@johanns21 As SEC players are overhyped and maxed-out because they have better coaching as you suggest, would you say then that better talent (and could you give examples from where) are doing themselves a disservice by not committing and playing for SEC member colleges?
Prone to turn over the ball because he plays so much one-on-one
Has been characterized as selfish
Commitment to the defensive end
A bit undersized so he may struggle guarding bigger, more physical NBA shooting guards
Summary: By blowing up on the biggest stage of them all, the NCAA Tournament, Crawford saw his stock jump. He proved he is one of the elite scorers in college basketball whether it's getting to the basket or firing from deep. Crawford has an NBA game with his ability to break down defenders in one-on-one situations. I don't see how he is not a first-round pick this year.
Player Comparison: Anthony Morrow. Morrow is an extremely talented offensive player and has quickly become one of the top three-point threats in the league. Crawford can stroke it from deep as well and will make a living in the NBA due to his dynamic ability to score the basketball.