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1 Skal Labissiere PF/C
Bluff City Legends, HS Senior
2 Jaylen Brown SF
, HS Senior
3 Ben Simmons SF/PF
Montverde Academy, HS Senior
4 Brandon Ingram SF
, HS Senior
5 Dragan Bender PF
Maccabi Tel Aviv U-18, International
6 Malik Newman SG
Jackson Tigers, HS Senior
7 Henry Ellenson C
, HS Senior
8 Jakob Poeltl C
Utah, Freshman
9 Diamond Stone C
, HS Senior
10 Furkan Korkmaz SG
Anadolu Efes, International
11 Zhou Qi C
Xinjiang, International
12 Kris Dunn PG
Providence, Sophomore
13 Demetrius Jackson PG
Notre Dame, Sophomore
14 Cheick Diallo PF/C
Our Savior New American, HS Senior
15 Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk SG
Kansas, Freshman
16 Nigel Hayes PF
Wisconsin, Sophomore
17 Caris LeVert PG/SG
Michigan, Junior
18 Damian Jones PF/C
Vanderbilt, Sophomore
19 Domantas Sabonis PF
Gonzaga, Freshman
20 Justin Jackson SF
North Carolina, Freshman
21 Jamal Murray PG/SG
Canada, HS Junior
22 Jake Layman SF
Maryland, Junior
23 Kennedy Meeks C
North Carolina, Sophomore
24 Theo Pinson SF
North Carolina, Freshman
25 Troy Williams SF
Indiana, Sophomore
NCAA Reb/40 Leaders
NameReb/40
Demetrius Treadwell 18.6
Mike Aaman 16.0
Ousmane Drame 15.3
Shevon Thompson 15.0
A.J. West 14.9
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2015 Centers
This Ranking was last updated on Wed May 27th at 02:22:14 PM

#Player
1Karl Towns PF/C
19 years old, Freshman
7' 0" 248lbs.
Kentucky
2Jahlil Okafor C
19 years old, Freshman
6' 11" 272lbs.
Duke
3Willie Cauley-Stein C
21 years old, Junior
7' 1" 242lbs.
Kentucky
4Myles Turner C
19 years old, Freshman
7' 0" 239lbs.
Texas
5Robert Upshaw C
21 years old, Sophomore
7' 0" 258lbs.
Washington
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by  Jonathan Givony
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The Evolution of the Center Position, Through The Eyes of Towns/Okafor
by  Matt Kamalsky
It would be very surprising if Karl Towns and Jahlil Okafor aren't the first two names called by commissioner Adam Silver as the top of the 2015 NBA Draft. While that won't shock anyone who followed college basketball this season, the proposition of two centers as locks to go 1-2 is significant both from a historical perspective, despite the shifting importance of the position in the NBA.
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