Length helps him on the boards and dunk over opponents
High character kid
Has lost about 90 pounds since his freshman season but still needs to work on his conditioning as he averages less than 20 minutes a game
Struggles running the court and getting back on defense
Not very quick laterally
Limited with his jump shot
Free throw shooting
Summary: Pittman has worked himself into first-round status as he continues to be a dominant presence in the paint. His stamina is still a major concern and until he gets in better shape, he will likely be nothing more than a bench guy averaging 12-15 minutes at the next level. But still, his size and efficiency when he is on the court makes him worthy of a first-round pick.
Player Comparison: Eddy Curry. Since entering the league, Curry has shown flashes of being a dominant big man but has never been able to put it all together due to weight issues. Pittman faces similar questions as he finishes his college career. If he can get in better shape and avoid injury issues, he should be a more productive pro, but for now, their games and size are very similar.
All NFL scouts need to go check out Georgia Southern CB Rayquan Sam at the senior Dream Bowl in Virginia January 12-16, one of the best press cornerback in college. This kid is a sleeper entering the 2017 draft. Compare this kid like Darrell Revis , Patrick Peterson and Josh Norman all in one. Team that get him will get a great CB and special team player.