Shooting Guard Prospects is taking a look at possible Wake Forest prospects, and here's the latest installment of the five part series.

Tall shooting guards are always nice to have, and that's just one of the many reasons Corey Stokes is such a good prospect. At 6-foot-5 Stokes can shoot over smaller defenders, and he finishes very well at the rim. He has a pretty stroke and can shoot it from deep. At times he hangs at the 3-point line a little too much. Stokes is the 15th ranked player in the class of 2007. Just some of the schools interested are Wake Forest, Kansas, UConn, Villanova, Rutgers and St. Johns.

Tyree Graham plays along side another big Wake Forest target, Eric Wallace. The two run on the same AAU squad, in D-One Sports. While he is a scorer the main problem with Graham is his size. He stands just over 6-foot, but can shoot the ball very well. Schools to look out for are Wake Forest, East Carolina, Illinois, Virginia Tech and NC State.

If you want a pure shooter, than Blake Hoffarber is your man. He was even at the ESPY's for hitting a shot from his back to force overtime in Minnesota's 4A state title game. Hoffarber can shoot it from just about anywhere on the court. While not as good when he's set, he can shoot it off the dribble as well. Wake Forest has shown recent interest in the 6-foot-3 guard. Some other schools in the mix are Valpo, Minnesota, Stanford and Georgetown.

Jeff Robinson is known as an athlete with some crazy hops. But don't shy away from him because he's not afraid to shoot the threes. Robinson stands 6-foot-5 and could play the two or three in college. Rutgers, UConn and Miami are the frontrunners. But Wake has some interest in him.

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