2010 NBA Draft Stock Report


NCAA LSU NCarolina Basketball

By: David Kay

Every Wednesday The Sports Bank’s NBA Draft and college basketball nerd, David Kay takes a look at whose draft stock is rising and falling.

Ed Davis, F/C, North Carolina, Soph.
Coaches always talk about wanting to see constant improvement from their players.  That is exactly what Davis has shown early on this season.  He is becoming more aggressive on the offensive end to compliment his already solid ability to rebound and block shots.  Against Michigan State, Davis scored a career-high 22 points and did an outstanding job of establishing position on the block.  He still needs to work on his shot, but is making the strides to be worthy of a surefire top-ten pick next summer.

Manny Harris, G, Michigan, Jr.

Despite a lackluster showing by Michigan in the Old Spice Classic, Manny Fresh as Len Elmore oh so cleverly calls him averaged 22.7 points, 9 rebounds, 5.7 assists, and 2.7 steals per game in Michigan’s three contests.  His three-point shooting has been atrocious (3-23 on the season) but his ability to attack the basket, and finish or get to the free throw line has been impressive.  Harris is still a borderline first round pick, but he can improve his outside shot has a chance of turning pro after this season.

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