Re: D.J. White
There is more to being an athlete than just running and jumping though. He has pretty quick feet and it pretty strong as well. He won't be confused as a SF, but he is more than athletic enough for the way he plays. I don't think he will be more than a decent bench player, but athletic ability is not as much as a concern as his lack of a mid-range/outside shot, his average hands, and the fact when he gets the ball he can't even find a superstar like Gordon when he is open. I am willing to bet he drives his coach crazy right from the start when he losses the ball so much and doesn't look to make the extra pass. The bad hands may be a concern, but the face up shots and keeping his head up when he has the ball will be fixed with a good coach. I don't see any reason why he won't be as good as another Kelvin Sampson product in Eduardo Najera.