Embraces playing inside and doesn't try to be something he is not
NBA ready build
Attacks the glass
Length helps offset his lack of great ups
Mobility; moves quicker than you would expect from a player his size
Range out to the three-point line
Needs to improve as a pick-and-roll defender
Guarding quicker players on the perimeter
Summary: Sullinger figures to be the fourth Buckeye big man in the past five years to be one-and-done. He is a beast down low, and loves throwing his body around and being physical in the paint. The former two-time Mr. Ohio Basketball is not the greatest athlete in the world which might make his transition to the NBA a little more difficult, but he is still a top-10 pick if he declares after his freshman campaign.
Player Comparison: Elton Brand. Brand came into the league somewhat limited by his 6-9 height, but made up for it with his ability to out-physical his opponents. That describes Sullinger perfectly. The Buckeye freshman does not yet have the perimeter game that Brand did when he entered the league but should make a similar impact from the get-go.
For starters, the bears had a top 10 passing defense, ranking higher than the Seahawks. They need more people on the defensive line if anything on defense. Sure their safety could be upgraded, but they can save that for later rounds. The ravens have more needs than at WR. I doubt they address that hole left so early. Next, how in God's name do you not address the Saints' need for a pass rusher or secondary player? Sure it is okay to start in the middle of the field, but they need to start where they are weak the most. Also, The titans are NOT going to pass up on Corey Davis at pick 18. They need a no. 1 WR and he is one of the best in the draft.
@Claymaker I am a bit 50/50 on him where I can see him turning into something, but I can also see him be a bust. Preferably I like my top corners to come in with good technique and not be selected hoping he can learn it in the NFL. As we have all seen the NFL is quick to pull the plug on coaches and GMs so I would rather not spend a top pick on a player who is still very raw. For some reason I have this Justin Gilbert feeling in my gut on him, but who knows he can prove me wrong.