C.J. Massinburg is a 6’3” senior combo guard for the Buffalo Bulls. Massinburg, a returning First-Team All-MAC selection, has propelled his team to the strongest start in modern program history (16-1). No stranger to the limelight after leading the Bulls to a first round upset over Arizona in last year’s NCAA tournament, Massinburg has continued to excel in prime time, notching his two highest scoring performances in victories at #13 WVU (43 points) and at Syracuse (25 points). Massinburg, an emerging senior prospect, will look to parlay continued team success into increased exposure and buzz amongst NBA evaluators.
Kerwin Roach II is a 6’4” senior combo guard for the Texas Longhorns. Roach is one of the most explosive athletes in college basketball, with a rare combination of straight-line speed, lateral quickness, accelerative burst, and vertical bounce. These physical attributes have contributed to Roach being tagged as a high upside prospect since his freshman year, with scouts hoping to see him round out his game with refined, translatable ball skills and decision-making. Although pure athleticism remains his most prominent differentiator as a prospect, Roach has shown that there’s certainly more to his game.
Juwan Morgan is a 6’8” senior forward from Indiana. Morgan tested the NBA Draft waters last year, and it is certainly evident that he took the constructive criticism offered by NBA scouts and executives and applied himself to improve his game in preparation for the next level. Morgan’s final stint as a Hoosier is off to a tremendous start, and all signs point toward continued efficient production throughout Big Ten conference play.
Cameron Johnson is a 6’8.5” bonafide sniping 5th year senior from North Carolina. Johnson is off to a scorching hot start, and is one of the most efficient seniors in college basketball. A former transfer from Pittsburgh (also his hometown), Johnson has continued to improve his game year-over-year, and clarified to scouts the translatability of his prospect archetype to an eventual role in the NBA as a stretch forward.
📝PBC Internships📝 Applications for spring 2019 are now open. We are looking to add passionate individuals to help take the Professional Basketball Combine to the next level.
In 2019, the PBC is going to be bigger than ever and we want your help to make it happen. If you believe you have what it takes, we look forward to receiving your application.
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We are extremely excited to welcome new people to the PBC team! Good luck to everyone who applies.
1.Wes Clark – 32 in.
2.Kaiser Gates – 31.5 in.
3.Dikembe Dixson – 30.5 in.
1.Wes Clark – 39.5 in
2.Darius Thompson and Dikembe Dixson – 37 in
3.LiAngelo Ball – 36.5 in
1.Jared Terrell – 2.93 seconds
2.Kendrick Nunn – 2.94 seconds
3.Darius Thompson – 2.95 seconds
¾ Court Sprint:
1.Wes Clark – 3.16 seconds
2.Dikembe Dixson – 3.24 seconds
3.LaGerald Vick – 3.26 seconds
1.Wes Clark – 10.67 seconds
2.JP Macura – 11.09 seconds
3.Kendrick Nunn – 11.15 seconds
1.Junior Robinson – 33.5 in
2.Brandon Sampson – 32.5 in
3.Kam Williams and Daxter Miles – 31.5 in
1.Brandon Sampson – 42 in
2.Junior Robinson – 40.5 in
3.Daxter Miles Jr. – 39.5 in
1.Egor Koulechov – 2.74 seconds
2.Todd Withers – 2.79 seconds
3.Frank Bartley IV – 2.84 seconds
¾ Court Sprint:
1.Junior Robinson – 3.12 seconds
2.Daxter Miles Jr. – 3.18 seconds
3.Todd Withers – 3.26 seconds
1.Todd Withers – 10.71 seconds
2.Maverick Rowan – 10.83 seconds
3.Kendall Stephens – 11.02 seconds