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.
@PrinceKO I wouldn't say that, look at his offense in Washington - Jackson and Garcon are mediocre and inconsistent, Reed is often injured, they had no RB talent at all, and 3 bad to mediocre OL starters (Williams and Scherff are obviously very good). The niners offense isn't that good either, but McDonald and Celek are decent tight ends, we have a good RB (when healthy) in Hyde, and a few solid OL guys in Staley, Beadles, and Kilgore (when healthy). He's going from rags to slightly inferior rags (depending on free agency). I'd love to have Cousins here in SF, giving up pick 2 for him and pick 17 where I'm hoping we take McCaffrey. I reckon Cousins can throw for 4,000 yards and 25 TDs in 2017 in SF.