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NBA Draft Combine 2011: BC's Reggie Jackson Highlights List Of Attendees

Reggie Jackson, the standout junior guard from Boston College, highlights a list of 44 players participating in a NBA Draft Combine, which will takes place this weekend, May 7-8, at the PNY Center in East Rutherford, NJ. It is hosted by the Nets, along with the Rockets and the Knicks.

The combine will offer prospective NBA players the chance to strut their athletic ability for scouts and coaches.

The New Jersey Nets, in conjunction with the Houston Rockets and the New York Knicks, will host a draft combine at which forty-four 2011 NBA draft- eligible players will showcase their skills in front of coaches and personnel executives from 26 NBA teams. Players will be measured and skill tested and participate in five-on-five competition. (via

Jackson will be working out on Saturday and will be joined by 21 other prospective players, including Miami's Reggie Johnson and Georgia Tech's Iman Shumpert. Day two of the combine takes place Sunday, with Rhode Island's Delroy James, Georgetown's Austin Freeman and Baylor's Lacedarius Dunn highlighting the attendees. 

Here's a look at the complete list of players attending the combine.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Olu Ashaolu (F - Louisiana Tech)
DeAngelo Casto (F - Washington State)
Mamadou Diarra (C - USC)
Kim English (G/F - Missouri)
Ashton Gibbs (G - Pittsburgh)
Troy Gillenwater (F - New Mexico State)
Josh Harrellson (C - Kentucky)
Tu Holloway (G - Xavier)
Scotty Hopson (G/F - Tennessee)
Reggie Jackson (G - Boston College)
Orlando Johnson (G - UC Santa Barbara)
Reggie Johnson (C - Miami)
Cory Joseph (G - Texas)
Guy-Marc Michel (C - Indiana)
Darius Morris (G - Michigan)
Jamine Peterson* (F - Providence/New Mexico)
Carleton Scott (F - Notre Dame)
Iman Shumpert (G - Georgia Tech)
John Shurna (F - Northwestern)
Hollis Thompson (F - Georgetown)

Sunday, May 8, 2011
Jon Diebler (G - Ohio State)
LaceDarius Dunn (G - Baylor)
Mustapha Farrakhan (G -Virginia_
Gary Flowers (F - Southern Mississippi)
Austin Freeman (G - Georgetown)
Andrew Goudelock G - College of Charleston)
Jerai Grant (F - Clemson)
Justin Holiday (F - Washington)
Tyler Honeycutt (F - UCLA)
Rick Jackson (F - Syracuse)
Delroy James (F - Rhode Island)
Ravern Johnson (F - Mississippi State)
DeAndre Liggins (G - Kentucky)
Vernon Macklin (F/C - Florida)
Damian Saunders (F - Duquesne)
Greg Smith (F/C - Fresno State)
Julyan Stone (G - UTEP)
Malcolm Thomas (F - San Diego State)
Isiah Thomas (G - Washington)
Chris Wright (G - Georgetown)