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Top 100 non-US Youngsters - Sep 1, 2016


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The new 2016/2017 season is getting closer to the beginning so let's take a quick look at the lists of Top 100 prospects in various age groups.

Without any doubt the best young player born in 1996 (20-year old) in Australian phenom Benjamin Simmons (208-F-96, college: LSU). Simmons is officially a member of the 76ers after the team selected him with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. He is an extremely unique talent, combining big man size and strength, with point guard vision and passing skills. He can play all five positions in both offense and defense. Many compares him to Lebron James.

No.2 in this generation is Croatian big man Marko Arapovic (207-C/F-96) from Cedevita Zagreb. The son of Croatian Basketball Legend, Franjo Arapovic is a very skilled big man with high basketball IQ. He plays with lots of energy on both ends of the flor. He already had a chance to play big minutes in Euroleague (18 points against Fenerbahce) and Adriatic League last season.

Third best in our ranking is Stefan Lazarevic (198-SG-96) from FMP Beograd. A member of Serbian U20 National Team was recently named Eurobasket.com All-European Championships U20 in Helsinki 2nd Team.

Domantas Sabonis (209-F/C-96, college: Gonzaga) was placed at 4th position in our ranking. The son of the FIBA Hall of Fame center Arvydas Sabonis doesn't look as if he's burdened by his fathers name. He was called to senior national team afor the Olympic Games in Rio where he averaged 6.4ppg. The product of Gonzaga University will play for the OKC Thunder in the NBA.

Akif Egemen Guven (209-C-96) of Pinar Karsiyaka completes our Top5 youngsters born in 1996.

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The 19-year olds (born 1997) are lead by Vasileios Charalampopoulos (205-SF-97) of Panathinaikos. He just played at the European Championships U20 Division B in Chalkida (Greece) and led Greek NT to bronze medal. He was named the MVP of the tournament averaging 16.3ppg, 7.0rpg, 2.6apg, 1.4spg. He is expected to become an excellent modern point-forward.

Furkan Korkmaz (200-SG-97) was selected as second best in his age. Shooting guard was drafted by Philadelphia 76ers with 26th pick, but will spend another year at Anadolu Efes. He already debuted in senior national team at FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Manila (Philippines) where in 3 games he had 3.3ppg.

French Luc Loubaki (191-G-97) with his body and amazing athleticism is a perfect model of modern combo guard. He spent last season at Entente Orleans 45 (ProA) and played solid minutes in 33 games. No.3 in our ranking.

Fourth best is Vlatko Cancar (201-SF-97, agency: BeoBasket). Slovenian has recently joined best serbian youth program at BC Mega Leks. He is a promising small forward with confident shot and good handles.

No.5 is Lauri Markkanen (213-PF-97), a member of the University of Arizona. He is a big skilled stretch-4. He just played at the European Championships U20 in Helsinki and led the entire tournament in scoring, with averages of 24.9 points, 8.6 rebounds, 1.0 assist, 2.3 steals, and 1.3 blocks per game. He was voted to all-tournament team.

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The 19-year olds (born 1998) lists opens Borisa Simanic (209-PF-98). He is an tremendous athlete who can fill every game with dunks, three-pointers and blocks. Great all-rounder who can play all positions. He was named the MVP at Adidas Next Generation Tournament Finals in Berlin. During the summer he signed 4-year contract with Crvena Zvezda MTS (Serbia)

Omer Yurtseven (213-C-98) is a promising big man who committed to play for the NC State Wolfpack. He can play well on both sides of the court. He has an outstanding basketball IQ and court vision. Number 2 in our ranking.

On third place we have another Crvena Zvezda's player - Aleksandar Aranitovic (196-SG-98, agency: BeoBasket). A versatile player who can dominate the game on both ends of the floor. NBA Basketball without Borders Global Camp in Toronto (Canada) participant.

Frank Ntilikina (196-G-98) (Strasbourg IG) and Milos Glisic (206-PF-98) (BC Partizan) completes the Top5.

