(This is pending he is back for March Madness, he is currently suspended from the team.)
Radford seems to be the mystery man of the bunch here. Only for one reason, he comes up big in big games, but in easy games, his stats dip. He notched 12 rebounds vs Villanova, and his best game of the year came against Duke. Where he had 18 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists, and 1 block.
Yet games against Penn State, Coppin, Miami, and Louisville he scored just a total of 20 points.
Radford right now is shooting over 53% from the field, though his three-point shot leaves much to be desired. He has only had two games with less than 57% field goal percentage, and Tech lost both of those games.
Out of all three of these players, Radford seems to have the most effect on the W/L outcome, as the team does as well as he does.
One thing can be said of Radford he keeps his hands to himself in 14 games this season he has yet to get more than 3 fouls in a game. Radford would be a better overall prospect, if he can string together several nice games in the tourney we could see him slide into the back of the 2nd. Some times it’s all about what have you done for me lately, and lately is coming…soon.
Radford will be a catalyst for Tech in March, we have already discussed a double-double machine in Aluma, now Radford needs to be able to continue his ability to not foul, and dish it out. His biggest game of the year vs Duke should be a glimpse of what we can see against talent in March.
Of the three Radford on face-value has the lowest odds, of the NBA draft this season. His talent however if carried into 2021-2022 should see him rise up the boards.