2010 NBA Draft: John Wall Has Star Potential, but Is He Over-Hyped?

May 22nd, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
Count me among the multitudes of those who have been impressed by the combination of talents that course through the veins of future NBA player John Wall, and the unbelievable physical attributes he has displayed thus far.

All signs point towards Wall becoming an immediate impact player, and his rare blend of size, strength, quickness, and vision make him a unique and tantalizing point guard prospect.

Some have gone as far to say Wall is the best prospect at the point guard position in years. And although that position can definitely be debated, there are current examples in the NBA which prove that opinion false.

If one compared Wall to last season's point guard class, he would stand head and shoulders above the rest, and that's truly saying something, because the rookie class of 2009 was impressive.

Tyreke Evans and Stephen Curry were the NBA Rookie of the Year and runner-up respectively, and players like Brandon Jennings, Johnny Flynn, and Ty Lawson performed admirably in their first seasons.

Wall's combination of skills usurps any of the above-mentioned names, but what about the heralded class of 2005, which produced t ...

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