A torn rotator cuff is at least an 8. He's going to be out for the season if it is a fully torn one. My dad had it and it took him a year just to heal and another few months to be 100% again. He could barely lift his arm!
Stop mocking an FCS player to the Redskins in round 2. McCloughan has never taken one that high. He's only taken 6 players below FBS level in 10 drafts, none above the 5th round, and none while in DC. It's not his style. He's publicly stated he like big school players, even if they're backups (see Jones, Matt).
Typically plays at the proper pace, not forcing issues
Who does he guard at the next level?
Is he a point guard or shooting guard?
Won't blow by any defenders off the bounce
Needs to get stronger
Summary: As one of the top scorers in the nation, Nate Wolters is a terrific college basketball. However, there are a lot of questions as to how his game will translate to the next level since he doesn't have a true position and isn't an athletic wonder. Still, the guy knows how to score the basketball and will be good enough to land him a spot somewhere in the second round.
Player Comparison: Luke Ridnour. Despite lacking a great deal of athleticism, Ridnour has survived in the NBA as a crafty point guard and someone who can play off the ball and shoot the three ball. Wolters is very similar with his offensive abilities, but like Ridnour, will be a liability on the defensive end since he is neither quick enough to guard an NBA-level point nor physical or big enough to check a shooting guard.