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Dzanan Musa (204-SG-99, agency: BeoBasket) of Cedevita Zagreb is our top prospect borin in 1999. The combination of his size, skills and basketball IQ makes him a great swingman who can play almost every position. He was the best scorer World Championships U17 in Zaragoza (Spain) with impressive stats line - 7 games: Score-1 (34.0ppg), 8.1rpg, 3.0apg, 1.4spg, FGP: 53.7%, 3PT: 33.3%, FT: 69.8%.

Spanish forward Sergi Martinez (201-PF-99) landed on 3th spot. Young prospect shined at World Championships U17 where he averaged 19.9ppg, 12.0rpg and was voted to all-tournament team. Great offensive player who is expected to be a part of Barcelona Lassa first team very soon.

Luka Doncic (201-PG-99) is already most experienced in the generation. Tall point guard played 39 games in Liga Endesa and 11 games in Euroleague last season. Great court vision, passing skills and already leadership.

French Jaylen Hoard (202-SF-99) (Wesleyan Christian Academy in the USA) and Lithuanian Arnas Velicka (192-PG-99) completes the Top5.

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Last category - players born in 2000 bring us huge amount of talent. As top prospects of this generation we selected Sekou Omar Doumbouya (200-F/G-00) from France. He is an amazing athlete that can become a great defender. Despite he started his basketball journey quite late (at age of 13), but the future looks bright for him.

Second most promising player born in 2000 is Rowan Barrett Jr. (201-SF-00), the son of Rowan Barret, well known overseas player. A great perimetral player with immense upside, he can play either SG and SF, has handles, scores in a variety of ways, runs the team and gets to the rim with quick slashes and sweet athletic maneuvers. Repertoire includes a smooth mid-range game which extends well beyond the three point line. He recently represented Canada at World Championships U17 in Zaragoza (Spain) with 18.4ppg, 4.6rpg and 2.3ppg. He was selected to Eurobasket.com All-World Championships U17 2nd Team. He also attended Jordan Brand Classic earlier this year.

Balsa Koprivica (211-C-00) is our no3. A native of Serbia plays basketball at the University High School in Fort Lauderdale, FL (USA). His size and an impressive skill set draw a bright future for him.

The Top5 of '00 generation includes Samson Froling (207-F/C-00) of Australia and Turkish Eray Akyuz (187-G-00).

For more profiles please visit our Top Prospects section
  




Koby McEwen
Utah State Transfer Koby McEwen Chooses Marquette - 1 day ago
As reported by ESPN's Jeff Goodman on Sunday night, former Utah State point guard Koby McEwen (6'4''-G-97) will be a Golden Eagle. This is the second transfer that Marquette Golden Eagles head coach Steve Wojciechowski has reeled in this week with the primary assist going to associate head coach Brett Nelson, as Joseph Chartouny, a grad transfer from Fordham who will be able to play in 2018-19 committed to MU on Friday. Unlike Chartouny, McEwen will have to sit out a year, as traditional...   [read more]
College basketball coaching carousel - 3 days ago
Courtesy of cbssports.com College basketball is almost done filling its coaching vacancies around the sport. The only jobs yet to be taken: Chicago State, Delaware State, Detroit and Siena. The Siena gig opened last Friday after Jimmy Patsos handed in his resignation amid controversy. There have been 52 openings among Division I programs from last season. Below is the entire list of changes, the majority of which have come from mid- and low-major conferences   [read more]

Joseph
Chartouny
Marquette lands graduate transfer guard Joseph Chartouny from Fordham - 3 days ago
The Marquette men's basketball team landed some immediate help for its backcourt on Friday. Coach Steve Wojciechowski secured a commitment from Fordham graduate transfer guard Joseph Chartouny (6'3''-G-94). He is eligible to play next season. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound native of Montreal will help bolster a Golden Eagles backcourt that lost Andrew Rowsey to graduation. Chartouny was a three-year starter with the Rams, averaging 11.9 points, 5.2 assists, 5 rebounds and 2.9 steals per game. As...   [read more]


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