Affiliates: New Jersey Nets, New York Knicks, Philadelphia 76ers
Scottie Reynolds is coming off of an ankle injury so you might ask why I am putting him on this list. Well, Reynolds was an All-American at Villanova just a year ago and has the talent to play in the NBA.
Let’s not forget he has played all the top rookies and even some of the top sophomores in the NBA. Scottie averaged 18.2 points, 3.3 assists, 2.7 rebounds, and 1.5 steals in his senior season at Villanova, and was recognized as one of the best college basketball players that season.
Then when the draft came around, Scottie went undrafted and eventually signed with the Italian team Prima Veroli. Though Reynolds got a chance with the Phoenix Suns' Summer League team, he was not offered a contract by the Suns.
So Reynolds packed up for Italy and to make a long story short, Reynolds decided to come home to the US and pursue the NBA by signing with the Springfield Armor.