As I told you years ago when you liked all the Big 12 QBs, sorry Iv have been vacationing for a few years, Gabbert, RG3, and some other clown and I told you Wilson would be the best QB besides Luck that year. You laughed, now you have gone full retard liking Watson, he has no arm strength, would be a decent RB or very good WR, but an NFL QB??? Do you want the Browns to be HOT Garbage the next 5 years? why????
Hey fellas. I'm a long time player with a pretty good pro %. 60% or close on average. Down this year on college frankly to 50/50 but I am studious and expect to get that # up. I want to study Pinnacle's lines but could someone explain their vig #'s? They use a four digit number and I don't know what it means. Hope this doesn't look lame but how's work? Thanks.
Yet again, I will follow Walt's lead for this draft order outside the fact that the Bears land the top pick over the 49ers or Browns, I have more faith in Cutler running into wins before I do with Kessler or Gabbert. Also, there are still some players not in the system such as the Illini DEs, Justin Evans and Malik Hooker at safety. Until they are in I will mock without them.
Good repetoire of post moves including a turnaround jumper
Knows how to use his body to establish position on the block
Mid-range jump shot
Can put the ball on the floor for a few dribbles to create his own shot
Explosiveness at the rim
Crashing the boards
Length helps him on the defensive end and the glass
Lets the game come to him; doesn't force a lot of shots
Never stops working inside (great motor)
Plays with passion
Inconsistent jump shooter
Not a great perimeter defender
Needs to do a better job of closing out defensively
Improved free throw shooter, but needs to show consistency at the stripe
Summary: Lawal doesn't have superstar potential but figures to be a valuable role player at the next level. At this point of his collegiate career, he is what he is and would probably be best off declaring for the 2010 NBA Draft as he figures to be a first-round lock. He tested the waters last year so if he does declare, he is in for good.
Player Comparison: Brandon Bass. Bass has been a valuable energy guy off the bench in the NBA, bringing a physicality inside. That is likely the role that Lawal will find himself in at the next level. Both guys have a decent amount of skill, but their hard work and ability to rebound the basketball are their best assets.