USA All-Time Nike Hoop Summit Roster By Collegiate Affiliation

  • Date:
    Jun 14, 2013

Alabama
Richard Hendrix (2005)
Arkansas
Derek Hood (1995)
Joe Johnson (1999)
Bobby Portis (2013)
Arizona
Jerryd Bayless (2007)
Mike Bibby (1996)
Aaron Gordon (2013)
Rondaé Hollis-Jefferson (2013)
Stanley Johnson (2014)
J.P. Prince (2005)
Kaleb Tarczewski (2012)
Allonzo Trier (2015)
Loren Woods (1996)
California
Shareef Abdur-Rahim (1995)
Jaylen Brown (2015)
Ivan Rabb (2015)
Connecticut
Rudy Gay (2004)
DePaul (IL)
Andre Brown (2000)
Quentin Richardson (1998)
Duke (NC)
William Avery (1997)
Shane Battier (1997)
Marques Bolden (2016)
Elton Brand (1997)
Chris Burgess (1997)
Quinn Cook (2011)
Chris Duhon (2000)
Michael Dunleavy (1999)
^Harry Giles (2016)
Gerald Henderson Jr. (2006)
Brandon Ingram (2015)
Kyrie Irving (2010)
Frank Jackson (2016)
Chase Jeter (2015)
Tyus Jones (2014)
Luke Kennard (2015)
Jahlil Okafor (2014)
Jabari Parker (2013)
Greg Paulus (2005)
Mason Plumlee (2009)
Austin Rivers (2011)
Casey Sanders (1999)
Kyle Singler (2007)
Nolan Smith (2007)
Rasheed Sulaimon (2012)
Jayson Tatum (2016)
Jason Williams (1999)
Justise Winslow (2014)
Florida
Bradley Beal (2011)
Kasey Hill (2013)
Patric Young (2010)
Florida State
Jonathan Isaac (2016)
Fresno State (CA)
Winfred Walton (1996)
Georgetown (DC)
Vernon Macklin (2006)
Greg Monroe (2008)
Anthony Perry (1997)
Georgia Tech
Jason Collier (1996)
Dion Glover (1997)
Stephon Marbury (1995)
Thaddeus Young (2006)
Illinois
Meyers Leonard (2010)
Indiana
James Blackmon Jr. (2014)
Dane Fife (1998)
Jared Jeffries (2000)
Luke Recker (1997)
Noah Vonleh (2013)
D.J. White (2004)
Iowa
*Luke Recker (1997)
Kansas
Cliff Alexander (2014)
Eric Chenowith (1997)
Nick Collison (1999)
Xavier Henry (2009)
Kirk Hinrich (1999)
Josh Jackson (2016)
Kelly Oubre (2014)
Ryan Robertson (1995)
Brandon Rush (2005)
Julian Wright (2005)
Kansas State
Michael Beasley (2007)
Kentucky
Isaiah Briscoe (2015)
Anthony Davis (2011)
DeMarcus Cousins (2009)
De'Aaron Fox (2016)
Wenyen Gabriel (2016)
Michael Gilchrist (2011)
Archie Goodwin (2012)
Aaron Harrison (2013)
Andrew Harrison (2013)
Brandon Knight (2010)
Nerlens Noel (2012)
Jason Parker (1999)
Patrick Patterson (2007)
Julius Randle (2013)
Marvin Stone (1999)
Marquis Teague (2011)
Wayne Turner (1995)
John Wall (2009)
Louisiana State
Stromile Swift (1998)
Memphis
Will Barton (2010)
Tyreke Evans (2008)
Derrick Rose (2007)
Adonis Thomas (2011)
Miami (FL)
Darius Rice (2000)
Michigan
Kevin Gaines (1999)
Mitch McGary (2012)
Robert Traylor (1995)
*Albert White (1995)
Michigan State
Gary Harris (2012)
Joshua Langford (2016)
Zach Randolph (2000)
Marcus Taylor (2000)
Mississippi State
Malik Newman (2015)
Renardo Sidney (2009)
Missouri
Albert White (1995)
North Carolina
Harrison Barnes (2010)
Joel Berry II (2014)
Reggie Bullock (2010)
Jason Capel (1998)
Eddie Cota (1996)
Ronald Curry (1998)
Ed Davis (2008)
Tyler Hansbrough (2005)
John Henson (2009)
Antawn Jamison (1995)
Tywon Lawson (2006)
Kendall Marshall (2010)
James McAdoo (2011)
Leslie McDonald (2009)
Theo Pinson (2014)
Brandan Wright (2006)
North Carolina State
Scooter Sherrill (2000)
Notre Dame
*Ryan Humphrey (1997)
Demetrius Jackson (2013)
Ohio State
Jared Sullinger (2010)
Oklahoma
Ryan Humphrey (1997)
Oklahoma State
Glendon Alexander (1996)
Oregon
Mailik Hairston (2004)
Payton Pritchard (2016)
Oregon State
Corey Benjamin (1996)
Pittsburgh
James Robinson (2012)
Purdue (IN)
Jaraan Cornell (1996)
Caleb Swanigan (2015)
St. John's (NY)
Ron Artest (1997)
Erick Barkley (1998)
Omar Cook (2000)
St. Louis (MO)
Larry Hughes (1997)
South Carolina
Chuck Edison (1999)
Rolando Howell (2000)
Tony Kitchings (1998)
B.J. McKie (1995)
Southern California
Demar DeRozan (2008)
O.J. Mayo (2007)
Stanford (CA)
Casey Jacobsen (1999)
Reid Travis (2014)
Syracuse (NY)
Rakeem Christmas (2011)
Jonny Flynn (2007)
Donte' Greene (2007)
Paul Harris (2006)
Temple (PA)
Kevin Lyde (1998)
Tennessee
Tobias Harris (2010)
Scotty Hopson (2008)
Texas
Jarrett Allen (2016)
Kris Clack (1995)
Avery Bradley (2009)
Kevin Durant (2006)
Daniel Gibson (2004)
Myles Turner (2014)
Mike Williams (2004)
Texas A & M
Nick Anderson (2000)
Jerald Brown (1996)
Joe Jones (2004)
UCLA
Jerime Anderson (2008)
Kyle Anderson (2012)
T.J. Cummings (2000)
Baron Davis (1997)
Jordan Farmar (2004)
Drew Gordon (2008)
Jrue Holiday (2008)
Malcolm Lee (2008)
Kevin Love (2007)
Jelani McCoy (1995)
Mike Moser (2009)
Shabazz Muhammad (2012)
Tony Parker (2012)
JaRon Rush (1998)
Ray Young (1998)
UNLV
Stephen Zimmerman (2015)
Utah
*Chris Burgess (1997)
Villanova
Jalen Brunson (2015)
Virginia
William Dersch (1996)
Travis Watson (1999)
Wake Forest (NC)
Al-Farouq Aminu (2008)
*Loren Woods (1996)
Washington
Jon Brockman (2005)
Markelle Fultz (2016)
Abdul Gaddy (2009)
Spencer Hawes (2006)
Tony Wroten (2011)
Directly To NBA:
Monta Ellis (2005)
Kevin Garnett (1995)
Al Harrington (1998)
Al Jefferson (2004)
Rashard Lewis (1998)
Darius Miles (2000)
Jermaine O'Neal (1996)
Josh Smith (2004)
J.R. Smith (2004)
Sebastian Telfair (2004)
Martell Webster (2005)
Louis Williams (2005)

 

*Transferred to college indicated.
^Attended but did not play due to prior injury.

 

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