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    A list of the most interesting Germans in the NCAA:

    Elias Harris (Gonzaga / Senior / 6'8"):

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    Gonzaga's teamleader, averaging 15,9 ppg./ 8,4 rpg. / 1,4 apg. / 1,6 spg.
    By many again considered a late first, or early second rounder in the next draft.

    Christian Standhardinger (Hawai / Junior / 6'8"):

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    After a rather unpleasent time at the U. of Nebraska, and a failed transfer to Rutgers, the former german U20 NT player finally ended up with the U. of Hawai, where he's currently averaging 17,0 ppg. / 7,0 rpg. / 1,2 apg. / 1,8 rpg.

    Michael Kessens (Longwood / Freshman / 6'9"):

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    The former german U20 NT player plays a sensationel freshman season for Longwood, averaging 13,0 ppg. / 11,4 rpg. / 2,1 bpg.

    Dennis Ogbe (Tennessee Tech / Junior / 6'7"):

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    In his third year for the Golden Eagles finalley with around 22 minutes playing time, averaging 8,2 ppg. / 3,7 rpg. / 1,5 apg.

    Kevin Bright (Vanderbilt / Freshman / 6'5"):

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    Starting as a freshman, averaging 6,8 ppg. / 7,2 rpg. / 1,5 apg. in almost 29 minutes playing time.

    Martin Seiferth (Eastern Washington / Sohomore / 6'10"):

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    After sitting out last season, he now took over the starting job at center, averaging 9,0 ppg. / 6,9 rpg. / 3,0 bpg.

    Patrick Heckmann (Boston College / Sophomore / 6'5"):

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    Averaging 22 minutes per game with 8,6 ppg. / 2,4 rpg., shooting solid 52% 3pointers

    Dennis Kramer (San Diego / Junior / 6'11"):

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    No major improvement in his third year for San Diego, but still averaging solid 7,8 ppg. / 3,4 rpg. / 1,1 bpg. in 20,5 minutes per game

    T.J. DiLeo (Temple / Senior / 6'3"):

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    In his final year for Temple turning into a solid role player, averaging 4,2ppg. / 2,2 rpg. / 2,6 apg. in 22,8 minutes per game.

    Sebastian Koch (Elon / Junior / 6'8"):

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    usually starting for Elon, averaging 7,6ppg. / 4,6 rpg. / 2,5 apg and 53% 3pointers in nearly 26 minutes per game.
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    Part II:

    Nils Giffey (Connecticut / Junior / 6'7"):

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    Averaging 20 minutes per game from the bench with 5,0 ppg. / 3,9 rpg.

    Enosch Wolf (Connecticut / Junior / 7'1"):

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    In his third year finally seeing a little more playing time as a backup center, averaging 3,1 ppg. / 2,3 rpg. while shooting 61% from the field in 11 minutes per game.

    Leon Tolksdorf (Connecticut / Freshman / 6'8"):

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    Teammate of Giffey and Wolf, playing so far only 5,5 minutes per game in his first year for UConn

    Jarelle Reischel (Rhode Island / Sophomore / 6'6"):

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    Sitting out this season after transfering from Rice to Rhode Island. As a freshman for Rice, he averaged 5,7 ppg. / 2,7 rpg. in 14 minutes per game

    Thomas Reuter (Eastern Washington / Freshman / 6'6"):

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    Teammate of Martin Seiferth, averaging 4,3 ppg. & 2,0 rpg. while shooting43% 3pointers in just over 15 minutes per game.

    Jon Mesghna (Maine / Junior / 6'6"):

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    The junior forward, usually starting for Maine, averages 7,1 ppg. & 3,7 rpg. in almost 28 minutes per game as a starter.

    Till Gloger (Maine / Freshman / 6'8"):

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    Averaging 3,8 ppg. / 2,3 rpg. and 55% FG in just over 12 minutes per game

    Mario Blessing /USC Upstate / Sophomore / 6'2"):

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    In his second year for the Spartans, averaging 21 minutes with 3,2 ppg. / 2,3 apg.


    While there is still a large number of german talents attending College in the States, there are lately more and more top talents deciding to rather join german pro teams instead - players like:

    Danilo Barthel (PF / 6'10" / 21 years / Skyliners Frankfurt)
    Besnik Bekthesi (PG / 6'2" / 19 years / Neckar Riesen Ludwigsburg)
    Fabian Bleck (SF / 6'6" / 19 years / Phoenix Hagen)
    Anthony Canty (PG / 6'0" / 21 years / Eisbaeren Bremerhaven)
    Konstantin Klein (PG / 6'2"/ 21 years / Skyliners Frankfurt)
    Maximilian Kleber (PF / 6'10" / 20 years / S. Oliver Baskets Wuerzburg)

    - to be continued -
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    Wow thanks for this list. Maybe someone is lucky enough to make it to the nba...i hope so.
    Is there a way to find out more about this talents? Would be interesting how the optimize there jump power...right now got my jump exercises from Sprungkrafttraining but im searchin for new ones. Yout got some for me? would be nice!
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