Active on the glass especially on the offensive end
Length helps him on the defensive end and on the boards
Athletic enough to guard on the perimeter
Will have to become better off the bounce at the next level
Inconsistent three-point shooter
Free throw shooting
Summary: Sims has played out of position the past two years for Michigan, ultimately being their center on the floor. He is a bit of a tweener in that he is not physical enough to be a true four at the NBA level, and is not effective enough with the ball in his hands or as a perimeter shooter to be a true three. He likely ends up being taken in the late second round (if he's even drafted).
Player Comparison: Dante Cunningham. Cunningham and Sims both played the center position for their respective teams late in their collegiate careers despite being undersized. Because of that, they are both more physical than their height would suggest and each can knock down mid-range shots, but struggle off the bounce. Cunningham has earned a spot off the Blazers bench after being a second-round pick. Sims will likely have follow Cunningham's lead to land a spot on an NBA roster.
Exactly and now they also have trade assets. Grasu could get a pick from a center needy team, Kush can back up Whitehair. Glennon can head to AZ for a pick when Palmer gets hurt or continues his poor play. Someone may want to gamble on Kyle Fuller and give up a late pick if he doesnt impress the Bears staff. Amos or HJQ could get a 6 or 7 from a safety needy team.
I was waiting for this comment. Im not saying that their gonna have the same careers as these dudes. Thats imposible. I compare them to who they have similar games to. Just so people can get an idea how these people play. All fun. I got the best mock out you better take it seriously.