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Sullinger is a surprisingly polished, skilled front-court player. Often thought of as a low post, rebounding force, Sullinger has more nuance than that in his game.
He scored nearly 17.5 points per game in college on a mix of dunks, aggressive low post moves in the paint, and a developing mid-range game. He also shot 52 percent from the field this season despite always facing a double team.
Sullinger improved his free throw shooting from 70 percent as a freshman to 76 percent as a sophomore, which is very good for a big man.
However, Sullinger does not have a lot of offensive upside. He was largely the same player as a freshman and sophomore, and he already has skills and polish to take to the NBA.
Sullinger does not have the athleticism or tools to elevate his offensive game to a superstar level, but he should be a strong power forward and a complimentary player capable of flirting with All-Star seasons.