Moves well off the ball, especially coming off screens
Effectively utilizes runner in the lane
Decision-maker; doesn't force much
Needs to get stronger
Attacking the basket
Finishing strong in the paint
Taking defenders off the bounce in iso situations
Lacks ideal NBA athleticism
Summary: Lamb was one of the better pure shooters in college basketball this past season. That is where he can make his biggest impact at the next level; being a shooter off the bench. I am not sure his role will be anything more than that though, which is why he projects as a late first-round pick.
Player Comparison: Leandro Barbosa. Despite being undersized, Barbosa has had a successful NBA career coming off the bench as a scorer. Lamb will likely fill a similar role on whichever team he ends up on, and like Barbosa, he has a great touch as a shooter.
Sam Rogers is an interesting fullback. While he is undersized, he made some big plays as a runner and receiver. He could hurt defenses as a forgotten man in coverage. He made a lot of big plays for the Hokies.
This point system for the trading seems very off. For example, how was the trade between Chicago and San Francisco even? Chicago got robbed, regardless of the player they chose. How was one less player out of the pool of hundreds worth two 3rds and a 4th?