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Who wil the Pistons Draft?: Position

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Joe Dumars announced the Pistons will probably take a frontcourt player, according to A. Sherrod Blakely of Mlive.

"We were still looking, more or less, for the frontcourt, 3 (small forward), 4 (power forward) or 5 (center)," Joe Dumars told the media on Wednesday afternoon. "That’s what we were focusing on anyway. So this hasn’t changed our outlook."

So, Jeff Teague, Gerald Henderson and Terrence Williams are off the board.

Point guard

Name School Height Wingspan Projected
Jrue Holiday UCLA 6’ 3.25” 6’ 7” 13
Jeff Teague Wake Forest 6’ 0.25” 6’ 7.5” 20
Toney Douglass Florida State 6’ 1” 6’ 6” 36
Rodrigue Beaubois France 6’ 1.25” 6’ 9.75” 39
Greivis Vasquez Maryland 6’ 4.75” 6’ 7.25” 56

Shooting guard

Name School Height Wingspan Projected
Gerald Henderson Duke 6’ 4” 6’ 10.25” 12
Terrence Williams Louisville 6’ 5” 6’ 9” 16
Jermaine Taylor Central Florida 6’ 3.5” 6’ 8.75” 32
Jerel McNeal Marquette 6’ 1.5” 6’ 7.25” 46
Dionte Christmas Temple 6’ 4.25” 6’ 9” 59

Small forward

Name School Height Wingspan Projected
Austin Daye Gonzaga 6’ 9.75” 7’ 2.75” 15
James Johnson Wake Forest 6’ 7” 7’ 0.75” 18
Sam Young Pittsburgh 6’ 5.25” 6’ 10.75” 25
Danny Green North Carolina 6’ 5.25” 6’ 10” 35
Damion James Texas 6’ 6.25” 7’ 0.25” 42
Joe Ingles Australia 6’ 7.75” 6’ 10.25” 52
Tyler Smith Tennessee 6’ 5.25” 6’ 9.75” No

Power forward

Name School Height Wingspan Projected
Dejuan Blair Pittsburgh 6’ 5.25” 7’ 2” 11
Earl Clark Louisville 6’ 8.5” 7’ 2.5” 14
Gani Lawal Georgia Tech 6’ 7.75” 7’ 0” 23
DaJuan Summers Georgetown 6’ 7.25” 7’ 0.75” 31
Derrick Brown Xavier 6’ 7.5” 7’ 2.5” 41
Josh Heytvelt Gonzaga 6’ 10” 7’ 1.25” 50
Taj Gibson USC 6’ 8.5” 7’ 4” 53
Jeff Adrien Connecticut 6’ 5.25” 7’ 2” No

2 Comments

  • Jun 25, 200911:23 am
    by D Mack

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    The pistons need to draft a proven player who can step up and is comfortable with being a star. One year of production says nothing to me. pick someone who has proven themselves every year. DeMar Derozan, Ty Lawson, Gerald Henderson, Tyler Hansbrough,Wayne Ellington, etc. these guys played on big-time stages and competed against the best night in and night out. It would be a mistake to draft someone who’s toughest competition was nobody.

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