Vonleh, Selden in ESPNHS 'Fantasy Draft'

ESPNHS' David Auguste compiled a mock fantasy draft of the top basketball prospects in the 2013 and 2014 classes, and several locals were among the chosen ones.

The six teams were headed by Auguste, ESPNHS' Mike Grimala, ESPN analysts Dave Telep and Paul Biancardi, St. Benedict's (N.J.) point guard Tyler Ennis, and Gonzaga College (D.C.) point guard Nate Britt.

Among the locals selected were two Class of 2014 high-major prospects, New Hampton (N.H.) forward and Haverhill native Noah Vonleh; and Tilton (N.H.) swingman Wayne Selden, a Boston resident.

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Britt and Grimala explain their selections of Vonleh and Selden, resepectively:

Team Britt (@NateTheeeGreat)

G — Nate Britt, Gonzaga (Washington, D.C.)

G — Aaron Harrison, Travis (Houston)

F — Andrew Wiggins, Huntington Prep, (Huntington, W.V.)

F — Noah Vonleh, New Hampton School (Haverhill, Mass.)

C — Kennedy Meeks, West Charlotte (Charlotte, N.C.)

Sixth Man — Allerik Freeman, Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.)

GM's Breakdown: We would play an uptempo game, UNC style. We got Meeks inside; he's one of the best rebounders and outlet men in the country. He'll outlet to me and Aaron, and we can get it to Andrew and Noah. Freeman is a knock down 3-point shooter. Aaron and I like to get to the basket and Andrew can get to the basket whenever he wants. SportsCenter plays? Yes. All type of dunks, especially with Andrew. On D, our starting 5 is a big lineup. Meeks is a big body and can block shots. Noah is versatile and can guard 4s and 5s and Andrew is athletic. Aaron is a big 2, and I think I'm a pretty good on-ball defender.

Grimala's Team Lottery (@MGrimalaESPN)

G — Billy Garrett, Jr., Morgan Park (Chicago)

G — Jabari Bird, Salesian (Richmond, Calif.)

F — Trey Lyles, Arsenal Tech (Indianapolis)

F — Aaron Gordon, Archbishop Mitty (San Jose)

C — Jahlil Okafor, Whitney Young (Chicago)

Sixth Man — Wayne Selden, Tilton (Tilton, N.H.)

GM's Breakdown: I've put together the biggest, baddest team in this competition. I've got the best big man in Okafor, a stud power forward in Lyles and a super-sized SF in Gordon. That trio will pulverize opponents on the boards, and my backcourt of 6-foot-5 Garrett and 6-foot-6 Bird can bang, too. Throw in swingman Selden as my James Harden off the bench, and we can play big or small. If we slow it down, we can throw it to Okafor, the best low-post scorer in the country. If we get out on the break, I have two of the country's best above-the-rim finishers in Gordon and Bird. I may not have elite shooters on the perimeter, but with Okafor, Lyles and Gordon under the basket, I almost WANT my guards to miss shots -- those misses become easy putbacks for the best frontcourt in the nation. My team of grinders wouldn't win pretty, but we'd win -- against anyone.