One of the more complete and fundamentally sound players seen at this event, you can tell right off the bat that Jordan Burger is another in a long line of Spanish school basketball players.
Smart but not particularly athletic, Burger likes to operate on the perimeter and has the skill set to do so effectively. He has a nice first step and is not bashful about going out and creating his own shot. He showed good timing in attacking his man off the dribble. Burger is capable of changing speeds easily, getting to the basket more so with his smarts than his explosiveness. He always dribbles the ball with his head up, which means he can find the open man off the bounce and has no problem operating within a team setting. He's a competitive guy who plays hard on defense and has the tools to get the job done with his nice length, size and frame. He didn't show much in the way of a jump shot and probably needs to improve his mid-range game to continue to be effective as a slasher at the pro level considering his average athleticism.
Despite his young age, Burger looks like a pretty safe bet to have a long and productive professional career, especially if he continues to develop his all-around game.