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He's a more skilled version of Bo Outlaw or Mark Madsen. He'll be a rotation player in the league for 10 years.
He may or may not prove to be worthy of starting at either backcourt position in the NBA.
His lack of speed will make it extremely difficult for him to play for a running style of team.
With his size and frame, will almost certainly be a perimeter player at the next level, but he lacks the polish and skill necessary to consistently operate on the wing.
He has a laid back demeanor; will he continue to work hard after he starts cashing 7 figure checks?
He's not a natural point guard that an NBA team can rely on to run a team. Will have to adjust to not being a volume shooter which could have an effect on his effectiveness.
He’s not your typical lottery shooting guard prospect due to his just adequate athleticism and a style that doesn’t net him nearly any highlight reel plays.
He's limited athletically, and will be nothing more than a solid center.
I think he's a year-and-a-half away from making an impact.
Physically he lacks the explosiveness to finish at the rim with consistency or ease.
Lacks the explosiveness to be even a decent shot blocker at the NBA level. Not a great help defender by any means as he is often late on the play.
He lacks a defensive post presence, and again when bodying up stronger forwards at the next level he will be a defensive liability down low.
Takes a passive approach to the game... Often times looks disinterested in playing and appears he would rather be some place else.
His thick body type can be much a weakness as a plus as it limits his mobility.
Not a true point guard. Looks for his own shot, will leave scouts questioning whether he'll be able to make his teammates better at the next level.
Not incredibly fluid athletically. Looks awkward with his hunched posture and the way he runs.
Has minimal elevation on his jumpshot, he is more of a set shooter and his release is very robotic and lacks fluidness.
More of a SF in a 6-4 body. His ISO skills are just average despite a first quick step.
He's really one of a kind. He runs the floor, handles the ball, shoots the NBA 3-pointer, plays with his back to the basket, so you can slot him in at the 3, 4 or 5.
[Player] can handle the basketball very well like a guard, and can even lead the fast break. He also has a good-looking stroke from 15-to-17 feet.
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