Players in
the NBA Draft

2019 NBA Draft

  • 17 – Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Brooklyn Nets, Virginia Tech, 2017
  • 20 – Matisse Thybulle, Boston Celtics, Washington, 2017
  • 26 – Dylan Windler, Cleveland Cavaliers, Belmont, 2017
  • 43 – Jaylen Nowell, Minnesota Timberwolves, Washington, 2017
  • 44 – Bol Bol, Miami Heat, Oregon, 2018

2018 NBA Draft

  • 21 – Grayson Allen, Utah Jazz, Duke, 2016
  • 25 – Moe Wagner, Los Angeles Lakers, Michigan, 2016
  • 54 – Shake Milton, Dallas Mavericks, SMU, 2016

2017 NBA Draft

  • 12 – Luke Kennard, Detroit Pistons, Duke, 2015
  • 17 – D.J. Wilson, Milwaukee Bucks, Michigan, 2016
  • 37 – Semi Ojeleye, Boston Celtics, SMU, 2016
  • 46 – Sterling Brown, Houston Rockets, SMU, 2016
  • 56 – Jabari Bird Boston Celtics, California, 2014

2016 NBA Draft

  • 2 – Brandon Ingram, Los Angeles Lakers, Duke, 2015
  • 49 – Michael Gbinije, Detroit Pistons, Syracuse, 2014
  • 60 – Tyrone Wallace, Utah Jazz, California, 2014

2015 NBA Draft

  • 15 – Myles Turner , Indiana Pacers, Texas, 2014
  • 29 – Chris McCullough , Brooklyn Nets , Syracuse, 2014
  • 36 – Rakeem Christmas, Cleveland Cavaliers , Syracuse, 2014

2014 NBA Draft

  • 9 – Noah Vonleh, Charlotte Hornets, Indiana, 2013
  • 24 – Shabazz Napier, Charlotte Hornets, Connecticut, 2013
  • 28 – C.J. Wilcox, Los Angeles Clippers, Washington, 2013
  • 37 – DeAndre Daniels, Toronto Raptors, Connecticut, 2013
  • 42 – Nick Johnson, Houston Rockets, Arizona, 2011

2013 NBA Draft

  • 10 – C.J. McCallum, Portland Trail Blazers, Lehigh, 2011
  • 23 – Solomon Hill, Indiana Pacers, Arizona, 2011
  • 38 – Nate Wolters, Washington Wizards, South Dakota State, 2012
  • 44 – Mike Muscala, Dallas Mavericks, Bucknell, 2012

2012 NBA Draft

  • 11 – Meyers Leonard, Portland Trail Blazers, Illinois, 2010
  • 14 – John Henson, Milwaukee Bucks, North Carolina, 2009
  • 15 – Moe Harkless, Philadelphia 76ers, St. John’s, 2011
  • 17 – Tyler Zeller, Dallas Mavericks, North Carolina, 2009
  • 26 – Myles Plumlee, Indiana Pacers, Duke, 2008
  • 27 – Arnett Moultrie, Miami Heat, Mississippi State, 2011
  • 39 – Khris Middleton, Detroit Pistons, Texas A&M, 2011
  • 51 – Kris Joseph, Boston Celtics, Syracuse, 2009

2011 NBA Draft

  • 4 – Tristan Thompson, Cleveland Cavaliers, Texas, 2010
  • 21 – Nolan Smith, Portland Trail Blazers, Duke, 2008
  • 26 – Jordan Hamilton, Dallas Mavericks, Texas, 2010
  • 29 – Cory Joseph, San Antonio Spurs, Texas, 2010
  • 33 – Kyle Singler, Detroit Pistons, Duke, 2008
  • 36 – Jordan Williams, New Jersey Nets, Maryland, 2010
  • 46 – Andrew Goudelock, Los Angeles Lakers, Charleston, 2010
  • 51 – Jon Diebler, Portland Trail Blazers, Ohio State, 2009

