Kenny Boynton- Coming out of high school going into his Fr. year I considered Boynton to become a One & Done prospect, because of the hype and ability to put up numbers. Since Boynton has been in college he has done nothing to evolve his game from being a one dimensional player at Florida. Although I am impressed with the scoring numbers he has put up over the course of 4 years, with averages of 14.0ppg Fr. 14.2ppg So. 15.9ppg Jr. 17.3ppg Sr. he will not crack the 2nd Round of the NBA Draft unless he shows some PG skills in his last year.
Mike Rosario- Now that I sit back and think about Rosario, I say he should have stayed at Rutgers. In his first 2 seasons he averaged 16.2ppg 16.7ppg once he transferred to Florida that drastically changed with him coming in last year averaging 6.6ppg in a Guard heavy offense with Boynton, Walker, & Beal. I believe if he stayed with Rutgers he would be a draft prospect right now.
Boyton was always cnsidered a combo guard and tweener, in the bad way not big enough to defend SGs can't really play the point.
I didn't ever consider Boynton as a combo guard. He has absolutely no PG skills and never did. I never thought much of him as an NBA prospect. I saw him as a chucker and not much more than that.
What's your take on Rosario