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October 7, 2011 at 5:41 AM

Report: Terrence Ross is Pac-12’s top NBA prospect

Washington sophomore Terrence Ross continues to ring up the endorsements. The latest comes from Draft Express, which selected the Huskies wing as the Pac-12’s top NBA prospect.
It’s a high praise for Ross, a 6 foot 6 wing who averaged just 8.0 points and started four games last season. He was chosen honorable mention pick to the Pac-10 all-Freshman team.
Draft Express included UCLA’s Josh Smith, Colorado’s Andre Roberson, Stanford’s Dwight Powell and California’s Allen Crabbe to a five-man list of the conference’s top prospects.


FRIDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Here’s a scouting report on Ross that includes video and in-depth analysis.
— Here’s a UW preview from The Hoops Report, which takes a stab at predicting the starting lineup.
— Yahoo! Sports Jeff Eisenberg ranks Washington’s Terrence Ross as the No. 1 snub from the John Wooden Award preseason top 50 list.
Doug Haller at the Arizona Republic ranks the Pac-12’s non-conference schedules. Arizona is ranked No. 1 and UW is fourth.
— ESPN’s Eamonn Brennan also previews and ranks the Pac-12 non-conference schedules. He has USC at the top of his list and slots UW among the top four.
— It’s preview time. Here’s one on Arizona and Arizona State.
— Scout’s Evan Daniels ranks the 2012 recruiting classes and has Arizona at No. 2 and UCLA at No. 3. Of course this is before the Bruins lost four-star point guard Dominic Artis.
— In case you missed it, former UCLA Bruin Alex Schrempf has transferred to Washington, but there’s no plans for him to join the team as a walk-on this season.

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