Found June 27, 2012 on Fox Sports Ohio:
Point Guards 1. Damian Lillard, 6-2, Weber State. Top-notch scorer who looked good in individual workouts. Possesses a strong handle, too. 2. Kendall Marshall, 6-4, North Carolina. Good size and vision, takes care of ball and gets it to open man. 3. Tony Wroten, 6-6, Washington. Solid in all aspects with great size. Reminds some of long ago PG Nate McMillan. 4. Marquis Teague, 6-2, Kentucky. Nothing fancy here, but a true point guard who quarterbacked a stacked NCAA champion. 5. Tyshawn Taylor, 6-4, Kansas. Strong defender who can run an offense. Must do a better job of taking care of ball, though. Shooting Guards1. Bradley Beal, 6-4, Florida. Sturdy build with 6-7 wingspan and outstanding athleticism. Can get to basket or pull-up with picture-perfect form. 2. Austin Rivers, 6-5, Duke. Explosive scorer who possesses strong ball-handling skills. Intelligent, but inconsistent. 3. Dion Waiters, 6-4, Syracuse. Another combo guard who can run the point in a pinch. Scorer who also ...
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