One of the very few true paint players seen in L'Hospitalet, Xavier Rey
used his 6-9 (almost 6-10) well-built body to dominate in the paint. He's a pretty athletic kid, with a nice vertical and good mobility. Indeed he has the physical tools to play power forward. And that should be his goal at this developing stage, because his future is very limited as a center, given his size and the fact that his athleticism isn't top-notch.
So considering what could be seen in L'Hospitalet, and despite his stats, I can't feel anything but disappointment. He barely showed any special skill that made me think he's evolving in the right way. The majority of his points came right under the basket and against much smaller players. There, he shows a very good reactivity; he recieves the ball and dunks in a blink of the eye.
He also tried some mid-rangers, looking quite comfortable, and put the ball on the floor a few times to go for a penetration with mixed results, as he's not particulary quick while dribbling. He's pretty good in transition, running the floor like a forward. And he looked solid on defense.
Not enough, anyway, to feel too excited about him. But he has some very good conditions to play this game at a high level. A player to keep on the radar.