SHMILL LSU Fan Lafayette, Louisiana Member since Oct 2009 230 posts
re: Top 5 PG targets if you were dell and had to go PG with pick (Posted on 4/5/13 at 1:12 pm to phelpsalot)
T R E Y B U R K E P L E A S E G O D
AP College Player of the Year Wooden Award winner Carrying team into FINAL FOUR Only a Sophomore Hits GIANT shots Can dish the rock in the open court Reminds me of someone who used to play here in Nola.
KG5989 New Orleans Saints Fan Das Boot Member since Oct 2010 9116 posts Online
re: Top 5 PG targets if you were dell and had to go PG with pick (Posted on 4/5/13 at 2:13 pm to DeionDeion)
McCollum is an absolute stud and a lot of people are forgetting about him because he broke his foot this season and didn't play that much.
Smart McCollum Burke MCW Larkin
I'm a big Burke fan too, I'm just not sure what he can do in the NBA. Size is a big issue for him. He loves to do work in the paint and at 5'11 180 lbs soaking wet it will be hard to work the paint. Still am a big fan. And there has been a lot of great college players who won the Wooden Award, etc. who have been less than effective in the NBA. College awards mean nothing.
And my list is more on who has the highest ceiling for the NBA. Smart and MCW both have very high ceilings, and MCW might have the highest. 6'5-6'6 with a 6'9 wingspan that is a smart PG. Not saying its true, but been reading a lot of articles/comparisons about MCW and a lot of analysts think he can be a Rondo type PG at 6'6. Might not average 25pts a night, but will effect the game with his assists and rebounding. And if he can improve his outside game a little he could very well be the top player from this draft considering how weak it is and how many questionable players there are in it.
If we can get Noel, we better jump all over it and not hesitate.