The Sixers desperately need some size, an issue that will only expand if Andrew Bynum is not re-signed this summer. The team is without a legitimate low-post option, and considering the Sixers’ struggles on the offensive end this past season, it is an issue that desperately needs to be addressed. However with that being said, the Sixers should still strongly consider Lehigh guard C.J. McCollum if he is available. Coming off of an injury-shortened senior season and a college career largely lacking big conference competition, McCollum is a question mark, but one with a high potential to pay off. McCollum has shown that he can put up points, averaging over 21 points per game over his final three collegiate seasons, while twice being named the Patriot League Player of the Year (2010 & 2012). He was also a two-time AP All-American Honorable Mention and probably would have been a lottery pick had he declared for the draft last summer. In addition to having excellent anticipation (McCollum was top 5 in steals in 2011), he also improved upon his shooting percentage each season, and while his assist numbers weren’t eye-popping, he proved capable of running an offense. However, despite his obvious attributes, some still label McCollum as the draft’s most intriguing mystery, due to his lack of a clear-cut professional position and the caliber of his college opponents. Will he be able to play point guard in the NBA, or should he be used as a shooting guard because of his scoring mentality? Can he have the same type of point production against the NBA’s elite that he did against some small-school college kids? Read more at