<div class="quote_poster">Quoting custodianrules2:</div><div class="quote_post">Assuming my guy drops 1.) Tiago Splitter (Has Pau Gasol/Chris Mihm offensive qualities in the post and Andris Biedrins/Jeff Foster-like qualities on the defensive end and on the glass) 2.) Johan Petro (Great lateral movement, Can defend 3 positions like Rasheed Wallace, passes well, and is very Samuel Dalembert-like on transition offense with plenty of room to grow into a force inside in the half court) 3.) Ike Diogu (Was Elton Brand-like in college, gets to the line, rebounds, defends, has very few flaws in his game for a power forward, size is an issue, a question mark in the NBA whether he can adapt to the small forward spot or the power forward spot, or if he is a future regular starter) 4.) Randolph Morris (A classic big, might take a while to fully develop. Has Jamaal Magloire and Brendon Haywood (better hands) like qualities, has been known to be inconsistent) 5.) Andray Blatche (Like Charlie Villanueva, has terrific all around skill, but is unaggressive at times. Lacks an NBA body, lacks consistency or sometimes plays down on the competition. Can dominate games in high school) 6.) Chris Taft (An underachiever but nevertheless has great physical skills, great potential due to strength, size, and coordination. Is very Nene-like in terms of the physical package of athleticism and strength. Has drawn comparrisons to Chris Wilcox now and being able to capitalize on his talents to be a young Antonio McDyess type player) 7.) Charlie Villauneva (Has simularities to Lamar Odom/Jonathan Bender's all around game but is working to be more of an inside player. Not very intense at times, very passive type of player, great potential to be a force inside with the ability to hit perimeter shots, pass well from the high post, and attack the basket by putting the ball on the floor) 8.) Sean May (Good post moves, high bball IQ, not an athlete, undersized for power forward, good rebounder, might not be effective as a power forward unless he adds more range to his game. Has Clarence Weatherspoon, Mike Sweetney and Zach Randolph-like qualities to his game) 9.) Wayne Simien (a good low post scorer, undersized, good rebounder, excellent footwork, might struggle at the next level as the majority of the undersized bigs do in the NBA. Has Marcus Fizer/Carlos Boozer/Zach Randolph/Corliss Williamson-type qualities in fancy footwork and decent shot touch from intermediate ranges) 10.) Channing Frye (good all around skill for a big man, not that intense, not that physical. Game has comparrisons to Jarron Collins from the Utah Jazz and Chris Bosh's good attitude, lankiness and shooting touch) Andrew Bynum has pulled out and is going to UCONN.</div> Man, I think your list is backwards CR2!