Position: Small Forward
Height & Weight: 6'8", 200 pounds, 7'1" wingspan
2012-13 Season Averages
27.88 PER, 16.2 PPG, 7.5 RPG, 2.7 APG, 1.8 SPG, 0.9 BPG, 42.2% 3PT
When it comes to Otto Porter of the Georgetown Hoyas, you never want to stop listing his statistics. Not only is it a testament to how well-rounded Porter is as a player, but it's impossible to find an area in which he's struggled.
That's what you refer to as a safe pick.
The Cleveland Cavaliers would love to leave the small forward position open in hopes of signing LeBron James in 2014—even if they don't admit it. With that being said, Porter is a one-of-a-kind player who can do everything.
As much as I hate using such a generalization, it's true.
Porter can shoot the ball, as he's converted 42.2 percent of his three-point field goals. He can also take it off of the dribble, facilitate an offense or become the primary ball handler.
On defense, his length is one of the numerous weapons that makes him elite. Not only can he disrupt passing lanes and block shots, but Porter is a leach in on-ball situations.
Although his athletic gifts are limited, Porter is going to be a very good player at the next level.