Blow-by first step allows him to get to the basket
Terrific in the open floor
Handling contact when attacking the rim
Body control in the lane
Strength for his size
Inconsistent outside shooter
Not a true distributor
Forces issue too frequently
Not an NBA-caliber athlete
Summary: Wayns is making a mistake by leaving school early, as there is a realistic chance he'll go undrafted. He is a volume scorer who doesn't shoot the ball well from distance and never proved to be a true floor leader during his three years at Villanova. Plus, he lacks the ideal athleticism compared to the ideal NBA-level point guard.
Player Comparison: John Lucas. An undersized point guard who is more of a scorer than distributor, Lucas has struggled to find a role in the NBA and has floated around the D-League and overseas. Wayns figures to experience a similar situation as he will have to work his way onto a NBA roster, which won't be easy.
@jsemmens I've been to the Big Board in the past, but it's still an inefficient way of going about a mock. Not to mention, reports and the people writing them change, no? I come to Walt's site because I used to like his insight on every player. Now, it's simply team needs and a very limited amount of actual analysis. You definitely need SOME amount of explanation behind a pick with regards to team need, but you need much more of the player evaluation angle. Any dummy can write why a particular team "needs" a specific position; it takes a pretty good eye to understand what player needs to fill it. Again, just my 2 cents.
@dawg66 I see where you're coming from. I really do. But I'm sure as a Browns fan you can understand, they have needs EVERYWHERE. You aren't gonna win a super bowl unless you have a QB. Case in point pretty much every super bowl winning quarterback ever. Second, yes you have Terrelle Pryor and Corey Coleman. Terrelle Pryor is a slot receiver which is gonna get you nowhere unless you play for New England. Corey Coleman has yet to prove a damn thing. Mike Williams, however, just took down Alabama pretty much BY HIMSELF. It's the right range for him and I'm positive Huge Jackson wouldn't pass over him at this point, meaning pre-combine and interviews.
Here's my mock based on team need, prospect value and prevailing opinion as well as some ideas of my own. Please let me know about the team(s) that you follow more closely, and any picks that you agree or disagree with. Please comment, and feel free to rate.