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For all we know Muhammad may stay in school or he may turn out to be a bust. YOU HAVEN'T EVEN SEEN MUHAMMAD PLAY IN THE NCAA!!!

Mitchell is a hybrid, a Kenyon Martin type player. A player that can come off the bench and bring energy and points

If we somehow end up better this year and have a pick in the area of eight through fourteen, Mitchell would be a perfect fit.

Can you freakn tell me why in the blue h3ll will we take another SF when we just drafted two SF? And if your answer is that he's a PF, why the h3ll would we take an undersized 6'8" PF. Foreal? How'd you even get an internship for Sir Purr.

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Also if you noticed, I didn't include freshmen because I actually wan't to see them play in the NCAA before hyping them up.

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We have two of the same players down lol

You're an idiot.

In real sense, I'm 1-4 and you're 1-5.

McAdoo is McAdoo until he proves otherwise. Zeller is the only sure thing in your list.

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Can you freakn tell me why in the blue h3ll will we take another SF when we just drafted two SF? And if your answer is that he's a PF, why the h3ll would we take an undersized 6'8" PF. Foreal? How'd you even get an internship for Sir Purr.

He is a 7'2 wing span, that's why

http://www.draftexpress.com/profile/Tony-Mitchell-(North-Texas)-6229/

Try looking at facts before talking out of your ass, it makes you look like a fool.

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Also if you noticed, I didn't include freshmen because I actually wan't to see them play in the NCAA before hyping them up.

Dude basketball is so different from cfb. When a hott prospect is hyped up, more than likely theyre something special. Basketball is easily scouted than football.

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He is a 7'2 wing span, that's why

http://www.draftexpress.com/profile/Tony-Mitchell-(North-Texas)-6229/

Try looking at facts before talking out of your ass, it makes you look like a fool.

Tell me why we would take another SF just bc he has a 7'2 wingspan? You're talking out your ass trying to look like a genius acting like you know sleeper players.

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In real sense, I'm 1-4 and you're 1-5.

McAdoo is McAdoo until he proves otherwise. Zeller is the only sure thing in your list.

The only sure thing on your list is also Zeller, because unlike you I have seen all of the guys play at the NCAA level on my list; you have only seen two play on your list.

When push comes to shove, I expect the pick to be McAdoo or Zeller.

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Dude basketball is so different from cfb. When a hott prospect is hyped up, more than likely theyre something special. Basketball is easily scouted than football.

Then how did Barnes go from the next MJ to the 7th pick in the NBA Draft?

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Tell me why we would take another SF just bc he has a 7'2 wingspan? You're talking out your ass trying to look like a genius acting like you know sleeper players.

Draft Express is the hottest website out there when it comes to basketball, and what do they have his NBA position as... oh yeah power forward.

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