Couldn't agree more. Berman is one of the top 10 (wait...let's double check ESPN's roster...), top 5 talents ESPN has. In fact, I propose a White House petition to bring back, back, back, back, back the Berman/Jackson NFL Primetime.
Strong build allows him to handle contact when driving
Has shown steady growth throughout his freshman year as a floor general
Drive and dish/kick ability
Inconsisntent outside shooter
Has a little hesitation hitch in his jump shot
Decision-making a work in progress
Needs to improve court vision in the halfcourt
Summary: Like previous John Calipari-coached point guards, Teague steadily improved during his freshman season after getting off to a bit of a shaky start. He is not in the same class as John Wall, Derrick Rose or Tyreke Evans, but is certainly still a first-round talent. He could go anywhere from the mid-teens to late first round in this weaker class of point-guard prospects.
Player Comparison: Ramon Sessions. Sessions was a play-making point guard early in his career like Teague; relying on his ability to get to the basket and set up teammates. Sessions hasn't been much of an outside shooter throughout his career (this year being the exception) and Teague has a ways to go in that area as well.