Archive for the ‘NBA Draft’ Category

If you’ve read all of my RaptorBlog Draft Profiles so far, you know this script by now. Highly regarded potential 2011 Draft pick fails to live up to the hype, stays in school, fails to impress again in 2011-2012 season and has now seen his stock drop substantially.

This time, I’m talking about Perry Jones III.

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I started the week with a look at an enigma in the 2012 Draft class, Terrence Jones, and we continue today with another questionable prospect, Jeremy Lamb.

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In our first few RaptorBlog Draft Profiles, I mentioned a couple of guys (Moe Harkless and Terrence Ross) who kind of flew under the radar but could be mid-to-late first round steals. In our next profile, we get to a guy who is just about the opposite, a prospect who was considered among the top draft eligible players over a year ago, played for a major program and slowly saw his stock plummet.

I’m talking, of course, about Terrence Jones.

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After profiles of Moe Harkless, Kendall Marshall and Austin Rivers earlier in the week, we continue our look at potential Raptors draft targets with Washington swingman Terrence Ross.

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We’re going to be briefly profiling 10 potential draft targets for the Raptors (yes, this Draft is that unpredictable after No. 1) with the No. 8 pick over the next couple of weeks.

I’ve already looked at Moe Harkless and Kendall Marshall. Next up is Duke guard Austin Rivers, otherwise known as Doc’s son.

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