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BowDownToLSU
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How high of a draft pick would Johnny O Bryant be in NBA draft?

If he came out? I'm thinking late first rounder ,with his size and strenth....I hope he stays for another season


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Dr. Huxtable
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D league


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Late 2nd round to undrafted


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I'm thinking late first rounder ,with his size and strenth.


No. He's not an offensive threat. He needs more work.


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3xlsugrad
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If he comes out = undrafted.


SlowFlowPro
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i don't see how he gets drafted in the 1st round regardless


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oauron
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I'm impressed with how much the Rant wants to hate JOB3. Had another great game today. Should have passed the ball out on that rebound, but who knows what he was coached to do.


Keys Open Doors
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Definitely undrafted. No one has him near the first round.


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Dr. Huxtable
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It isn't hating. The question was asked how high can he be drafted now. Giving their opinion doesn't mean they are hating on him. He is a good college player. Not ready for the NBA yet. So what is wrong with stating that?


The Boat
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He's really soild. People hate on him because he had some bad games while he was coming back from an injury.


SlowFlowPro
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I'm impressed with how much the Rant wants to hate JOB3

i don't hate him at all as a college player. he just doesn't look to have the physical tools or skills to be an NBA 4

that's good for LSU. it means he'll stay here longer....at least hopefully


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Unfricking drafted


oauron
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I thought the same thing about Hamilton. No one had him getting drafted, but he did, in the second round. I think JOB is better than he is now and has much higher ceiling to grow as a player.

Since recovering from his injury, he's had consecutive double doubles. He's contributing more than what I expected.

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i don't hate him at all as a college player. he just doesn't look to have the physical tools or skills to be an NBA 4 that's good for LSU. it means he'll stay here longer....at least hopefully


I do agree though. He isn't ready for the NBA quite yet. Could really benefit from another year and have a chance to slide into the first round.
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mmcgrath
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re: How high of a draft pick would Johnny O Bryant be in NBA draft?
30 to undrafted. Will rise if he finishes season well. About 25 is his ceiling.


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funnystuff
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he just doesn't look to have the physical tools
Disagree completely. He looks to have all the physical tools, but is extremely unrefined. He doesn't have a good court awareness and overplays a lot. He has a long way to go mentally and definitely needs to fine-tool his skill set. But he has every physical tool looked for in the NBA. Just doesn't know how to use it.

EDIT: And I say these things are lacking with respect to an NBA draft pick-caliber player. He is still a terrific college player and one of our best, but he does not posses an NBA level skill set right now. Definitely NBA level athlete though
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GeauxGus
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... thats an oxymoron ..


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SlowFlowPro
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He looks to have all the physical tools,

he's not going to be ideal height for a 4


moneyg
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If he came out? I'm thinking late first rounder ,with his size and strenth....I hope he stays for another season



He wouldn't be drafted in the first round, IMO.


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saintsfan22
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Not that Chad Ford is the ultimate authority but he doesn't even have JOB in his Top 100 prospects.


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