Draft results, complete schedule for the 2015 YMCA CCL

Georges Niang added to his already impressive list of accolades on Thursday when he was selected by ADIO Chiropractic with the first pick in the 2015 YMCA Capital City League draft.

Niang averaged 15.3 points, 5.4 rebounds and 3.4 assists during his junior campaign at Iowa State in which he was named the most valuable player of the Big 12 Tournament and an All-American by several media outlets.

Monte Morris, Jameel McKay, Matt Thomas and Abdel Nader rounded out the top-five, with Hallice Cooke, Deonte Burton, Daniel Edozie, Nick Noskowiak and Nick Babb closing out the top-10 of the summer league’s draft. 

Morris was selected second by Pheonix Renewable Resources after averaging 11.9 points and 5.2 assists during a breakout sophomore season in 2014-15.

McKay, the defending Cap City League MVP, was taken third overall by Walnut Creek YMCA after he was named Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year in his first season with the Cyclones.

Capital Orthopedics took Thomas with the fourth pick after he averaged 4.9 points and shot 33 percent from behind the three-line in his sophomore.

Nader was selected fifth by Renaissance Granite & Quartz. He averaged 5.8 points and 2.9 rebounds in his first season with ISU since transferring from Northern Illinois.

Full rosters can be seen below. The Cap City League will tip off Wednesday, June 17 at 5:30 at Valley Soutwoods Freshman High School.

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Hannah Homes

Hallice Cooke      Iowa State

Deonte Burton     Iowa State

Kale Abrahamson     Drake

AJ Rutter     Drake

Ray Miller     Former Cal State Fullerton

Simon Joseph     SWCC

Deanthony Zanders     Former SW Minnesota State

Jal Bijick     North HS

Malachi Canada     ICCC

Matt Baker     NIACC

Head Coach: Paul Pederson

Pheonix Renewable Resources

Monte Morris    Iowa State

Kourtlin Jackson     Southern Mississippi

Casey Schlatter     Drake

Kory Kuenstling     Drake

Dillon Bruxvoort    SWCC

Reed Mells     Former Truman State

John Lamb     Former Moorhead State

Tucker Kamman      Briar Cliff

DJ Dafney     Simpson

Austin Glawe     Northwestern College

Khallid Edwards     SWCC

Head Coach: Tony Colosimo

ADIO Chiropracitc

Georges Niang    Iowa State

Jordan Ashton     Iowa State

Dominik Olejniczak    Drake

Graham Woodward    Drake

Galat Toang     Grace

Teyonte Jenkins     Grand View

Tate Larson    DMACC

Quinton Curry    Valley HS

Austin McBeth     Former Iowa State

Jontay Williams     AIB

Charley Crowley     Valley HS

Head Coach: Derek Hannah

Walnut Creek YMCA

Jameel McKay     Iowa State

Nick Babb     Iowa State

CJ Rivers     Drake

Billy Wampler     Drake

Jordan Johnson      SWIC

Terrance Bush Jr.     NC Missouri JC

Vince Walker     Illinois-Springfield

Drew Maschoff    Ankeny HS

TJ Bower    SWCC

Jaylan White     I-35 HS

Head Coach: Ryan Westerkamp

Renaissance Granite & Quartz

Abdel Nader     Iowa State

Daniel Edozie     Iowa State

Reed Timmer     Drake

Johannes Dolven     Drake

Ben Swanson      Valley

Nate Gehring      Pepperdine

Bill Freeman      Former Sioux Falls

Chris King     Hoover HS

Austin Emerson    Simpson

Wes Greder     Iowa State (Gilbert HS)

Head Coach: Jason Swanson

Capital Orthopedics

Matt Thomas     Iowa State

Nick Noskowiak     Iowa State

Ore Arogundade    Drake

Nick McGlynn     Drake

Alex Dorr    University of Mary

Ryan Skaar     Simpson

Baylee Steele     Norwalk HS (DMACC)

Andrew Blize     Former Valley HS

Carter Albrecht      Norwalk HS

Shammond Ivory     Perry HS

Daric Laing     Chariton HS

Head Coach: Adam Thorson


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