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Bilas: 2010 NBA Draft's Best Available

Updated: May 19, 2010, 6:20 PM ET
By Jay Bilas | ESPN.com

Jay Bilas 2010 NBA Draft "Best Available List"

1. John Wall, Kentucky
2. Evan Turner, Ohio State
3. Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech
4. DeMarcus Cousins, Kentucky
5. Wesley Johnson, Syracuse
6. Greg Monroe, Georgetown
7. Al-Farouq Aminu, Wake Forest
8. Ekpe Udoh, Baylor
9. Luke Babbitt, Nevada
10. James Anderson, Oklahoma State
11. Cole Aldrich, Kansas
12. Ed Davis, North Carolina
13. Gordon Hayward, Butler
14. Avery Bradley, Texas
15. Xavier Henry, Kansas
16. Donatas Motiejunas, Lithuania
17. Damion James, Texas
18. Solomon Alabi, Florida State
19. Paul George, Fresno State
20. Hassan Whiteside, Marshall
21. Larry Sanders, VCU
22. Patrick Patterson, Kentucky
23. Quincy Pondexter, Washington
24. Eric Bledsoe, Kentucky
25. Gani Lawal, Georgia Tech
26. Elliot Williams, Memphis
27. Devin Ebanks, West Virginia
28. Darington Hobson, New Mexico
29. Jerome Jordan, Tulsa
30. Stanley Robinson, Connecticut
31. Craig Brackins, Iowa State
32. Willie Warren, Oklahoma
33. Daniel Orton, Kentucky
34. Terrico White, Mississippi
35. Jordan Crawford, Xavier
36. Dominique Jones, South Florida
37. Armon Johnson, Nevada
38. Lance Stephenson, Cincinnati
39. Greivis Vasquez, Maryland
40. Luke Harangody, Notre Dame
41. Da'Sean Butler, West Virginia
42. Jarvis Varnado, Mississippi State
43. Brian Zoubek, Duke
44. Robin Benzing, Germany
45. Nemanja Bjelica, Serbia
46. Kevin Seraphin, France
47. Art Parakhouski, Radford
48. Vladimir Dasic, Serbia
49. Manny Harris, Michigan
50. Jerome Dyson, Connecticut
51. Matt Bouldin, Gonzaga
52. Pablo Agular, Spain
53. Trevor Booker, Clemson
54. Tibo Pleiss, Germany
55. Sylven Landesberg, Virginia
56. Lazar Hayward, Marquette
57. Sherron Collins, Kansas
58. Andy Rautins, Syracuse
59. Jon Scheyer, Duke
60. Jerome Randle, California
61. Edwin Ubiles, Siena
62. Charles Garcia, Seattle
63. Devan Downey, South Carolina
64. A.J. Ogilvy, Vanderbilt
65. Mac Koshwal, DePaul
66. Patrick Christopher, California
67. Alexy Shved, Russia
68. Dexter Pittman, Texas
69. Elijah Millsap, UAB
70. Dwayne Collins, Miami
71. Aubrey Coleman, Houston
72. Mikhail Torrance, Alabama
73. Landry Fields, Stanford
74. Omar Samhan, Saint Mary's
75. Ryan Thompson, Rider
76. Samardo Samuels, Louisville
77. Miroslav Raduljica, Serbia
78. Hamady Ndiaye, Rutgers
79. Ryan Wittman, Cornell
80. Scottie Reynolds, Villanova
81. Raymar Morgan, Michigan State
82. Marqus Blakely, Vermont
83. A.J. Slaughter, Western Kentucky
84. Keith Gallon, Oklahoma
85. Jermaine Beal, Vanderbilt
86. Ishmael Smith, Wake Forest
87. Ben Uzoh, Tulsa
88. Gavin Edwards, Connecticut
89. Derrick Caracter, UTEP
90. Tasmin Mitchell, LSU
91. Mike Washington, Arkansas
92. Tyler Smith, Tennessee
93. Denis Clemente, Kansas State
94. Jeremy Lin, Harvard
95. Deon Thompson, North Carolina
96. Marquis Gilstrap, Iowa State
97. Jeremy Wise, Southern Mississippi
98. Donald Sloan, Texas A&M
99. DeShawn Sims, Michigan
100. Stefan Markovic, Serbia
101. Latavious Williams, Tulsa 66ers
102. Paulao Prestes, Brazil
103. Courtney Fortson, Arkansas
104. Ryan Richards, England
105. Tommy Mason-Griffin, Oklahoma
106. Nic Wise, Arizona

Jay Bilas

College Basketball analyst