Final Summer League Roster

The Pistons announced their full Summer League roster, and there are no real surprises in the group.Of chief interest to me is whether there is a chance a big man can emerge as a developmental rebounding, shot-blocking, defensive force of any kind.

The candidates are as follows, Jared Reiner and Jordan Eglseder, both of whom I covered in this post, and Mac Koshwal, who, despite being 6-10, never averaged more than 0.9 blocks per game. He is the classic Dumars player, undersized, huge wingspan, big man with a face-up game, etc. He is definitely the most offensively inclined of the three possible center Summer League invites, but he’s very toolsy, and I’m not sure if he projects as any sort of great defender. Here is a look at the full roster, courtesy of pistons.com:

2010 Summer League Roster
No. Player Position Ht. Wt. College/Country Birthdate Years Pro. NBDL Exp.
26 Patrick Christopher G 6-5 220 California 6/3/88 R None
5 Austin Daye F 6-11 190 Gonzaga 6/5/88 1 None
24 Jordan Eglseder C 7-0 280 Northern Iowa 7/27/88 R None
17 Marquez Haynes G 6-3 185 UT Arlington 12/19/86 R None
33 Jonas Jerebko F 6-10 231 Kinna, Sweden 3/2/87 1 None
42 Mac Koshwal F/C 6-10 255 DePaul 10/19/87 R None
18 Elijah Millsap G/F 6-6 215 UAB 8/12/87 R None
10 Greg Monroe F/C 6-11 253 Georgetown 6/4/90 R None
25 Jared Reiner C 6-11 255 Iowa 4/8/82 2 2
8 A.J. Slaughter G 6-3 180 Western Kentucky 8/3/87 R None
35 DaJuan Summers F 6-8 240 Georgetown 1/24/88 1 None
14 Edgar Sosa G 6-1 175 Louisville 1/15/88 R None
23 Terrico White G 6-5 213 Mississippi 3/7/90 R None

Topics: Jared Reiner, Jordan Eglseder, Mac Koshwal, Pistons, Summer Leauge

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