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At 6'5" 205 pounds, Tony Wroten is more of a physical specimen than Austin Rivers.
Don't get me wrong, I think that Wroten will develop into a great player in the NBA, but he will really have to develop.
Wroten is another player who would benefit from staying in school for another year.
If he chose to do so, I think he would have been a top 10 choice in next year's draft. Not to mention, we would also know for sure whether he's a point guard or a shooting guard.
As for his game right now, there are some major concerns.
Wroten has very limited range as a shooter, not a quality you want in an NBA guard, unless that guard is Tony Parker. Even so, Wroten makes Parker look like a three-point sharpshooter.
Wroten shot just 16.1 percent from three point range last season. That number is scary, but there's another number of Wroten's which is even worse: 58.3.
That number depicts Wroten's free throw percentage. At this point he's closer to competing with Dwight Howard for the worst free throw shooter in the league, instead of being one of the best.
That's a scary thought for a player who may develop into an NBA point guard.
Also, at 3.8 per game, Wroten turns the ball over a lot.
I certainly think that Wroten is coming into the league at least a year early, which will hurt his stock. However, someone in the middle of the first round will grab him for his explosive drives to the basket and his ability to finish at the rim... just pray he doesn't get fouled.