I know he's not going to be a lottery pick when he comes out or anything but can this Penn State PG at least get a profile on this site or what? His averages through 17 games: 18.9 PPG, 5.5 APG, 5.9 RPG, 41.2% 3PT. Not to mention he's leading the (re?)surgence of PSU basketball--they are 13-4 (2-2) with a big upset of Purdue (granted, without Robbie Hummel & Chris Kramer) in what is their best attempt to get an NCAA bid in quite a while. Give the man a profile!
I actually played against Talor Battle in high school and he was damn good in high school, but I never thought he was going to do this well in only his second season in college and was eager to see if he was going to get a profile on this page. I believe by his senior season he will be a late first rounder-mid second round draft pick.
I think when we get into the 2011 Mock Draft, Battle's name could come up.
I agree that he will be at least a late first round pick. This years draft will not be that good and I really think this could be the year for him to come out. He was just up here in Minnesota playing our Gophers against our shut-down defender Al Nolan and still put up good numbers. Now when I say that he should come out this year, I'm not saying that he is ready to make an impact, I'm just saying that this gives him the best chance of being drafted in the first round. I got him as the one of the best players in the big ten. Right up ther with Morgan at Michigan State, Harris at Michigan and Landry at Wisconsin.
Teammates Malik Hairston and Maarty Luenen unexpectedly heard their names called but Taylor didn’t.
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Dude, I think you're talking about Bryce Taylor. Talor (No "y") Battle is a sophomore PG at Penn State.
Yeah, it seems that you posted this comment just about everywhere, so...yeah.