@Dragonmike totally agree. If Gordon can stay on the field, Coleman breaks out, and Pryor continues to do great, i want to take Jabrill Peppers. But I love the Deshawn Watson pick. RG3 isnt the answer.
nice draft a few changes I would have done is maybe L. Miller over L. Bell . B. Cooks & R. Cobb I like a bit better than TY Hilton. The more I watch D. Henry the more I think he will have a big year. If D. Murray gets hurt his value goes even higher. They both have looked really good this preseason. A few sleepers I like alot are W. Fuller , D. Moncrief , D. Booker , & T. Coleman
Summary: With a fairly weak crop of seniors in the 2011 NBA Draft class, David Lighty will almost certainly find himself being drafted in the second round. He does not have the upside that is often coveted in the NBA Draft since he is a fifth-year senior, but Lighty does have experience and a proven record of being a winner and hard-nosed player.
Player Comparison: Keith Bogans. Bogans has made a living in the NBA because of his intangibles and ability to defend. Lighty is a capable offensive player but will find a spot in the NBA because of his defensive prowess and value as a role player.