Ohio State's Jared Sullinger will be two and through, after he made the decision to enter the NBA draft. Sullinger's future in the NBA looks as bright as anyone's would when you're a two-time All American and 63-10 as a starter. Not to mention he consistently averaged 17 pts and 10 rebounds; and dominated the Big Ten. But will Jared be strong enough to play the power foward position in the NBA? Will he be agile enough to play foward and beat players off the dribble? One thing he does have and can work on more is the mid-range shot. Once that is developed and he can step outside and be a three point shooter, Big Sully will be a problem in years to come. Plus, at 6 foot 9 he has no choice but to grow into an animal, and be able to dominate the paint. Most projections have him going in the top 10.
I believe once he puts in the work this off-season and adds some muscle to his frame, he'll come into his rookie season and kill.