Say What? Is Jordan Crawford a Future NBA Superstar

Jonathan MaurerCorrespondent IIMarch 29, 2010

MILWAUKEE - MARCH 21:  Jordan Crawford #55 of the Xavier Musketeers moves the ball against against the Pittsburgh Panthers in the second half during the second round of the 2010 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Bradley Center on March 21, 2010 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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You may know Xavier guard/forward Jordan Crawford as the guy that dunked on Lebron James. But if you watched the NCAA tournament then you might see more then a guy who dunked on best player in the NBA. Jordan Crawford was the main reason for Xavier going to the sweet sixteen. They did lose to Kansas State in an exciting double overtime game, but you can not say that Jordan Crawford's performance was not impressive.

I think he has enough athleticism to make it in the NBA and if you watched the NCAA tournament you see he has NBA range as well. I think Crawford will be an NBA superstar. There are of course some negatives to his game, but an another year at Xavier should help show scouts he can be consistent at the next level. I think Crawford will be a mid first rounder, He will start out slow in his career but will end up being a 4 time all star in his career.

I've watched the games in the tournament he has played in. He has shown to perform in the clutch which is one quality some NBA scouts look at. He performed when his team needed him.

Jordan Crawford is top 5 in all of his teams category's, which shows his all around game and shows that he is not just a scorer he can pass he's a pretty good rebounder and can play defense.

I think the only way that Crawford doesn't end up being an NBA superstar is either Bad coaching, not enough playing time, or if Jordan Crawford doesn't work hard enough.