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Not worried about Pat or his numbers. Averaging 11.1 and 6.9 and just put up 19 and 10 in KC vs. 9-2 KSU. His board #s are heavily affected by Yegeute who averages 6.3 a game. I fully expect Pat to dominate conference play and end up averaging around 12 and 8 then get drafted in the 17-22 range.
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for as big as Pat is, his game is pretty fineness... and he's not a finesse type player...
Thanks. After I compiled my numbers, I found this link today:
If 6'9" in shoes is right, then Young is probably about 6'8" without shoes. That puts him slightly above the mean at the link above. [Still I do think a case can be made for looking at median not mean in this data.]
Whether he stays or decides to leave early, next yrs team will be fine with or without him. The intangible he brings to the team is leadership, as next years team will be loaded with a young bunch of studs that can flat out ball with the best of them. So if he decides to stay, it will give Fla. a huge advantage in the frontcourt. IMO, if he's not a top 15 pick, he stays his Sr. yr. Needs to work on his flexibility. Looks too muscle bound & tight. Just not real smooth IMO. But he's as tough as nails & has an NBA body with loads of NBA potential. He should do very well as the season progresses. I'm still banking on a 26-4, 25-5 record this season.
How were Ezeli and Macklin much more productive than Young? Ezeli was more productive in his junior season, but he wasn't that much more productive. Ezeli's senior season was pretty much equivalent to Young's sophomore season, although Ezeli was dealing with some injury trouble. Macklin wasn't more productive than Young in college at all... His offensive game was probably a bit more polished, but for the amount of flak that Young gets for his rebounding, Young has been a more productive rebounder than Macklin.
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