la3346 wrote:How is he raw? This kid blocked 9 shots at the Nike Hoop Summit game. Besides, I'll take a guy that's raw but has the physical tools over a polished(not that O'Bryant is that) big stiff with a 2-inch vertical anyday.
How is he raw?
Have you seen his offense? No, you haven't. Because he doesn't have any. He's only been playing ball for 3 years. He has no shot, any bucket he will get will be right under the basket. And his ball handling skills would measure up to that of a small child.
So that's how he's raw.
Not sure what your problem with O'Bryant is.
Sene will be good, but he's going to take at least 3-4 years before he's ready to do anything worth noting in the big leagues. His ideal fit would be on a team who is stacked up front, so he can sit on the bench and learn. He needs to learn the NBA game in practice and from experienced NBA vets.