I think Ejim does. He's a similar player to Kenneth Faried. Remember, Faried was a little shorter when he entered the league.
For as hard as this kid works, I think he may have a shot. He seems to be one of those guys that improves every year and doesn't wear his emotions on the court. Very level headed, smart player.
He has become one of my favorite Cyclones of this era. Silent, stat stuffer, team player, very consistent.
Ejim will make a lot of money playing bball........in Europe
I think Babb is working on cashing a nice check if he can somehow maintain this level of offense. Not NBA, but he could do very well overseas.
I do not think he has a shot to get drafted. I think he'll maybe get a shot in free agency. I love the guy but it's hard to figure out where he'd fit on an NBA team. He is probably too small to be a 4 but not quick enough or a good enough shooter to be a 3. Dennis Rodman was only 6'6" though so playing the 4 while being shorter has been done very well. If I was a franchise I'd give him a look simply because he doesn't make any mental mistakes and is a great leader.
Ejim has no chance at the NBA. 0%. He is too small to play the 4, and does not have next level ball handling skills or shooting ability. Babb is the only one on this team that could have a shot of squeaking onto a roster because of his defense. He is still a long shot. Clyburn will get an invite, but I would be shocked if he made a team.
He's got a shot. He's a nice player, an elite rebounder at his size, and seems like a really good kid. I think he will have to prove to NBA folks that he can hit the corner 3 consistently. But I certainly wouldn't count him out.
Might get a camp invite, but I highly doubt he gets drafted.