Gelabale's from Guadalupe too (Same as Mickael Pietrus), but anywhere from 175-200 lbs and being 6'7, his frame seems like a tall shooting guard as you usually want your 6'7 small forwards to weigh in at least 220. I don't care if we have two shooting guards, if he's a late first rounder and we find him at #42, we might have found the steal of the draft. He looks good dunking the ball too, especially in that dunk contest he did where he jumps over a guy sitting in a chair. Hodge I'm high on and would probably serve our needs and give us intangibles, but I figure he'd be long gone by the time we get him because he's more proven of a 2nd rounder and he's a utility player. He's proven himself in college. All the other guys I'm not sure, but it would be nice to find a hustle player that can nail shots and get us extra posessions. A strictly blue collar type of guy that brings his lunch pail to work as some other would say. The thing I liked about Eddie Najera and Brian Cardinal is that even though they were kind of too short to play power forward, too slow to play small forward they were physical, always moved faster than they actually were, could make their jump shots, never gave up on plays, could handle the ball, had good passing fundamentals and were willing to do anything for the team to make it better. You look at those two and say, hey their fundamentals, decision-making and teamplay are pretty solid and they always stay aggressive on the defensive end.