Found June 27, 2012 on Hoops Manifesto:
Andrew NicholsonSt. Bonaventure - Senior (Born 1989)Power Forward6'10" 234lbsThe Good:- 7'4" wingspan- huge hands- terrific scorer- can score in post ups, jump shots, isolations- has three-point range on his jumper- good foul shooter- good shot blocker- experienced - played big minutes all four years in college The Bad:- will be 23-years-old when the season starts so potential is less than younger prospects- turnover prone- didn't play in a BCS basketball conference or for a big basketball school- needs to get bigger/stronger- not an explosive athleteNBA Comparison: a better version of Craig BrackinsThe Skinny:Andrew Nicholson is a very intriguing prospect who has garnered a lot of buzz heading into the draft.  His length and skill set should translate well to the pro game.For more NBA draft player profiles, visit our 2012 NBA Draft Consensus Mock Draft  
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