Saw the hole Alabama vs. Texas a&m game and let me just say cam Robinson manhandled Garrite at no point in the hole game did Garrite ever get to the qb an make him hurry or sack him while Robinson was on him and let me just say this, Robinson's foot work and ability to keep Garret off balance was extremely impressive...I personally was not impressed with Garrite, Robinson on the other hand is a quality N.F.L Prospect and Garrite was shut down..
2013 NBA Draft Scouting Report: Giannis Antetokoumpo
Position: Small Forward
Size: 6-9, 196
School: Greece, 1994
Possesses all the ideal physical tools
Handles the ball well for his size (point forward?)
Ability to rebound and lead the break
Can smoothly knife through defenses off the bounce
Finishing at the rim
Can defend multiple positions
Loaded with potential
Hasn't played at a high level in Europe
Still very raw in his all-around development
Aggressiveness on the glass
Lacks real blow-by ability
Inconsistent outside shooter
Low release on his shot
Summary: Antetokuompo is perhaps the greatest mystery of the 2013 NBA Draft. He possesses all the physical tools and potential to be a very good NBA player due to his size, versatility, and room to grow. Antetokuompo likely won't contribute in the NBA anytime soon and figures to be a draft-and-stash guy who could possibly pay huge dividends down the road for a team willing to roll the dice. I wouldn't at all be surprised if he sneaks into the lottery, though the late teens/early twenties seem like a more realistic landing spot.
Player Comparison: Evan Turner/Devin Ebanks mix. Since Antetokuompo is such a unique prospect, this is a tough one. Turner and Ebanks both were considered "point forward"-type prospects early in their careers due to their ability to handle the ball for their size and contribute in multiple different facets of the game. I think Turner sprinkled in with some Nicolas Batum is Antetokoumpo's ceiling while an Ebanks-type player is his basement.