found anything useful on that site. Congrats on your godaddy account.
Comon man, it is an exchange of ideas. If you don't wanna visit it, then don't. You don't gotta be a jerk about it.
welcome to life, some people are asses just cause, get used to it.
and saw nothing useful. For the third time. Fool me once...
It is a nice looking site. I will check it out.
Shabazz Muhammad has the most to gain in my opinion. His whole mentality and persona is built for the big stage, if anyone can elevate his game and put himself back in contention for the #1 pick it'll be Bazz.
I guess i don't see his stock rising that much. It seems like he is a top-3 lock, and in contention for the 1st pick overall. Even if he plays really well, his draft stock can't improve that much.
Top 3 lock is pushing it. I would say top 5 lock is even pushing it. I was really high on Shabazz coming into the year but he hasn't lived up to the hype despite scoring impressively. He has good potential and will be a nice NBA player but he needs to have a good showing in the NCAAs to be considered a top 3 lock in my book.
Yeah, he hasn't impressed me much either. He's only shooting 42% in conference play and scoring about 17.5 ppg on 15.8 shots per game. He's been extremely inefficient since playing major conference opponents every game.
I don't know if I'd say he necessarily has the most to gain of any college prospect, but I think Elijah Johnson of Kansas has quite a bit to gain. His senior campaign has been a let-down, to put it mildly. Last year he was projected as a second rounder, but he's been so atrocious this year, there's no way he gets a pick. However! if he somehow puts up fantastic statistics and leads Kansas to a championship, he could potential earn a late pick, or at least a camp invite.
I would say James Michael McAdoo. He was a top 5 pick coming into the season and has been disappointing. He is still considered a first round player on potential but if he can be aggressive and LEAD the Tarheels into the sweet 16 somehow he can get back into the lottery and possible top 10 consideration. I don't think he will do it but he has the "potential" to do so.
McLemore. He has proved to be a great shooter and efficient scorer, but if he starts being aggressive on offense and taking over, he could be #1.
I think every prospect could rise their stock seeing as how the lotto is up for grabs. @drafttiers I actually read your articles and I've read pretty much all of your player scouting reports, it's a good site IMO.
I really think that CJ Leslie could boost his stock some with an impressive tournament run, that is of course if NC State can remain in the field over the next couple of weeks.
If Leslie would have came out last season, many projected him to be a late-lottery/mid 1st round draft pick in a pretty stocked draft class.
Before the 2012-2013 college basketball season began, Leslie was considered one of the top prospects across the nation, as NC State was considered one of the pre-seasons top tier teams in men's college basketball. Leslie was projected to be a lottery pick before the season began, and now he has seen his stock plummet dramatically.
As of right now, Leslie is a borderline 1st round draft pick. Now, due to his athleticism and potential, I still think that as of right now, he would sneak into the first round of the 2013 NBA Draft.
However, with a player with such a high caliber skillset, it'd be humiliating to be anywhere below the top 20, as Jared Sullinger and Perry Jones III saw last year.