* Great shooter
* Capable of playing both guard spots
* Too small for an NBA two-guard, so he'll have to play some point
* Can tighten up decision-making
* Needs to become a lock-down defender on a consistent basis
Goudelock is an NBA level shooter, and if were three inches taller, he'd be a first-round draft pick. But he's 6-2, so that means he's going to have to demonstrate he can play some point. If one great skill can lead to an NBA career, Goudelock has it.
Goudelock was voted the Southern Conference Player of the Year after finishing fourth in the nation in scoring. He helped lead Charleston to a pair of NIT victories.
23.7 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 4.2 apg, 3.2 tpg, 35.2 mpg, .455 FG, .407 3PT, .821 FT
Goudelock scored 2,571 career points, first in College of Charleston history, third all-time in the Southern Conference and 39th all-time in Division I.
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What Insiders Say:
College of Charleston coach Bobby Cremins
"He definitely has a chance [to play in the NBA]. He can definitely play in the league. His shooting is uncanny. It's just uncanny. It's really spectacular. It's a sight to behold."
"Having confidence is a huge key. Whenever I step into a gym, I believe I'm the best shooter. You have to be that way. You have to stay focused, and the only way to do that is to have confidence in yourself."
What Outsiders Say:
Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall
"[Goudelock] may be the best shooter I've ever coached against. He'll shoot it from one dribble over half court. But he makes them, because he's just a tremendous, tremendous shooter. I think he's an NBA player."
Chris Dortch is the editor of the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook.
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|Three-point field goals: 2007-08, 73-for-173 (.422); 2008-09, 95-for-216 (.440); 2009-10, 97-for-247 (.393); 2010-11, 131-for-322 (.407). Totals: 396-for-958 (.412).|