Goran Suton is easily the most unique player on this list, and it won't be his offensive skill set that keeps him from getting drafted.
After an impressive NCAA Tournament run, Goran Suton decided to decline attending the Portsmouth Invitational, but the numbers he put up during his final year at Michigan State make him standout in our analysis. Getting a fairly small 10.3 possessions per game, Sutton's 3.3 jump shots per game were only one-tenth of a shot less than the other eight centers on our list combined. Not only does Suton shoot the ball from the outside, he does it well ranking first amongst all our post players at 1.05 PPP. A below average finisher (1.19 PPP) who only gets 1.7 possessions per game in the post, Suton is the type of center that can spread the floor for a small back to the basket threat while running the pick and roll (.9 PPP) and rebounding the ball well on both ends. Suton isn't an ideal athletehe struggles to finish around the basket as mentioned, and doesn't get fouled on a good percentage of his shots (11.8%), but he's a skilled, heady player that has a lot to prove in the draft processpossibly starting in Treviso.