Eenie-Meenie has badgered me and the mods about removing something he actually said because he's clearly completely sane.
She must hav managed to hit buttons and submit the reply before her killing spree ended.
Harrow - I don't see anything special about him at this point. Lightening quick, good ball-handler, but not elite at passing and too thin, imo.
Goodwin - Our best guard by a mile and an offensive beast. Once again, he led the team in scoring and is just a badass. Best player, at this point, not named Noel.
Poythress - Not really showing much yet. You can see it's there and it will come shortly. He rebounds big, hit 2/2 from 3 .. but looks like the game is still fast for him.
Noel - As advertised. 17pts on 8/9 shooting, 11rbs, 4blks .. all in 26 minutes.
Willie Cauley-Stein - He could possibly the most underrated (or under the radar) player in the nation. 7' and has the fastest 40 time on the team. Incredible hands (was an excellent wide receiver in HS. The dude has potential lottery pick all over him .. for a guy that no one knows exists at this point.
Wiltjer - can shoot as well as anyone in the sport, but a defensive liability, to say the least.
Why are we even discussing this? I can't honestly think you believe it's impossible to get a general idea of how good a player can become while they're in high school. Is it more difficult to predict before they play college ball? Sure. But, that's part of the fun for a lot of us: watching the progression of players from the time they're in high school till they they hit the hardwood of the NBA and go on to--in some cases--become legends. I would enjoy discussing these players even if the Jazz didn't have a future lottery pick.
Numb's cool, he was just having a bitch moment.
I've been saying WCS could be the most underrated prospect in the nation. How many legit 7 footers have you seen that is this kind of athlete while still in HS?
*The video contains both bb and fb highlights. (reminder that Willie has the fastest 40 time on the team this year)