USA MEN'S U20 FIBA AMERICAS CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM ALL-TIME ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

USA MEN'S U20 FIBA AMERICAS CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM ALL-TIME ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

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A
Hassan Adams 2004 Arizona
Cory Alexander 1993 Virginia
B
Toby Bailey 1996 UCLA
Steve Blake 2000 Maryland
Joey Brown 1993 Georgetown
Louis Bullock 1996 Michigan
C
Cory Carr 1996 Texas Tech
Nick Collison 2000 Kansas
Brian Cook 2000 Illinois
Austin Croshere 1996 Providence
Bill Curley 1993 Boston College
D
Tim Duncan 1996 Wake Forest
Mike Dunleavy 2000 Duke
G
Justin Gray 2004 Wake Forest
Drew Gooden 2000 Kansas
H
Othella Harrington 1993 Georgetown
J
Joe Johnson 2000 Arkansas
Eddie Jones 1993 Temple
K
Brevin Knight 1996 Stanford
M
Sean May 2004 North Carolina
P
David Padgett 2004 Louisville
Anthony Parker 1996 Bradley
Cherokee Parks 1993 Duke
Chris Paul 2004 Wake Forest
Wesley Person 1993 Auburn
Paul Pierce 1996 Kansas
Tayshaun Prince 2000 Kentucky
R
Zach Randolph 2000 Marion H.S. /*Michigan State
Theo Ratliff 1993 Wyoming
Jason Richardson 2000 Michigan State
S
Kenny Satterfield 2000 Cincinnati
Shea Seals 1996 Tulsa
Mustafa Shakur 2004 Arizona
Bobby Simmons 2000 DePaul
Brian Skinner 1996 Baylor
Stevin Smith 1993 Arizona State
Curtis Sumpter 2004 Villanova
T
Maurice Taylor 1996 Michigan
P.J. Tucker 2004 Texas
V
Charlie Villanueva 2004 Connecticut
W
Jason Williams 2000 Duke
Monty Williams 1993 Notre Dame
Corliss Williamson 1993 Arkansas
Curtis Withers 2004 Charlotte
Bracey Wright 2004 Indiana
Steve Woodberry 1993 Kansas
Y
Tim Young 1996 Stanford

NOTE: The FIBA U21 World Championship was originally the FIBA 22 and Under World Championship and designed for men 22-years-old or younger. FIBA lowered the age eligibility to 21-years-old or younger in December 1998 and changed the competition name to the World Championship for Young Men. In 2004 the name changed again to the FIBA U21 World Championship and the qualifying tournament was also renamed to the FIBA Americas U20 Championship.