So what if Zeke is a rookie? And they didn't draft him #4 overall, given that he's a prototype 3-down back, to have him in a timeshare with Morris or McFadden. Behind that line, coupled with his skills as a runner, receiver, and pass blocker, there's no way he should fall past the first round.
@Walter I don't see how you think Fitz is "fine" there, given the fact you pointed out Palmer's diminishing arm strength and generally not liking older players. I get he's produced with awful QBs and they're not running him deep anymore, but even so, the point you made about AP apply even more to Fitz. Bad pick
Decent post-up game, which has room for improvement
Good mobility for this size
Solid post defender
Touch around the rim
Free throw shooter
Aggressiveness on the glass
Turns the ball over too often for a big
Decision-making in the post
Prone to foul trouble
Summary: Ezeli will be drafted solely due to his size alone. He isn't a stiff by any means inside, but does not possess a ton of skill, which projects him as a backup at the next level. Ezeli battled injury early in his senior season which sort of stunted his growth some, but because NBA teams are always in need of some size inside, he will get drafted possibly as high as late in the first round. More than likely, he'll fall into the second round.
Player Comparison: Brendan Haywood. Ezeli isn't an especially skilled or athletic big man, but knows how to use his big body in the paint and make the most out of the opportunities he is given. Haywood is a similar player who has made a living in the NBA due to his size and strength; not because he is an overly talented basketball player.