Summary: I am not sure what position Smart will play at the next level but because of his ability to impact the game in a number of ways and how hard he plays on both ends, he appears to be a lottery lock. If Smart were a better shooter or true point guard, he would likely be in consideration as a top-five pick which still might happen.
Player Comparison: Tyreke Evans. There are a lot of similarities here; size, strength, ability to attack the tin, struggles with outside shooting, versatility, lack of a true position. What separates Smart from Evans is his competitive fire and effort on the defensive end. I'm not sure Smart will ever be a 20 point-per-night type of guy like Evans was during his rookie year, but I wouldn't rule it out down the road.
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