There are still some very good players left to either sign for an NBA team’s Summer League spot in hopes of catching on with a team. Most will probably end up in the Gatorade League (former D-League) or play overseas.
I’m sure people who love ‘their team’ always wonder why the star of their team didn’t even play a single minute in the NBA.
The Draft is a tricky thing. There are only two rounds, so a lot of teams teams draft for need. There are also teams who draft people overseas to stash for a couple years.
This is not the end of the road for these players. There are many undrafted players in the NBA, so a few of these guys will still make their dreams come true in the future.
Johnathan Motley – PF – Baylor Bears
Devin Robinson – SF – Florida Gators
Cameron Oliver – PF – Nevada Wolf Pack
Kobi Simmons – PG – Arizona Wildcats
P.J. Dozier – PG – South Carolina Gamecocks
Chris Boucher – PF – Oregon Ducks
Isaiah Hicks – PF – North Carolina Tar Heels
Derrick Walton Jr. – PG – Michigan Wolverines
Eric Mika – C – BYU Cougars
Kennedy Meeks – C – North Carolina Tar Heels
V.J. Beachem – SF – Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Isiah Briscoe – PG – Kentucky Wildcats
Jeremy Morgan – SG – Northern Iowa Panthers
Andrew White – SG – Syracuse Orange
Amile Jefferson – SF – Duke Blue Devils
Luke Kornet – PF – Vanderbilt Commodores
Paris Bass – SF – Erie Bay Hawks (NBDL)
Nigel Hayes – PF – Wisconsin Badgers
Peter Jok – SG – Iowa Hawkeyes
Melo Trimble – PG – Maryland Terrapins
Jamel Artis – SF – Pittsburgh Panthers
Kris Jenkins – SF – Villanova Wildcats
Marcus Keene – PG – Central Michigan Chippewas
Isaac Humphries – C – Kentucky Wildcats
Antonio Blakeney – SG – LSU Tigers
Jonathan Jeanne – C – France
James Blackmon Jr. – SG – Indiana Hoosiers
Malcolm Hill – SG – Illinois Fighting Illini
L.J. Peak – SG – Georgetown Hoyas
Zak Irvin – SG – Michigan Wolverines
Moses Kingsley – PF – Arkansas Razorbacks
Bobby Roberts (otherwise known as Sweetbob) is the creator of ‘America’s White Boy’ and contributor at Project Shanks. His writing has been featured on ESPN’s ‘SportsNation’, Sports Illustrated’s Hot Clicks, Guyspeed, and various other sites. You can follow him on Twitter at @Sweetbob.