Found June 28, 2012 on roundballchat.com:
THe Dallas Mavericks jump on the chance to draft Tyler Zeller. This is a great pick for the Mavs who have really not had a true scoring center for a while now. That is excalty what Zeller is a skilled big man that kind shoot and run the floor. Zeller showed what a talent he is last season, when he was finally healthy. Zeller has a ton of offensive skill for being 7 foot tall. He runs the floor extremely well, and finishes in transition. He also has a nice jump shot, which he uses in his mid range game. He is money from the free throw line. Zeller can also finish around the rim. He has very good post moves especially the jump hook. Zeller is also a strong rebounder and can block shots. Zeller can be even better if he can add 5 to 10 pounds of muscle and get stronger. He should also try to improve his explosiveness. Tyler Zeller, North Carolina Height: 7-0. Weight: 250. Year: Sr. ’11-’12: 16.3 ppg, 9.6 rpg, 1.9 bpg, 55.3 FG%, 80.8 FT% Follow me on twitter @ScottBaske...
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