Plays exclusively zone at Syracuse, so will have to prove himself as a man-to-man defender
Forces the issue too often
Inconsistent outside shooter
Summary: After a disappointing freshman season, Waiters has developed into one of the top sixth men in college basketball. If he turns pro after this year, he would likely be a top-20 pick, but might be better served returning for his junior season and further establishing himself in a starting role with a chance at becoming a lottery pick in 2013.
Player Comparison: Rodney Stuckey. Like Stuckey, Waiters is a combo guard whose best role would be playing the two than running the point, but is capable doing either. Both players rely on their strength and physicality to get buckets in the lane, and can also shoot the three ball.
am i the only to think Walt's got his J. Williams' confused? Joe Williams, highly talented explosive speedster from Utah retired at the beginning of the season and came back a few games in to have a stellar season. Dont see him anywhere on this list, but would think him worthy of top 10 at least by comparison.
Why is it that you hate the Chargers? Every year you make @#$@ picks for them, it just bad all the way around starting with Hooker at 7. Tom Telesco doesn't draft players who have been at the position only a year, and recently has been straying away from injury prone players as well. I would re-access your thought process on the Chargers.