Does a good job of finding open space on the offensive end
Free throw shooting
Length helps him on the glass and defense
Needs to add strength
Not very physical
Inconsistent three-point shooter
Will be a liability defensively on the perimeter due to a lack of lateral quickness
Summary: Hayward has been scouts' radars since the season began due to his athleticism and versatility on the wing. Helping guide Butler to the Final Four has helped Hayward's stock and it is now realistic that some "experts" believe he's a lottery lock. I certainly would not go that far, but he will more than likely be off the board before the 20s.
Player Comparison: Dorrell Wright. Wright is a lengthy, athletic wing player who is not very physical just like Hayward. The Bulldog sophomore needs to add some muscle and become more physical as well as improve his outside shooting, or he may be nothing more than a bench player like Wright.
If the Patriots get Richard Sherman, then I would have no choice but to quit watching and caring about NFL football. So for the love of the game, the Seahawks must NOT trade Sherman to the Patriots. (they shouldn't trade Sherman at all, unless they realize that the window of opportunity is officially shut)
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.