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Old 12-17-2009, 05:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Jared Sullinger

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Just watched him dismantle #1 Findlay Prep with 32 points and 17 rebounds. Absolutely dominated Tristan Thompson and Findlay he is the real ****ing deal. Would not be surprised to see him win Big 10 POY next year.

Has lost quite a bit of fat and has gotten into better shape. Has soft hands, good footwork, and is very skilled. Could be a lottery pick in 2011.
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can't wait till he's a Buckeye
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He is like the next Kevin Love
And at this point is the best HS player along with Knight and Barnes
Not as much NBA potential though IMO
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Sullinger is off to a pretty good start, early frontrunner for FOY. He is a load in the post.
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Old 11-19-2010, 02:46 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Still wondering if he's the next Terence Dials or the next Al Jefferson.
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I think he will be close to Jefferson, I'm not sure he will be that good though.
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I doubt Sullinger is that bad defensively.
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Sullinger should go #1 but he won't because he ain't sexy enough. I am not so sure how "undersized" he is going to measure either. Looks to be longer than Horford though not the athlete but looks to be a pre-draft conditioning program away from being a passable NBA athlete.

Should be a good fit in Toronto, Washington, Detroit, Milwaukee, Golden State, Indiana, etc.
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I mean.... I wouldn't draft him #1, but yeah he's good. I just don't trust 6'8'' post scorers as that high of a pick, but I suppose if no one else stands out you could do worse. Can't be worse than Blair, and he had a good rookie campaign.
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I wouldn't take him #1 either, not over Kyrie Irving. Irving is the most talented kid to suit up for Duke in a long time and I can say that with great confidence after watching him twice.
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I wouldn't take him #1 either, not over Kyrie Irving. Irving is the most talented kid to suit up for Duke in a long time and I can say that with great confidence after watching him twice.
that just sounds funny...

I don't know if i'd take him #1 overall (yet at this point you can make an argument), but the kid is GOOD. He doesn't seem THAT undersized to me, he has good length, great vision (for a BIG) and has helped tOSU become a top 5 defense, and top 25 defensive rebounding team as well. Needs to trim some of that baby fat tho but he seems like hard worker and a good kid which is a plus..
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I haven't seen Irving enough to have an opinion, but I have absolutely formed an opinion of a player by seeing him once or twice. To be honest that's usually all it takes.
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I was just saying it 'sounded' funny, Nim. Not that he couldn't come to a conclusion after watching 2 games (although i prefer 5 or so). Anyways, Irving is the real deal, dude looked nearly unguardable..and could shoot(gasp)!
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It does seem odd that elite guards don't take their entire senior year and work on their jumpshot. How much better are they really going to get at seeing the open man or getting by a defender?
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Sullinger is the next Danny Fortson
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