2. Anthony Edwards (G – Georgia)
Anthony Edward’s strength is his physical strength. He is a force to be reckoned with and tough to knock off balance. His bulldog build helped him average 19.1 points per game as he was a consistent finisher around the rim. Edwards has the tools needed to be a two-way star at the NBA level.
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Edwards wasn’t a very efficient scorer in college. This may be because of the massive offensive load he was asked to carry but his shooting splits of 40/29/77 are a concern nonetheless.
The Golden State Warriors might not have enough space on the roster to accommodate a player such as Edwards. He doesn’t strike me as a prospect that will be comfortable in a reserved role but he is undoubtedly one of the most talented players available to the Dubs.