Raptors Forum | Toronto Raptors Forums & Message Boards - View Single Post - Who are your top 5 highest potential guys
View Single Post
Old 02-27-2011, 07:59 PM   #8 (permalink)
si 52kcuBvelC

Junior Member
Join Date: Feb 2011
Posts: 69

Originally Posted by Snooch View Post
the article I posted was written February 9th so obviously a majority of sports writers still feel he is a top prospect.

And to compare his numbers in games in which he gets at least 9 shots up:

16.5ppg on 57.5% shooting on 11.8 shots
4.25fta(not a good free throw shooter)

Pretty damn solid numbers imo. Needs to improve his shooting and defense but he has all the tools at his diposal.(playing out his natural position of sf I might add although on offense he tends to be a sf but on defense he has to try to be pf)

Lets compare him to probably the best pf coming out of college, sullinger.

19.6ppg on 56.4% shooting on 12.9 shots.
7.1 fta

Lets compare him to Terrence Jones, a SF

17.5ppg on 45.5% on 13.5 shots

To say he is a second round pick is absolutely ridiculous. He is a top talent in the draft right now. Easily top 3 or 4 depending upon who is picking. I personally prefer Terrence Jones because he brings some things the team could definately use but Perry Jones is a potential star in the league, and coming out of this weak draft that is nothing to thumb your nose about.

Sports writters are spors writters are not NBA scouts for a reason
nuff said

then again you think he's got KD written all over him yet Durant didnt make only 1 3 pointer his whole college career like Jones, nor did Durant only get 14(not 16) PPG

he's a late 2nd to UDFA without the name Perry Jones. Sullinger absolutley dominates and embarrasses Jones in that comparison nobody will take him in the top 5 thats lock

he's a no talent hack
ClevBuck25 is offline   Boss Key Wife Key