Hopefully the sissy fight is over and we can get back to the topic on hand. I think in four years Amere will be an average starting power forward, Chandler will be a star, and Lebaron James will be a top 10 player in the league. Stadimire has no range, limited moves, and a some good athleticism. He has been playing agianst people half his size and half his strength so I don't blame him for just backing them down and dunking on them, BUT, NBA powerforwards are just as strong and big as him. He has no J to go to when he is outmatched physically, and he can't take many people off the dribble. He will be a decent player but nothing that special. Chandler can run the floor, block shots, hit the midrange J, and take players off the dribble. He is also 7-1 which works in his favor. He will be able to blow by power forwards, and post up small forwards. And then there is James. This guy is going to be great. He can play the point, or SG, or even SF. He has all sorts of skills on both offense and defense. I think when he comes out of high school next year he will make the most impact rookie year of any highschooler ever. James will be something special.