Summary: The former Wake Forest transfer was not even on my NBA Draft radar prior to the NCAA Tournament, but due to VCU's magical run to the Final Four, he suddenly drew a lot of interest and deservedly so. He has good size and a talented enough inside/outside game to draw second-round looks. If he goes undrafted, he will certainly get a chance to prove his worth in the summer league and in some team's training camp.
Player Comparison: Brian Cook. A below-average athlete by NBA standards, Cook has stuck around in the league due to his ability to step out and knock down jump shots. Skeen has that weapon in his arsenal and also the strength to overcome his lack of size. I would not expect Skeen to be to anything more than a seldom-used role player at the next level like Cook.
I would bet 10 units on both the Packers and Patriots, and then 5 units on the Packers in the Super Bowl. The Packers will obviously blow out the Falcons and Tom Brady is the best QB of all time. They've both won 7 consecutive games (Rodgers and Brady) and they are both unstoppable. Rodgers will obviously throw a touchdown in the final seconds to win the Super Bowl. I would bet a million dollars that this will happen.
So Big Ben, who has struggled all year on the road despite the competition and is banged up, is just going to magically find his groove and torch us? Anything's possible, but using the Seahawks game, which was ages ago and came shortly after we had to adjust after the Jamie Collins trade, is pretty dumb on your part.