ABA/NBA Black College Players 1980-2009 2017-05-19T05:22:29+00:00

1948-68    1968-71    1972-79     1980-2009

1980-2009


Year, Player/School, Ht., Pos., Draft, Draft no., Team

       
1980Monti Davis
Tennessee State
6-7G1-2121 Philadelphia 76ers
Larry Smith
Alcorn State
6-8F/C2-121Golden State Warriors
Rick Mahorn
Hampton Institute
6-10F/C2-1232 Washington Bullets
Tony Murphy
Southern
3-1662 Kansas City Kings
Carl Bailey
Tuskegee Institute
7-0C3-2066Seattle Supersonics
Reggie Gaines
Winston-Salem State
G3-2167Philadelphia 76ers
Harold Hubbard
Savannah State
4-2190Philadelphia 76ers
Carlos Terry
Winston-Salem State
6-5G5-16104Los Angeles Lakers
Donald Cooper
St Augustine’s
6-21136Philadelphia 76ers
Kenny Evans
Norfolk State
6-23138Boston Celtics
Charles Hightower
Dillard
7-18156Atlanta Hawks
Keith Valentine
Virginia Union
8-14174Milwaukee Bucks
Martin Lemelle
Grambling State
8-17177Philadelphia 76ers
Melvin Crafter
Central State, Ohio
9-8187Cleveland Cavaliers
Clinton Wyatt
Alcorn State
9-12191Washington Bullets
Melvin Crayton
Alabama State
10-11210Milwaukee Bucks
1981Kevin Loder
Alabama State
7-0C1-1717Kansas City Kings
Larry Spriggs
Howard
6-7F4-1281 Houston Rockets
Darryl Warwick
Hampton
6-6121 Atlanta Hawks
Robert Williams
Grambling State
6-10125Grambling State
Norman Shavers
Jackson State
6-18133San Antonio Spurs
Robert Martell
Houston Baptist
7-11149 Washington Bullets
David Williams
Southern
7-20158Phoenix Suns
Eddie Baker
Alcorn State
9-2185Detroit Pistons
Leonel Marquetti
Hampton Institute
9-16199San Antonio Spurs
Ralton Way
Houston Baptist
10-9212Washington Bullets
1982Audie Norris
Jackson State
6-9C2-1437Portland TrailBlazers
Ken Simpson
Grambling State
6-7F5-597Kansas City Kings
Albert Irving
Alcorn State
5-14106Golden State Warriors
James Ratliff
Howard
8-11122Atlanta Hawks
Donald Seals
Jackson State
6-9C8-22183Philadelphia 76ers
Pierre Bland
Elizabeth City State
9-10194Atlanta Hawks
James Terry
Howard
6-2G9-12196Washington Bullets
George Melton
Cheyney State
9-20204Philadelphia 76ers
Donald Sinclair
North Carolina Central
6-7F10-12217Washington Bullets
1983Michael Britt
UDC
1983 Div. II Champions
6-2G2-832Washington Bullets
Greg Hines
Hampton Institute
6-8F3-699 Golden State Warriors
Danny Dixon
Alabama A&M
5-22115Los Angeles Lakers
Mike Milligan
Tennessee State
5-23116 Philadelphia 76ers
Donald Carroll
St Augustine’s
6-10126Washington Bullets
Danny Womack
Winston-Salem State
7-10149Washington Bullets
Bernard Perry
Howard
G9-10172Washington Bullets
Tony Washington
Hampton Institute
G9-16200Seattle Supersonics
David Binion
North Carolina Central
6-7F10-15221Seattle Supersonics
1984Earl Jones
UDC
7-0C1-2323Los Angeles Lakers
Lewis Jackson
Alabama State
5-9G3-855San Antonio Spurs
David Pope
Norfolk State
6-7F3-1562Utah Stars
Ken Bannister
St Augustine’s
NCAA II finalist
6-9C7-17156 New York Knicks
Napoleon Johnson
Grambling State
6-11f10+14226Milwaukee Bucks
Mike Toomer
Florida A&M
10-20226Milwaukee Bucks
Ron Cavenall
Texas Southern
7-1cNew York Knicks
(Free Agent)

