Can take defenders off the bounce and finish due to his size and length
Great body control in the lane
Is a tough matchup defensively due to his versatility
Free throw shooting
Length makes him a factor on the glass and as a shot blocker
Still loaded with potential
Turns the ball over too much
Must become a better ball-handler
Ability to create his own shot
Needs to get stronger
Will have to become a better perimeter defender
Summary: George somewhat flew under the radar playing for a struggling Fresno State team. As he has received more exposure since declaring for the 2010 NBA Draft, his abilities have caught the attention of NBA teams and he will likely not fall out of the lottery, possibly even being drafted as high as No. 8 making his decision to turn pro a wise one.
Player Comparison: A poor-man's Tracy McGrady. Due to George's wirey build, length and overall skill set as a wing player, he has drawn comaprisons to a young T-Mac. Whether or not he can become the player McGrady was early in his career will depend on his development, but the tools are there for him to become a special player.
For the Vikings it doesn't matter who our RB is if we don't improve the line first. Our first pick HAS to be an offensive lineman. Preferably an OT where we have nobody who should be starting, but it could also be an interior lineman if that's what's available. Obviously the Vikings could spend in FA and improve the line to a point where our first pick can be BPA, but the line is by far and away the number one priority.
I'm not sure why but that diagram made me uncomfortable when skeletor was too close at the end. Not super uncomfortable, but uncomfortable like that feeling you get when you know the ghosts have you cornered and you're out of those super pellets and they're just about to kill you.