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January 16, 2007 at 8:34 PM

Stacked Pac-10

There seems little debate that the Pac-10 Conference is about as strong this year as it has ever been, and might be the best conference in the nation.
One indication of how much good talent there is in the conference, or is coming next year, is this mock draft for 2008 from NBADraft.net
Obviously, these things are to really be taken with a grain of salt. Still, this mock draft has 11 Pac-10 players going in the first round in 2008 including UW’s Spencer Hawes at No. 8 and Quincy Pondexter at No. 8. Odds are still good that Hawes leaves after this year, and HoopsHype.com still has Hawes going No. 7 in 2007 in this mock draft.
But should Hawes stay, he will only add to a Pac-10 that might be even better next year than it is this year, as this mock draft indicates, as two of the players listed will be freshmen next year — USC signee O.J. Mayo at No. 3 and Arizona signee Jerryd Bayless at No. 12.
Here also is the NBADraft.net mock draft for 2007 that has three Pac-10 players going in the first round — including Arizona’s Marcus Williams at No. 11 — as well as Eastern Washington’s Rodney Stuckey at No. 29.

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