Doesn't have the ball-handling, distributing skills to run the point
Will struggle guarding bigger shooting guards, especially in post-up situaitons
Can improve in one-on-one iso situations taking defenders off the bounce
Creating for teammates
Summary: With Mizzou's terrific season, Denmon has gained more exposure on the national level as an NBA prospect. He still has some limitations; most notably, it is his size that hurts his stock. Denmon plays with terrific effort though, can get after it on the defensive end, and shoot the three, which might land him a spot in the second round.
Player Comparison: Gary Neal. Neal has found a home with the Spurs due to his ability to provide a spark off the bench with his outside shooting and ability to play defense. Those are the two attributes that Denmon will have to rely on at the next level. Neal has played the point some but is probably at his best when he is at the two. Denmon is more naturally a shooting guard, but could maximize his potential by learning how to play point guard at times.
@SKOLarson I didn't have them cutting Dunlap or Franklin due to the fact it would cause a lot of dead money and also there really is not many better options available. There really isn't good linemen in the draft and only one tackle is that great in free agency at that's Ricky Wagner who will be highly sought after by a lot of people.