Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Position Rankings: Top Power Forwards


Complete Rankings: PG SG SF PF C

1. Jeff Green, Georgetown
2. Al Thornton, Florida State
3. Cartier Martin, Kansas State
4. Al Horford, Florida
5. Caleb Green, Oral Roberts
6. Carl Landry, Purdue
7. Kyle Hines, UNC-Greensboro
8. Quinton Hosley, Fresno State
9. D.J. White, Indiana
10. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, UCLA
11. Coleman Collins, Virginia Tech
12. Bryant Dunston, Fordham
13. Andrew Strait, Montana
14. Lamont Hamilton, St. John's
15. Charles Rhodes, Mississippi State
16. Richard Hendrix, Alabama
17. Mario Boggan, Oklahoma State
18. Nick Welch, Air Force
19. Trent Plaisted, BYU
20. Grant Stout, Northern Iowa
21. Jon Brockman, Washington
22. Julian Wright, Kansas
23. Wilson Chandler, DePaul
24. Jeff Adrien, Connecticut
25. Will Thomas, George Mason

1. Brendan Wright, North Carolina
2. Duke Crews, Tennessee
3. Lance Thomas, Duke
4. Damion James, Texas
5. Darrell Arthur, Kansas


  1. none of them guys you have above julian wright are actually better than him

  2. Maybe not as talented, maybe they don't have as much potential, but Wright is still relatively unproven in that he hasn't done anything yet that would make me put him higher up. When I do this again in March, I would not be surprised to see him in the Top 5.

  3. Julian Wright is not in the top 5 power forwards? And what about Lasme? Clearly, Durant should be number one on everybody's list among small forwards, did you not see the high school all-american game or this whole year? Wright may be the most versatile player in the draft. He can guard and play four positions on the floor. Great athlete with very long arms that allow him to play much bigger. He
    plays with great energy, is a terrific defender and is an excellent passer for a player his size. Has the ability to be a point forward in the pros. He runs the floor very well, rebounds and just has a nose for the ball. He is like a hybrid of a more aggressive and athletic Boris Diaw. And Lasme is a shot-blocking demon who is an athletic, long jumping jack that can run up and down the floor and create havoc defensively and clean up around the rim on both ends of the floor. Clearly, somebody doesn't watch the NBA.

  4. yeah your right julian wright should be in the top 5 after trying to do a dunk and falls flat on his face i know it was just one time but probably top 10 i just dont see what he can do besides dunk and rebound well kind of dunk........