Uses his length to help him as a defender and rebounder
Though an improved perimeter shooter, still needs some work on his jumper
Relies too much on inconsistent mid-range jumper
Needs to work on his left-hand dribble
Man-to-man defense is a question mark since he has played all zone at Syracuse
Summary: Joseph has developed from the best sixth man in the Big East to the key cog on this year's Orange team. His athleticism makes him attractive at the next level and should earn him a spot in the first round of the 2011 NBA Draft.
Player Comparison: Chris Douglas-Roberts. More of a slasher than shooter, CD-R and Joseph have similar games due to their ability to make things happen off the bounce. CD-R does not shoot a lot of triples and while Joseph is an improved outside shooter, he will still need to rely on his ability to attack the hoop to make the most out of his NBA career.
I like how everyone says that Ameer Abdullah can't say healthy...he played in every game as a rookie and barely missed any time in college. So yes, he was hurt this year, but that doesn't mean he "can't stay healthy".
Walt, at what point are you going to realize that Jerry is no longer calling the shots, and idiotic "splash" type 1st rd picks aren't a thing anymore? Jabrill is a below average defensive player, who does not fit Marinelli's scheme at all. Time to scrap this mock and start over. With who you have on the board at 28, John Ross, Takkarist McKinley, or even Teez Tobr would be a better pick to mock there.