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Wisdom of Crowds Experiment: Maurice Sutton


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Continuing our Wisdom of Crowds series, we continue with our center/forwards." First up is 6-11, 215 lb. redshirt freshman, Maurice Sutton.

Use the voting buttons in the right margin of the VUHoops home page to predict the number of minutes you think Mo will play, and the comment section if you want to explain your thought process.

We’ve provided below Mo’s player assessment from and his ESPN assessment during his senior year in high school.

Also make sure to check out the "Meet the New Wildcats" on Mo... "Brings an intriguing skill set … Possesses athleticism and the ability to run the floor at 6-11 …

Excellent instincts as a shot-blocker … Can finish around the basket … Rebounds well … Needs to add strength. 2008-09: Practiced with the team but was not used in a game so as to maintain his four seasons of eligibility. Largo HS: Earned three varsity letters playing for coach Lewis Howard in Upper Marlboro, Md. … Largo owned a 48-5 record over his final two seasons and captured the Class 3A Maryland state championship … Averaged 18 points, 13 rebounds and nine blocked shots per game as Largo posted a 24-4 record in 2007-08 … Established a new standard for triple doubles and blocked shots in his three seasons at Largo … Earned first team all-county honors as a senior and was an honor roll student in his final two years”. Sutton has very long arms and uses his length to play as an effective force on the defensive end. He has decent timing and anticipation which makes him a very good shot blocker. Sutton also rebounds the ball well, using his long arms to snare rebounds. Sutton will have to increase his strength and add muscle to his frame in order to compete at a high level in the rugged Big East. He will also have to improve his offensive game, with particular focus on his post moves and interior footwork.

Final Poll Results

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