DraftExpress NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Justise Winslow, Stats, Comparisons, and Outlook
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DraftExpress: Best PER at #fibaU19 so far Jahlil Okafor Aaron Gordon Marcus Smart Justise Winslow Nikola Milutinov Zhou Qi Jarnell Stokes Harrell
2013-07-04 08:53:31
DraftExpress: Huge offensive rebound and then a great drive to draw two free throws by Justise Winslow. Clutch plays from the 17 year-old. #fibaU19
2013-07-03 15:59:52
DraftExpress: Justise Winslow. RT @oCSquareDo Wait who's younger than Okafor on the US team? #fibaU19
2013-07-03 15:49:14
DraftExpress: Justise Winslow playing an important role in this game despite turning 17 a few months ago. Defense has been fantastic. 35-21 USA #fibau19
2013-07-03 14:59:23
DraftExpress: Elfrid Payton James Robinson Marcus Smart Jarnell Stokes Rasheed Sulaimon Mike Tobey Nigel Williams-Goss Justise Winslow still here
2013-06-16 14:48:00
Team: , HS Senior
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H: 6' 6"
W: 212 lbs
Bday: 03/26/1996
(18 Years Old)
Current: SF
Possible: SF
Pick: 7 in 2015 Mock Draft
High School: St. John
Hometown: Houston, TX

Predraft Measurements
YearSourceHeight w/o ShoesHeight w/shoesWeightWingspanStanding ReachBody FatNo Step VertMax Vert
2014Hoop SummitNA6' 6"2216' 10"8' 7"NANANA
2013USA Basketball6' 4.5"6' 5.5"2186' 9.5"8' 9"NANANA

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2014 Nike Hoop Summit: USA Measurements
April 12, 2014
Justise Winslow
Weight: 221 lbs.
Height (w/ shoes): 6'6"
Wingspan: 6'10"
Standing Reach: 8'7
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USA Basketball U19 World Championship Training Camp Report, Part Two
June 19, 2013
The youngest player on the roster, more than two years younger than seven of his teammates making the final cut, Justise Winslow started off the camp slowly, but eventually showed why he's such a highly sought after prospect.


Winslow doesn't look the part of someone who just turned 17 just a few months ago, as he sports a strong, mature frame that helps him significantly against the older players. The son of former NBA draft pick Rickie Winslow (who also played in Spain, France, Italy and Turkey), he is very mature off the court as well, carrying himself with confidence and humility, which easily allowed him to fit into the group.

Winslow is a physical, high energy wing player with an excellent feel for the game. He is extremely competitive defensively, but is a terrific passer on top of that, looking like a real team player, which undoubtedly helped his cause significantly in making this squad. He is very good in transition, and also a solid rebounder, even if his skill-level in the half-court, particularly his perimeter shooting ability, still needs a good amount of work.

It will be interesting to see how much Winslow is able to contribute on this squad after being arguably the most important player on the USA Basketball U17 World Championship squad last summer. He'll likely have to take somewhat of a back seat to the older players on the roster, but should be ready to step in and provide energy when called upon.
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High School Class of 2014: Elite Prospect Scouting Reports, Part One
September 27, 2012
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Recruiting Rankings: ESPN: #10, Scout: #15, Rivals: #9, 24/7: #7

-Chiseled frame
-Extremely athletic
-Consummate role-player. Terrific teammate
-Plays under control
-Intelligent passer
-Incredible competitor. Gives maximum effort on every play seemingly
-Defends every position on the floor. Great instincts for blocking shots
-Excellent rebounder on both ends of the floor
-Extremely serious. Very business-like attitude. Never changes his face. Not affected by the ups and downs of the game
-Shows some ability to create off the dribble
-Can make an open 3-pointer

-Skill-level still a work in progress. A little bit mechanical offensively
-Shooting mechanics need a lot of work. Shoots ball on the way down
-Ball-handling skills are unpolished
-Too reliant on using his strength, intensity and athleticism to just bully his way offensively

Outlook: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist esqe competitor. Shows a tremendous knack for shutting down the opposing team's best player. Played an instrumental role in USA Basketball winning the U-17 World Championship. Poised player with a terrific attitude. Will have to work hard to polish his offensive skill-level to round out the rest of his game.
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