POINT GUARDS Name

School

Yr. Ht. Wt. Data Allen Iverson Georgetown

So. 6-0 165 Expected to be No. 1 pick. Averaged 25 ppg last season. First-team all-Big East and Big East defensive player of the year both seasons at Georgetown. Stephon Marbury Georgia Tech Fr. 6-2 180 Averaged 18.9 points and 4.5 assists. Was just the fifth freshman in Atlantic Coast Conference history to be named first-team all-league. Steve Nash

Santa Clara

Sr. 6-3 195 Born in South Africa, raised in Canada. One of nation's most underexposed players. Averaged 20.9 ppg as junior, 17 as senior. Had 174 assists both years. Moochie Norris West Florida Sr. 6-1 175 Graduate of Cardozo High in the District, Norris attended Odessa (Tex.) J.C. and Auburn before moving to West Florida, where he averaged 23.6 points, 8.9 assists in 16 games. Impressed in the NBA postseason camps. Tony Delk

Kentucky

Sr. 6-1 193 Another small guard, Delk makes up for lack of height with elongated wing span. Led Kentucky to 1996 NCAA title with 17.8 ppg average. SHOOTING GUARDS Ray Allen

Connecticut

Jr. 6-5 205 Two-time all-American. 1996 Big East player of the year, averaged 23.4 ppg, 6.5 rpg, 3.3 apg. Made 45 percent of career three-point attempts. Kerry Kittles Villanova

Sr. 6-5 179 First Villanova player in 25 years named first-team all-American. Averaged 18.4 ppg for career. Averaged 20.4 ppg, 7.1 rpg, 3.5 apg as senior. Kobe Bryant

Merion (Pa.) H.S. -- 6-6 200 Most celebrated of three high school seniors entering draft, was USA Today and Parade Magazine's national player of the year. Ronnie Henderson Louisiana State Jr. 6-4 206 Led Southeastern Conference in past two seasons (23.3 ppg as sophomore, 21.8 as senior). Scored at least 20 points in 44 of 77 career games. Ron Riley

Arizona State Sr. 6-5 205 Only Arizona State player to end career with 1,600 points, 500 rebounds and 200 steals. His 20.1 ppg last season were best for Sun Devils since Byron Scott averaged 21.6 in 1982-83. SMALL FORWARDS John Wallace

Syracuse

Sr. 6-8 225 Early entry candidate in 1995 who returned to school and improved his draft status by leading Orangemen to 1996 NCAA tournament final. Averaged 22.2 points and 8.7 rebounds last season. Antoine Walker Kentucky

So. 6-8 224 Helped Kentucky win 1996 NCAA title by averaging 15.2 ppg. He impressed with his ability to pass the basketball from anywhere on the court. Jerome Williams Georgetown

Sr. 6-9 206 From Magruder High and Montgomery College-Rockville. Averaged 10.3 ppg as senior, but impressed at Phoenix pre-draft camp, where he was named MVP after averaging 13.7 ppg, 8 rpg, 3 steals and shooting 59 percent. Walter McCarty Kentucky

Sr. 6-10 230 Reed-thin. Played C for Kentucky, but made 47 percent of three-point shots as senior. Averaged 11 ppg, shot 55 percent in Phoenix camp. Dontae' Jones Mississippi State Jr. 6-7 220 Made name for himself during 1996 NCAA tournament, averaging 15 ppg, 10 rpg as Bulldogs reached Final Four. A junior college transfer who worked in fast-food chicken restaurant before enrolling at Mississippi State. POWER FORWARDS Lorenzen Wright Memphis

So. 6-11 225 Status may be affected by broken foot suffered during recent pick-up game. Averaged 16 ppg, 10.3 rpg during career. Was finalist for 1995 Sullivan Award, given to nation's outstanding amateur athlete. Samaki Walker Louisville

So. 6-9 240 Played in 21 games last season, averaging 15.1 ppg, 7.5 rpg. Started all 29 games as freshman, averaging 13.7 ppg, 7.2 rpg and recording Louisville's first ever triple-double. Roy Rogers

Alabama

Sr. 6-10 238 Made big splash as senior, averaging 13.5 ppg -- 10 more than he did as junior -- and 9.3 rpg. As junior, played alongside first-round draft picks Antonio McDyess and Jason Caffey. Vitaly Potapenko Wright State So. 6-10 280 Originally from Kiev, Ukraine. Averaged 20.2 ppg during career. Led Midwestern Collegiate Conference in FG percentage in each of his seasons. Othella Harrington Georgetown Sr. 6-9 235 Finished career in school's top five in scoring, rebounds, blocked shots. Shot at least 55 percent all four seasons, started each of a possible 132 games. Averaged 11 ppg, 8.7 rpg at Phoenix camp. CENTERS Marcus Camby

Massachusetts Jr. 6-11 220 Likely shift to forward in NBA. National player of the year last season after averaging 20.5 ppg, 8.2 rpg, 3.9 blocks pg. Efthimis Retzias PAOK (Greek League) -- 6-11 243 Early entry candidate. Has been member of Greek national team since age 16 and likely will play in Olympics. The 20-year-old was MVP in the 1995 junior world championships. Erick Dampier Mississippi State Jr. 6-11 265 Prototype center. Fourth on Bulldogs' all-time career rebounding list. Averaged 14.5 ppg, 9.3 rpg as junior. Todd Fuller

N.C. State

Sr. 6-11 255 Went from averaging 5.2 ppg as freshman to unanimous first-team all-ACC selection as senior, averaging 20.9 ppg, 9.9 rpg. Priest Lauderdale Peristeri Nikas (Greek League)

Fr. 7-2 280 Early entry candidate. Played 13 games for Central State (Ohio) in 1993-94, then moved to Greece, where he averaged 16.1 ppg, 11.2 rpg. CAPTION: Ex-Hoya Allen Iverson, left, two-time Big East defensive player of the year, could be No. 1 pick in NBA draft.