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Kemba Walker is probably the most recognizable name in this years draft.
He led the Huskies to a national championship and proved he is one of the best scorers this draft has to offer. However, there are a few issues with Walker's game.
The first big problem is that he is definitely a tweener. There are guys that are considered tweeners that can legitimately play both positions, but Walker is not really one of those guys.
He relies on scoring so heavily that he probably isn't a point guard, but he is way to small to be a shooting guard.
In the NBA, I think he projects as a shooting guard because he lacks the vision and handles to run an offense.
As a shooting guard I think he does bring a lot to the table. He is lightning quick and can score in a variety of different ways. Although he is a scorer, he is an overrated shooter.
He shot 43 percent from the field last season and doesn't really have NBA three point range.
Personally, I think Walker is vastly overrated as an NBA prospect and that he will slip as we get closer to the draft.
The Kings will see Walker as their point guard of the future and take him here with the No. 7 pick.