USA U21 World Championship All-Time Alphabetical Roster

USA MEN'S U21 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-TIME ALPHABETICAL ROSTER


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A
Chad Austin 1997 Purdue
Adrian Autry 1993 Syracuse
Cory Alexander
1993 Virginia
B
Troy Bell 2001 Boston College
Carlos Boozer 2001 Duke
Corey Brewer 1997 Oklahoma
Caron Butler
2001 Connecticut
C
Brian Cardinal 1997 Purdue
Cory Carr 1997 Texas Tech
Mardy Collins 2005 Temple
Nick Collison 2001 Kansas
Brian Cook 2001 Illinois
Bill Curley
1993 Boston College
D
Glen Davis 2005 Louisiana State
Mike Doleac 1997 Utah
Chris Duhon
2001 Duke
E
Evan Eschmeyer 1997 Northwestern
Reggie Evans
2001 Iowa
F
Nick Fazekas 2005 Nevada
G
Pat Garrity
1997 Notre Dame
Rudy Gay 2005 Connecticut
Justin Gray 2005 Wake Forest
Taj Gray 2005 Oklahoma
H
Othella Harrington
1993 Georgetown
J
Sam Jacobson 1997 Minnesota
Dahntay Jones 2001 Duke
Eddie Jones 1993 Temple
Mike Jones
1997 Texas Christian
K
Jason Kapono
2001 UCLA
M
Andre Miller 1997 Utah
Brad Miller
1997 Purdue
N
Jameer Nelson
2001 St. Joseph's
P
Cherokee Parks 1993 Duke
Andrae Patterson 1997 Indiana
Wesley Person
1993 Auburn
R
Allan Ray 2005 Villanova
Theo Ratliff
1993 Wyoming
J.J. Redick 2005 Duke
Terrence Roberts 2005 Syracuse
Rajon Rondo 2005 Kentucky
S
Stevin Smith 1993 Arizona State
Michael Sweetney
2001 Georgetown
T
Marcus Taylor
2001 Michigan State
W
Marcus Williams 2005 Connecticut
Monty Williams 1993 Notre Dame
Corliss Williamson 1993 Arkansas
Curtis Withers 2005 Charlotte
Steve Woodberry 1993 Kansas

NOTE: The FIBA U21 World Championship was originally the FIBA 22 & 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, before renaming the event as the FIBA U21 World Championship in 2004.