Consider if Sullinger was playing last season's Dallas Mavericks: Is he going to be able to finish over Tyson Chandler, a 7'1 center with a 32' vertical? He  NBA Live Mobile Coins obviously couldn't cover Dirk Nowitzki, but would he be able to keep Chandler off the offensive glass?Sullinger will not face many post defenders in college basketball as big and athletic as the players he will see on a nightly basis in the NBA, like the 6'11


DeAndre Jordan, 6'10 Al Horford, 6'11 LaMarcus Aldridge, 7' JaVale McGee or 6'10 Chris Wilcox, none of whom made an All-Defensive Team last year.Sullinger is  NFL 18 Coins a legitimately great college basketball player who seems to have all the intangibles you would want in an prospect, but the question remains whether his tangible physical abilities make him worthy of a top draft pick.


JARED SULLINGER6'8, 265 lbs., sophomore power forwardShot creation: One of the most gifted low-post scorers in recent college memory, with outstanding footwork, creativity and touch on the low-block. But without great athleticism at 6'8, effectiveness in NBA paint is an open question. Developing a face-up game and a turn-around jumper are both essential at the next level for a player his size.


Defense: Might be a "4.5" -- too slow to defend 4s like Lamar Odom and too short to defend 5s like Andrew Bogut. Will need to be hid on opponent's least effective front-court player. Has averaged a very unimpressive 0.6 blocks over his career.Outside shot: Plays mostly in the paint, but has a good-looking stroke and is shooting 83.3 percent from the free throw line this  at