Rarely forces the issue, good shot selection and patience
Good shot blocker
Physicality; needs to get stronger
Not the most explosive 6-9 player
Too often has a guard's mentality settling for jump shots
Handling double teams (though he likely won't see any in the NBA)
Summary: Nicholson was an under-the-radar prospect most of his career until leading the Bonnies to the Atlantic-10 Tournament title and spot in the NCAA Tournament. Due to his inside/outside ability, Nicholson should likely be a late first-round pick. I don't think he will ever be a starter in the league but could be a valuable reserve and thrive in pick and pop situations.
Player Comparison: Charlie Villanueva. Villanueva has always been more of a perimeter-based power forward who can use his length and versatility inside as well. Nicholson is in that same mold. He has a nice stroke from the outside and can take defenders down low with his back to the basket game. The former A-10 Player of the Year does tend to float out on the perimeter too much just like Villanueva.
Pretty bad all the way around, and last year you were not even close!!! Hooker, then Watt.....C'mon man. I hate the pick of a WR, but I bet TT grabs Davis or Williams at #7. I would rather someone Like McDowell, Solomon or Allen, but doubt he will pull the trigger. Bolles and Robinson played better than Ramczyk at OT.