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Trey Burke

Im just curious why he isnt getting any attention from anyone. I think he is the best freshman pg in America and one of the if not the best pg prospect in NCAA. This dude is a beast and should be the first PG drafted, reminds me of a young Stephen Curry


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Young Stephen Curry? They

Young Stephen Curry? They have literally nothing alike other than maybe their sneaky quickness but other than that he doesn't have Curry's size, shooting ability, and basketball IQ. He'd be better off staying a couple more years.

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He's too small. The NBA as is

He's too small. The NBA as is now needs PG's that are at bare minimum of like 6'1 and Burke is like.. Barely 6'. I'm a huge Michigan fan but he could do well waiting to come out another years and hopefully surprise people like Isaiah Thomas is doing now for the Kings.

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Stephen Curry is not a good

Stephen Curry is not a good comparison. Their games are nothing alike. He takes too many heat checks as a PG for my preference and settles for a lot of ill advised shots. Young version of kemba more like. Burkes stats are almost identical to kemba's sophomore campaign and their playstyles do have a lot of similarities. Is Burke really that short? He's listed at 5'11'' on the espn website but when he plays I wouldn't have placed him under 6'0'' maybe even 6'1''...

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^^ Its the reason why he was

^^ Its the reason why he was so under recruited. He plays a lot bigger than he is though. He's like a mini spark plug on offense.

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Burke

He's proven that his size isn't a huge problem, he's taken down the likes of Keith Appling and Jordan Taylor. Also, he's got a very long wingspan and great quickness. I think that he'll stay at least another year, however.

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He reminds me of Will Bynum

He reminds me of Will Bynum

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1st rounder for me, since

1st rounder for me, since long time ago. this kid can do it all!!! shows a good passing instinct, displaying nba caliber passes and can score from anywhere, anyhow in the court. gets to the line. showcasing no chink in his armor other than size, which is 6'0 ft. this guy will be special and is michigan's best player already. he reminds me of college chris paul with less passing skills and the stealing tendencies...

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Needs seasoning but is a great

young player. He isn't remotely thinking NBA right now. The thing is he played a lot of off guard in his past and is a great shooter. He was lighting up Ohio High School ball for the last two years as primarily a outside shooter. I never imagined seeing him then that he could run a team the way he does. His handle was the knock on him and he erased that completely. He and hardaway seem to like each other also, I thought that pg and a sg as the best players on a team would be disasterous. All he has to do is keep playing great. People have been over looking him years, he'll get his due soon enough.

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He is good and should play in

He is good and should play in the NBA eventually. I see him as a longterm prospect someone who will stay at Michigan for a bit. Reminds me of Jameer Neolso when he was at St Joes. Great leader, intangibles, manages the game well, aggressive player and pretty short for an NBA prospect.

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