2 Char
    Doron Lamb, UK 2 Mil
    Justin Hamilton, LS 2 Phila
    Darius Miller, UK 2 NO

    2013 (5)
    Nerlens Noel, UK 1 [6]
    Caldwell-Pope, UGa 1 [8]
    Archie Goodwin, UK 1 [29]
    Erik Murphy, UF 2
    Alex Oriakhi, MU by way of UConn, 2

    Courtesy SEC Digital Network
  • #47 by jbcarol on 28 Jun 2013
  • Top Five NBA Draft picks for Arkansas during Expansion Era

    Todd Day, 1 [8] Mil, 1992
    Joe Johnson, 1 [10] Bos 2001
    Corliss Williamson, 1 [13] Sac 1995
    Ronnie Brewer, 1 [14] Utah 2006
    Oliver Miller, 1 [22] Phx 1992

    Honorary Sixth
    Lee Mayberry, 1 [23] Mil 1992
  • #48 by jbcarol on 29 Jun 2013
  • NBA Draft picks for Ole Miss during Expansion Era

    Ansu Sesay, 2 Dal, 1998
    Justin Reed, UM 2 Bos 2004
    Terrico White, UM 2 Det 2010
  • #49 by jbcarol on 30 Jun 2013
  • NBA Draft picks for UGa during Expansion Era

    Caldwell-Pope, UGa 1 [8], 2013
    Jarvis Hayes, UG 1 [10] Wash, 2003
    Jumaine Jones, UG 1 [27] Atl, 1999


    Litterial Green, UG 2 Chi, 1992
    Charles Claxton, UG 2 Phx, 1994
    Shandon Anderson, UG 2 Utah, 1996
    Rashad Wright, UG 2 Ind, 2004
    Trey Thompkins, UG 2 LAC, 2011
    Travis Leslie, UG 2 LAC, 2011
  • #50 by jbcarol on 02 Jul 2013
  • NBA Draft picks for Auburn during Expansion Era

    Wesley Person, 1 [23] Phx, 1994
    Mamadou N’Diaye, 1 [26] Den, 2000
    Chris Porter, 2 GS, 2000
    Jamison Brewer, 2 Ind, 2001
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