Since Sullinger averaged 17.2 points per game his freshman year with Ohio State, people expected him to average 20-plus points per game his sophomore season. If this was not the case, then people wouldn't have said that Sullinger had a disappointing season.
However, Sullinger did average 17.5 points per game in his second year, which is still very impressive.
He is very physical at the power forward position, which makes up for the fact that he is only 6'9''. Although he is obviously undersized for his position, Sullinger powers away his opponents to jam the ball into the hoop.
For being such a force in the post, Sullinger has a pretty decent shot and can even knock down threes if he has to. This season he was 16-40 behind the arc, which is a very impressive 40 percent from long range.
Since Sullinger will be undersized in the NBA, he will have to work on his already decent shot to improve his scoring abilities.