if you are going to claim an update on Feb 2, you should at least make it look like you've been watching the NBA this season. Kevin Martin hasn't been the Wolves 2 for months. A guy named Wiggins is the starter there. Maybe you've heard of him. They've also been playing LaVine as the backup there recently. They will not be drafting a 2 based on need. If Murray were the best available, that's possible. He isn't. Stick with football. It seems what you know.
@S.n.i.f.f.y Thanks for the feedback S.n.i.f.f.y.! I completely missed White going back to school, so I will change that pick as soon as I can. I can also definitely see Leonard Floyd going higher, but I just couldn't find a place to slot him that made a lot of sense. I'll probably end up mocking him top 20 in my next update. And I'm glad you like the Rams trade! I think that with a quarterback, that team could at least challenge for a playoff spot, though the difficulty of their division/the NFC will make it hard for them to get there. Thanks again for the read!
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.