provecy15 wrote:Top Point Guards I'm for around our late first round pick:
Kira Lewis- fast, fast and more fast
Jahmius Ramsey- super athlete
Tyrese Maxey- all-around player
Tyrell Terry- Sleeper pick. Maybe Tre Young Esque
Elijah Hughes- Excellent shooter from 3 and good athlete
Saddig Bay- Excellent stand still or catch and shoot 3 point shooter. Defend positions 1-5.
Josh Green- Good Athlete and a very good stand still shooter
Paul Reed- Siakim esque, great motor, excellent defender
Jalen Smith- Stretch 4. Good shooter
Zeke Nanji- best motor for the traditional bigs. Long and Athletic with a decent mid range
Daniel Oturu- Maybe the best all-around ( can shoot outside, protect the rim, ala, Serge Ibaka).
I really like that list as it fits guys who might be available at our pick and are guys that are interesting players that could be slotted in.
My only substitute would be Jahmius Ramsey. I don't see him as a PG as much as a scorer. I would put in Bolmaro and Dotson in the PG category.
The draft has another position, if you can call it that, and that is of sixth man scorer. Ramsey would fit that, along with Isaiah Joe and Grant Riller. I don't see these guys as starters but they are scorers that are able to swing a game with their scoring in a bench role. To me, they would have to compliment guys like Powell and Davis, but I could see a need.
Agreed with Bolmaro and Dotson, but I think Bolmaro might get scooped up before we get a chance to pick. My list actually has pieces that both of you mentioned.
Here are the guys I've kind of been drawn to (both 1st and 2nd RD):
Devon Dotson - PG - Kansas
Elijah Hughes - SG - Syracuse
Leandro Bolmaro - SG - Argentina
Mamadi Diakite - PF - Virginia
Xavier Tillman - C - Michigan St.
Daniel Oturu - C - Minnesota
I still need to look into the late 2nd Round better...There are so many potential players to look into with the second round pick or even undrafted additions. Even a guy like Woodard who I mentioned yesterday reminds me of OG, might be there at 58. I also have this feeling that Ayo Dosumnu (Illinois) is going to be a baller. As mentioned, Isaiah Joe (Arkansas) also has that 3-point shot, he would be someone I look at there.