2012 NBA Draft Grade: Jeremy Lamb


On top of being an outstanding jump shooter, UConn shooting guard, Jeremy Lamb, is an unbelievable defender. He has hands that never stop moving and is quick enough to keep players in front of him defensively.  Lamb has a beautiful […]

2012 NBA Draft Grade: Marquis Teague


Marquis Teague was the lesser known freshmen of the “Tucky Threesome”, but still managed to show enough potential in Kentucky’s National Championship run to be projected as a first round pick in this year’s draft.  He is extremely athletic and […]

2012 NBA Draft Grade: Perry Jones III


Forward Perry Jones III led the Baylor Bears to a dream season last year, as they went all the way to the Elite Eight.  Jones III is a thick body in the paint and the NBA is always in high […]

2012 NBA Draft Grade: Andre Drummond


Andre Drummond is one of the freshmen entering this year’s draft that is generating very little buzz, which is ironic because he is just under seven feet tall. Drummond remains the second best center in this entire draft class, behind […]

2012 NBA Draft Grade: Kendall Marshall


Kendall Marshall was so close to finishing a dream season at UNC, but in a freak accident the point guard broke his wrist after hitting the deck hard during the dwindling minutes of an 87-73 win over Creighton . The […]

2012 NBA Draft Grade: Thomas Robinson


Thomas “T-Bone” Robinson became a household name this tournament season, something Southeast Conference fans know all about, as he has terrorized the SEC all year. The junior’s draft value has skyrocketed throughout the course of the year and is now […]

2012 NBA Draft Grade: Anthony Davis


Anthony Davis literally looked like a man playing basketball at the playground this past collegiate season, so it was obvious that the star freshman was going to be “One and Done” after one season at Kentucky. He was the key […]

2012 NBA Draft Grade: Harrison Barnes


Harrison Barnes came into the University of North Carolina knowing that he would step into a starting spot in Roy Williams’ squad. The small forward was the second rated recruit heading into the 2010 NCAA season and he certainly lived […]

2012 NBA Draft Grade: Bradley Beal


Freshman Bradley Beal came in to be Florida head coach Billy Donovan’s new creator on offense. Beal led the team with 34.2 minutes per contest, performing extremely well by averaging 14.8 points per game. After a season cut short by […]

2012 NBA Draft Grade: Jared Sullinger


Sullinger has been one of the best college prospects since walking on campus two years ago. He has anchored an Ohio State team that made it to a Sweet 16 and Final Four under his direction. Sullinger remains one of […]

2012 NBA Draft Grade: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist


Forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist was one of the critical cogs to the Kentucky Wildcats 2012 National championship run.  The freshman scored, rebounded, and selfishly announced that he was entering the 2012 NBA Draft amidst their championship run.  MKG apparently had his […]

NCAA Finals: Kentucky vs. Kansas Preview


By Adam McGill Game:  (1) Kentucky vs. (2)  Kansas 4/ 2 9:23 PM ET Game Analysis:  The one-seeded Kentucky Wildcats are one game away from ending a dream season and bringing their record eighth championship back to Lexington.  The team […]