As for Alonzo Gee and Ronald Steele... I saw Gee listed at 92 somewhere and didn't find Steele's name anywhere. Supposedly this year's draft is rich in PGs, which doesn't bode well for RS.
Hopefully they both get nice contracts overseas, save up, and set themselves up financially for the rest of their lives. Both of them IMO would've been potential 1st round picks if they had decent coaching.