DraftExpress NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Emmanuel Mudiay, Stats, Comparisons, and Outlook
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2013-09-01 10:37:03
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2013-06-02 18:59:07
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2013-04-05 14:37:33
Team: , HS Senior
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H: 6' 5"
W: 187 lbs
Bday: 03/05/1996
(18 Years Old)
Current: PG
NBA:   PG
Possible: PG
Pick: 3 in 2015 Mock Draft
High School: Prime Prep
Hometown: Kinshasa, Congo

Predraft Measurements
YearSourceHeight w/o ShoesHeight w/shoesWeightWingspanStanding ReachBody FatNo Step VertMax Vert
2014Hoop SummitNA6' 5"2006' 8.5"8' 4"NANANA
2013PG Skills AcadNA6' 5"1886' 7.5"NANANANA
2011LeBron James CampNA6' 4.5"1876' 7"NANANANA

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2014 Nike Hoop Summit Video Interview: Emmanuel Mudiay
April 12, 2014

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2014 Nike Hoop Summit: International Practice Day Three
April 9, 2014
Emmanuel Mudiay and Nikola Jokic were exceptional during the competitive portion of practice, guiding their team to a 44-41 victory. Mudiay, who had a couple of great moments running the pick and roll yesterday, did most of his damage in transition today, but continued to flash a knack for making plays in the two man game in the half court. Mudiay's decision making and consistency have left something to be desired at times throughout his career, but this was a very steady performance for the SMU commit, as he made sound decisions with the ball for the most part, and flashed the court vision and explosiveness that makes him one of the most intriguing prospects in the incoming freshman class early and often. He is certain to become a lockdown multi-positional defender under Larry Brown, and shows a great attitude in running this World Team unselfishly and playing with a team-first attitude. The next step in his progression will be to improve the consistency of his outside shot, but with the improvements he's showing in his mechanics, it's likely only a matter of time until that happens.
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2014 Nike Hoop Summit: International Measurements
April 8, 2014
Emmanuel Mudiay
Weight: 196 lbs.
Height (w/ shoes): 6'5"
Wingspan: 6'8.5"
Standing Reach: 8'4
Hand Width: 8.75
Hand Length: 8.5
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High School Class of 2014 Scouting Reports, Part One - the Guards
August 31, 2013
Jonathan Givony

Recruiting Rankings: 247: #1, ESPN: #5, Scout: #3, Rivals: #3

Strengths:
-Possesses phenomenal physical tools. Has great size for position to go along with a chiseled frame
-Excellent athlete
-Phenomenal in open court
-Strong ball-handler. Can get to the basket thanks to his powerful first step and excellent strength. Finishes with authority
-Draws tons of fouls. Gets to the free throw line at a great rate
-Can find open man. Likes to get others involved. Shows great flashes of court vision at times
-Has tremendous potential defensively
-Outstanding rebounder for position

Weaknesses
-Lacks polish offensively, as both a facilitator and scorer
-Limited outside shooter. Made just 6/41 3-point attempts in 13 Nike EYBL games this spring
-Needs to work on shooting mechanics. Shoots the ball on the way down. Needs time and space to get shot off
-Much better in open floor than half-court game. Playmaking, decision making still a work in progress. Not consistent with his approach. Plays in spurts at times. Has a tendency to overdribble. Doesn't always read the floor, particularly on the pick and roll. Sometimes forces issue unnecessarily. Relies too much on physical tools
-Extremely turnover prone. Ranked #1 in the EYBL in turnovers. AAU team lost more games than they won when he played

Outlook: Incredibly gifted athlete with terrific upside. Has quite a few holes in his game and needs plenty of work on his skill-level, but looks to be in a good place to improve at SMU under Larry Brown.
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Emmanuel Mudiay and Jabari Craig Video Interviews
August 1, 2013

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High School Class of 2014: Elite Prospect Scouting Reports, Part One
September 27, 2012
Jonathan Givony

Recruiting Rankings: ESPN: #6, Scout: #3, Rivals: #4, 24/7: #3

Strengths:
-Tremendous size for the point
-Huge frame. Long arms
-Excellent athlete
-Very good ball-handler
-Powerful driver and shot-creator. Turns the corner well, gets low to the ground
-Can finish around the rim. Excellent frame helps a lot
-Shooting mechanics aren't bad
-Not a selfish player. Comfortable creating for others. Very good on the drive and dish
-Great defensive potential with size and length

Weaknesses:
-Does not look like a very good shooter at this stage. Shoots ball on way down
-Takes bad shots at times
-Didn't always look very aggressive looking to score

Outlook: Extremely unique combination of size, length, athleticism and instincts at the point guard position. Needs to continue to round out offensive game, but is clearly making strides since the last time we saw him. Upside is significant.
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adidas Nations: The Best of the Rest
September 27, 2011
Jonathan Givony

One of the youngest players in attendance at this event, Emmanuel Mudiay (#5 Scout, #3 Rivals, #7 ESPN) nevertheless showed off intriguing physical tools and talent and is clearly a prospect to follow over the next few years.

Born in the Congo, Mudiay has excellent size at 6-3 or 6-4, with a long wingspan and a strong, well-developed frame. He's a very good athlete who excels primarily in transition right now thanks to his terrific speed. He has the tools to develop into an outstanding defender down the road, even if he has not yet figured out how to translate his athleticism to that end of the floor.

Despite his size and youth, Mudiay shows good instincts as a playmaker, looking willing to make the extra pass and throwing some very nice drive and dish passes to set up his teammates over the course of the week. He's a little careless with the ball and still needs to learn how to play at different speeds and improve his advanced ball-handling skills, but that's to be expected considering his age. His jumper also looks to be quite streaky at the moment.

Athletic guards in Mudiay's mold (think Iman Shumpert) who have the physical tools to defend both backcourt positions are all the rage these days, so it will be interesting to see how he develops his skill-level over the next few years.
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