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Best Pro Comparison: B.J. Mullens
Meyers Leonard's 2011-2012 Statistics (Illinois): 13.6 PPG, 8.2 RPG, 1.9 BPG
B.J. Mullens' 2008-2009 Statistics (Ohio State): 8.8 PPG, 4.7 RPG, 1.1 BPG
Meyers Leonard is currently being described the same way B.J. Mullens was when he first entered the league, tall and athletic, but posses very little skills.
They both looked comfortable on the low post at times during college, but not consistently enough to make them a top-5 pick. They both need to develop a few post up moves that they can use when they get the ball on the low block. Also, both Leonard and Mullens would really benefit from improving their mid-range jumper.
It took Mullens a few years, but it appears he finally found his groove in the NBA this season. Whichever team drafts Leonard will hope he figures out how to be an effective big man in the NBA quicker than Mullens did.