@Mr. Bitter The Browns are always damned if they do, damned if they don't. I bet if the Browns took Jack at 32 people (probably including you) would say "LOL the Clowns took someone with horrible knees in the 2nd round what a joke." And it's not gonna change until they start winning. The Browns got their #1 Receiver on the board and 2 1st's and 2 2nd's in next years draft which is a good haul. If the Ravens did this they'd be deemed geniuses.
Still a work in progress in all areas of his game except shooting the ball
Attacking the basket, too often wants to shoot threes all game
Not a fan of contact inside
Back to the basket game
Lateral quickness on the perimeter
Summary: Davis Bertans will not be helping any NBA team in the next year or two. He is no where near physically ready to play with men. However, for a 6-10 prospect, he can flat out shoot the rock. Once he grows physically and continues to development his all-around offensive arsenal, he could be a very good pro and possible late first-round steal.
Player Comparison: Donte Greene. Despite being 6-11, Donte Greene is a perimeter-based wing who even plays some shooting guard in the NBA. He lacks the physicality to play inside and loves shooting the long ball. Bertans is the same style of player but has the potential to be more of an impact player than Greene if he develops his all-around game, which is something Greene has been unable to do.