Doesn't force the issue; takes what is given to him
Active on the boards on both ends
Gets great positioning as a rebounder
Plays with terrific energy
Moving his feet on the defensive end
Runs the floor well
Limited offensive game
Not an explosive athlete
A center trapped in a power forward's body
Summary: Ratliffe put together an extremely efficient season, shooting nearly 70 percent from the field this past year. He is very active on the inside and physical down low, but is a bit undersized and limited with his offensive game, which makes him a second-round prospect.
Player Comparison: Jason Maxiell. Like Maxiell, Ratliffe is a center trapped in a power forward's body. Maxiell has utilized his wide frame and physicality to be a serviceable role player, which Ratliffe could become as well. Neither guy has a great deal of offensive ability outside of the paint, but both are effective around the hoop.
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.