Very sorry about the mis-post. Word press is kindah wonky today. It doesn’t like it when I fiddle around with html tables.In any case. This is the last of the series of Paloozas.
This table does not need to be this big. In fact, I should make a Apple 4 quadrants map and post it up.
There’s the old and good: Tyler Zeller.
There’s the young and bad: Everyone else.
There’s the old and bad:
And there’s the young and good:
Jared Sullinger. Sophomore Except he’s 6’7 wth long arms. And he can’t block. Assists, Rebounds and Blocks transfer over to the NBA from the NCAA north of 85% of the time. God, i’m sick of stretch forwards.
There’s John Henson, a junior, 6′ 9. 2.3x blocks! But…everything is normy.
Miles Plumlee. He can rebound. That’s about it.
I’ve included Cody Zeller, and
Holman but their not in the draft. I just like their stats. Also Holman is short, got shot in college once, and skipped out half the year due to personal issues—meaning he got kicked off the team for doing something bad.
Turns out, Holman is in the draft as a 2nd rounder!
If you can get past the fact that Holman is such a nutcase, he is 5th in my rankings for center/forwards, 13th for my Power Forward list. He gives you consistent production. He’s aggressive. Everything else is average except for his STEAL and OREBS. He’s 6’8 with a 7’4 wingspan. He is a senior though. He played in a competitive area and he’s got a decent 8 PAWS. I mean, you could do worse.
What you want from your center is rebounding and blocks. If Sullinger develops blocking ability–well, he would have by now–he’s not gonna. Your best rebounding blocker is Zeller. Followed by Miles Plumlee, and Henson.
Once those three get taken, your left with Meyers and Fab Melo. Like coffee stains.
School’s out! Have fun with the stats!