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Thread: CBS Mock Draft 2020: Tillie at #27

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    Default CBS Mock Draft 2020: Tillie at #27

    https://www.cbssports.com/college-ba...rall-selection


    Especially concerned over the UW frosh. UNC should be challenging as well.
    Killian @27

    Hey it's Summer! lol.......

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    Kils could rocket up. Fingers crossed.

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    I really hope his strengthening program works and he stays healthy for a full season. Think about it. He's a better 3-pt shooter than Kyle Wiltjer, plus a much better post-up player, rebounder and passer. Plus he's an excellent defender.

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    A healthy Tillie could win the Wooden

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Kils could rocket up. Fingers crossed.
    100% agree.
    This post is for March Madness seeding purposes only.

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    Stay healthy and the sky is the limit.
    America's Team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunDevilGolfZag View Post
    A healthy Tillie could win the Wooden
    Love Tils, but don’t think the rocket’s that big.

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    Sure-fire lottery pick if/when he remains healthy.

    Even if he just becomes a 6'10" spot up 3pt shooter, he can be elite.

    Add in his feel, touch, versatility, length, post moves, passing, quickness, and play making he is one of the best college bball prospects in the nation.

    Only thing holds him back is that darn injury bug, which I hope he squashes this season. And a bit more consistent motor from game to game, yet that's being a begger.

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    He is going to be a rich man, if he can stay on the court. He has the sweetest stroke for the modern NBA Game.

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