2010 NBA Draft

  • 2 – Evan Turner, Philadelphia 76ers, Ohio State, 2009
  • 4 – Wes Johnson, Minnesota Timberwolves, Syracuse, 2009
  • 13 – Ed Davis, Toronto Raptors, North Carolina, 2009
  • 14 – Patrick Patterson, Houston Rockets, Kentucky, 2007
  • 28 – Greivis Vasquez, Memphis Grizzlies, Maryland, 2006
  • 38 – Andy Rautins, New York Knicks, Syracuse, 2009
  • 59 – Stanley Robinson, Orlando Magic, Connecticut, 2007

2009 NBA Draft

  • 1 – Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers, Oklahoma, 2007
  • 2 – Hasheem Thabeet, Memphis Grizzlies, Connecticut, 2007
  • 12 – Gerald Henderson, Charlotte Bobcats, Duke, 2008
  • 17 – Jrue Holiday, Philadelphia 76ers, UCLA, 2008
  • 21 – Darren Collison, New Orleans Hornets, UCLA, 2008
  • 41 – Jodi Meeks, Milwaukee Bucks, Kentucky, 2007
  • 48 – Taylor Griffin, Phoenix Suns, Oklahoma, 2007
  • 52 – A.J. Price, Indiana Pacers (from Dallas), Connecticut, 2007
  • 58 – Lester Hudson, Boston Celtics, Tennessee-Martin, 2007
  • 60 – Robert Dozier, Miami Heat (from Cleveland), Memphis, 2007

2008 NBA Draft

  • 1 – Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls, Memphis, 2007
  • 9 – D.J. Augustin, Charlotte Bobcats, Texas, 2006
  • 33 – Joey Dorsey, Portland Trailblazers, Memphis, 2007
  • 40 – Chris Douglas-Roberts, New Jersey Nets, Memphis, 2007
  • 50 – Devon Hardin, Oklahoma Thunder, California, 2004
  • 58 – Joe Crawford, Los Angeles Lakers, Kentucky, 2007

2007 NBA Draft

  • 2 – Kevin Durant, Seattle SuperSonics, Texas, 2006
  • 3 – Al Horford, Atlanta Hawks, Florida, 2005
  • 7 – Corey Brewer, Minnesota Timberwolves, Florida, 2005
  • 9 – Joakim Noah, Chicago Bulls (from New York), Florida, 2005
  • 36 – Jermareo Davidson, Golden State Warriors (from Minnesota to Charlotte), Alabama, 2003
  • 41 – Chris Richard, Minnesota Timberwolves (from Philadelphia), Florida, 2005
  • 52 – Taurean Green, Portland Trail Blazers (from Toronto), Florida, 2005
  • 53 – Demetris Nichols, Portland Trail Blazers (from Chicago to New York), Syracuse, 2004 & 2005
  • 59 – D.J. Strawberry, Phoenix Suns, Maryland, 2006

2006 NBA Draft

  • 3 – Adam Morrison, Charlotte Bobcats, Gonzaga, 2003
  • 7 – Randy Foye, Boston Celtics (traded to Portland, then Minnesota), Villanova, 2002
  • 16 – Rodney Carney, Chicago Bulls (traded to Philadelphia), Memphis, 2002, 2003 & 2004
  • 31 – James White, Portland Trailblazers (traded to Indiana), Florida, 2001
  • 32 – Steve Novak, Houston Rockets (via Knicks), Marquette, 2002 & 2003
  • 49 – Leon Powe, Denver Nuggets (traded to Boston), California, 2004 (on roster, injured)

2005 NBA Draft

  • 4 – Chris Paul, New Orleans Hornets, Wake Forest, 2003
  • 8 – Channing Frye, New York Knicks, Arizona, 2001
  • 19 – Hakim Warrick, Memphis Grizzlies, Syracuse, 2002 & 2004
  • 30 – David Lee, New York Knicks (from Phoenix via San Antonio), Florida, 2001
  • 31 – Salim Stoudamire, Atlanta Hawks, Arizona, 2001
  • 37 – Ronny Turiaf, Los Angeles Lakers (from New York via Atlanta and Charlotte), Gonzaga, 2003
  • 38 – Travis Diener, Orlando Magic (from Toronto), Marquette, 2002 & 2003
  • 42 – Chris Taft, Golden State Warriors (from Los Angeles Clippers via New Jersey), Pittsburgh, 2003
  • 55 – Lawrence Roberts, Seattle SuperSonics, Mississippi State, 2004

