25 percent most likely
I’ve stood by Chris Harris. He seemed closer to 7 feet than 6-10. On the other end for those who remember lineman Red Oglesby from the great late 1970s UH teams, he was listed either 6-2 or 6-3 coming out of high school but he 5-11.
Bill Walton was always listed at 6-11 at UCLA in the early 1970s and into the NBA. Once in an interview he said he was really 7 feet but wanted to be listed as 6-11 because 7 foot made him sound like a freak.
Walton is a FREAK !!!
You’re kinda of a disadvantage if you’re 6’10 or taller as a center but can’t shoot. Give me a 6-8 or 6-9 center that can shoot.
Only a disadvantage for f you don’t have skills. Give me 6’11 you can score in the blocks, back to the basket, swat shots and dominate the cowards anyway over today’s players trying to handle the ball like a guard and shoot threes.
The rules don’t allow you to dominate the inside no more without a jumper; just look at the NBA.
Give me another Chris Harris and I am happy as a pig in slop.
Defense and offensive rebounds. No finesse.
Give me another Big E or Akeem and I would be ecstatic!
Sure, Chris Harris in his senior year, though!
Oh that goes without saying.