|Best-Case||Prime Tayshaun Prince|
|Standing Reach||Body Fat||No Step Vert||Max Vert||Bench Press||Lane Agility||3/4 Sprint|
|8-9.5||6.7%||27.0 in.||36.0 in.||9 reps @ 185 lbs||11.25 sec.||3.40 sec.|
|Games||PPG||RPG||APG (TOPG)||SPG||FGM/A (%)||3PM/A (%)||FTM/A (%)|
|31||16.2||7.5||2.7 (1.5)||1.8||5.4/11.3 (48.0%)||1.4/3.3 (42.2%)||3.9/5.1 (77.7%)|
Possesses outstanding length (6'9" with a 7'1.5" wingspan) and a frame that will allow for added bulk down the line… Has as much potential, because of his combination of size and athleticism, as any player in this class… Is a smooth athlete and has good body control for his size… Gets to the foul line and converts at a 77.7% clip… Knocked down 42.2% of his three-point attempts as a sophomore, doubling that number from the year prior (22.6% in 2011-12)… Is a very good rebounder on both ends of the floor… Has the length, foot speed, and skill to become an elite wing defender in the NBA.
Because of his lack of functional strength, is not much of an NBA-ready prospect… Ball-handling is below average, and he is not a threat to take defenders off the bounce at this point in his development… Has a jump shot that runs hot and cold… Disappears at times on the offensive end and is not the impact player he should be, given his size, athleticism, and skill.
by Max Rappaport
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