@Mr. Bitter You might be right, I didn't really care for the Ogbah pick either. I can understand criticizing trading the chance to take Wentz even though I would've taken the haul like the Browns did. I don't understand criticizing the Browns for not taking Jack when literally 29 other teams did the same, Jack has top 5 talent, so when an injury is so bad it takes someone like him out of the first round I can understand a team passing on that risk. I'm clearly not as harsh on the Browns draft class as you are, but maybe you'll be proven right in a couple years, who knows.
Summary: Despite being ruled ineligible at Kentucky this past season, Enes Kanter remains the best big man prospect in the 2011 NBA Draft class. He possesses the size and post game of someone well beyond his years and should be a top-five pick come June.
Player Comparison: Tim Duncan. Before I get lit up for this comparison, I am in no way implying that Kanter is going to be the next Tim Duncan, but rather the two have fairly similar games. Like the Big Fundamental, Kanter shows great maturity at a young age, ability to rebound, mid-range game and intelligence.
Duncan has never been by any stretch of the imagination one of the most athletic big men around, and neither will Kanter, but still maximizes the abilities that have made him one of the top post players in the league for more than a decade. Kanter will likely never be in that category, but should be a quality big man for years to come.