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They're not yet pros.  For some this is the most famous they will ever be.  You have more money then them. Yes, they have scholarships, but you probably have rich parents.  Anyway, if your going to root for an athlete, take a look at some of these guys.

Marcus Hatten, 
St. John's, Sr., SG

Everything on this web site goes thru Marcus (Kinda like the Johnnies offense).  You might think he has busted tats, frizzy dreads, and a shooting percentage from down town that’s lower then Rob Deer’s batting average.  But, Marcus does stuff on the court that is ridiculous, as in ridiculously effective.  Bank shots from 30 feet.  Turn around jumpers from the top of the key.  25 foul shots in a game.  Picks off passes like an apple picker at an orchard.  And he smiles while doing it all.  He took a bunch of guys from the ghetto boroughs of NYC who couldn’t dribble, shoot, or pass and led them to a 20-win season and an NCAA berth.  With freshman phenom Elijah Ingram taking over the point, look for Hatten to actually take (and therefore make) normal shots this year.

Stats: 20.1 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 4.5 apg, 3.3 steals/game

Luke Walton
Arizona, Sr., PF

IMAGINE: your stoner of a dad has been to over 100 Greatful Dead concerts.  Your stud of a dad was the greatest college basketball player ever. You get a tattoo on your shoulder incorporating both. You go to the biggest party school in America.  All 3 of your brothers play college basketball, but can’t hang with you in the backyard.  Your best friend is breaking out in the NBA, and you’ve doing the same in the college ranks.  You can knock down the long ball, play inside, and pass like you’re driving a BMW on the autobahn. Welcome to the world of Luke Walton.

Stats: 15.7 ppg, 7.3 rpg, 6.3 apg


AJ Moye
Indiana, Jr., SF

Some guys look like ballers, not AJ Moye.  His chubby face and long sleeve shirt look like his mom dressed him up to go play in the snow.  Yet, somehow he plays Division 1 basketball, and furthermore led his team to a shocking upset over the Superpower Duke Blue Devils in the Sweet 16.  Maybe you can get more girls than him, and maybe you look better in candy stripe pants, and maybe you don’t have an emotional outburst every time you drain a shot, but where were you during the Final Four?

Stats: 5.9 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 40% 3’s

Tom Coverdale
Indiana, Sr., PG

Another Hoosier you just got to love.  In the Jimmy Chitwood mold, Coverdale has a jumper that’s deadly from anywhere on the court.  Coverdale was once the subject of ridicule for his penchant for intoxication.  These days Coach Davis is counting on him to lead the Hoosiers back to the big dance.  Coverdale’s remarkable courage was exhibited in the Final Four where he played through severe pain after suffering two ankle injuries.

Stats: 11.9 ppg, 3.2 rpg, 4.8 apg, 37% 3’s


Jermain Dearman/Luke Whitehead
So. Ill/Louisville PF's, Seniors

Dearman and Whitehead are equivalent to Ludicrious drinking 10 red bulls and playing basketball?.  Both are immense catalyst’s for their team and bring tremendous energy to the court.  Whitehead almost destroyed himself last year on a ridiculous follow up slam in which he landed flat on his back.  Dearman broke out in the Big Dance to lead the Cinderalla Salukis to the sweet 16.

Dearman: 12.3 ppg, 7.8 rpg
Whitehead: 10.6 ppg, 6.4 rpg

Luke Ridnour
Oregon, Jr., PG

One half of the Luke & Luke squad for the Ducks.  Ridnour tirelessly pushes the ball up the court every chance he gets.  His frantic pace led the Ducks to scoring almost 86 point a game.  He makes the game fun to play, and for you the fan, fun to watch (especially if your betting the over.)

Stats: 15.5 ppg, 5 apg, 2.9 rpg



David “Buddy” Lee
Florida, Soph., PF

The inspiration for the Levi jeans commercial main character, look for Lee to have a break out year.  He explodes to the basket, and has tremendous talent above the rim. Two years ago, Lee won the slam dunk contest at the McDonald’s All American game.  Lee can also knock down the open shot…assuming somebody on his team would ever pass him the damn ball.

Stats: 7ppg, 4.7 rpg, 1 apg

Ryan Sidney
Boston College, Jr., G/F

Sidney is a punk, but he's as tough as they come in college ball.  Last year he went through a broken jaw, a controversy with an official, and a whole lot of trash talking.  This year has yet to begin, and Sidney is suspended from practice for two weeks.  Still, he should be ready to play the season opener, and at only 6’2” he managed to lead the Eagles with 7.8 rebounds per game.

Stats: 13.7 ppg, 7.8 rpg, 4.3 apg, 36.3 3%

Ugonna Onyekweye
Penn, Sr., PF

"U" is perhaps the most talented player in the IVY League in the last decade.  He has explosive quickness inside and can also step outside to hit the trey. Onyekweye is originally from Nigeria name means "father's pride" in Edo, and his jersey number is #1 because his initials spell UNO.

Stats: 17.5 ppg, 6 rpg, 55.1 % FG



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