Jaelin Llewellyn, 6-2 PG/SG, Toronto, 1999
-Explosive leaper, especially off of two feet. Won the BioSteel dunk contest. Can finish above the rim in transition.
-Quick first step. Able to change speeds and directions quickly. Glides with the ball. Very shifty. Has potential as a ball handler.
-Nice stroke with his feet set. Low release, fairly easy to contest, but gets good rotation and has nice touch.
-Good footwork on his pull up jumper. Able to create space off the bounce.
-More of a scorer at this stage but has potential as a playmaker.
-Quick feet on defense.
-Average size and length at 6' 2 with a 6' 4 wingspan. Frame has room to fill out but is very light at 166 pounds. Limits his defensive potential a bit.
-Still working to turn talent into production. Fairly raw offensively. Decision making and shot selection have room to improve. A bit too sped up offensively.
-Streaky shooter. Low release point. Very streaky when contested.
-Can add more craft around the rim. Could use a floater game. Fairly right-hand dominant.
-More of a scorer than a playmaker at this stage.
-A bit old for his class.
Outlook Explosive guard with some upside despite fairly average size and length. The 16-year-old Toronto native can get into the paint without a ball screen, should be able to make shots from the perimeter in time, and could develop into a capable playmaker as the game continues to slow down for him. Llewellyn needs quite a bit of polish on both ends of the floor, but his combination of explosiveness and developing skills make him a prospect to keep an eye on.