FWIW, I spoke with a Charlotte Bobcats scout about 2 weeks ago and asked him about these two. He spoke highly of both. He said McGary is a one-and-done kid, but he wouldn't be surprised to see him stay longer like Sullinger did for OSU. His comparison for McGary was Kevin Love. He said, was quick to say "not because he's white and a 20-20 guy. If that were the case I could've said Tyler Hansbrough." His reasoning was his jumpshot sets him apart from Hansbrough.
He said Sullinger is more Hansbrough than McGary. I told him NBADraft.net has Rasheed Wallace as his comparison, and he said "I can see that, but he's not as athletic. He also doesn't take plays off like Rasheed would. And Rasheed Wallace is one of the most raw talented players in the history of the game...that's not McGary...McGary is talented, but he also works harder than everyone else for the basketball." He said he's a Kevin Love clone.
I asked about Robinson and Stauskas and he didn't have much. But he said both will be nice college players. He said Robinson reminds him a lot of Hardaway in that he was a late bloomer and the son of a basketball legend. Said, "watch, he's going to blow up during his senior year just like Tim did."
Nothing groundbreaking, just wanted to share. But good to have both of those guys in the fold! They both sound like great players, and better people. We've had guys like Novak that simply work harder for everyone to get what they get. It'll be nice to have that same type of player in someone who was blessed with a little more basketball talent. (Not a knock on Novak...he's said time and again that he's average, but that he tries to work harder than everyone to be better than average. And he certainly is, and will have a GREAT year this year).