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The Most Underrated Player in College Basketball is ....

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He didn't even have a profile on any draft sites last year. This year he's going to make noise.


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Jamaal Franklin is solid but

Jamaal Franklin is solid but I like to refer to CJ Leslie as most underrated.

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CJ Leslie was a McDonalds All

CJ Leslie was a McDonalds All American. He's expected to come in and end up in the lottery. Jamaal was a nobody coming out of high school, and a bench warmer his freshman year. I'd have to say he's more underrated than a guy who had lottery expectations coming in. The 6'9 230 lbs Leslie is more along the lines of....underacheivement.

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YEZZIRRRR.. you know whats

YEZZIRRRR.. you know whats up. jamaal is my second fave prospect

dude is a MOSTER, and im not gonna lie, i haven't seen him play a full game... but i have watch extended highlights and this kid got IT, anyway you look at it

love him as a prospect, and headed to the lotto

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I Think

Tyler Lamb might do good this year, he has the size and smoothness to be a Good 2 guard, with a breakout season i see him being a late first

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I have trouble seeing him

I have trouble seeing him play at any level of professional basketball. Maybe low level euro ball. He's not athletic, can't handle the ball and he was an overrated shooter coming out of HS.

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Tyler Lamb is a decent player

Tyler Lamb is a decent player but I think he'll be too overshadowed by Shabazz, Kyle and Jordan. Anytime you have younger guys at your position on your team that are as good or in this case, noticably better, it's hard to get attention from the NBA scouts. He's going to be a 4 year guy.

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Most Underrated

Most Underrated play in college basketball is Ike Azotam.

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I saw Azotam in Quinnipiac vs

I saw Azotam in Quinnipiac vs Yale last year and he was pretty good. He averaged 15 and 10 last year (soph)

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Most definitely agree; looks like he has all the tools and athleticism, but no one even mentioned his name this year. Looking forward to seeing him blow up.

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CJ Leslie. It does not matter

CJ Leslie. It does not matter that he was a McDonald's All American in high school. He is the most underated player (def in the ACC) in the nation. Take him away from NC state and they have no scoring presence inside to match their perimeter play(Lorenzo Brown should be considered for this too). He went toe to toe with Thomas Robinson and in my opinion if it wasn't for foul trouble he leads his team past KU. He will be a big reason NC state finishes top 3 in the ACC and is consistant top 15 team all season.

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True. I expect that from a

True. I expect that from a McDonalds All American.

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CJ Leslie does not weigh 230

CJ Leslie does not weigh 230 pounds where do you get that from?

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Da Bull

I think Reggie Bullock is going to suprise some people. He's already proven to be an exceptionally good rebounder and developed into one of the better perimeter defenders in the country.

With UNC's PG position is up in the air right now, I can 16/8/5 with all conference type of defense, if his late season playmaking skills get improved on. With a little more consistency on offense (ironically his strongest trait out of high school)--now that he will have an entire season of starting--and some type of inbetween game, can you say lottery?

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YEZZIRRRR..

YEZZIRRRR..

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