Landeberg is one of the better freshmen that nobody has really talked about. He averaging about 18 points a game in the ACC on a very bad Virginia team. I would not be surprised he put his name in the draft and think that he is first round material
seen him twice against carolina, he was a complete non factor hte first time, less than 5 points i believe, and the second time he put up about 8 in the last 3 minutes of a blowout. He greatly benefits from bieng on a bad team, and doesn't score efficiently at all. He has some talent, and I know he is just a freshman, but he is slow, skinny, and not an explosive athlete. He isn't a great ballhandler either, Danny Green made him look like a child out there, and he is a late first early second type prospect. Maybe down the road, but with this kid I think that the numbers are a little inflated because of his circumstances and no team would wanna give him the multi year deal that goes along with a first rounder. He isn't good enough to be in the lottery, and he certainly isnt ready to help a contender, so im curious where in the first round he would go? Watch him play for once, if you arent too busy to watch the worst team in the acc, and you'll see that he just isn't there yet.
I followed him all year and he has been consistent most of the season, yeah he has some bad games but i feel think that he is as good as any shooting guard in the ACC.
I'm not as hard on him as the other guy. But he still isn't ready to come out and be a first round pick this year. He can definitely play. I'm not big on knocking a guy because he isn't a skywalker. Some of the greatest players to ever play the game were not great leapers. The kid knows how to play and he gets where he wants to get to on the floor. He averaged 30 a game his senior year in high school and is averaging 18 a game as a freshman in college. That proves that the kid can score the basketball. Nuff said.
no where near the best 2 in the ACC Henderson is just a freak. Id rather have Green or Ellington. McClinton as well.