March Madness NBA Prospect Watch: Round of 32

GREENSBORO, NC - MARCH 18: Kendall Marshall #5 of the North Carolina Tar Heels looks on in the second half against the Creighton Bluejays during the third round of the 2012 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Greensboro Coliseum on March 18, 2012 in Greensboro, North Carolina. Head coach Roy Williams of the Tar Heels announced that Marshall fractured his right wrist after he was fouled in the second half. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Round of 64 Performances.

Prospect Projections taken from DraftExpress.

After the jump, the round-up of prospects from the Round of 32. Clicking on a prospect's name will take you to their DraftExpress Profile Page in a new window. This will show you all the basic information on a player, including position (both in college and NBA projected), height, NCAA stats, etc.

Anthony Davis, Kentucky (Projected #1 as of 3/18/12)

15 points (4 of 9 from field, 0 of 1 from three, 7 of 9 from FT line), 12 rebounds (4 offensive), 5 assists (3 turnovers), 2 blocks, 2 fouls in 40 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kentucky (Projected #2 as of 3/18/12)

2 points (1 of 4 from field, 0 of 1 from three), 7 rebounds (2 offensive), 1 assist (2 turnovers), 2 fouls in 33 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Thomas Robinson, Kansas (Projected #3 as of 3/18/12)

11 points (2 of 14 from field, 7 of 11 from FT line), 12 rebounds (4 offensive), 3 assists (2 turnovers), 2 steals, 1 block, 2 fouls in 35 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Jared Sullinger, Ohio State (Projected #5 as of 3/18/12)

18 points (5 of 9 from field, 2 of 2 from three, 6 of 7 from FT line), 4 rebounds (1 offensive), 1 turnover, 1 steal, 3 fouls in 26 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Harrison Barnes, North Carolina (Projected #6 as of 3/18/12 )

17 points (7 of 19 from field, 3 of 6 from three), 5 rebounds (3 offensive), 1 turnover, 1 steal, 1 foul in 31 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Perry Jones, Baylor (Projected #7 as of 3/18/12 )

7 points (3 of 8 from field, 1 of 1 from FT line), 4 rebounds (1 offensive), 1 assist (0 turnovers), 2 fouls in 27 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

John Henson, North Carolina (Projected #8 as of 3/18/12)

13 points (5 of 13 from field, 3 of 3 from FT line), 10 rebounds (1 offensive), 2 assists (1 turnover), 1 steal, 4 blocks, 1 foul in 28 minutes.. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Tyler Zeller, North Carolina (Projected #9 as of 3/18/12 )

11 points (4 of 7 from field, 3 of 3 from FT line), 6 rebounds, 1 block, 3 fouls in 25 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Bradley Beal, Florida (Projected #10 as of 3/18/12 )

14 points (4 of 8 from field, 2 of 5 from three, 4 of 7 from FT line), 9 rebounds (1 offensive), 3 assists (4 turnovers), 2 steals, 3 fouls in 31 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Terrence Jones, Kentucky (Projected #11 as of 3/18/12 )

8 points (3 of 9 from field, 0 of 1 from three, 2 of 4 from FT line), 11 rebounds (4 offensive), 3 assists (1 turnover), 1 steal, 1 block, 5 fouls in 33 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Quincy Miller, Baylor (Projected #14 as of 3/18/12 )

8 points (3 of 9 from field, 2 of 2 from FT line), 5 rebounds (1 offensive), 1 assist (2 turnovers), 1 steal, 2 blocks, 2 fouls in 23 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Kendall Marshall, North Carolina (Projected #18 as of 3/18/12 )

18 points (7-8 from field, 1 of 2 from three, 3 of 6 from FT line), 4 rebounds (2 offensive), 11 assists (4 turnovers), 1 foul in 36 minutes. UNC is advancing to the Sweet 16, but Marshall broke his wrist during the game so he is likely out for the duration.

Jeff Taylor, Vanderbilt (Projected #19 as of 3/18/12 )

9 points (4 of 12 from field, 1 of 5 from three), 1 rebound, 3 turnovers, 1 block, 3 fouls in 30 minutes. Eliminated.

