|Best-Case||Poor Man's Jason Kidd|
|Standing Reach||Body Fat||No Step Vert||Max Vert||Bench Press||Lane Agility||3/4 Sprint|
|8-5||4.4%||31.5 in.||41.0 in.||8 reps @ 185 lbs||10.68 sec.||3.22 sec.|
|Games (MPG)||PPG||APG (TOPG)||RPG||SPG||FGM/A (%)||3PM/A (%)||FTM/A (%)|
|40 (35.2)||11.9||7.3 (3.4)||4.9||2.8||3.9/9.9 (39.3%)||0.9/3.0 (29.2%)||3.2/4.7 (69.4%)|
Possesses great vision and was the guy that made things go for the Syracuse Orange – averaged 7.3 assists per game as a sophomore, good for third in the nation… Has good size for the point guard position, making him a solid rebounder (4.9 per game)… Is adept at pushing the ball in transition, making good decisions with the ball and finishing when need be… Is a good ball-handler, especially given his size… Has quick hands and knows how to play passing lanes – notched 2.8 steals per game in 2012-13… Has the length and foot speed to be a very good defender once he bulks up… Has the potential to be a special player, due to combination of size, skill, and athleticism.
Has an underdeveloped body and may struggle initially to defend shooting guards and combo guards at the next level… Was not much of a threat from beyond 15 feet at Syracuse and will need to develop his jump shot to reach his potential, although he had success as a jump shooter in high school… Was not an efficient scorer for Syracuse last season, converting on just 39.3% of his shot attempts, but carried much of the load offensively.
by Max Rappaport
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