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https://www.nbadraft.net/2019mock_draft

 

this nba draft site, which is one of the best ones out there, now has Chuma going in the first round and Austin following him in the early second. Better get used to the idea of Chuma leaving now as I think he's only going to jump on more peoples' radar as the season goes on. Shows you what the exposure the Maui Invitational can do though and having Jay Bilas gush all over you on national tv.

 

Definitely gonna need to add a grad transfer or that Juco big man for next season. Oh lord I don't even know what'll happen if Danjel lights it up and leaves too.

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2 hours ago, Gene Loblaw said:

https://www.nbadraft.net/2019mock_draft

 

this nba draft site, which is one of the best ones out there, now has Chuma going in the first round and Austin following him in the early second. Better get used to the idea of Chuma leaving now as I think he's only going to jump on more peoples' radar as the season goes on. Shows you what the exposure the Maui Invitational can do though and having Jay Bilas gush all over you on national tv.

 

Definitely gonna need to add a grad transfer or that Juco big man for next season. Oh lord I don't even know what'll happen if Danjel lights it up and leaves too.

If Chuma leaves that's at least 2 more open schollies available (Wiley being the other).

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I love the fact that we have two Auburn players projected in first two rounds and I would not be surprised to see them both go the NBA route but I am not sure how they can project Chuma in the 1st Round. To me any first round player has shown games where he can take over the game. I have not seen this with Chuma "YET".

He has shown flashes of brilliance but so far he has not been the go to guy.  He has the talent and as the year progresses he may become that guy but at this time it is a stretch to have him go 1st round. I do expect him to go to the NBA camp in the spring and see how the NBA scouts evaluate him.  If he does continue improving to be a legit 1st round pick, it is a two edged sword it would hurt to lose him but getting a first round pick and possibly a second round pick in Wiley would help us on the recruiting trail.

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I want our guys to have great success as a team and individually.  NBA draft picks + Auburn University is a nice looking combo.  I hope Chuma plays one additional year.  He'd be an absolute monster next year.  Yes, I'm Auburn selfish and proud of it!

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Disclosure:  I know almost nothing about the NBA

Wiley has had a dreadful year, not showcasing anything but shotblocking.   He misses close in, he is not a long range threat, not a great defender overall and to me, sometimes looks lost.  

Shouldn't he return and try to develop and become a legit NBA prospect instead of a project who probably can't play in the NBA?

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3 hours ago, Beaker said:

Disclosure:  I know almost nothing about the NBA

Wiley has had a dreadful year, not showcasing anything but shotblocking.   He misses close in, he is not a long range threat, not a great defender overall and to me, sometimes looks lost.  

Shouldn't he return and try to develop and become a legit NBA prospect instead of a project who probably can't play in the NBA?

It's already been said in his thread recently that he is likely to return, especially since he's still hurt & his injury will not get any better or worse this season.

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Is coach Pearl recruiting at any big 6-10 to 7-foot centers for next year and in the future?

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18 minutes ago, auburn4ever said:

Is coach Pearl recruiting at any big 6-10 to 7-foot centers for next year and in the future?

I’ve read Auburn is the favorite to land Clifford Omoruyi who’s a top 60 overall player. He’s a 6-10 Center. Would expect AU to be able to land a good grad transfer center though if needed. 

 

 

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On 2/13/2018 at 10:56 AM, boomstick said:

This is the best way I know how to show the roster down the road. I have put everyone who might return into the 2019 and 2020 rosters just to show where we are. The 2019 class will probably have at least 4 players in it because we lose 4 seniors. What happens this offseason will have a major impact on the next 2-3 recruiting classes. The large senior class combined with multiple underclassmen potentially leaving makes that 2019 recruiting class one of the more important classes in recent Auburn basketball memory.

Good time to make the final four, huh?

Thanks for the chart, it's great!

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7 hours ago, homersapien said:

Good time to make the final four, huh?

Thanks for the chart, it's great!

Is it ever not a good time to make the Final Four?

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