March Madness NBA Prospect Watch: Elite 8

Mar 25, 2012; Atlanta, GA, USA; Baylor Bears forward Perry Jones III (1) tries to gain control of the ball ahead of Kentucky Wildcats forward Anthony Davis (23) in the second half during the finals of the south region of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-US PRESSWIRE

Round of 64 Performances.

Round of 32 Performances.

Sweet 16 Performances.

Prospect Projections taken from DraftExpress. If Geoff Petrie remained in St. Louis, he caught a lot of prospects in the Elite 8 tourney games there as Baylor lost to Kentucky and Kansas beat North Carolina. Between these 4 schools, you could fill the lottery up with prospects and not have many spots left over.

After the jump, the round-up of prospects from the Elite 8. 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 3/23/12)

18 points (6 of 9 from field, 6 of 8 from FT line), 11 rebounds (3 offensive), 1 assist (0 turnovers), 2 steals, 6 blocks, 4 fouls in 32 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kentucky (Projected #3 as of 3/23/12)

19 points (7 of 10 from field, 1 of 1 from three, 4 of 4 from FT line), 5 rebounds (2 offensive), 1 assists (3 turnover), 5 fouls in 27 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

Thomas Robinson, Kansas (Projected #4 as of 3/23/12)

18 points (6 of 16 from field, 1 of 1 from three, 5 of 5 from FT line), 9 rebounds (1 offensive), 1 turnover, 3 fouls in 32 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

Bradley Beal, Florida (Projected #5 as of 3/23/12)

14 points (6 of 12 from field, 2 of 5 from three), 7 rebounds (2 offensive), 4 assists (2 turnovers), 1 steal, 1 foul in 36 minutes. Eliminated.

Jared Sullinger, Ohio State (Projected #6 as of 3/23/12)

19 points (5 of 9 from field, 9 of 12 from FT line), 7 rebounds (3 offensive), 1 assist (2 turnovers), 1 steal, 1 block, 3 fouls in 26 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

Harrison Barnes, North Carolina (Projected #7 as of 3/23/12)

13 points (5 of 14 from field, 0 of 5 from three, 3 of 5 from FT line), 4 rebounds (1 offensive), 4 assists (3 turnovers), 4 fouls in 36 minutes. Eliminated.

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

10 points (5 of 12 from field), 4 rebounds (1 offensive), 1 turnover, 1 block, 2 fouls in 27 minutes. Eliminated.

Perry Jones, Baylor (Projected #9 as of 3/23/12)

17 points (6 of 14 from field, 1 of 2 from three, 4 of 5 from FT line), 8 rebounds (3 offensive), 2 assists (4 turnovers), 4 fouls in 34 minutes. Eliminated.

Tyler Zeller, North Carolina (Projected #10 as of 3/23/12)

12 points (6 of 11 from field), 6 rebounds (2 offensive), 1 assist (2 turnovers), 4 blocks, 2 fouls in 34 minutes. Eliminated.

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

12 points (3 of 7 from field, 0 of 1 from three, 6 of 12 from FT line), 9 rebounds (2 offensive), 6 assists (2 turnovers), 2 steals, 3 blocks, 1 foul in 35 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

Kendall Marshall, North Carolina (Projected #14 as of 3/23/12 )

Injured, Did Not Play. Eliminated.

Quincy Miller, Baylor (Projected #16 as of 3/23/12 )

3 points (1 of 6 from field, 1 of 2 from three), 6 rebounds, 1 assist (1 turnover), 2 blocks, 3 fouls in 19 minutes. Eliminated.

Dion Waiters, Syracuse (Projected #23 as of 3/23/12 )

9 points (2 of 8 from field, 0 of 1 from three, 5 of 6 from FT line), 1 rebound, 2 assists (2 turnovers), 2 steals, 5 fouls in 20 minutes. Eliminated.

Tyshawn Taylor, Kansas (Projected #28 as of 3/23/12 )

22 points (10 of 19 from field, 0 of 5 from three, 2 of 4 from FT line), 6 rebounds, 5 assists (3 turnovers), 5 steals, 2 fouls in 36 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

Doron Lamb, Kentucky (Projected #33 as of 3/23/12 )

14 points (3 of 7 from field, 1 of 3 from three, 7 of 12 from FT line), 1 rebound, 1 assist (2 turnovers), 2 steals, 2 fouls in 32 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

William Buford, Ohio State (Projected #50 as of 3/23/12 )

13 points (3 of 12 from field, 1 of 5 from three, 6 of 8 from FT line), 9 rebounds (3 offensive), 2 assists (1 turnover), 3 fouls in 40 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

Kris Joseph, Syracuse (Projected #51 as of 3/18/12 )

10 points (4 of 11 from field, 0 of 2 from three, 2 of 3 from FT line), 2 rebounds (2 offensive), 4 turnovers, 3 steals, 1 block, 1 foul in 37 minutes. Eliminated.

Darius Miller, Kentucky (Projected #52 as of 3/26/12)

8 points (2 of 6 from field, 0 of 2 from three, 4 of 4 from FT line), 3 assists (1 turnover), 2 steals, 2 fouls in 35 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

*** Projected 2013 Draft Prospects ***

James McAdoo, North Carolina (Projected 2013 #3 as of 3/26/12)

15 points (6 of 8 from field, 3 of 3 from FT line), 4 rebounds (1 offensive), 1 turnover, 1 block, 2 fouls in 25 minutes. Eliminated.

Patric Young, Florida (Projected 2013 #10 as of 3/23/12 )

11 points (5 of 7 from field, 1 of 2 from FT line), 6 rebounds (2 offensive), 2 turnovers, 2 steals, 3 fouls in 32 minutes. Eliminated.

Marquis Teague, Kentucky (Projected 2013 #16 as of 3/26/12)

8 points (2 of 4 from field, 1 of 1 from three, 3 of 4 from FT line), 3 rebounds, 3 assists (4 turnovers), 1 steal, 3 fouls in 30 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

Jeff Withey, Kansas (Projected 2013 #26 as of 3/26/12)

15 points (5 of 5 from field, 5 of 6 from FT line), 8 rebounds (2 offensive), 3 blocks, 4 fouls in 28 minutes. Continuing on to Final Four.

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