2004 NBA Draft

  • 20 – Jameer Nelson, Orlando Magic (from Denver), Saint Joseph’s, 2003
  • 24 – Delonte West, Boston Celtics (from Dallas), Saint Joseph’s, 2003
  • 36 – Antonio Burks, Memphis Grizzlies (from Orlando from Phoenix), Memphis, 2002 & 2003
  • 37 – Royal Ivey, Atlanta Hawks (from Philadelphia), Texas, 2002
  • 58 – Blake Stepp, Minnesota Timberwolves, Gonzaga, 2003
  • 59 – Rashad Wright, Indiana Pacers, Georgia, 2002

2003 NBA Draft

  • 3 – Carmelo Anthony, Denver Nuggets, Syracuse, 2002
  • 5 – Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat, Marquette, 2002
  • 7 – Kirk Hinrich, Chicago Bulls, Kansas, 2000
  • 8 – T.J. Ford, Milwaukee Bucks (from Atlanta), Texas, 2002
  • 10 – Jarvis Hayes, Washington Wizards, Georgia, 2002
  • 12 – Nick Collison, Seattle Sonics, Kansas, 2000
  • 31 – Jason Kapono, Cleveland Cavaliers, UCLA, 2000
  • 32 – Luke Walton, Los Angeles Lakers (from Toronto), Arizona, 2001
  • 38 – Steve Blake, Washington Wizards, Maryland, 2001
  • 43 – Keith Bogans, Milwaukee Bucks, Kentucky, 2000
  • 45 – Matt Bonner, Chicago Bulls (from Phoenix), Florida, 2001
  • 47 – Maurice Williams, Utah Jazz, Alabama, 2002

2002 NBA Draft

  • 2 – Jason Williams, Chicago Bulls, Duke, 1999
  • 3 – Mike Dunleavy Jr., Golden State Warriors, Duke, 1999
  • 4 – Drew Gooden , Memphis Grizzlies, Kansas, 2000
  • 8 – Chris Wilcox, LA Clippers, Maryland, 2001
  • 17 – Juan Dixon, Washington Wizzards, Maryland, 2001
  • 18 – Curtis Borchardt, Orlando Magic (Traded to Utah), Stanford, 1999
  • 22 – Casey Jacobsen, Phoenix Suns , Stanford, 1999
  • 23 – Tayshaun Price, Detriot Piston, Kentucky, 2000
  • 34 – Dan Gadzuric , Milwaukee Bucks, UCLA, 2000
  • 35 – Carlos Boozer, Cleveland Cavs, Duke, 1999
  • 44 – Lonny Baxter, Chicago Bulls (Traded to Indiana), Maryland, 2001
  • 46 – Matt Barnes, Memphis Grizzlies (Traded to Orlando), UCLA, 2000

2001 NBA Draft

  • 6 – Shane Battier, Memphis Grizzlies, Duke, 1999
  • 18 – Jason Collins, Houston Rockets (Traded to New Jersey Nets), Stanford, 1999
  • 32 – Omar Cook, Orlando Magic (Traded to Denver Nuggetts), St. John’s, 2000
  • 43 – Eric Chenowith, New York Knicks, Kansas, 2000
  • 53 – Jarron Collins, Utah Jazz, Stanford, 1999

2000 NBA Draft

  • 7 – Chris Mihm, Chicago Bulls (Traded to Cleveland), Texas, 1997
  • 29 – Mark Madsen, LA Lakers, Stanford, 1999
  • 33 – Jake Voskuhl, Chicago Bulls, Connecticut, 1999
  • 34 – Khalid El-Amin, Chicago Bulls, Connecticut, 1999
  • 41 – Chris Carawell, San Antonio , Duke, 1999
  • 48 – Mark Karcher, Philadelphia 76ers, Temple, 1998

1999 NBA Draft

  • 20 – Dion Glover, Atlanta Hawks, Georgia Tech, 1996
  • 35 – Calvin Booth, Washington Wizards, Penn State, 1995

1998 NBA Draft

  • 15 – Matt Harpring, Orlando Magic, Georgia Tech, 1996
 

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