Where would stats like this get you drafted:
16 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 30% from deep, 80% from the foul line, 43% from the field as a sophomore.
If you know who I'm talking about don't say so I can get everyone's opinion.
it's silly to even try and answer this question. I've seen guys put up better stats go undrafted and guys put lesser stats and go lottery.
i agree you cant know unless you know who they play against and actually see them play on top of there size, skill set etc
You talking about a fantasy draft?...because those are the only drafts where only numbers matter.
I remember Marvin Williams got drafted with pretty average/bad numbers.
I depends on if they have skills that can translate to the NBA. I have seen guys that led college in scoring go undrafted. College number don't mean as much unless you are skilled or athletic enough for it to translated to the next level. There are so guys they average more in the nba then they did in college.
considering this guy is Willie Warren, yes I would draft him the lottery. He had a bad season this year, but my god he has serious skill, talent, and potential
Yeah, where you play and who you play against and size and athleticims has a huge impact on where you go in the draft.
On stats alone where would this guy go?
17 ppg 13.2 rpg 57% fg 58% ft 1.9 bpg 1.6 spg
Joe, are those stats of a mid-major guy if so probably the 2nd round or undrafted depending on the guy's size, if it's a guy from a major conference, that's lottery.
Stats are completely irrelevant in the draft
If I told you:
22ppg, 13rpg, and 2.1bpg
16ppg, 10rpg, and 1.7bpg
You'd obviously pick the first one...
But then if i told you
you'd quickly & easily select Cousins
very true, its Morehead State's junior forward/center Kenneth Faried,...he is 6'8'' he is a great college player, but is most likely a 2nd round pick this year or most likely next seasons, BUT if he was doing that in a big conference, you are right, he'd be lottery