Jun 7, 2012, 10:29 PM EDT
He is not a franchise guy, but your franchise will run better with Kendall Marshall at the point.
You could tell how much he mattered to North Carolina when he went down — he may not have been the most talented player on that team, but he was the one that kept all that talent working together. He’s at the draft combine and talked with NBC Sports Network about how he’s been working on game (jump shots) and his goal of trying to really blend in wherever he gets drafted.
He’s going to get drafted late in the late lottery, the teens somewhere. And he is going to be a solid pickup wherever he lands.
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