With MMT Estudiantes suffering the injury of both of its point guards, Jayson Granger has been given a chance to play with the first team in the ACB League. Coming from Uruguay, the son of an American basketball player, hes a 6-2 guard born in 1989. Relatively strong, physically mature, hes not a guy oozing with potential, but rather a complete and effective player given his age. Decently athletic, fairly quick, hes aggressive on the court, even incisive displaying nice ball-handling skills to attack his opponents. Showing decent court vision, he can find his teammates preferably off the dribble and in transition, but can also come up with solid passes from the perimeter in the set offense. Hes also solid with his jumper with range out to the three-point line and the ability to release his shot off the dribble, although he losses effectiveness in the process. Hes an active guy on defense, and probably enjoys already a mature enough body to battle with ACB guys. All in all, he doesnt really show any single great characteristic in his game, but hes a decent player. In his ACB debut, he had 10 points, 1 assist and 1 rebound in the loss against DKV Joventut.