We are a few months from the start of the college basketball season, and the road to the 2014 NBA Draft has become. To kick things off, I am going to spend the next couple of weeks looking at this year’s senior class and some brief notes on areas where they need to show improvement to maximize their value at the next level.
These are not meant to replace scouting reports, which will come out during the season. These are not all-inclusive and just meant as a brief primer for those who want to track draft prospects throughout the season. These are also not in any particular order other than who I choose to write about each post.
Doug McDermott, Creighton, Forward, 6’8, 225
(2012-13) 23.2 ppg, 7.7 rpg, 1.6 apg, 54.8 FG%, 87.5 FT%, 49.0 3FG%
McDermott, one of the best scorers in the nation, is also one of the most versatile offensive threats. Having spent the summer representing the USA at the World University Games, and then being one of two college playe...