Ok guys. I've watched Tyler now for the NCAA and listened to a lot of "experts". You know I have been critical of his play from an NBA point of view. However, my mind is changing a bit. What I have noticed is that Tyler worked very hard on developing a game away from the basket. He now has a very nice and consistent mid-range 15 ft jumper. He has hit it over and over again in clutch situations.
Based on that, he is moving up into the mid 20's on the Draft Boards. No way do I take him at #8, but if we made a move from our 2nd back into the 1st, in that range, he'd be a solid pick I believe.