Here you go. Answers are below the fold.
ht = height w/o shoes
ws = wing span
sr = standing reach
mv = max vert
ag = agility
Player 1: Rashad McCants' junior season (20 years old).
Player 2: Randy Foye's senior season (22 years old).
Player 3: OJ Mayo's freshman season (20 years old).
I recently took part in TWolvesBlog's Blogprint for the Future pt 3. In it I was asked about my take on who the Wolves should draft. Here's a little snippet:
One of the most common schools of thought with Wovles fans in regards to Mayo is that he is the 1b star that is needed to pair with Big Al in order to take the Wolves to the next level. In other words: He's the scoring mate that KG never had. Unfortunately, this hopeful thought simply doesn't match up with Mayo's track record or his style of play. Go take a look at Randy Foye's senior season. Now take a look at Mayo's freshman campaign. Take a look at their height, reach, size, and strength. Take a look at how each player relied on the 3 ball. Take a look at how each player was a volume shooter. It's pretty hard to think of a player in this draft that duplicates what Randy Foye already brings to the table more than OJ Mayo.
In fact, I think Mayo is more Stevie Franchise than any other player I can think of. He's the ultimate low PPR lead guard who will carry a low-to-mid 40s shooting percentage while still putting up 20 points and relying heavily on jump shots. Nice player? In his prime, yes. Superstar? Sorry Stevie.