I have noticed he sets pretty good screens. And, I was saying it leading up to the draft that dude may not be as good as Monroe but hes a very good passing big man in his own right. Watching more of him has only affirmed this to me. He makes really smart passes and shows some nice vision and awareness. I don't expect him to be Chris Webber but think more like Turiaf- makes the right pass, delivers well, noticeably above average for his position but won't make jaw dropping streetball passes. Also noticed he does seem to always box out but he gets pinned down- this is the area where his lack of strength is most apparent. On the one hand its nice that the guy boxes out, on the other hand I've always thought the idea of having your big box out and let someone else get the rebound is pretty sketchy. As for comparisons, its kind of hard to peg him or project. Raw offensive game, heavily defensive centered. Appears to project out as a role player at first glance but the more you see from him the more you get a sense that his IQ both on defense and in moving the ball and helping the team win can set him apart. I've heard Camby, Theo Ratliff, etc. I would start to lean more toward a prime Kenyon Martin though. I think Udoh has the potential to be a factor on offense next to a great PG (i.e. Curry). IF Udoh can play the pick and roll as intelligently as he passes and plays defense and IF he proves to be as athletic as the aforementioned measurements suggest then I think it is possible he turns into a solid forward a la Kenyon Martin in his prime. Those are some big if's though and I remain skeptical. Similar to Martin, I think he would suffer greatly as a stand alone player without that great PG setting him up. I don't see him developing a very effective post game. Like Martin I think he may have some success facing up and on the pick and pop because he has a decent jumper and a quickness advantage over most PFs. I've also believed that Kenyon Martin was an underrated on ball defender in the post even despite being on the lighter side of PFs for his career (hes listed at around 235 lbs I believe)- similar to Udoh. Also, like Martin, I don't have all that much faith for Udoh to become much of a defensive rebounder. I don't think Udoh will be a star. He won't be a go to guy. He seems like he'll be a good glue and intangibles guy. Not exactly what you want out of a 6th pick. Optimistically he could be a good weapon next to Curry if he does well on the pick and roll and turns out to be a good athlete- hes already got a decent jumper and hes a good passer. He'll protect the rim and hustle on defense. He'll do anything t help you win. I think whether he ends up as a bust or not depends on how effective of a weapon he can be offensively and that depends on 2 things in my opinion; 1) if he can play the pick and roll well with Curry and 2) if he does prove to be a better athlete than he looks like in most of the games in college. Granted, you don't have to be a freak like a young K-Mart or Amare to be good on the PnR- look at guys like Boozer, David West, even Beans who's not a bad athlete but he isn't a freak either. But it helps. Optimistically I think he can be like K-Mart in his prime. Probably less of a freak athlete but also a better passer and better rim protection. OTOH I think his dodwnside could be Haslem. Which isn't a bad player but its not a good 6th pick either.