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Center
Western Kentucky
Senior
7-1, 285

2002-03 Stats:
PPG: 17.8
RPG: 6.4
APG: 3.1

Chris Marcus
Notes: Injured much of past two seasons, Honorable Mention, All-American 2001-02
The Skinny:


Many people forget that two years ago, everyone thought Marcus was a surefire
lottery pick. Even last season when the foot problems started, Marcus was
thought of as a first rounder. Now, it’s a question whether or not he’ll even
get drafted. It all depends on Marcus’ foot injuries and how his recovery has
been. When healthy, he’s a legitimate presence down low offensively and
defensively, and especially on the glass. He’s a space eater and would be able
to hold his own against the likes of a Shaq.

However, the key is his health. He passed his physical in Chicago so that was
a positive. Someone will likely take a flyer on him in the second round.

Related Hoopville Articles on Chris Marcus:


3/19/03 – Adam Reich – Any Reason
3/6/03 – Andria Wenzel – Sun Belt Notebook
2/27/03 – Morning Dish
2/6/03 – Morning Dish
1/30/03 – Phil Kasiecki – Bracket Buster Pairings
1/24/03 – Brian Seymour – Quick Shots
1/16/03 – Andria Wenzel – Sun Belt Notebook
12/14/02 – Morning Dish
12/12/02 – Rick Young – Early Season Surprises
11/26/02 – Michael Ermitage – Musings Column
11/26/02 – Morning Dish
11/24/02 – Morning Dish
11/13/02 – Adam Reich – Missouri Valley Preview
11/10/02 – Rick Young – Top 25 Fantasy Players by Position
11/08/02 – Brian Seymour – Mid Continent Preview
10/31/02 – Michael Ermitage – Senior Class
10/28/02 – Adam Reich – Dicky V’s Lists
10/20/02 – Bill Thayer – The In Fashion Awards
10/16/02 – Rick Young – Fantasy Hoops 101
9/26/02 – Adam Reich – College Dream Team

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