Undersized to guard an NBA power forward but not quick enough to cover a small forward
Defending on the perimeter
Lacks ideal NBA athleticism
Breaking down defenders in one-on-one iso situations
Slow release on his jump shot
Will probably have to cut some weight to gain athleticism and quickness
Summary: Green capped off a stellar college career with an All-American-caliber senior season. There is still concern as to how his game will translate to the NBA since he doesn't have a true position at the next level. Still, I think he can potentially be a solid role player due to his intangibles and could get late first-round looks.
Player Comparison: Boris Diaw. Diaw is an undersized, jack-of-all-trades type of player who can impact in a game in many ways. Green is similar in that he can do a little bit of everything on the floor and doesn't need to be a scorer to make a positive impact on his game.
For the Vikings it doesn't matter who our RB is if we don't improve the line first. Our first pick HAS to be an offensive lineman. Preferably an OT where we have nobody who should be starting, but it could also be an interior lineman if that's what's available. Obviously the Vikings could spend in FA and improve the line to a point where our first pick can be BPA, but the line is by far and away the number one priority.
I'm not sure why but that diagram made me uncomfortable when skeletor was too close at the end. Not super uncomfortable, but uncomfortable like that feeling you get when you know the ghosts have you cornered and you're out of those super pellets and they're just about to kill you.