Yeah, I know that college performance is what matters most. But there are some thoughts that some guys might be too slow, or too weak for the NBA. This is where the combine can help.
The results show that Jimmer Fredette has great agility, and can hit the NBA 3.
Faried is one of the strongest guys tested, and can hit a shot 15-18 while on the move, but not off the dribble. He's much faster than Markieff, jumps much higher, and has a greater reach. He's now considered to be maybe a better rebounding Haslem, and we see how valuable Haslem is to the Heat.
This guy seems like someone the Knicks could get in the second round as a backup PG:
He is like a slow Stephen Curry, with a super quick release and great accuracy.