Lateral quickness and long arms makes him an effective perimeter defender
Should be able to play either frontcourt position at next level
Inconsistent outside shooter
Too often settles for jump shots rather than being aggressive and getting to the rim
All-around offensive game still could use some polishing
Could probably add some more muscle
Summary: Moultrie has made an even bigger impact in his first year with the Bulldogs after sitting out a year because he transferred in from UTEP. He is a double-double threat on a nightly basis and also has a fairly well-rounded offensive game for someone his size. At the beginning of the season, his projection for the 2012 NBA Draft was somewhere late in the first round, but he is looking more and more like a possible late lottery pick.
Player Comparison: Al Horford/Jordan Hill. I see Moultrie with a ceiling of Horford and a basement of Jordan Hill. Moultrie has the combination of size, strength and athleticism like Horford with the ability to operate on the block or use his quickness to attack slower defenders off the bounce. If Moultrie fills out a bit more, he could be a center at the next level but is probably better suited playing the four. Both Horford and Hill can play either frontcourt position but struggle against legitamate NBA centers.
@Black&Gold Problem is that you see Eli and Cobi as solid backups. Truth is that Eli is number 2 and Cobi is our number 3. They aren't backups, but starters. So what you're saying is that we have no true number 2, but see no need in drafting a receiver? What D line depth are you thinking? DE or NT? Have you seen what LT Walton has done? Remember he's only in his second year.
@Steelr Fan 3:16 Coates was supposed to be plan B at number 2 with the uncertainty of Bryant. You make the case that he's a one trick pony and not a 50 catch per season wide-out, so does that scream out as a option for number 2? What gives you hope about Green? I hope he does end up staying on the field, but so far in his career he hasn't be able to do that. I like James, but if he goes down you trust Grimble? He can't block, and hasn't been reliable in the pass game. He did mess his ribs up with a nice touchdown reception a few weeks ago. That still doesn't mean he can pick up and be an impact if James would not be able to go. We have 7 picks in this draft. The first I hope goes OLB. We are good at CB with Burnes and @[email protected] will be challenged hopefully by Golson. Loser of the battle would be a good slot corner. Golson lacks length so they may throw him in the slot role anyways. LT Walton has been more than solid at DE. If Heyward or Tuitt can't go a few weeks during the season then I have faith in LT to get the job done. I like Chickillo and Moates at OLB. They have started and played solid. Williams and Dirty Red at backup ILB is good depth that any team would love. Safety we have Golden and Dangerfield. Both have started any didn't miss a beat. Offensive line? Yeah, we're good there. You say we're good at tight end and WR, so with or final 6 picks we're going what exactly? A RB would be nice with Williams age. A backup that won't see the field unless God forbid Bell gets hurt is a wasted pick anywhere in the top 4 rounds. Maybe 5th would be suffice. That's 2 picks gone and 5 to go. A backup QB of the future would be nice. Four to go. A special teamed lol? Warren, Boswell, and Berry are really good.