DraftExpress NBA Draft Prospect Profile: De'Aaron Fox, Stats, Comparisons, and Outlook
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De'Aaron Fox
Team: Houston Hoops, HS Junior
PhysicalsPositions Misc
H: 6' 4"
W: 160 lbs
Bday: 12/20/1997
(17 Years Old)
Current: PG
NBA:   PG
Possible: PG
High School: Cypress Lakes
Hometown: Katy, TX

Predraft Measurements
YearSourceHeight w/o ShoesHeight w/shoesWeightWingspanStanding ReachBody FatNo Step VertMax Vert
2015Nike Skills AcademyNA6' 4"1706' 6"NANANANA
2014USA Basketball6' 2"6' 3.25"1676' 7"8' 5"NANANA
2014Nike Skills AcademyNA6' 3.5"1646' 6"NANANANA
2014Nike Skills AcademyNA6' 3.5"1646' 6"NANANANA
2013USA BasketballNA6' 2.5"1666' 5.5"8' 4"NANANA
2013Nike Elite 1006' 2"NA1586' 4"NANANANA

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Nike Global Challenge Scouting Reports: Point Guards
July 21, 2015
De'Aaron Fox, 6-4, PG, Katy, Texas, 2016 High School Class

Analysis

The lighting quick point guard played only 21 minutes in the entire tournament after injuring his wrist in USA West's first game against Dominican Republic a less than stellar performance for Fox as he scored only seven points (3-of-11 shooting) and dished out two assists. But despite his struggles making jumpers from the perimeter and converting lightly contested shots around the rim, Fox's talent was still very evident.

The 6' 4 floor general showed all the makings of a lead guard, moving the ball ahead in transition, hitting the roll man in stride out of pick and roll, and breaking his man down with his elite quickness and advanced handle to eventually kick out to shooters or lob it up to bigs around the rim.

Fox finished with only two assists, but his vision, timing and unselfishness as a passer proved to be on another level compared to other lead guards at the tournament.

Fox also knocked down a pull up jumper in the lane and, although he struggled to convert, showed a willingness to use both hands around the rim comfortably.

Fox's most glaring weakness, however, reared its ugly head as defenders were able to go under screens or close out short due to the point guard's struggles making shots with range. He sports a fairly mechanical jumper that gets very limited rotation, and appears to be more comfortable shooting off the bounce than off the catch at this stage. For as good of a passer as he is, Fox does have a tendency to force up contested jumpers at times.

Defensively, Fox did a nice job playing at the top of USA West's zone and pressuring the ball to force turnovers, but he also does gamble a bit too often in the half court. Fox's injury and less than stellar game (from a scoring perspective) was a disappointing, but even in 31 minutes of ho-hum play, it's hard not to like Fox's size, elite speed, ball handling ability, court vision, and lateral quickness.
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adidas Nations Scouting Reports Part 1
August 10, 2014
Jonathan Givony

Recruiting Rankings: Scout #26, 24/7 #6, Rivals #86, ESPN #13

Strengths:
-Tremendous quickness.
-Gets from end to end in a blink.
-Draws fouls.
-Excellent in transition.
-Takes charges.
-Lefty.
-Very good defender.
-Moves feet very well.
-Put pressure on the ball.
-Great quickness.
-Very explosive.
-Plays above the rim.

Weaknesses:
-Limited scorer.
-Very thin legs.
-Average touch around the basket.
-Poor shot-selection.
-Too many off the dribble jumpers.
-Only plays at one speed.
skinny frame, legs.
-Not a good shooter at all.
-Decent mechanics but poor touch.
-Ugly looking floaters from 15 feet.
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