I'm not even sure he'll be there at 25. Also, he is a pretty terrible tackler and I don't know how much Gettleman values that in a CB. Could drop him down our board a bit if he really values that.
Couldn't disagree more about his tackling skills. He's a very good all around player.
But I don't take Wake Forest players high. They usually don't improve much in the pros. KJ has been at Wake now five years and he probably understands the game as well as you could expect. Physically, he won't get much stronger. And mentally, I don't think there is a lot of room for improvement. Wake prepares their kids well, even as talent deficient as they are.
Bottom line-- WF players almost always disappoint in the pros. Aaron Curry, Alphonso Smith, Chris Givens, Brandon Ghee, Kenny Moore, the list goes on and on.
That's why I hope we hang on to Mo. Kemba finally has a point guard that can be his mentor and plays a style that Kemba can learn from. No doubt the time off watching the offense under Mo was good for Kemba to see.
No one particularly shot well last night and Kemba is still getting into the swing of things.
You look at Kemba's numbers from last night-- typical shooting night but very good distributing the ball for Kemba and it seemed like much less boneheaded plays.... I think that's a byproduct of playing off of the ball and letting the game come to him.