-Good athlete. Operates at different speeds. Quick. Good first step. Can elevate a little around the basket
-Outstanding in transition
-Does a little bit of everything offensively
-Hit 52% of his 3-pointers on nearly 5 attempts per-40. Also 77% of free throws
-Has very good shooting mechanics. Was extremely reliable with feet set. Can also make shots off the dribble
-Almost never forced the issue. Made a real effort to be very unselfish. Made extra pass regularly
-Can read the floor and find the open man, particularly passing on the move
-Can create in one on one or pick and roll situations. Got to the free throw line at an outstanding clip (8.9 per-40)
-Competed on defense. Put huge effort in for the most part. Capable of moving feet and putting strong pressure on the defense when he's locked in. Averaged 3.2 steals per-40
-Rebounded exceptionally well for a guard (8 per-40). Even crashed the offensive glass with tenacity
-Physical profile is average for the shooting guard position he plays. Only around 180 pounds
-Sports a negative wingspan (6-3 ½), measured smaller than his height (6-4 ¼ in shoes)
-Struggled to finish around the basket. Lacks great strength or length, which makes it difficult for him to convert shots in traffic at times
-Awareness on defense leaves something to be desired at times. When he's playing at full intensity he's solid. But when he doesn't he really struggles.
Outlook: Had a tremendous tournament at the U19s. 25 points per-40, with outstanding efficiency (69% TS%). Looked like a completely different player than the one we saw in high school at times, particularly defensively. Accepted a compact role playing around 20 minutes per game, despite being by far the most productive player on his team. Made a real effort to fit in and play to his strengths. Was extremely successful. Named to the all-tournament first team. Certainly helped his stock going into his freshman year of college, and likely his basketball IQ as well.