Dion Waiters, Syracuse (Projected #25 as of 3/18/12 )

18 points (5 of 9 from field, 1 of 2 from three, 7 of 7 from FT line), 3 rebounds, 1 assist (1 turnover), 2 steals, 2 fouls in 24 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Patric Young, Florida (Projected #26 as of 3/18/12 )

6 points (2 of 3 from field, 2 of 4 from FT line), 4 rebounds (3 offensive), 0 fouls in 26 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Tyshawn Taylor, Kansas (Projected #28 as of 3/18/12 )

10 points (4 of 11 from field, 0 of 4 from three, 2 of 2 from FT line), 1 rebound, 4 assists (2 turnovers), 1 steal, 4 fouls in 35 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Draymond Green, Michigan St. (Projected #29 as of 3/18/12)

16 points (6 of 11 from field, 2 of 4 from three, 2 of 3 from FT line), 13 rebounds (2 offensive), 6 assists (3 turnovers), 2 steals, 3 fouls in 35 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Festus Ezeli, Vanderbilt (Projected #31 as of 3/18/12 )

14 points (5 of 7 from field, 4 of 6 from FT line), 11 rebounds (3 offensive), 2 turnovers, 1 steal, 1 block, 1 foul in 27 minutes. Eliminated.

Doron Lamb, Kentucky (Projected #32 as of 3/18/12 )

16 points (5 of 8 from field, 5 of 7 from three, 1 of 2 from FT line), 1 turnover, 4 fouls in 20 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

John Jenkins, Vanderbilt (Projected #34 as of 3/18/12 )

13 points (3 of 13 from field, 2 of 9 from three, 5 of 6 from FT line), 2 rebounds, 2 assists (1 turnover), 1 steal, 2 fouls in 33 minutes. Eliminated.

Darius Johnson-Odom, Marquette (Projected #37 as of 3/18/12 )

17 points (6 of 14 from field, 1 of 6 from three, 4 of 6 from FT line), 2 rebounds, 1 assist (0 turnovers), 1 steal, 0 fouls in 38 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Jae Crowder, Marquette (Projected #41 as of 3/18/12 )

17 points (6 of 13 from field, 1 of 5 from three, 4 of 7 from FT line), 13 rebounds (2 offensive), 2 assists (1 turnover), 3 steals, 2 blocks, 2 fouls in 39 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Drew Gordon, New Mexico (Projected #45 as of 3/18/12 )

21 points (8 of 15 from field, 1 of 1 from three, 4 of 5 from FT line), 14 rebounds (9 offensive), 2 assists (1 turnover), 1 steal, 2 fouls in 35 minutes. Eliminated.

Tu Holloway, Xavier (Projected #47 as of 3/18/12 )

21 points (6 of 15 from field, 4 of 8 from three, 5 of 7 from FT line), 2 rebounds, 2 assists (2 turnovers), 1 steal, 2 fouls in 39 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

William Buford, Ohio State (Projected #49 as of 3/18/12 )

13 points (4 of 13 from field, 2 of 7 from three, 3 of 4 from FT line), 5 rebounds, 1 assist (1 turnover), 1 steal, 3 fouls in 40 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Kris Joseph, Syracuse (Projected #50 as of 3/18/12 )

11 points (2 of 7 from field, 0 of 1 from three, 7 of 8 from FT line), 1 rebound, 2 turnovers, 1 steal, 4 fouls in 27 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Henry Sims, Georgetown (Projected #53 as of 3/18/12 )

4 points (1 of 3 from field, 2 of 2 from FT line), 3 rebounds, 2 assists (2 turnovers), 1 block, 5 fouls in 21 minutes. Eliminated.

Jordan Taylor, Wisconsin (Projected #57 as of 3/18/12 )

14 points (5 of 15 from field, 3 of 10 from three, 1 of 1 from FT line), 2 rebounds, 3 assists (2 turnovers), 1 foul in 39 minutes. Continuing on to Sweet 16.

Bernard James, Florida State (Projected #60 as of 3/18/12 )

12 points (6 of 13 from field, 0 of 1 from FT line), 5 rebounds (1 offensive), 4 turnovers, 3 blocks, 3 fouls in 32 minutes. Eliminated.

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