Sharpe was impactful defensively for North Carolina. He only played 19.2 minutes per game but the Heels were 4.2 points per 100 possessions better defensively when Sharpe was in the game. He averaged 9.5 points and 7.6 rebounds per game. Sharpe's rebounds per minute rate suggest he has a chance to be an elite glass-eater. He led the ACC in offensive rebounds. He will chase down boards well outside of his area. He also does a nice job of drawing fouls. However, Sharpe was dreadful from the free throw line, making just 50.5%. …Sharpe is known to have good vision as a passer but the fact is, he had 42 assists versus 57 turnovers as a freshman. He attempted only two, three-point shots, and missed them both. ...We believe Sharpe will be drafted in the late first round.
Our best advice: in 2014, the 26th pick was PJ Hairston. We advised, "draft Kyle Anderson."