Unproven against major competition (particularly fellow bigs)
Defending on the perimeter, in pick and roll situations
Summary: O'Quinn made a name for himself on the national stage in helping 15th-seeded Norfolk State knock off Missouri in the opening round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament. Because of his size, length and toughness, he should get second-round looks as a potential backup big man in the NBA.
Player Comparison: Adonal Foyle. Foyle came from a small school (Colgate) and never lived up to his potential of being the eighth-overall pick 1997 NBA Draft. Still, Foyle's size alone allowed him to have an 11-year career as a pro. O'Quinn will also face a major challenge in adjusting from playing against low-level Division I talent to NBA players. Like Foyle though, O'Quinn has the size to be an asset on a team's roster.
I would be shocked if Lamar Jackson is taken in the first round...let alone first 3 or 4 rounds. Has anyone actually watched him try to throw a ball? He's terrible. He's only completing about 50% of his passes against weak ACC schools. His running won't translate to NFL so we should really be looking at his passing. Will be a bigger flop that Johnny Manziel.
Another week of great NFL games and College games brings us closer to the draft, which is the best thing to look forward to if you're a fan of a bad team. Again, I made my own order, but with each week it's looking more and more stable with teams beginning to separate themselves. Also, do not hesitate to tell me I'm wrong, I love feedback and banter.