10/8/2012 2:30 PM (edited)
Which of these two players would you sign for a PF/C slot?

Name Pos. GPA FG% FT% A SPD REB DE BLK LP PE BH P WE ST DU TOT
Stanley Jackson SF 2.86 70.0 69.0 74 16 49 49 23 69 3 16 14 47 77 39 476
Thomas Wilborn C 2.87 68.8 65.4 58 18 54 48 46 69 23 15 19 36 64 45 495
 


From scouting, the only high/high attributes I have found are for Jackson in speed and defense.
 
From scouting, the only high/high I have found are for Jackson in speed and defense.
10/8/2012 2:27 PM
I'd need to know where the regular high/low potentials are, plus you probably want to read the last two lines back to yourself.

I prefer Jackson, if all of the potentials are even - you're giving up the ability to shoot from distance and twenty-something points of BLK for 15ish of ATH and ST, and for me, that's an acceptable trade. Really depends on the potentials, though.

EDIT: now the potential colors are showing. hold a sec.

OK, with those potentials, I'd say that Jackson's the better player, but you want Wilborn if the guy's going to have to play at the 4 or the 5.  Jackson just isn't a post player.
10/8/2012 3:01 PM
#2 is the better big with the rebounding hitting at least high 70s. Jackson is a longer term project that could end up as a pretty good sf. 
10/8/2012 4:40 PM (edited)
even with the REB advantage for Wilborn, i think Jackson is by far the better PF and I really don't think its that close

EDIT: I missed the LP, with this Wilborn is the better C but I take Jackson at the 3/4
10/8/2012 8:36 PM
It depends on the Division, D2 or D3? Offense, defense? Returning SF's & Big's?
10/8/2012 9:06 PM
at D2 or above I wouldn't want either. Jackson's bh and pas limit his usefulness at the 3 and his rebounding is too low for the frontcourt. Wilborn is limited by weak ath and def. Both would be ok role players at D2 I guess. I'd hate to rely on either. If its D3, take Jackson. His eventual 80 ath will help compensate for some of the lack of reb if he plays the 4. 

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