Former Iowa Hawkeye Keegan Murray (turns 22 in August) was recently asked about his thoughts on some critics saying his ceiling isn’t as high as younger players in the draft.
(Via James Boyd- The Indianapolis Star):
“I feel like my ceiling is as high as anyone because I’m a late bloomer. I feel like I haven’t really grown into my body just yet. You could see the progress from when I was in prep school to my freshman year to my sophomore year. I’ve still continued to work on my body and I’m still adding weight, and things like that. I’m a 21-year-old in an 18-year-old’s body. So, I’m still working on my body. I feel like my ceiling is as high as anyone else in the draft.”