Must re-learn the point guard position after playing off the ball the past two years
Not a great playmaker in terms of setting up his teammates
Taking defenders off the dribble and attacking to the basket
Finishing at the rim
Lacks ideal NBA athleticism
Summary: Pullen really made a name for himself last season which put him on NBA Draft radars. We know he can shoot the ball from deep, but how he handles taking over as Kansas State's point guard will determine whether he is a potential late first-round pick or possibly goes undrafted as he will need to run the point to be successful at the next level.
Player Comparison: Eddie House. House is a terrific shooter, but undersized to be a real two guard and not a true point guard either. Pullen fits this label perfectly. If he can prove to be the consistent outside threat that House has been, he will find his niche in the NBA. If not, he likely ends up overseas.
I think you are missing one BIG cut and that's Jason Peters. He takes too many penalties and is being paid way too much (cap number is $11.7 million I believe). Cutting clears $10.7 million in cap space. I just don't think they can keep him around with that cap number.
PIT= NE D has not gone up an offense even close to this, Bell is awesome and if NE stacks the box then it goes to Brown and PITS D will pressure Brady Big, all day and this kid Dupree OLB who started week 14 and has 4.5 sacks looks like a winner!
This is the first draft that I actually have taken time scouting and looking into the players and teams. But again, it is still really early and a lot more scouting and more things need to happen in the process in order to get me a basis to go on. In this particular mock I predicted the picks based on where I think the SHOULD go not what I think they WILL Do. I will do drafts like those but not in this one.