UK vs Maryland
Alex Len is a lotto pick.
Will cauley-stein is impressive.
why does archie goodwill look 6'3?
Wiltjer will play in the nba
Will Cauley screams to me Sean Williams at this point.... talented dude
Archie looks every bit of 6'5 he's super long
Will Cauley could be the best out the bunch when it's all said and done, he has alot alot of potential.
idk about goodwinn being 6'5... my eye test says 6'4 at the very most.
he looked 6'3 to me...
All the ppl who put noel over bazz. lol
I know its one game and hes a freshman but come on over bazz tho?
im not sure ryan harrow is an nba prospect
Me either....I had a post on here saying how he isn't, this game is proving me right, he doesn't even get into the lane like Teague,Knight,Wall,Rose did, and that's his bread and butter.....his lack of strength is going to hold him back big time.
He's not, yes he's quick and has nice handles but what else? He's in the Pierre Jackson class to me
Uhhhh Pierre Jackson is actually better than Harrow and has a shot at getting drafted.
Harrow is more in the Joe Jackson class.
Noel needs to learn how to box out...and play solid man defense...and catch the ball in traffic...and shoot....and when not to rotate for the block...and...
The added weight is really showing for Len. I guess this is what he looks like when his teammates pass him the ball. We'll see if he can carry his production over the course of the year. He started off well last year too.
JARROD FREAKING POLSON CMON BABY, love the guy's effort, def isn't the most talented player, but makes the most of his time.
Also, Alex Len really impressive tonight, let's see how he does the rest of the year, will be a very interesting prospect this year.
Honestly really not suprised at all by Polson's performance, the guy has been practicing against pro's every day for the last 2 years, he's easily a mid major starting PG, not that suprising.
I'm not either, being from Kentucky I keep up with the team, and he had some decent buzz in high school in the state, it's just awesome to see him get a chance and make the most of it, especially on a team with a lot of young highly recruited players