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Coming out of high school a year ago, John Wall was already being touted by some observers as the top prospect for the 2010 NBA Draft. After a year at Kentucky, he has done nothing to dispel that notion. Although he and the Wildcats came up short in the NCAA tournament, Wall had a superb freshman season, averaging 16.6 points and 6.5 assists a game. Providing they both leave school as expected, Wall and Ohio State’s Evan Turner are the leading candidates to become the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft. Both were named to the Associated Press All-America team announced Monday, with Turner receiving the highest point total overall. However, Wall’s quickness, explosiveness and floor leadership make him more attractive in many expert’s eyes—particularly for ...

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