       
1985Charles Oakley
Virginia Union
Div. II Champions
6-9C1-99Cleveland Cavaliers
Anicet Lavodrama
Houston Baptist
3-552 Los Angeles Clippers
Matt England
Houston Baptist
6-11127Washington Bullets
Eric Boyd
NC A&T
6-5F7-2141 Golden State Warriors
Michael Phelps
Alcorn State
6-4G7-5144Seattle Supersonics
1986Joe Binion
NC A&T
6-8F3-1057San Antonio Spurs
Mark Coleman
Mississippi Valley State
7-0C7-22161Los Angeles Lakers
1987Ron Moore
West Virginia State
7-0C2-212New York Knicks
Lester Fonville
Jackson State
7-0C2-629Portland Trail Blazers
Jamie Waller
Virginia Union
6-4G3-248New Jersey Nets
Reuben Holmes
Alabama State
6-11C4-1584 Utah Jazz
Ralph Talley
Norfolk State
6-1G4-2392Los Angeles Lakers
Rowan Gomes
Hampton Institute
6-7F7-8146Denver Nuggets
Ronnie Legette
West Virginia State
G7-14152Golden State Warriors
Warren Spraggins
Virginia Union
6-4G New Jersey Nets (ABA)
1988Anthony Mason
Tennessee State
6-7F3-353Portland Trail Blazers
Lee Johnson
Norfolk State
3-2272Detroit Pistons
Avery Johnson
Southern
5-10GSeattle Supersonics
1999 NBA champs, San Antonio Spurs
1989Terry Davis
Virginia Union
6-9F Miami Heat (Free Agent)
1990Albert J. English
Virginia Union
6-3G2-1037 Washington Bullets
Kenny Williams
Elizabeth City State
6-9F2-1946 Indiana Pacers
1991Bobby Phills
Southern
6-6F2-1845Milwaukee Bucks
Larry Stewart
Coppin State
6-8FWashington Bullets
1992Steve Rogers
Alabama State
6-5G2-1340New Jersey Nets
1993Lindsay Hunter
Jackson State
6-0G1-1010Detroit Pistons
NBA Champs LAL, 2002 …Detroit, 2004
Alphonso Ford
Mississippi Valley
6-0G2-532 Philadelphia 76ers
Euro League All-Time Scoring Leader
Mark Buford
Mississippi Valley
7-0C2-4549 Phoenix Suns
Leonard White
Southern
6-9F2-5050Los Angeles Clippers
Harold Ellis
Morehouse
6-5GLos Angeles Clippers
1994Carlos Rogers
Tennessee State
6-11F/C1-1111Seattle Supersonics
Ryan Lotheridge
Jackson State
6-4GGolden State Warriors
Darrell Armstrong
Fayetteville State
6-0GOrlando Magic
1995Priest Lauderdale
Central State, Ohio
7-4C1-2828 Atlanta Hawks
Peristeri Nikas (Greece)
Shawn Harvey
West Virginia State
6-4G2-534 Dallas Mavericks
Marcus Mann
Mississippi Valley State
2-1140Golden State Warriors
Ben Wallace
Virginia Union
6-9CWashington Bullets
2004 NBA champs, Detroit Pistons
Emmanuel Davis
Delaware State
6-4GHouston Rockets
1997Travis Williams
South Carolina State
6-6FCharlotte Bobcats
1998Jerome James
Florida A&M
7-0C2-736 Sacramento Kings
1999
2000
2001
2002Ron Murray
Shaw
6-3G2-4141Chicago Bulls
2003
2004David Young
North Carolina Central
6-5g241Seattle Supersonics
2005Devin Green
Hampton
6-7G Los Angeles Lakers
2007
2008Trey Johnson
Jackson State
6-5GCleveland Cavaliers
2009

*= First players to be signed in the National Basketball Association

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