Summary: After briefly testing the waters last summer, Thompson wisely decided to return for his junior year and became more of a focal point for Georgetown. However, he still didn't do enough to warrant being a first-round pick. He has good size and length for a NBA small forward and can shoot the ball from deep, but his lack of toughness and ability to attack the rim should have him hoping he will hear his name called sometime in the second round.
Player Comparison: James Jones. Jones has found his niche in the NBA as a role player who can provide instant offense with his perimeter shooting, but is fairly limited with the rest of his game. Thompson will enter the league with that same M.O., and unless he really develops his all-around game, he projects to be a Jones-like weapon due to his smooth outside shot.
i like quite a few of your picks, but as a 49er fan your first sentence for their pick doesn't make sense. they have spent 1st rnd picks in consecutive years on 3-4 DE's (Armstead and Buckner). and with Saleh as the new DC, they may switch to a eagle down D that only uses 2 DT, sometimes they move speed rushers inside, so that would clog up the depth chart adding a 3rd Interior DL. They desperately need OLine help, and pretty much everything else, but DLine isnt really a need, it would just be nice to have another one. Not saying they wont pick Allen, just saying its not a dyer need right away. Good mock tho, dont mean to sound too negative!
Besides left tackle, running back is the only position the Browns do not need an upgrade. I don't care how good Fournette is, they can't afford to use a first rounder on him when they have holes at so many other positions. Also they already cut Josh McCown and Tramon Williams.