H: 6' 7"|
W: 200 lbs
(24 Years Old)
Current: SF |
Hometown: Illes Balears, Spain
Considering the previous hype and what we had seen ourselves on tape, Tomas emerged as a mild disappointment, even if he still looks like a very talented player with excellent potential.
Standing 6-7, Tomas is right now an athletic small forward, with a high basketball IQ, a variety of skills, but no go-to move. In younger categories we were used to see him constantly putting the ball on the floor to attack his opponents and easily create offense for himself and his team. On the contrary, in L'Hospitalet we saw a timid player not very confident in his ball-handling skills. Struggling to get past his opponents, showing a very poor left hand, he rarely was the go-to player that his team needed him to be.
Tomas is neither a great shooter. Enjoying three-point range, he only shows some reliability from standstill positions. However, from the mid-range area his off-the-dribble shooting attempts gain significant effectiveness. However, his activity off the ball and his nose for making plays provided him with a good amount of points.
On defense his lateral mobility might be a question mark if he ever manages to become a shooting guard, which should be Joventut's objective in order to maximize his potential and, in case he can't adapt to the guard position, to work on his weaknesses.