@Mr. Bitter this is why we talk out the animal draft. There is some giraffe bias out there. Sometimes the obvious pick is the right pick. When you have as much knowledge as mr bitter you can overthink things, not an issue for most of us
Ridiculous 7-7 wingspan makes him one of the best shot-blockers in the country
Uses that length to crash the boards
Can be a game-changer in the paint with his defensive prowess
Very active on both ends of the floor
Great athlete who runs the floor very well and is explosive around the basket
His potential has yet to be truly tapped, as he is loaded with upside
Still a work in progress with his low-post game
Jump shot needs a lot of work
Improved free-throw shooter, but still shot just 56 percent from the stripe last season
Not a great ball-handler
Has a wirey frame and will need to add muscle
Summary: Sanders has yet to truly reach his potential, but from what he has shown thus far, he will certainly be a first-round pick. If he can continue his development during his junior year, his stock could soar.
Player Comparison: Sean Williams. Williams was known as a tremendous shot-blocker and rebounder at Boston College, just like Sanders. Both players have very limited offensive games. If Sanders wants to play at the next level, it will be his defense that earns him playing time.