Summary: Despite playing out of position most of his senior year (he started at the four for Mizzou), English had a bit of a breakthrough season. His ability to play numerous positions and knock down open shots, and his high level of activity on the defensive end could land him a spot as a role player in the NBA. He doesn't have outstanding athletic ability though, which makes him a second-round prospect.
Player Comparison: Daniel Green. Much like Green at North Carolina, English was a solid role player at Missouri who accepted whatever role was thrown at him. Green has used that versatility and his ability to shoot the ball from deep to become an important role player for the Spurs. English has the potential to follow a similar career path in the NBA.
@Steel Willy The funny thing is, OLB, S, and CB entered free agency as bigger needs than DL, RB, and WR and in free agency, DL, RB, and WR depth were all added while out of OLB, S, and CB, depth was added to only one of those positions, yet Walt ignores CB, S, and OLB but gives them RB, WR, and DL. Another funny thing is offense is the stronger unit, yet the majority of the picks for Pittsburgh is offensive players. Not to mention, Buddha Baker and Derek Rivers being available at pick 62, and Walt having Pittsburgh pass on both is insanity