Walt, you need to put Texas LT Connor Williams on this list. Dude is going to be one of the best LT's in this class. He'll be a JR this year, but former TE with outstanding movement and pass blocking skills. Dude is a stud and Freshman All-American. First time in a while I've been excited for our Offensive line.
Lateral quickness, will struggle guarding NBA small forwards
Tends to fall asleep defensively
Lacks NBA-level explosiveness at the rim
Summary: Jabari Parker is one of the most complete offensive players in college basketball, which is why he will be in the discussion for the top-overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. Parker may not have the athleticism or upside of Andrew Wiggins or Joel Embiid from Kansas, but Parker is ready to contribute right away at the next level. He should be a big-time scorer in the NBA due to his offensive versatility. The defensive end is where most concerns emerge about Parker.
Player Comparison: A mix between Luol Deng and Kevin Durant. Parker is a Luol Deng-type scorer with his versatility as an inside/outside threat, but Parker has better handles and can create for himself more than Deng. Sprinkle a bit of Durant or Carmelo Anthony in there as well since Parker shows terrific scoring ability already for a teenager, but I am not near ready to say Parker will consistently average 25-30 points per game during his career like Durant and Anthony have. Parker could ... but I'm not ready to go there. Therefore, he will be a better Deng, but not as good Durant/Anthony.