@Mason Curry Thanks Mason. I'll try and take that into account on my next version. I wish Walter would expand the player database and add more rounds. Oh well, I guess the draft is like 10 months away. :)
Hello again as the summer droll of no football continues to bake in the sun I figured now is a good time to try it spice it up again with bar banter on who goes where and where a team is selecting. I created a power rankings on this site to back up where I have teams selecting. I love comments and opinions so please leave them no matter how bias it is I will argue with you it's what I love about the draft. Here is a link to the power rankings http://walterfootball.com/PowerRankings/Published/464
Ball-handling skills allow him to be a point forward-type player
Excels when attacking the basket
Relenteless on the boards
Solid defenisve player whether inside or on the perimeter
Inconsistent three-point shooter who has not shown great signs of improvement
Relies on his athleticism too much which won't fly at the next level
Doesn't have great discipline on the court
Tries to do too much sometimes
Summary: One extremely stupid decision likely cost Smith from hearing his name called at the NBA Draft. The former Volunteer was kicked off the team after being arrested on a gun possession and just recently signed a two-month contract with a Turkish team. NBA teams will be turned off by Smith now due to his character issues, but there is a chance that if Smith flourishes in Turkey and is given a second chance, he could still have a slim shot of being a future NBA'er.
Player Comparison: Thabo Sefolosha. Sefolosha is a young player who does a lot of things well on the court, but doesn't shine bright in any particular area. Still, Sefolosha has found a niche with his all-around ability on the court - something Smith must do as well. Outside shooting is neither player's strong suit.