10 Schools That Fill an NBA Starting Five

    
December 21st, 2006

The team's on this list will not surprise you. Ten school's have enough NBA graduates to fill a complete starting 5.. From point guard to center. 9 of the schools also go deep enough to include a 6th man. 12 more schools come close.. Filling 4 of 5 positions. This is not a list for mid-major fans.. As the NBA is loaded with alumns of the consistently solid power conference schools.

ACTIVE NBA PLAYER/BY POSITION/SAME COLLEGE

Connecticut
PG: Marcus Williams
SG: Ray Allen
SF: Caron Butler
PF: Charlie Villanueva
C: Emeka Okafor
6th Man: Richard Hamilton

Duke
PG: Chris Duhon
SG: Luol Deng
SF: Grant Hill
PF: Elton Brand
C: Carlos Boozer
6th Man: Corey Maggette

Florida
PG: Jason Williams
SG: Mike Miller
SF: David Lee
PF: Udonis Haslem
C: Matt Bonner
6th Man: Anthony Roberson

Kansas
PG: Kirk Hinrich
SG: Paul Pierce
SF: Wayne Simien
PF: Drew Gooden
C: Nick Collison
6th Man: Jacque Vaughn

Kentucky
PG: Rajon Rondo
SG: Derek Anderson
SF: Tayshaun Prince
PF: Antoine Walker
C: Nazr Mohammed
6th Man: Chuck Hayes

Michigan State
PG: Eric Snow
SG: Jason Richardson
SF: Morris Peterson
PF: Zach Randolph
C: Paul Davis
6th Man: Charlie Bell

North Carolina
PG: Raymond Felton
SG: Vince Carter
SF: Antawn Jamison
PF: Rasheed Wallace
C: Brendan Haywood
6th Man: Jerry Stackhouse

Stanford
PG: Brevin Knight
SG: Josh Childress
SF: Mark Madsen
PF: Jason Collins
C: Jarron Collins
6th Man: N/A

Texas
PG: T.J. Ford
SG: Maurice Evans
SF: P.J. Tucker
PF: LaMarcus Aldridge
C: Chris Mihm
6th Man: Daniel Gibson

UCLA
PG: Baron Davis
SG: Jason Kapono
SF: Matt Barnes
PF: Trevor Ariza
C: Dan Gadzuric
6th Man: Earl Watson

NEAR MISSES

Arizona
Channing Frye is only PF/C

California
Not a single SG

Cincinnati
Not a single PG

Georgetown
Not a single SG

Georgia Tech
Not a single SG

Illinois
Not a single SF

Maryland
Not a single SF

Michigan
Not a single PG

Minnesota
Kris Humphries is only SF/PF

Syracuse
Not a single SG

Villanova
Not a single C

Wake Forest
Josh Howard is only SG/SF