"In looking at these numbers, keep in mind (as James notes) that there is a correlation between college performance and what we see in the NBA. But it is not a perfect correlation. So players who perform well in college may not perform well in the NBA. And those who do not play well in college, may play well in NBA. That being said, what we see in college often does indicate what we will see in the NBA. And that means that when you see a player with relatively poor numbers, a red flag should be raised in the minds of NBA decision-makers. After all, if a player didn’t perform in college, that might suggest he will struggle against the better player in the NBA.
Okay, enough of the cavaets. Here is the analysis from James."
Personally I was already pretty high on Markieff Morris. These numbers only strengthen my belief.