Originally Posted by Posterize246
No chance. Scottie hasn't been an NBA prospect since after his freshman season. I'm sure he's just entering the draft to get that "draft experience".
-He's a streak shooter, and not a good one
-His ballhandling is only average
-He's not a point guard, as playing without Nardi has shown (wang4three can back me up)
-He's a below average athlete
-He was 6'0" coming out of high school, then magically was listed at 6'2" at Nova. Seeing him in person, he wasn't much taller than me and I'm 5'9". He wasn't 6'2" anyway.
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This year's draft is stocked with guards. Scottie would be stupid to enter the draft. Go back to Nova, take your stacked team back to a final 4, and have a good tournament and you'll boost your stock. Reynolds is in the same boat as Eric Devendorf this year.
i agree with you Posterize that he's got a lot to work on to make the league and do something there, but he is working out 3 times a day now and he's taking this process very seriously. I definitely agree he should come back, but to say he has "no" chance at the league...cmon now. How many people have been told that. Did anyone ever think Earl Boykins would do anything in the league? how about Will Bynum? those are just 2 examples of undrafted scoring guards under 6 foot, anything is possible as KG would say. He has the ability to score, and he can improve with time. Just don't count him out before he even gets here.