Payton played two strong seasons with the Beavers but has some notable red flags on his résumé. He’s already 23 years old — older than most rookies — and has never really been a major threat from three-point range.
What Payton does bring to the table is athleticism and the kind of defensive potential that would make his dad proud. At 6’3 with a 6’8 wing span, Payton has the tools to be a high-level defender at the next level, even if he never quite reaches
“The Glove” status. Clearly there was interest from teams even though he didn’t get drafted because Payton has already agreed to a deal with the Houston Rockets.Cat Barber, NC StateBarber is coming off a monster junior year with the Wolfpack in which he averaged 23.5 points, 4.6 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game. There are questions about whether he has the strength or point guard skills to <a href=”https://www.mmogo.com/Nba-live-mobile/Coins.html”>NBA Live Mobile Coins</a> translate that production to the next level,
But it’s hard to ignore a 6’4 guard who puts up those kinds of numbers in the ACC. Only two point guards were drafted in the first round this year, so you know teams will be out looking for [url=https://www.mmogo.com/Nba-live-mobile/Coins.html]NBA Live Mobile Coins[/url] opportunities to take fliers on interesting prospects. Payton already got his deal and Barber should get one soon as well
Robert Carter Jr., MarylandCarter is a power forward prospect teams can dream on. He’s strong, athletic, can score in the post and is coming off a solid junior year with the Terrapins. There are questions about Carter’s motor,
which scouts point to as a reason he only averaged 6.9 rebounds per game last season, but most of the tools are there for Carter to develop into a useful NBA player. A key aspect of his game will be continuing to improve as a long-range shooter. As a junior, he took 2.2 threes per game and hit 33 percent of them, which was a step up from his shooting in his first two college seasons.
More progress there would give Carter real potential as a stretch-four. Hehas reportedly signed a contract with the Warriors.Alex Poythress, KentuckyThe rare four-year senior at Kentucky,
Poythress bounced around in a few roles with the Wildcats during his time there. In NBA Live 18 Coins December 2014, he suffered a torn ACL that cut his junior year short, and it took him some time to shake off the rust following his return. Still, there’s some potential here for Poythress as a classic 3-and-D type of wing given his length (6’11 wing span) and returning athleticism. Poythress knows he has something to prove, too.