11/25/2012 12:06 AM
Is this player worthy of a late round draft pick out of D2?

Athleticism 69
1
 
Speed 95
1
 
Rebounding 2
 
 
Defense 69
 
 
Shot Blocking 6
1
 
Low-post 64
1
 
Perimeter 96
 
 
Ball Handling 93
1
 
Passing 78
 
 
Work Ethic 92
3
 
Stamina 87
1
 
Durability 68
1
 
FT Shooting C+  


If no, what about when his other stats/accolades are included (as I believe it was noted somewhere that these are taken into consideration too)

2x NPOY
2x 1st Team AA
1x 3rd Team AA
1 National Championship

3155 career points, 372 Assists, 185 Steals

11/25/2012 12:27 AM
A crap shoot to predict guys getting drafted from D2 ... that said, I think he's going to get drafted, and very possibly a good bit before late second rate. What an absolute beast for D2.
11/25/2012 12:44 AM
I think he will get drafted late first.
11/25/2012 3:10 AM
He obliterated the Points Record, wow!  Creasy really benefited off of the assists to him too, lol

On a side note, Saying that simulated players name (Creasy) makes me think of "Man on Fire" and that little girl screaming his name when he's shot

11/25/2012 5:06 AM
that dude is amazing... i have started guys like him on d1 championship teams
11/25/2012 2:01 PM
the most impressive stat out of many impressive stats may be the nearly 200 steals in spite of playing zone.
11/26/2012 9:22 AM
He's kind of weak at the free throw line :)
11/26/2012 12:36 PM
and he's got pointy knees...
11/28/2012 8:37 AM
no draft for mr. flinn :(
11/28/2012 11:02 AM
Posted by bow2dacowz on 11/28/2012 8:37:00 AM (view original):
no draft for mr. flinn :(
that's a shame. What a player he was.
11/28/2012 1:14 PM
I would think he'd need higher ATH to get drafted. Pretty sure I've had 2 guys drafted from D2 teams both were guards with 80+ ath/80+sp with high per/bh/pa. The NPOYs would have been a big help in the past, but it doesn't even matter much in D1 anymore so I doubt it matters at all if a player wins D2 NPOY. 
11/28/2012 1:51 PM
are players drafted by their listed position and listed position only?  Or, can cores relate to any position?  I'm asking, can a listed PG be drafted as a SF if the cores fit the bill for that?
11/28/2012 1:53 PM
Seble said he made a change to the logic that players draft position was based on a rating system that identified their position regardless of their draft position. So in theory a PG can now be evaluated as a SF if he has a 50 REB but 70bh/70pa. Before the change this player would be looked at as a PG who wasn't a very good ball handler or passer whereas now he's looked at as a SF with pretty good ball handling and passing. 
11/28/2012 2:01 PM
hrmmm, very interesting.  Thanks, kmason. 

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