whos are the versitile players in the draft?
I would have to say DeMar DeRozan, Earl Clark and Tyreke Evans
Earl Clark and Terrence Willaims
Earl Clark... If his offense becomes more polished, he reminds me of Lamar Odom.
Earl Clark, James Johnson, & Tyler Smith if they all improve their offense they could be some of the most versatile players in the NBA
It has to be Earl Clark.
A lot of times versatile is just another way of saying a player doesn't have a position. Just because a player CAN play at two or more positions doesn't mean he SHOULD.
That being said, I think Earl Clark is the only really legit multi-positional player in this draft.
I would have to go with terrance williams of l'ville. he can basically do it all...minus shoot the 3.
Even though I agree with Earl Clark being the most versatile player,
But Tyreke Evans is probably 2nd, since he is a natural 2 guard but can play the 1 with ease.. His ball handling skills and passing ability are supreme, giving him the ability to play both positions in the NBA.
bascically its gonna be a tall palyer and a player who can play 3 or more potiions so id have to say earl clark..possible evans since with his length he can play the 3
Terrence Williams as far as offense and defense and ability to play 3 positions well
3 positions well???..whats the third position..definatly not pg..bringing the ball up in college is different fromplaying pg in the nba
He can almost play 3 postions......... PG, SG, SF. At 6'6 he is multi-talented
I never said he'll just be bringing the ball up, 4 years in college has his IQ a lot higher, he'll get drafted to a more veteran team so he wont be relied on to make critical decisions at the point, he's an elite passer and he can run an offense.. so I do believe he can run play 3 positions well
My choice is Clark too, he could potentially play 4 positions in the NBA.
I think he has enough bball IQ, passing, and ball handling to play the point when needed. Obviously the sg becaus thats his natural position but i think sf too. He is an underated athlete whos crafty and has good strength.
~Terrence Williams has no offensive game, so scratch that.
~Tyreke Evans is an attacking guard. Not a PG. Not a SG.
~James Harden is a short, old school SF with streaky range.
evans can play point..who said you cant be a attacking pg..thats what parker was when he first came into the leauge..same with stoudimire..nba teams are saying he can play pg so i think ill stick with there opnion on this one..and not one gm writer etc thinks williams can play three positions
the louisville duo of williams and clark, tyreke evans, tyler smith,james johnson, dajuan summers, and derrick brown from xavier the sleeper pick of the draft.
DaJuan Summers, maybe not versatility in playing multi positions but i guess versatility to guard positions up to the 4. His physique could allow him to guard the 4 while he's relatively quick enough on the perimeter.
summers had a hard time guarding anyone this year..lol
Earl Clark, James Johnson