You can't really base his draft stock on any of the mock drafts that are out now for multiple reasons. One big reason is that at this point in the game outside of the top 5 or so they are rarely very accurate…..A good example of how curve balls are thrown is Deon Waiters last year….some mocks had him going in the late 1st….as low as the mid 20's and not only did he move way up the boards but he had a pretty respectable rookie campaign. The other big thing working against him at this stage is that he played a mere 11 games for a team that was pretty out of sorts so there just isn't much to base it on…..he is exactly the kind of guy that could in fact move up do to the combine and pre-draft workouts.
I dont think he compares to Daren Collison or DJ Augustine. DJ is 5'11 and Collison 6'1 on his best day. Myck is 6'2-6'3 with a 6'7 wingspan which is on the larger side of the spectrum for NBA PGs and is showing the ability to add muscle weight without compromising his elite athleticism. He is already not only a natural PG but ALSO showed the ability to be a big time scorer at the 1 spot. Look I am not saying hes a lotto talent still (although with a different program and minus the suspension who knows, lets not forget he was a 5 star recruit who was projected as a top 5 pick at one time) As far as our system not being one that a natural PG can thrive in I am not sure we have had a truly talented natural PG to quantify that. The only time Collison showed promise was on a Hornets team that allowed him to completely dominate the ball at all times. Augustin played for the worst team in league history, there wasn't much of a system there period. If we think we could trade down for him then by all means go for it. Maybe 23 for Clevelands 31 and 33….but I have a sneaky suspicion that come draft day his position on these mocks will have changed. I just hope it hasn't taken him out of our range.