Friday, March 13, 2009

2009 Mock draft: sixth round

Sixth round

Justin Young, National Hoops Report

31. Royce White, SF, Hopkins (Minn.)

“I wanted to balance out my team with an athletic and aggressive wing to interchange with Solomon Hill. White is a perfect fit. He can rebound inside but also be a threat on the wing.”

Rob Harrington, Prep Stars

32. Jamil Wilson, SF, Racine (Wisc.) Horlick

“Wilson has been up and down on the travel circuit, but as a talent he could become an impact player on both ends. I like that he has the quickness for the wing and the size to perhaps contribute at the four in an emergency.”

Jerry Meyer,

33. Reginald Buckner, SF/PF, Memphis (Tenn.) Manassas

“I need a small forward with versatility and athleticism with this pick and Reginald Buckner is the man for that role. He is a legitimate interior defender who also has the quickness to defend on the perimeter. Offensively, although not a deep shooter, Buckner is quite skilled with the ball.”

Brian Snow,

34. Dexter Strickland, PG/SG, Elizabeth (N.J.) St. Patrick

“Strickland is a very athletic combo guard who can really score and knows how to get to the rim with the best of them.”

Patrick Stanwood, HoopScoop

35. Noel Johnson, SF, Fayetteville (Ga.) Fayette County

“Noel Johnson is a long and skilled shooter with nice size for his position.”

Eric Bossi, EBoss Hoops

36. Elijah Johnson, PG, Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne

“While he has a tendency to turn it on and off, it's hard to pass up Johnson here. Wildly athletic and quick, he's also dangerous as a shooter and can easily play the one or the two.”

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