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Source of Information: http://www.nba.com/bobcats/draft_central_2009.html

Bobcats Draft Picks

Pick Number 12.

Pick Number 40.

Pick Number 54.

Ok first of all most people know who the Bobcats have worked out if not here is the list. (In no particular order)

Bobcats Workouts

Stephen Curry • 6-3 • 185 lbs. • Guard • Davidson • Junior

Gerald Henderson • 6-4 • 215 lbs. • Guard • Duke • Junior

Danny Green • 6-6 • 210 lbs. • Guard • North Carolina • Senior

Toney Douglas • 6-1 • 200 lbs. • Guard • Florida State • Junior

K.C. Rivers • 6-5 • 215 lbs. • Guard • Clemson • Senior

DaJuan Summers • 6-8 • 240 lbs. • Forward • Georgetown • Junior

Derrick Brown • 6-8 • 227 lbs. • Forward • Xavier • Junior

Courtney Fells • 6-6 • 210 lbs. • Guard • North Carolina State • Senior

Garrett Temple • 6-6 • 190 lbs. • Guard • LSU • Senior

Ryan Scott • 6-3 • 195 lbs. • Guard • Johnson C. Smith • Senior

Lester Hudson • 6-3 • 190 lbs • Guard • Tennessee at Martin • Senior

Anthony Hilliard • 6-4 • 205 lbs. Guard • Elizabeth City State • Senior

Tyler Hansbrough • 6-9 • 250 lbs. • Forward • North Carolina • Senior

Taj Gibson • 6-9 • 225 lbs. • Forward • USC • Junior

Ahmad Nivins • 6-9 • 242 lbs. • Forward • St. Joseph's • Senior

Ben McCauley • 6-9 • 237 lbs. • Forward • N.C. State • Senior

Shawn Taggart • 6-10 • 238 lbs. • Forward • Memphis • Junior

Juwann James • 6-6 • 225 lbs. • Forward • James Madison • Senior

Austin Daye • 6-11 • 200 lbs. • Forward • Gonzaga • Sophomore

Lamont Mack • 6-7 • 230 lbs. • Forward • UNC-Charlotte • Sophomore

Leo Lyons • 6-9 • 244 lbs. • Forward • Missouri • Senior

Dwayne Anderson • 6-6 • 215 lbs. • Guard • Villanova • Senior

Gary Flowers • 6-8 • 214 lbs. • Forward • Chipola Junior College • Senior

Josh Carter • 6-7 • 200 lbs. • Forward • Texas A&M • Senior

DeJuan Blair • 6-7 • 250 lbs. • Forward • Pittsburgh • Sophomore

DeMarre Carroll • 6-8 • 225 lbs. • Forward • Missouri • Senior

Jeff Adrien • 6-7 • 243 lbs. • Forward • Connecticut • Senior

Jeff Pendergraph • 6-9 • 240 lbs. • Forward • Arizona State • Senior

Dante Cunningham • 6-8 • 230 lbs. • Forward • Villanova • Senior

Brandon Costner • 6-9 • 231 lbs. • Forward • N.C. State • Junior

Chase Budinger • 6-7 • 205 lbs. • Guard • Arizona • Junior

Terrence Williams • 6-6 • 220 lbs. • Guard • Louisville • Senior

B.J. Mullens • 7-0 • 275 lbs. • Center • Ohio State • Freshman

Alade Aminu • 6-10 • 225 lbs. • Forward • Georgia Tech • Senior

Chris Johnson • 6-11 • 210 lbs. Center • LSU • Senior

Now the Bobcats also have a list of mock drafts on their website if you guys would like to take a look, these are the players that the different mock drafts have the Bobcats taking. The number of mock drafts that have the Bobcats taking the same player will be posted out to the side.

Mock Drafts

Gerald Henderson- 6 Mock Drafts

DeJuan Blair- 4 Mock Drafts

James Johnson- 2 Mock Drafts

DeMar DeRozan- 2 Mock Drafts

Earl Clark- 1 Mock Draft

Jeff Teague- 1 Mock Draft

Tyler Hansbrough- 1 Mock Draft

Stephen Curry- 1 Mock Draft

Jrue Holiday- 1 Mock Draft

Also on the Bobcats website is a list of top prospects there are some very interesting things posted and here are the players listed.

