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FSU NBA Draft Preview

June 25, 2013






FSU NBA Draft Preview



FSU’s All-Time Draft Selections
2012Bernard JamesDallas Mavericks (Round: 2, Pick: 33 )
2011Chris SingletonWashington Wizards (Round: 1; Pick: 17)
2010Solomon AlabiDallas Mavericks (Round: 2; Pick: 50)
Ryan ReidIndiana Pacers (Round: 2; Pick: 57)
2009Toney DouglasLos Angeles Lakers (Round: 1; Pick: 29)
2007Al ThorntonLos Angeles Clippers (Round: 1; Pick: 14)
2006Alexander JohnsonIndiana Pacers (Round: 2; Pick: 43)
2005Von WaferLos Angeles Lakers (Round: 2; Pick: 39)
2004Tim PickettNew Orleans Hornets (Round: 2; Pick: 44)
1998Randell JacksonFree Agent: Washington Wizards
1997James CollinsPhiladelphia 76ers (Round: 2; Pick: 37)
1995Bob SuraCleveland Cavaliers (Round: 1; Pick: 17)
1994Charlie WardNew York Knicks (Round: 1; Pick: 26)
1993Doug EdwardsAtlanta Hawks (Round: 1; Pick: 15)
1991Tharon MayesFree Agent: Philadephia 76ers
1990Tony DawsonFree Agent: Sacramento Kings
Irv ThomasFree Agent: Los Angeles Lakers
1989George McCloudIndiana Pacers (Round: 1; Pick: 7)
1988Randy AllenFree Agent: Sacramento Kings
1987Pee Wee BarberPortland Trail Blazers (Round: 4; Pick: 86)
1986David ShafferPortland Trail Blazers (Round: 4; Pick: 83)
1985Dean ShafferWashington Bullets (Round: 5; Pick: 104)
Alton Lee GipsonSacramento Kings (Round: 7; Pick: 145)
1984Vince MartelloAtlanta Hawks (Round: 7; Pick: 150)
Tony WilliamMilwaukee Bucks (Round: 7; Pick: 159)
1983Mitchell WigginsIndiana Pacers (Round: 1; Pick: 23)
1981Elvis RolleLos Angeles Lakers (Round: 2; Pick: 42)
Mickey DillardCleveland Cavaliers (Round: 3; Pick: 55)
Kris AndersonMilwaukee Bucks (Round: 4; Pick: 90)
1980Murray BrownCleveland Cavaliers (Round: 4; Pick: 77)
Tony JacksonLos Angeles Lakers (Round: 4; Pick 87)
1978Harry DavisCleveland Cavaliers (Round: 2; Pick: 33)
David ThompsonBuffalo Braves (Round: 5; Pick: 90)
1974Benny ClaudeBoston Celtics (Round: 5; Pick: 89)
Lawrence McCrayNew Orleans Jazz (Round: 6; Pick: 100)
1973Ron KingGolden State Warriors (Round: 4; Pick: 62)
ABA: Kentucky Colonels (Round: 2; Pick: 19)
Reggie RoyalsPhiladelphia 76ers (Round: 5; Pick: 69)
ABA: New York Nets (Round: 5; Pick: 43)
1972Rowland GarrettChicago Bulls (Round: 5; Pick: 77)
ABA: Memphis Tams (Round: 7)
1971Skip YoungBoston Celtics (Round: 7; Pick: 111)
ABA: New York Nets (Round: 14)
Vernell EllzyPhoenix Suns (Round: 8; Pick: 132)
1970Dave CowensBoston Celtics (Round: 1; Pick: 4)
ABA: Utah Stars (Round: 3)
Willie WilliamsBoston Celtics (Round: 3; Pick: 38)
Ken MacklinABA: New York Nets (Round 15)
1966Gary SchullCincinnati Royals (Round: 7; Pick: 66)
1962Dave FedorPhiladelphia Warriors (Round: 3; Pick: 25)

 Michael Snaer Guard | Senior | Moreno Valley, Calif. | Photo Gallery

ON SNAER: A three-time All-ACC and two-time ACC All-Defensive Team selection who finished his career ranked eighth in school history in scoring with 1,560 career points…was named to the All-ACC Second Team as a junior, to the All-ACC Third Team as a senior and to the All-ACC Freshman team in his first season as a Seminole…named to the 2013 Lefty Driesell Defensive All-American Team…the winner of the Everett Case Award as the Most Valuable Player of the 2012 ACC Tournament in leading the Seminoles to the first ACC Championship in school history…recognized as the all-time NCAA leader with six career buzzer-beating, game-winning shots during his career – two during his junior season (Jan. 21, 2102 at Duke and Feb. 16, 2012 at home against Virginia Tech) and four during his senior season (Jan. 24, 2013 at home against Clemson, Jan. 30, 2013 at home against Maryland, Feb. 5, 2013 at Georgia Tech and March 7, 2013 at home against Virginia)…each of the buzzer-beating shots came with 4.4 seconds of the end of the game with five coming within 2.6 seconds of the final buzzer… of the six game-winners, four came on 3-pointers and two on drives, three came on kick-out passes and he created for himself against Virginia…finished his illustrious career as a Seminole ranked in the top 25 of 12 different statistical categories in the Florida State record book…he finished his career ranked eighth in school history in scoring (1,560 career points), second in games played (134), third in games started (110), fifth in career 3-point field goals made (196), fifth in career 3-point field goals attempted (513), seventh in career field goals attempted (1,243), seventh in career 3-point field goal shooting percentage (.382), 12th in career free throw shooting percentage (.783), 13th in career free throws made (306), tied for 15th in career field goals made (529), 16th in career free throws attempted (391) and 23rd in career assists (268)…[Read full bio here]

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