2011 NBA Mock Draft: Comparing Expert Opinions, Bobcats Take Reggie Jackson
2011 NBA Mock Draft Gives Bobcats Intriguing Point Guard Prospect
Although D.J. Augustin is slotted in on the Bobcats roster as the starting point guard, there's word that the Bobcats are enamored with long armed point guard Reggie Jackson.
Jackson's 7'0" wingspan is jaw-dropping and his athleticism and ability to shoot effectively from everywhere on the floor make him a very intriguing choice.
He's a scoring guard who is learning to be a point guard. Jackson has a very good mid-range game and has a scorer's feel. Can play some undersized 2 as well and would be an ideal scorer off the bench. A little turnover prone and does not throw the ball up the court well, but that will not likely be his role in the league.
However, Chad Ford thinks he could become one of the draft's biggest risers and could even be plucked by the Bobcats as early as No. 9:
The Bobcats, as we noted, have needs just about everywhere. Jackson might be the biggest sleeper of the draft and should be a great fit in Charlotte. He is a terrific athlete, has a ridiculous 7-foot wingspan and shot the lights out this junior season. He has virtually every quality you look for in a modern NBA point guard.
The tools are all there for him to become the next Rajon Rondo with a better shooting-touch. So don't be surprised to see him surge into the lottery. But if he doesn't, the Bobcats will pounce on him if he's still available at No. 19.
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