I have seen him play for three years and his biggest strength is that he plays well within the system and is very good at coming off screens to hit his mid-range jumper. He is also an excellent foul shooter. In thinking about it. Affalo's game is very similar to Rips. What Affalo is not the best at is creating one on one, but he is a smart player who works well within a system (Flip loves these guys) and can be a definite scoring threat especially off of screens. His range is better than Rips is. He had two terrible games in the final four the last two years against Florida. Brewer did a very good job on him both years. This year Affalo got in very early foul trouble on some very questionable calls. After that he was out of it. Bottom line is that if you like Rip you will like Affalo. If you don't like Rip's game you probably won't like Affalo's.