I didn't know much about Su'a Cravens so I looked up some stuff on him. Turns out he's probably going to play LB in the NFL. That indicates to me that even if he were to play safety, he would be a strong safety, and the Vikings need a free safety/ center-fielder type . I know Harrison Smith is listed as a FS, but his best fit is SS and if we had a better FS he would be up front full time
Needs to be more assertive at attacking the basket
Agressiveness as a rebounder
Summary: Taylor has been the same player the past couple of seasons and not shown much growth; a high-riser, solid defender with great size and athleticism for his position, but still really struggles with his outside shooting and creating offense for himself in the half-court. I wouldn't use a first-round pick on him, but he could sneak in as one of the top 30 picks.
Player Comparison: Matt Barnes. Barnes is a solid defender who is at his best when he relies on his athleticism in attacking the basket, or running the floor and finishing at the rim. That also describes Taylor. Both guys also have the same weakness - shooting the ball from deep. Barnes has stuck in the league as a role player, and that's what Taylor can hope to do as well.