In C.J. McCollum, the Portland Trail Blazers may have come away with the best scorer in the draft.
This is a kid who averaged 23.9 points on 49.5-percent shooting in 2012-13, hitting an insane 51.6 percent of his three-point attempts. Of course, he missed the final 19 games of the season with a broken foot, but those numbers are still impressive regardless.
While McCollum (6'3") may be a bit undersized to play shooting guard, he will have no choice but to man that position with the Trail Blazers because Damian Lillard has the point-guard spot on lock. The funny thing is, McCollum is awfully similar to Lillard.
Both McCollum and Lillard went to small schools (Lehigh and Weber State, respectively), both were scoring point guards in college and both are now members of the Portland Trail Blazers.
Look for McCollum to display his scoring prowess from the get-go in summer league. Portland may very well have found itself the best player in the 2013 draft class.