@FrenchNick Pegula still has the name Bill Polian in the back of his mind...and if the entire front office is blown up, look for Polian to become the new President and his son possibly new GM. In this case, I see the Bills trading out of No. 2, if they end up there, grabbing additional picks and taking the best receiver available w/ their first pick. Then, wherever there's a Polian, a Kelly cannot be far behind. The Bills take Chad Kelly in either the high second round or by trading back into the late first.
Moving away from the ball; using screens to get open
Using pump fakes to create space
Handles the ball well
Terrific in the open floor
Rebounds well for his position
Lacks killer instinct, leadership
Can mentally check out when his shot isn't falling
Staying in front of his opponent while defending
Summary: Though streaky and inconsistent at times, Lamb will likely be the first shooting guard to come off the board on draft night. He possesses a capabale all-around offensive attack and is a gifted athlete with terrific length. Lamb should fall somewhere in the mid-late lottery depending on team needs.
Player Comparison: Kevin Martin. A slender, lengthy wing, Martin can score in a variety of ways. Lamb's strength is his smooth, effortless looking outside shot, but he also has the athleticism to get to the basket like Martin.