Arnett Moultrie, a 6'10'' power forward from Mississippi State, is another player whose name is a little too high up on the draft board.
Currently, NBAdraft.net has Moultrie as the ninth overall pick, which is too high for someone with limited abilities. Moultrie is a very two-sided player, whose bad side brings with it some very negative aspects.
Like Lillard, Moultrie has failed to produce in big games. In games against competitive opponents, he failed to showcase the range of his talents, giving only a mediocre performance on certain nights.
Against 18th-seeded Texas A&M, he scored only eight points on .250 shooting.
Against Baylor, the seventh seed, he scored eight points on a mere .375 field goal average.
Against the top-seeded Kentucky Wildcats, Moultrie scored only 13 points, and against the 13th-seeded Florida Gators, he scored only 12.
He feasted on weak opponents, using those games as building blocks to formulate a stat line impressive enough to land him a top spot in the draft. However, teams will realize that he disappears in competitive games, which will steer them away from him during the top 10 selections.