Gets into lane frequently using strength and quickness
Terrific in transition
Good size for an NBA point guard
Uses size to back down smaller defenders
Still a lot of upside
Could defend either guard spot in the NBA
Three point shooting
Commitment on the defensive end
Summary: After a breakout season for the Wolverines, Morris has decided to enter the 2011 NBA Draft for good. He is an intriguing prospect especially due to his size, ability to create, and the fact that he still has a ton of room to grow. He should be on the bubble of the first round.
Player Comparison: Andre Miller. It would be really aggressive of me to say that Morris is the next Andre Miller, but their games are similar. Miller uses his strength to get into the lane, and either score or find the open teammate just like Morris. Both players are not much of a threat from three-point range but Morris seems to have more athleticism than Miller.
No way the Raiders draft two white players in the first three rounds. They use only Derek Carr out of 22 starters and began the year with a league-low 4 out of 53 white players on their roster. This is a long-term trend in Oakland, definitely along the lines of an anti-New England philosophy.
NFL combine will change things quite a bit. USED DRAFT-TEK rankings. Been trying to catch as many college games as possible ( they should update their rankings, IE Kaaya is ranked # 2 on the list , Trubisky is ranked out of the top 50 )
Will see teams reach at OT & QB.