In His Quest to the NBA, Jamine Peterson Tells Truth About Why He Left Providence

In His Quest to the NBA, Jamine Peterson Tells Truth About Why He Left Providence

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By Ryan Feldman
rfeldman@thehoopsreport.com

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Now that the college basketball season is coming to an end, the focus for many seniors shifts to the NBA Draft. The process of making that transition to the NBA begins this week.

There will be three events involving seniors over the next week and a half, the first of which is the State Farm College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Contest on Thursday night in Houston. On Friday afternoon in Houston, the Reese's NABC All-Star Game will take place. Then, from April 6-9 in Portsmouth, Va., the Portsmouth Invitational will take place.

Here are the confirmed invitees for each event. For the players on the Portsmouth list below, all of them have been invited, some have accepted the invitation, and some will be alternates.

The participants in the State Farm College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships are official and confirmed.

The participants in the Reese's NABC All-Star Game are official and confirmed. You can view the list below or click here.

These lists will be updated on a daily basis as more information emerges, so check back as often as possible to see which names are added.


SLAM DUNK

Justin Burrell, St. John's
Gilbert Brown, Pittsburgh
John Williams, UNC Asheville
Darnell Wilks, Cincinnati
Jacob Tucker, Illinois College
Billy White, San Diego State
Will Coleman, Memphis
Justin Tubbs, East Tennessee State


3-POINT

Dwight Hardy, St. John's
LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor
Andrew Goudelock, Charleston
Jacob Pullen, Kansas State
Ravern Johnson, Mississippi State
Mickey McConnell, St. Mary's
Brady Morningstar, Kansas
Chris Warren, Mississippi


ALL-STAR (Official Rosters)

Lavoy Allen, Temple
Dwight Hardy, St. John's
Alex Stepheson, USC
Kenneth Faried, Morehead State
Malcolm Thomas, San Diego State
Mike Davis, Illinois
Andrew Goudelock, Charleston
Austin Freeman, Georgetown
Jacob Pullen, Kansas State
Mickey McConnell, St. Mary's
Tai Wesley, Utah State
Gary McGhee, Pittsburgh
Brad Wanamaker, Pittsburgh
Chris Warren, Mississippi
Vlad Moldoveanu, American
Jimmy Butler, Marquette
Kalin Lucas, Michigan State
Tristan Thompson, North Texas
Cameron Jones, Northern Arizona
Gary Johnson, Texas


PORTSMOUTH (Official Rosters)

Chaisson Allen, Northeastern
Jeff Allen, Virginia Tech
Lavoy Allen, Temple
Kevin Anderson, Richmond
Talor Battle, Penn State
Anatoly Bose, Nicholls State
Marshon Brooks, Providence
Gilbert Brown, Pittsburgh
Matthew Bryan-Amaning, Washington
Jimmy Butler, Marquette
Bill Clark, Duquesne
Randy Culpepper, UTEP
Mike Davis, Illinois
Malcolm Delaney, Virginia Tech
Papa Dia, SMU
Jon Diebler, Ohio State
Corey Fisher, Villanova
Austin Freeman, Georgetown
Diante Garrett, Iowa State
Andrew Goudelock, Charleston
Steven Gray, Gonzaga
Dwight Hardy, St. John's
Justin Harper, Richmond
Josh Harrellson, Kentucky
Frank Hassell, Old Dominion
Jeremy Hazell, Seton Hall
Cory Higgins, Colorado
Blake Hoffarber, Minnesota
Justin Holiday, Washington
John Holland, Boston University
Matt Howard, Butler
Justin Hurtt, Tulsa
Rick Jackson, Syracuse
Delroy James, Rhode Island
Gary Johnson, Texas
Ravern Johnson, Mississippi State
Curtis Kelly, Kansas State
Vernon Macklin, Florida
Mickey McConnell, St. Mary's
Gary McGhee, Pittsburgh
Casey Mitchell, West Virginia
Vlad Moldoveanu, American
Sam Muldrow, South Carolina
Adrian Oliver, San Jose State
Mark Payne, UC Davis
Jacob Pullen, Kansas State
Brian Qvale, Montana
Ryan Rossiter, Siena
Damian Saunders, Duquesne
Jamie Skeen, VCU
Mike Smith, ETSU
Tracy Smith, NC State
Alex Stepheson, USC
Demontez Stitt, Clemson
Corey Stokes, Villanova
Julyan Stone, UTEP
Durrell Summers, Michigan State
Malcolm Thomas, SDSU
Mike Tisdale, Illinois
Brad Wanamaker, Pittsburgh
Chris Warren, Ole Miss
Billy White, SDSU
Chris Wright, Dayton
Chris Wright, Georgetown


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