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14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 2, 2001

DR AF
Continued from Page 13
The Michigan defenseman joined cen-
ters R.J. Umberger of Ohio State and
Jason Spezza of the OHL Windsor
Spitfires to conduct an Ice Hockey
Clinic in Coral Springs, Fla. The clinic
was presented by the NHL Diversity
Task Force and led by NHL Director of
Youth Development Willie O'Ree, the
NHL's first black player.
The Florida Panthers hosted the 2001
NIIL Draft Day on June 23-24 at in
Miami. On day one, the Wolverines
watched as two of their top players
from last year were, selected live on
ESPN2.
Komisarek became the eighth
Wolverine to be selected in the first
round. Only two other Michigan play-
ers have been selected as early as
Komisarek: Aaron Ward (1991-93), the
No. 5 pick of the Winnipeg Jets in
1991, and Ryan Sittler (1993-1994), the
No. 7 choice of the Philadelphia Flyers
in 1992. Cammalleri was taken in the
second round.
On the draft's second day, four mem-
ber of the Wolverines 2001 recruiting
class were also selected.

Center Milan Gajic, right wing
Michael Woodford and defenseman
Brandon Rogers were all taken in the
fourth round.
Gajic went to the Atlanta Thrashers
at No. 112. Five picks later Woodford
and Rodgers were selected back-to-
back by the Florida Panthers and Ana-
heim Mighty Ducks, respectively.
David Moss, a left wing that signed
with Michigan this spring, was taken in
the seventh round with the 220th over-
all selection by the Calgary Flames.
All six players
will be retuming to
play for the
Wolverines next
season. Each pro-
fessional team will
hold the players'
rights while they3
are in college. z
COIN' GLOBAL:E
As soon as the
NHL Draft frenzy Cammaileri
had subsided, the Michigan hockey pro-
gram got another shot of recognition
Thursday when the U.S. and Canadian
National Junior Teams were announced.
Cammalleri will compete for Team
Canada, and Komisarek returns to the

USA squad along with several incon
ing Michigan freshmen.
Defenseman Brandon Rodgers an
forwards Eric Nystrom and Dwigl
Helminen have all been named to a
2001 USA Hockey National Jun
Evaluation Camp Roster. They wi
compete Aug. 3-6 in Lake Placid, N.)
for one of 20 remaining spots on th
Under-20 National Team that will plh
four games against Finland at the four
annual Summer Challenge in Lak
Placid Aug. 7-11.
As a member c
last year's Natioj
Junior Tem
Komisarek's pla
on the team wa
already secured.
Cammalleri wi
travel to Tea
Canada's camp
Calgary, Alberta
August. He is or
Komisarek of 10 returnir
players from the group that captured
silver medal at the 2001 World Juni
Hockey Championships in Russia.
The 2002 Championships will to
place from Dec. 25, 2001, to Jan.
2002, in the Czech Repubhlic.

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Michigan defenseman Mike Komisarek will once again compete for the United Stat
National Junior Team at the World Junior Championship in the Czech Republic.

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ENTRIES
Continued from Page 13

This past year, Michigan recruited the seven footer,
Tyson Chandler, who was selected No. 2 in the draft
last week. Michigan also lost freshman guard Jamal
Crawford when he was the eighth player chosen in
last year's NBA draft.
Two of Amaker's recruits from Seton Hall were also
selected in the first round last week. Eddie Griffin,
who played just one year with the Pirates, was selected
by New Jersey with the seventh pick and then traded to
Houston.
"Eddie's a talented kid. I think you can't ask for any-
thing better than (being a top 10 choice and playing in
Houston). He's with a Michigan coach, so it can't be all
bad," Amaker said, referring to the Rockets' head coach
Rudy Tomjanovich - a former All-American at Michigan
in 1970.
Sam Dalembert, a 6-foot-11 center, went 26th overall to
Philadelphia after two years at Seton Hall.
As an assistant at Duke, Amaker helped in the recruit-
ing of Battier, who, unlike Griffin and Dalembert, got his
degree and won the Naismith Award as the best player in
college basketball.
With recruits deciding not just between different
schools, but between college and the pros, Amaker is still
going to approach players with the same plan as before.
"We're going to present our program and our school,"
Amaker said. "We're going to attract kids who want to be
a part of college."
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AP PHOTO
The Nets drafted former Tommy Amaker recruit Eddie Grif-
fin, before dealing him to Houston for three other draftees.

This year's NBA draft was unlike any other. No high school player had ever been picked first overall, and no internation-
al player has ever gone higher than Pau Gasol at No. 3. Four high schoolers went in the top 10, as opposed to just one
college senior. Here's a look at the first-round selections:

1. Washington
2. LA Clippers
3. Atlanta
4. Chicago
5. Golden State
6. Vancouver
7. New Jersey
8. Cleveland
9. Detroit
10. Boston
10. Boston
11. Seattle
12. Houston
13. Golden State
14. Orlando
15. Charlotte
16. Toronto

Kwame Brown PF
Tyson Chandler* PF
Pau Gasol^ SF
Eddy Curry C
Jason Richardson SG
Shane Battler SF
Eddie Griffin$ SF
DeSagina Diop C
Rodney White SF
Joe Johnson SF
Kedrick Brown SF
Vladimir Radmanovic PF
Richard Jefferson$ SF
Troy Murphy PF
Steven Hunter C
Kirk Haston PF
Michael Bradley PF

17. Houston
18. Portland
19. Cleveland
20. Boston
21. Orlando
22. Houston
23. Utah
24. Sacramento
25. Philadelphia
26. Vancouver
27. San Antonio

Jason Collins$ C
Zach Randolph PF
Brendan Haywood% C
Joseph Forte SG
Jeryl Sasser SG
Brandon Armstrong$ SG
Raul Lopez PG
Gerald Wallace SF
Samuel Dalembert C
Jamaal Tinsley PG
Tony Parker PG

* traded with Brian Skinner to chicago for Elton Brand
^ Gasol will be traded to vancouver for Shareef Abdul-Rahim
$ Griffin was sent to Houston for Jefferson, collins and Armstrong
% traded to Magic for Michael Doleac

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