The good: Drummond played in his freshman season at Connecticut this past year and he managed to block 2.7 shots per game and rebound the ball 7.6 times on a nightly basis. His defensive abilities will not skip a beat when Drummond plays in the NBA.
The bad: Drummond has to improve in so many areas on offense if he plans on being more than a defender at the next level. He can start by improving his post game and then his effort when his team has the ball.
Andre Drummond is a big dude and he could easily push people around on the court. He has all of the talent in the world, he just needs to use it all at once.
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