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Ben Hansbrough, Notre Dame
Most people who follow college basketball know Hansbrough. Ben is the younger brother of former UNC star Tyler, who now plays in Indiana for Larry Bird and the Pacers. Ben is a great shooter, and I’m surprised a team didn’t pick him up just for his shooting ability alone.
Diante Garrett, Iowa State
Garrett, who attended Iowa State University, was thought of as one of the best passers
in the draft. Garrett averaged over six assists per game as well as 17.3 points per game. After a stellar season at Iowa State, it’s a shame to see him go undrafted.
Brad Wannamaker, Pitt
Wannamaker is just solid overall. Seems like a few teams could have brought him in and
gave him a chance. He has great feel for the game and really knows how to run a productive offense. His three point shooting could use some work, but with a good midrange game, Wannamaker is solid, like I said above.
Malcom Thomas, San Diego State
SDSU’s great season wasn’t all because of Kawhi Leonard. Thomas also was a key contributor in San Diego State’s success last season. He put up 11 points per game along with eight rebounds as well. He’s a great athlete, an excellent defender and can block shots too.