|DraftExpress: (cnt'd) Jaylen Brown Justise Winslow Luke Kennard Myles Turner Stanley Johnson Stephen Zimmerman Thomas Welsh Tyler Lydon. Tyus Jones|
, HS Junior
H: 6' 5"|
W: 183 lbs
(18 Years Old)
Current: SG |
High School: Franklin
Hometown: Franklin, OH
|Year||Source||Height w/o Shoes||Height w/shoes||Weight||Wingspan||Standing Reach||Body Fat||No Step Vert||Max Vert|
|2014||Nike Skills Academy||NA||6' 5"||183||6' 4.5"||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|2013||LeBron James Camp||NA||6' 5"||182||6' 4.5"||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|2013||Nike Elite 100||6' 4"||NA||180||6' 4"||NA||NA||NA||NA|
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2014 FIBA U18 Americas Championship: US Scouting Reports|
June 25, 2014
-More than just a shooter.
-Excellent spot up shooter. Good mechanics, quick release. Can shoot on the move as well (coming off of screens).
-Not an explosive athlete but is very smooth.
-Can handle a little bit.
-High IQ on both ends.
-Good passing instincts. Very unselfish.
-Uses both hands around the rim.
-Not the most explosive athlete.
-Inconsistent shooter off the bounce.
-Struggles containing quicker guards
-Low release point on his shot
Outlook Sharp-shooting guard with potential to develop into more of a playmaker due to his above average handle, basketball IQ and passing instincts. Kennard figures to be a contributor at the college level right away due to his shooting ability and effort level. Kennard may not have a ton of NBA potential due to his average physical tools, but expect Kennard to be a solid collegiate player.
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High School Class of 2015 Scouting Reports
September 6, 2013
Recruiting Rankings: 247: #20, ESPN: #30, Scout: #18, Rivals: #21
-Versatile shooting guard
-Excellent shooter. Reliable with feet set. Can come off screens. Moves off the ball well. Quick release
-Mature, intelligent player. Unselfish. Operates within team concept. Can create for others
-Very good passer
-Solid ball-handler. Can change speeds. Finishes with both hands around the basket
-Good awareness and activity level
-Competitive player. Crashes the glass. Tries on defense
-Average size for a wing at 6-5
-Short arms (6-4 ½ wingspan)
-Doesn't have great mechanics on pull-up jumper
-Low release point on shot, but very consistent with his stroke
-Could struggle defensively at the next level
Outlook: Shooting guard who does a little bit of everything. Has a very good feel for the game. Looks like an excellent college prospect at the very least.
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