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Andres Feliz

Dominican Republic International
Andres Feliz profile
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Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
Weight: 182 lbs (83 kg)
Age: 21
Position: PG
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High School: West Oaks Academy (Florida)
Hometown: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Current Team: Dominican Republic
Win - Loss: 4 - 2

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Nike Hoop Summit Scouting Reports: Guards

Jonathan Givony
Jonathan Givony
Mike Schmitz
Mike Schmitz
Apr 11, 2016, 10:44 am


Mike Schmitz

Strengths
-Fairly developed frame for his size
-Quick with the ball
-Has a little floater game
-Pesky on ball defender
-Shot isn't broken

Weaknesses
-Average tools for a PG prospect – 6' 1.25” with a 6' 2.5” wingspan. Doesn't make up for them with freakish athleticism.
-Really struggles as a ball handler vs pressure. Very turnover prone. Too sped up. Telegraphs passes. Overall feel for the game isn't great.
-Not a great shooter at this stage. Footwork is sloppy at times.
-Struggles to finish over length.
-Pesky defender but has limited upside against higher level competition.

Outlook Feliz struggled throughout the week in practices and in the game as De'Aaron Fox forced him into turnover after turnover. The Hoop Summit should serve as a good learning experience for Feliz, showing him the main areas he needs to improve before heading to South Florida for the 2017-18 season.

2016 Nike Hoop Summit: International Measurements

DraftExpress
DraftExpress
Apr 05, 2016, 10:16 pm
Height (w/ shoes): 6-1.25
Weight: 182
Wingspan: 6-2.5
Hand Length:: 8
Hand Width: 7.75
Standing Reach: : 7-10
Country: : Dominican Republic

Feliz lacks great length and physical tools from a NBA perspective, but has solid size for a college point guard. His 182-pound frame is fairly impressive for a freshman as he's roughly the same size as Norris Cole was as a senior at Cleveland State.

2015 FIBA U19 World Championship Scouting Reports: Point Guards

Jonathan Givony
Jonathan Givony
Jul 07, 2015, 04:46 pm
Jonathan Givony

Strengths:
-Good quickness. Can operate at different speeds. Very slithery with the ball
-Terrific in transition
-Good ball-handler. More comfortable driving right, but shows potential driving in either direction
-Doesn't turn the ball over
-Very good on the pick and roll
-Draws a lot of fouls with the pressure he puts on the defense
-Gets to the basket frequently. Good finisher despite his lack of size. Doesn't mind contact.
-Utilizes nifty floaters in mid-range area
-Can pull-up off the dribble if defense goes underneath. Nothing mechanically wrong with his jumper.
-Should be able to develop into a good shooter.
-Finds teammates with simple drive and dish plays. Not selfish.
-Only 17 years old. 18 months younger than some of the players at this tournament.

Weaknesses:
-Small, with short arms
-Skinny frame that shows limited potential
-Average defender at best. Doesn't have great tools on defense, and doesn't show great fundamentals or intensity either
-Jumper has improved, but still on the streaky side at times (32% 3P%). Really struggles with feet set. Much better off the dribble
-Surprisingly poor shooter from free throw line (63%)
-A little wild with the ball at times. Feel for the game, experience level a work in progress still.
-Court vision, decision making skills will need to improve
-Doesn't always trust his off hand. Prefers to drive right. Finishes with right hand on left side of basket.

Outlook: A pleasant surprise in Crete. Appears to have improved substantially from last summer, where he was just an average player at the FIBA Americas U18s. Primary shot-creator for Dominican Republic, asked to do quite a bit for this team. Fearless scoring point guard. Has an average physical profile, which limits his upside for the highest levels. Has the makings of a very good college point guard. Rumored to be heading to USF to play for Orlando Antigua, whose brother was one of the coaches for this team.

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