11 college players still up for chance to represent USA Basketball in Pan-Am Games

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USA Basketball announced the 16 finalists for the 2015 Pan-Am games on Wednesday, and that list includes 11 players that will be suiting up for college teams next season:

Ron Baker (Wichita State)
Malcolm Brogdon (Virginia)
Isaiah Cousins (Oklahoma)
Kellen Dunham (Butler)
Nigel Hayes (Wisconsin)
Shawn Long (Louisiana)
Taurean Prince (Baylor)
Kaleb Tarczewski (Arizona)
Melo Trimble (Maryland)
Denzel Valentine (Michigan State)
Fred Van Vleet (Wichita State)

The other five finalists, including where they played professionally last season:

Ryan Hollins (NBA)
Bobby Brown (China)
Keith Langford (Russia)
Anthony Randolph (Russia)
Damien Wilkins (Puerto Rico)

Those 16 finalists will remain in training camp through July 12 in Colorado Springs, with the official roster for the event — which takes place at the end of July in Canada — being announced then. The team is coach by Mark Few (Gonzaga), Tad Boyle (Colorado) and Mike Brown.