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Second Round to Undrafted

Can create his own shot and hit shots on the move... A shifty offensive player... Gritty leader who makes up what he lacks in physical gifts with effort and smarts.

Derrick Low is a clever player. He has quick feet and a very quick handle with the dribble. If given the opportunity he shoots it pretty well when he gets set.
Nets Director of Scouting Gregg Polinsky

On todays workout:
Today was fun. It was my first workout, was nervous at the beginning but then settled down and got the hang of thing. It was a good experience.

On his strengths as a player
Ability to shoot the ball. I think I shoot well from the outside. Players like me can open up the floor for a team like the Nets.

Is there a player you compare yourself to?
People tend to say I play like Steve Nash. Im honored to get that comparison. But I really dont want to even think about that. Same way Kobe feels about Jordan. I play like myselfI try to do things from time to time like other players but all and all I play like my own person.

During senior season led team in scoring at 14.1 points per game, while adding 1.8 rebounds and 1.6 assists... As a junior during the 2006-07 campaign was named All-Pacific-10 First Team, National Association of Basketball Coaches District 14 First Team, and United States Basketball Writers Association District 9 First Team...Ranked in the Pac-10 in minutes played (third - 34.41 per game), 3-point field goals (sixth - 2.21 per game) and scoring (15th - 13.7 points per game)... Led team in scoring, 3-point field goals and minutes played... As a sophomore during the 2005-06 season appeared in 20 games, including 19 starts...missed eight games due to a fractured right foot... Averaged 8.3 points and 2.0 rebounds... As a freshman in 2004-05 started in the final 22 games for the Cougars... Earned Pacific-10 Conference All-Freshman Honorable Mention after averaging 7.0 points and 1.1 rebounds...missed first five games of the season due to a fractured foot.

"Derrick Low is one of the most underrated players in the nation. Period. He is really, really, really good. I'm saying he's really good. If he ends up having a career in the NBA like [John] Stockton or [Steve] Nash, it would not shock me. He's that good." -Alabama Coach Mark Gottfried-- from

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