Wednesday, March 11, 2009

2009 Mock draft: fifth round

Fifth round

Eric Bossi, EBoss Hoops
25. Lorenzo Brown, PG/SG, Roswell (Ga.) Centennial

"He's not really a point guard, but he can play it in a pinch. Pairing him with Snaer gives a pair of versatile, athletic, ball handling wings."

Patrick Stanwood, HoopScoop

26. Wally Judge, PF, Jacksonville (Fla.) Arlington Country Day

“An above average athlete who can guard a variety of positions on the defensive end of the court. A solid scorer and rebounder who can contest shots and take bigger defenders off the dribble. Major upside because of his length and willingness to play with intensity.”

Brian Snow,

27. Mason Plumlee, Arden (N.C.) Christ School

“Plumlee is a skilled power forward who can easily play next to Favors on the frontline. With his high skill level it will open things up down low, and also allow Stephenson and Hamilton open shots and driving lanes.”

Jerry Meyer,

28. Eric Bledsoe, PG, Birmingham (Ala.) Parker

As with Jenkins and the shooting guards, Bledsoe is just outside the range of elite point. Physical, competitive and underrated, Bledsoe is an unbelievable value pick at this point.

Rob Harrington, Prep Stars

29. Tommy Mason-Griffin, PG, Houston (Texas) Madison

“He's a strong, durable lead guard who showed tremendous improvement from his junior to his senior year, and he also has proved to be a gamer.”

Justin Young, National Hoops Report

30. Solomon Hill, SF, Los Angeles (Calif.) Fairfax

“I really needed to get a wing that could do everything but also be content with not having to score 20 a game. Hill is that guy. He’s a perfect high-level glue guy that can handle, pass, defend and rebound. He’s the perfect compliment to the other guys on my team.”

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