Jabari Parker: 18,8 ppg 8,1 rpg 2,3 apg 1,2 rpg 1,2 bpg
Noah Vonleh: 16,3 ppg 7,5 rpg 1,6 apg 1,8 spg 1,5 bpg
Julius Randle: 14 ppg 6,5 rpg 2 apg 1 rpg 1,4 bpg
Andrew Harrison: 10,8 ppg 4,4 rpg 4,5 apg 1,6 spg 0,7 bpg
James Young: 9,2 ppg 3,8 rpg 1,2 apg 1,2 spg 0,4 bpg
WCS: 6,8 ppg 7,1 rpg 1 apg 0,6 spg 1,8 bpg
Dakari Johnson: 10,1 ppg 8,8 rpg 1 apg 0,5 spg 2,5 bpg
Alex Poythress: 7,5 ppg 4,8 rpg 0,6 apg 0,6 spg 0,6 bpg
Kyle Anderson: 14 ppg 10 rpg 4,5 apg 2,1 spg 1,2 bpg
Chris Walker: 16,1 ppg 7,8 rpg 1,6 apg 1,4 spg 1,6 bpg
Kasey Hill: 14,4 ppg 3,5 rpg 6,5 apg 1,6 spg 0,4 bpg
Marcus Lee: 5,1 ppg 3,4 rpg 0,5 apg 0,4 spg 0,6 bpg
Aaron Gordon: 15,8 ppg 7,1 rpg 1,3 apg 1 spg 1,6 bpg
Aaron Harrison: 6,5 ppg 2,4 rpg 1,5 apg 1,1 spg 0,4 bpg
Kuran Iverson: 14,8 ppg 7,5 rpg 2,6 apg 1 spg 1 bpg
Jordan Adams: 20,1 ppg 4,5 ppg 2,5 apg 2,6 spg 0,4 bpg
Mitch McGray: 16,5 ppg 9,5 rpg 1,6 apg 1,5 spg 1 bpg
Jermaine Lawrence: 13,3 ppg 6,8 rpg 1,4 apg 0,8 spg 1,2 bpg
Jabari Bird: 12 ppg 4,5 rpg 2,4 apg 1,2 spg 0,4 bpg
Isaiah Hicks 10 ppg 6,5 rpg 1 apg 0,6 spg 1,3 bpg
Nate Britt 9,3 ppg 4 rpg 4 apg 1,4 spg 0,2 bpg
Justin Anderson: 12 ppg 5,6 rpg 3,3 apg 1,2 bpg 1,4 bpg
Perry Ellis: 15 ppg 8,5 rpg 1,4 apg 0,9 spg 0,9 bpg
Kriss Dunn: 11 ppg 6,2 rpg 4,5 apg 1,5 spg 0,5 bpg
Danuel House: 16,5 ppg 6 rpg 2,3 apg 1,2 spg 0,4 bpg
North Carolina: 15,2 ppg 6,7 rpg 1,6 apg 1,6 spg 1,2 bpg
Kentucky: 13,5 ppg 5,6 rpg 2 apg 1,4 spg 1 bpg
Florida State: 18,5 ppg 8,1 rpg 1,6 apg 2,1 spg 1,6 bpg
Kansas: 20.8 ppg 9 rpg 1,6 apg 1,8 spg 1,6 bpg
If Kuran Iverson does that for Memphis next year I will be very pleasantly surprised.
Seeing as he's a shooting guard and his only job is really to score I def think he will average at least 10+ a game. I think Kentucky will boasts 1 of the highest scoring teams in the nation
I like your stat prediciton. I honestly think Julius Randle will average more than 6 rebounds though. I think he will average a double double. Dude is a beast. If Wiggins doesn't go to Kentucky, I think Randle will be the best Wildcat next season and the best from a statistical standpoint as well.
Dakari, WCS, Poythress, Marcus, Young(6-6), Harrisons( 6-5/6-6 ), Kyle, uffff honesty 6 or 7 per game
I haven't seen much of Walker but 16 a game as a frosh seems kind of high..with Young Yegutte and Prather all coming back it isn't like he will be the man right away.
His dunk contest impressed me but I don't know if his game is polished enough to score over 15 a game.
18 a game seems a bit high for Parker as well...too many scorers on Duke's team next year and Parker might not even be Duke's best player (from a statistical standpoint) with Sulaimon and Rodney Hood on the team.
Haven't seen many people talk about those two, but NBA types are very intrigued by them.
Parker will come in and be the best player on the Dukies from a statistical standpoint and from every other standpoint you can think of. I am a believer in Hood but Parker is on another level. The reason the Dukies will be ranked top 5 preseason is as much the return of Cook, Sulaimon, and Hood as much as it is the incoming of Jabari Parker.
Do you think 18 a game though? That's as good as Kyrie and I'm a bit iffy about putting those kind of expectations on a freshman.
I doubt he averages 18 a game but I think overall he's going have a huge impact in just about every area of the game. He doesn't need to score a ton to be effective.
18 a game is a lot but I wouldn't be surprised if he was right around that number. I think he will realistically score around 16 per game which is right around what Otto Porter put up for G-town this year.
Parker won't average that. I'm glad he's coming to duke but Rodney hood has put in serious work and is ready to be a star. Sulaimon and cook are also going to be ready to contribute. But everyone is forgetting that Andre Dawkins comes back next year. Duke will have plenty of people to score their concern will be big men and rebounding.
Pretty accurate numbers for Mitch Mcgary next year. He is going to dominate next year and could possibly sneak in as a late lotto pick....
Randle will get waaay more than 6rebs, especially if Cauley gets only 7 like you predicted..your statement on Dakari and Lee don't count cause they will definitely won't play the same time when Randle is on the court and after all we are talking about the guy like Poythress losing some of his minutes that's really means Dakari and Lee will have A LOT of DNP..
I guess close to 9 actually
also more and more I see Jabari as a super versitile but not a scorer they claim him to be..but I'm OK there I'm more confused about his NBA potential in college he will do whatever he wants..
and Chris Walker? 16/8 almost 2/2/2 on a team like Florida? with his potential and athleticism I would say those numbers would say there is a future 20/10 allstar bigmen with a nice playmaking and super versitile defense..
I see this in his sophmore year maybe..
and don't underrate Aaron Harrison, even his brother says Aaron is a better scorer and he can playmake he had even more assists in MCD game..I believe next years scouts could be watching his development in Jrue Holiday's way how a fulltime SG could become a really good PG in the NBA
...other than that I kinda like the predictions especially on Aarong Gordon , Kyle Anderson, Mitch McGray