Anyone else really like his potential?
He's 6'8" or 6'9" with a reported 7'2"+ wingspan. Great athleticism, nice motor, and his skillset has promise. He obviously needs a lot of polish, but he has a lot of the necessary tools you'd look for in a great 2-way player.
He could become the next breakout sophomore for Cuse, following Waiters and now MCW.
Outside of MCW, I think he's the best NBA prospect on the 'Cuse roster.
It'll be interesting to see if he grows anymore because he was not this tall when I saw him play at Dematha last year. Grant has potential lottery pick in 2014 written all over him.
If Chris McCullough reclassifies and comes to Cuse next season that frontcourt duo of McCullough and Grant will be scary next year!
I think both Jerami and his brother Jerian of Notre Dame have nba potential..To me his brother Jerian's skills are a little more advance,Jerami is still growing as a player..He struggles to create his own offense,gets most of his points in transition and have no post game..But he's an elite athlete and with more seasoning he could be a 1st rounder in a few years....
McCullough has already addressed the media and said he will not reclassify.He has to much work to make up in order for him to do it. I think him and Jerami are very much alike,so when Jerami Slides out I feel Chris McCullough can slide right in.As M-eazy noted Jerami did have a pretty nice growth spurt. He got taller and his arms got longer. He was like 6'7 when he graduated and I think that was in sneakers.Then 3 months later he was up to 6'9 with an enormous wingspan. I think Jerami will be a draft prospect in the 2014 draft,Then you cuse guys get Chris and he slides right in.Not to mention he is more offensively developed then Jerami.
I knew this guy would blow up in Syr.