Here's what being a 4-year college player means for Eric Maynor, one of six NBA draft prospects scheduled to work out tomorrow morning for the 76ers:
He is a two-time Player of the Year in the Colonial Athletic Association. He is Virginia Commonwealth's all-time leader in points (1,953), assists (674), free throws made (503) and games played (130).
And that seems to have landed him very much in the mix as the Sixers try to figure out which player best suits them with the No. 17 pick of the June 25 NBA draft.
Also on tomorrow's menu:
* Jeff Teague, Wake Forest: An early-entry candidate, he has put up 1,000 points in two seasons.
* Lester Hudson, Tennessee-Martin: He's a two-time Player of the Year in the Ohio Valley Conference. His 1,727 points in two seasons falls two points shy of the school's 4-year record.
* Stefon Jackson, Texas-El Paso: He's from Martin Luther King High and Lutheran Christian Academy, and his 1,548 points places him fourth on UTEP's all-time list. He's back for a second visit, in part to help fill out the field.
* Jermaine Taylor, Central Florida: He's the Conference USA Player of the Year, and his 251 career three-pointers are a school record.
* Greivis Vasquez, Maryland: He led the Terrapins in scoring (17.5), rebounds (5.4), assists (5.0), steals (1.4) and minutes played (34.6). *
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