Posts tagged "2011 nba draft"

2011 final draft suggestions

Bulls Fans, It has been great covering the 2011 Draft with you guys.  After all the coverage, I figured I owed you my official draft hopes if we stick with our three picks (28, 30, and 43). Pick 28 – Charles Jenkins (Hofstra) – I feel that the Bulls need another creator, shooter, solid defender,... Read more »

2011 NBA Draft Trade-Ups; 2nd Round Prospects

Well Bulls Fans, it has been another great draft, and I just wanted to cover in case we trade up players I feel we should go for and also cover the 2nd round steals in my opinion. 1st round trade up targets SG Marson Brooks (Providence) – Having covered Marshon already, I still feel he... Read more »

Jeremy Tyler draft profile

Jeremy Tyler 6’11, 260 lbs., C Jeremy Tyler’s claim to fame was skipping his senior year of high schools to head overseas and get paid for international ball.  Jeremy Tyler was ranked #1 in his class at the time, but his stock has fallen tremendously since heading across the pond though the physical tools, size,... Read more »
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Darius Morris draft profile

Darius Morris (Michigan)6’5, PG, 190 lbs. Ultra-skilled point guard that blossomed this year for Michigan, Darius Morris was one of the leading assist men in the nation at 6.7 per game and did so at 6’5.   Offensively, Darius Morris played for a Michigan team that used a spread offense.  Usually, the offense would consist... Read more »

Reggie Jackson draft profile

Reggie Jackson (Boston College)6’3, 205 lbs., PG     Coming out of nowhere with ablistering season for Boston College, Reggie Jackson, in terms of athletic ability and skill, is a top 15 player.  Normally a player of his talent would see his draft stock increase as the process furthered, but his stock is declining due to... Read more »

Josh Selby draft profile

Josh Selby (Kansas)6’3, 195 lbs., SG/PG Coming out of high school hyped as one of the top three prep players, Selby, a phenomenal athlete, entered college with a reputation as an explosive scorer.  His college career started rocky amid concerns over eligibility, and he struggled to find a consistent role. Offensively, Josh is the ultimate... Read more »
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Charles Jenkins draft profile

Charles Jenkins (Hofstra)6’3, SG/PG, 215 lbs. Despite hailing from a small college, Jenkins is rising as a draft prospect.  Charles Jenkins put together another dominant season for Hofstra as a jack-of-all trades combo guard. At Hofstra, he was the offense with little support in terms of creation ability from others.  Offensively, Charles is most effective... Read more »

Kenneth Faried draft profile

Kenneth Faried (Morehead St.)6’7, 225 lbs., PF An undiscovered, mid-major player,  Kenneth Faried is strictly a Power Forward at the NBA level without much of an offensive game.  However, Kenneth is the most tenacious rebounder I have seen since Danny Fortson.  He’s a great athlete who plays with a high motor, intensity, and has a muscular... Read more »

Justin Harper draft profile

Justin Harper (Richmond)6’9, PF, 230 lbs.     Always skilled for his size and semi-athletic, Justin Harper came out of nowhere this year and showed his versatility.  While still fairly new to the game, Justin shows a great shot for a stretch four and solid basketball IQ.    Offensively, he’s best in the catch-and-shoot situations; particularly... Read more »
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Tyler Honeycutt Draft Profile

Tyler Honeycutt (UCLA)(6’8 SF/SG, 190 lbs.) Tyler Honeycutt is coming out after his Sophomore Year at UCLA.  He came to UCLA as a skinny player with a high skill level and while he has played well enough to tantalize scouts as a prospect, hasn’t lived up to expectations.   He’s a streaky shooter capable of big... Read more »