Improved free throw shooter which will be at important at the next level due to his slashing ability
Very active on the glass
Length makes him an effective defender
Good strength ready for the next level
Poor outside shooter
Plays a little out of control at times especially in one-on-one situations
Can be a much stronger finisher at the rim rather trying to make the fancy acrobatic-like shot
Needs to sharpen up his defensive skills
Too often finds himself in foul trouble
Summary: Aminu is a well-rounded small forward who has yet to come close in reaching his full potential as a basketball player. For a player his with his size and strength, his all-around skill set is outstanding. Many people were surprised he chose to return to school after his freshman year as he almost certainly would have been a lottery pick which he will certainly be this year.
Player Comparison: Marvin Williams. Like Williams, Aminu is a very talented player especially on the offensive end. Williams has been unable to live up to expectations and put it all together and that will be an issue for Aminu who has been a high prospect since arriving at Wake.
I think Dalvin Cook is the best fit, but it's close...they need a CB to replace Josh Norman, but it's a deep class. And I'm sure Rivera is looking at Barnett and Charlton, a DE is always on their list.
As the NFL Draft approaches, I will be making weekly adjustments up until the 27th of April. Rest of the writeups will be coming later this week. Any questions/comments/criticisms can be voiced in the comments. I will respond to all.