Negatory Senior. You have Bears drafting Cradele Jones in the third round in 2016. And now you have them taking Watson in the first round??? Leonard Fournette is a better pick, with Forte likely to retire soon.
It's nice to have a draft order set and the Senior Bowl behind us (other all-star games, too, I suppose). The combine is the other big event of the offseason, so we really are halfway to the draft. Sort of.
Able to put the ball on the floor for a dribble or two and get to the rim
Loaded with upside
Needs to become more assertive
Still raw on the offensive end
Footwork in the post
Too easily gets into foul trouble
Summary: It is all about potential with Favors. He has been effective at Georgia Tech because his size and strength allows him to overpower opponents in the paint resulting in a lot of easy buckets. His overall game is still far from polished and needs a lot of work, but he has shown flashes of just how bright his future could be. He likely won't slip out of the top five of the 2010 NBA Draft this summer.
Player Comparison: Al Jefferson. Like Jefferson was early in his career, Favors has the ability to overpower opponents in the paint with his great strength and physicality. It took a couple years for Jefferson to reach his potential in the league, and that will likely be the case for Favors.