So I don't follow college ball too closely, but hoopshype reported that Malcolm Lee is going to be leaving UCLA at the end of this year. He hasn't gotten much PT in his two years, but he will still only be just 20 years old when he would play in his first NBA game. I read up on him in Draftexpress and they said he is already a lockdown defender and still has upside as he grows into his body. He also excels in transition and uptempo settings. They really make it sound like most of his problems will go away or become strengths once he adds some muscle (which most people do pretty soon after entering the league). Hoopshype said he will probably end up going in the first round based off of upside alone. Seems like a guy we should go for if he falls to the Utah pick, right? I don't know too much, but if we can get a terrific defender with extreme upside at the SG spot, we take him, IMO. Anyone who watches a little more college ball than I do know more about him? Anything about his personality or playing style?
Thanks in advance!