Top Prospects

DeJuan Blair • 6-7 • 250 lbs. • Forward • Pittsburgh • Sophomore

Gerald Henderson • 6-4 • 215 lbs. • Guard • Duke • Junior

Stephen Curry • 6-3 • 185 lbs. • Guard • Davidson • Junior

Chase Budinger • 6-7 • 205 lbs. • Guard • Arizona • Junior

Jordan Hill • 6-9 • 235 lbs. • Forward • Arizona • Junior

Earl Clark • 6-9 • 200 lbs. • Forward • Louisville • Junior

Jrue Holiday • 6-4 • 200 lbs. • Guard • UCLA • Freshman

Tyler Hansbrough • 6-9 • 250 lbs. • Forward • North Carolina • Senior

Terrence Williams • 6-6 • 220 lbs. • Guard • Louisville • Senior

Hasheem Thabeet • 7-3 • 265 lbs. • Center • Connecticut • Junior

James Harden • 6-4 • 215 lbs. • Guard • Arizona State • Sophomore

Brandon Jennings • 6-2 • 165 lbs. • Guard • Lottomatica Roma • Italy

Jeff Teague • 6-2 • 180 lbs. • Guard • Wake Forest • Sophomore

Blake Griffin • 6-10 • 245 lbs. • Forward • Oklahoma • Sophomore

Jonny Flynn • 6-0 • 175 lbs. • Guard • Syracuse • Sophomore

Ricky Rubio • 6-4 • 180 lbs. • Guard • DKV Joventut • Spain

Austin Daye • 6-10 • 190 lbs. • Forward • Gonzaga • Sophomore

James Johnson • 6-9 • 245 lbs. • Forward • Wake Forest • Sophomore

DeMar DeRozan • 6-6 • 200 lbs. • Guard • USC • Freshman

Ty Lawson • 5-11 • 195 lbs. • Guard • North Carolina • Junior

Tyreke Evans • 6-6 • 220 lbs. • Guard • Memphis • Freshman

Eric Maynor • 6-3 • 175 lbs. • Guard • VCU • Senior

Finally the Bobcats website has posted a history of the number 12. pick. Here are some familiar players that were drafted number 12. overall.

History of Number 12.

Jason Thompson

Thaddeus Young

Hilton Armstrong

Yaroslav Korolev

Robert Swift

Nick Collison

Melvin Ely

Vladimir Radmanovic

Etan Thomas

Aleksandar Radojevic

Michael Doleac

Austin Croshere

Vitaly Potapenko

Cherokee Parks

Khalid Reeves

George Lynch

Harold Miner

Greg Anthony

Alec Kessler

Mookie Blaylock

Harvey Grant

Tyrone Bogues

John Williams

Kenny Green

Tim McCormick

Darrell Walker

John Bagley

Kelly Tripucka

Mike Woodson

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Good Post.

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I don't think they'll pick at 12...

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I don't think they'll pick at 12...

I do, but I think there is only a 50/50 chance they keep the player they draft there. Remember all trades on draft night have to be approved by the NBA and (unlike the NFL) they take at least 30 min. to an hour to finalize after proposed.

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I don't think they'll pick at 12...

I hope they don't, just for the sake of the pick history alone. Ugh, there are not alot of great players there in the past.

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I hope they don't, just for the sake of the pick history alone. Ugh, there are not alot of great players there in the past.

lol Cherokee Parks

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I guess that the Cats are very comfortable with their depth at Center seeing as how they haven't worked one out yet.

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He's moving up the draft boards...Evidently, coaches think he can play!!! How bout that...But the biggest factor for the surge has been his combine workouts and his height. He's taller than most though, has a better reach than most thought, and his athleticism graded out well.

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He's moving up the draft boards...Evidently, coaches think he can play!!! How bout that...But the biggest factor for the surge has been his combine workouts and his height. He's taller than most though, has a better reach than most thought, and his athleticism graded out well.

He is still projected 18th to 24th which he has been since the start. Congratulations you read the Charlotte Observer where Brown said he could be a good player in the NBA. He's 6'8 just like they said he was in college. It really is funny how you make things up so your teams and players sound better then they are. They did say he is almost exact to Griffin just not as athletic. If we got him in the 2nd round or we traded way down i would be ok with taking him.

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At 6'8'' I'd be more comfortable drafting Hansbrough or Griffin if they could play SF. Griffin cannot make a shot outside of 6 feet from the rim and just isn't big enough to muscle his way under the basket in the nba. Both have pretty big holes in their game if they play PF at the NBA level.

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He is still projected 18th to 24th which he has been since the start. Congratulations you read the Charlotte Observer where Brown said he could be a good player in the NBA. He's 6'8 just like they said he was in college. It really is funny how you make things up so your teams and players sound better then they are. They did say he is almost exact to Griffin just not as athletic. If we got him in the 2nd round or we traded way down i would be ok with taking him.

He's 6'9.5 in shoes and a little above 6'8.25" without shoes...How did I make that up? Read the combine results. And he actually had a better standing reach than Griffin.

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